Blogmas Day 8: Disney Midnight Masquerade By ColourPop Palette Review

 

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The Disney Midnight Masquerade by ColourPop has been out for a while now, but it’s new to me! I purchased this palette from the ColourPop site for $22. Great price for 15 shades. What drew me to this palette was the variety of matte, metallic, and 2 glitter options. The fact that it’s Disney may have swayed my purchase as well.

 

colors

There are some great transition colors, and good balance of colors that can work with cool or warm tones. The shimmer/metallic shades are super smooth and pigmented. The mattes are smooth, buildable, and easy to work with. Very typical for ColourPop shadows. I never feel intimidated when I pick up ColourPop palette.  A quick list of shades from the ColourPop site:

Spinning Wheel: opal with a pinky flip
Damsel: dusty rose
Pip: peachy nude
Enchanted: warm coral
Mama Odie: soft peach with a green flip with a duo chrome flip
Djali: soft copper with a pink flip with a duo chrome flip
Floating Lantern: rosey copper with lavender glitter
Mrs. Potts: antique yellow gold
royal ball: white gold with multidimensional glitter
Frog & Wife: hunter green
Nutmeg: a true terracotta
New Dream: warm dusty violet
Gaston: a true crimson
Quasimodo: muted deep brown
Merryweather: deep navy blue

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My first attempt at using this palette was quick and easy. I had no fallout, maybe just a little kick-up in the pan. I used just a few brushes and my finger to pack on glitter. Blending Brush, packing brush, and a under eye brush to smoke out/smudge the under eye.

instructions

I used ColourPop Matte Full Coverage Concealer $6.50 for eye primer and The ColourPop BFF Mascara $8 in the color Black on Black.

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I will definitely be reaching for the palette more, So easy to use, and good color choices. I like when you can do a full eye look with ONE palette. Good base colors, good transition, good crease chase, some inner corner options, and of course a few glitter choices.

-Lindsay

 

 

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