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Perfect Fall Palette | ColourPop Good Sport Pressed Powder Palette Review & Swatches

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Fall is finally upon us and honestly in my collection I don’t have a lot of palettes I would classify as a fall palette. I mean Urban Decay Heat or Tarte Tarlette Toasted palette might be close, but this new palette from ColourPop called Good Sport is amazing for the fall months! You have almost all of the colors of leaves as they change in the fall. Including green from just before they change.

ColourPop describes this 12-pan palette as the perfect mixture of smoky neutrals and rich jewel tones perfect for transiting into the fall. With a healthy mixture of Ultra-Metallic, Matte, and Ultra-Glitter finishes. The palette costs $16 with 0.85g (0.03oz) of product per pan, which is typical of a ColourPop palette.

Shade Descriptions & Swatches

  • Wild Out: metallic warm champagne
  • Hooky: matte rich terracotta
  • Rookie: burnt orange with blue glitter
  • Sista: matte vibrant violet
  • Licious: metallic yellow gold
  • High Hopes: matte peachy saddle brown
  • Reckless: matte rich maroon
  • Trooper: matte marigold
  • Hooked: metallic icy moss
  • Trophies: matte dusty purple
  • Ebb: vibrant metallic olive
  • Flow: matte blackened olive brown

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Overall Thoughts

Rookie is such a gorgeous shade and reminds me of a warm version of Glass Bull, which is one of my all time favorite individual eyeshadows from ColourPop. And the mattes perform like the other mattes from ColourPop in the past, the one except is Reckless as it’s a little more dusty. But I didn’t experience any issues blending this shadow on my eyes or had fall out from it. Just kick back in the pan itself.

And while this is a fall palette, I do believe this is palette could be worn at any time of the year. Plus the color story is super unique to other palettes that I have. Some are really things I do have something similar already, but a lot are completely brand new to my collection. So this palette gets a massive thumbs up from me. And I’m not just saying that because I love ColourPop, I seriously enjoy the palette.

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Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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