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Sunset on the Water Makeup Using the ColourPop Chasing Rainbows Palette

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Instead of doing a review of the ColourPop Chasing Rainbows Pressed Powder Palette, I decided just to share this makeup tutorial. I’m not going to go into details in writing so watch the video if you want the steps I took to create this look. The shades used in this palette were: Woke, Wish List, Keep Cool, Bring it, Manifest It, On One, Lucid, Not Playing, So Meta, and Blurred Lines. Which is all but five of the shadows in the palette. And this lasted all day long with little to no wear like more ColourPop palettes. I do think the shade Blurred Lines is a little chunky but that’s due to the glitter/metallic pigment used to create this shadow.

Also thank you Alwaysceia for naming this look. I was struggling on what to call it. Was half tempted to call it sunset halo but that didn’t seem right as “Sunset on the Water”.

Love ya,

Mae Polzine

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4 Comments

  1. January 7, 2019 / 12:36 AM

    I’m so glad you liked the name! This look is really pretty. The yellow looked much better after you muted it with that lighter shade. I think it can be hard to make looks with super colourful palettes like this that don’t have a whole lot of traditional highlight & transition shades. Mine still hasn’t arrived yet but I’m already feeling daunted by the colour story!

    • Mae Polzine
      Author
      January 7, 2019 / 7:08 AM

      Totally understand what you mean. But there are a lot of different ways to pair the shadows but some of them used over top the others transform them to make it more workable.
      ♥ Mae

  2. January 7, 2019 / 1:56 AM

    Your shadow looks absolutely amazing! I find it so hard to play with bright colours, you did an amazing job!
    Abigail Alice x

    • Mae Polzine
      Author
      January 7, 2019 / 7:11 AM

      Thank you so much!
      ♥ Mae

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