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ColourPop and Disney collaborated yet again for a Frozen II Collection, which included two 9-pan palettes named after each of the sisters: Anna and Elsa. Each palette costs $15, includes a mirror and comes in a cardboard packaging. I love Disney, and recently saw Frozen II (see The Pop Culture Download #18 for my thoughts on the movie). I’ve been listening to several of the songs on repeat since seeing the movie. So, even though I swore I wasn’t going to buy anymore palettes… I couldn’t stop myself. I had to get these.
The Anna Palette is the warm-toned palette of this collection with matte, metallic, and Pressed Glitter finishes. Shades included in this palette:
- Scooch In: white gold with a pink flip
- Wind: warm yellow brown
- Earth: true yellow gold
- Adventure: red plum
- Arendelle: gold glitter with flecks of copper
- Autumn Breeze: deep mulberry
- Warm Hugs: dusty mauve with gold flecks
- Fearless: deep terracotta
- Charades: deep red brown
The Elsa Palette is the cool-toned palette with bold yet icy shades with a mixture of matte, metallic, and Pressed Glitter finishes. Shades included in this palette:
- Cuddle Close: white with a pinky opal flip
- Fire: pinky mauve
- Northern Lights: pinky purple with a vibrant minty flip
- Gale: warm lavender with an icy flip
- Flurry: opal with multidimensional glitter
- Water: dusty periwinkles
- Awakened: deep purple berry
- Ice Crystals: true silver
- Spindrift: deepened wine
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE ANNA AND ELSA SHADOW PALETTES? OR WHICH COLOR STORY CALLS TO YOU?
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