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Disney x ColourPop It’s a Princess Thing Pressed Powder Palette Review & Swatches

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ColourPop’s latest collaboration is with Disney for a designer collection inspired by the princesses. It included three glosses, six lipsticks, two super shock highlighters, six super stock shadows, and an eyeshadow palette. This collection is limited edition. And though I love the look of the other products, I wouldn’t use them so I only got the eyeshadow palette which includes 15 soft romantic, neutral shades for $20 each with 0.035 oz of product.

I freaking love Disney, I have seen almost all of the movies at least five times if not more. My all time favorite princess is Rapunzel, because she’s me. But she’s not included in this collection instead we have Ariel, Cinderella, Snow White, Belle, Jasmine, and Tiana. Yes, when you think of these princesses you think of specific colors. Ariel is pink (dress) or red (hair), Cinderella is a powder blue almost white, Snow White is a royal blue (dress) or red (lips or poisonous apple), Belle is yellow, Jasmine is teal, and Tiana is lime green. So you would think this palette initially would be colorful. But no, it’s neutral because that’s what all of their makeup is. No princess had colorful eyeshadow, they were all neutral tones which is why this palette is perfect for them. Exception being Elsa who had purple eyeshadow, but she’s a Queen not a Princess.

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Shade Description & Swatches

  • Chip: matte soft beige nude
  • Juju: matte warm rosy pink
  • Grumpy: matte dusty salmon
  • Triton: sand with a golden sheen
  • Abu: matte intense warm brown
  • Prince Charming: ivory pearl with a green duochrome
  • Ray: metallic champagne
  • Fairy Godmother: metallic bright coral
  • One Kiss?: metallic bright coppery gold
  • Thingamabob: vibrant metallic silver
  • Enchanted Rose: rich metallic rose
  • Poison Apple: metallic pinky violet
  • Magic Carpet: blackened plum
  • Beast: deep warm brown topped with gold glitter
  • Midnight Curfew: black sprinkled with silver glitter

I love how all of the shades in this palette are after various things from the different movies each of the princesses on the palette are from. Plus can we mention how gorgeous princesses on the palette are. I love the re-imaging of the princesses in modern clothes or high fashion. And I love the little love mark of their signatures on the inside of the palette (though a mirror would’ve been nice) and on the gold box the palette comes in. I normally don’t pay much attention to the packaging of palettes, but this one really just catches my eye. Maybe because I’m a massive Disney fan especially of the princess movies.

While this is a natural palette, I do love that there is a bit of variety in the shadows. I do wish their was a dark shade that didn’t have glitter mixed in with it or it wasn’t a metallic/satin shadow. But if you blend them out a bunch, you don’t notice the glitter as much. The shadows in the Colourpop x Disney Designer Collection Palette is the typical formula, which I really love. It’s easy to blend and apply. Plus there are a bunch of looks that you can make out of this palette. Plus as I mentioned, it’s a wonderful palette to get that perfect princess look.

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Mae Polzine

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