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When it comes to Disney, I can’t help myself I have to have it. I have seen almost every Disney movie at least five times. And can break out into any song at the sheer mention of a line. So, when ColourPop announced the Midnight Masquerade collection with Disney (their third collaboration) I wanted it in the worst way. My sister ended up surprising me by getting me the entire collection not just part of it as my Christmas present. Yes, several months early but you know what I’m in love!
Lux Liquid Lip
This is a new formula from ColourPop that’s supposed to be a plush, velvet liquid lipstick with medium buildable coverage. So, it’s in between the Ultra Blotted Lip and the Ultra Satin Lip formulas. These apparently are made with pomegranate, goji fruit, and grape seed extract to nourish lips. Each have 0.17 oz (4.75 g) of product for $8. The shades that were launched for this collection are named after the significant other of each of the princesses:
- Flynn: Rose plum lipstick.
- Prince Phillip: Pink red lipstick.
- Wonderboy: Rich berry lipstick.
- Prince Edward: Coral pink lipstick.
- Beast: Mid-tone pink nude lipstick.
- Phoebus: Deep raspberry lipstick.
- Prince Naveen: Burnt orange lipstick.
- Prince Charming: True pink lipstick.
Pressed Powder Blush
I love ColourPop pressed powder blushes these are typically the first ones that I reach for when I’m getting ready or doing a creative look that involves some type of blush. I love that this collection has a custom design and the compacts come with a small mirror. These blushes have a net weight of 7.5 g (0.26 oz) of product and costs $10. The shades included in this collection are:
- Floating Lights: Cool-toned pink blush.
- Enchanted Mirror: A warm pink blush.
- Court of Miracles: A pink coral blush with a soft gold sheen.
- Kissin’ a Frog: A rose terracotta blush.
Pressed Powder Highlighter
This collection comes with four pressed powder highlighters. This formula gives you a lot of shine and is buttery-soft, which I love. Each of these compacts are the same as the blush in that it has a unique shape with a mirror on the inside and contains 8.0 g (0.28 oz) of product for $10. The shades included are:
- Coronation: Champagne pearl highlighter.
- Big Touch Girl: Pale lavender with pink duo-chrome.
- Andalasia: Icy peach highlighter.
- Horse & Carriage: Champagne pearl highlighter.
Midnight Masquerade Palette
This palette comes with the same unique shape of the rest of the collection but does not include a mirror. Compared to the previous collections Disney has done with ColourPop this palette falls in between the two and can be used with those to create a variety of looks. The Midnight Masquerade palette has 15 shades for $22 with three formulas: pressed shadow (12 x 0.90 g (0.03 oz)), pressed pigment (1 x 0.90 g (0.03 oz)), and pressed glitter (2 x 0.90 g (0.03 oz)). Shade descriptions:
- 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
I have not played with these products too much yet so I’m holding off on my opinions on the products, but the artwork is gorgeous that is featured on the products. I love how they have gone all out with the designer aspect. It’s definitely something a collector would love, but practically for the makeup lover/wearer. The palette like the first one in the collection is pretty safe so that way anyone could find use for it though there are a few pops of colors. I’m not a massive fan of pressed glitter, so personally I wish those had been metallics. Especially since one of them is the Tangled shade called Floating Lantern and the shade otherwise is so gorgeous.
Anyways, that’s the last ColourPop product I’m getting for the next six months though I might get some more brow product if mine runs low. But overall, I’m cutting myself off as I need to seriously stop getting everything that releases. It’s too much and I haven’t gotten enough use out of what I already have in my collection.
WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THE DISNEY MIDNIGHT MASQUERADE COLLECTION FROM COLOURPOP?
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