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ColourPop Fame & Fortune Palette Review & Swatches

ColourPop Fame and Fortune Palettes.jpgFame and Fortune palettes are sister palettes with very similar packaging designs of a carnival that starts on one and finishes on the other. Which is a great idea since these go hand in hand together. Fame for those who prefer the cool tones and fortune for those who love to live on the warm side of things. Each palette contains 16 shades with 1.0 g or 0.035 oz of product per pan and cost $22 per palette. There is a perfect mix of matte, metallic, and satin shadows in each palette as well.

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I have reviewed many ColourPop eyeshadow palettes in the past as I love their shadows. They are typically highly pigmented, apply evenly and feel ultra velvety or silky. Plus they are long wearing and easy to blend. If I could only choose one brand to get eyeshadow palettes from for the rest of time, I would have to go with ColourPop unless something drastically changes.

Fortune Eyeshadow Palette

ColourPop Fortune Palettes

Palette Description

What does your future hold? We see 16 brand new shadows in rich berries and warm rustic shades in a range of metallic, satin, and matte finishes. Pigmented colour that lasts all day and a velvety soft formula that’s easy to blend. Create endless looks from gorgeous daytime glam to sunset inspired smokey eyes. It’s easy to make it rain when you look this good.

Shade Description

  • C.R.E.A.M.: satin warm beige
  • Ben: matte pastel peach
  • Mo Problems: matte camel
  • Oracle: satin peach rosé
  • Stacks: metallic copper
  • Racks: metallic rosy rust
  • Wiser: matte bright salmon
  • Miser: terracotta with blue-green duochrome
  • Nouveau: metallic light bronze
  • Riche: matte true red orange
  • 500: matte rustic berry red
  • Trove: matte bright raspberry
  • Money Trees: metallic deep bronze with purple flecks
  • Fortunate: matte brick red
  • Jackpot: metallic red violet
  • Strike It: matte blackened plum

Swatches of Fortune Palette

ColourPop Fortune Palette Swatch

Fame Eyeshadow Palette

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Palette Description

One of our most requested palettes of all time! You’ll be ‘Mrs. Lifestyles of the rich and famous’, in our first ever cool toned eyeshadow palette. We’re bringing you 16 all new cool-toned taupes, plums, and mauves in a range of metallic, satin, and matte finishes. This is the ultimate cool tone essentials palette that can create romantic daytime to smokey, sultry dramatic looks.

Shade Description

  • Center Stage: soft matte cream
  • Extravaganza: metallic cool champagne
  • Show Boat: satin icy pink cream
  • Delirium: soft matte beige
  • The Most: metallic icy rose
  • Razzle: matte rosy taupe
  • Dazzle: metallic iced taupe
  • Stardom: matte mauve
  • Celeb: matte soft lilac
  • Debutante: metallic silvery lilac
  • Clubhouse: matte greige plum
  • Privy: metallic silvery taupe
  • Posh: metallic smokey pinky plum
  • Blasé: matte gunmetal
  • Piece of Me: satin deep amethyst
  • Lifestyle: matte smoked aubergine

Swatches of Fame Palette

ColourPop Fame Palette Swatch

Final Thoughts

Overall, these palettes perform on par with all of their others and I love it. I do wish they would put mirrors into their palettes so you could use it on the go rather than having to bring one along. Fame is more of a neutral to cool tone palette as compared to a completely cool tone palette, which I liked but I know those into cool tones would love more cool tone colors with perhaps a few pops of colors like fortune did. Like blue or green tones rather than just taupe, plum, lilac, and biege. However, having those tones don’t really play into the scheme so I get why they didn’t include them.

I had a fun idea since these palettes do have the same layout and number of shadows, that instead of doing one look per palette or mixing the two together that I would use the same shadow position from each palette on opposite eyes with the same placement to create a look… I’m not really sure how to describe that any better, if you would like to see what I mean check out my YouTube video on this!

Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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