Kathleen Lights X Colour Pop

Tuesday, May 05, 2015

I got some new goodies from Colour Pop so figured i'd combine them into one tiny tutorial.
Let me know what you think of these mini videos.

Products used:

  • Kathleen Lights "Where The Light Is" quad from Colour Pop
  • Zoeva 142 Concealer Buffer Brush
  • OCC #12 Large Blending Brush
  • Zoeva 223 Petit Eye Blender Brush
  • Random Synthetic Concealer/ Detailer Brush
  • Sybil Cosmetic Coloring Pencil from OCC
  • Zoeva 226 Smudger Brush
  • Charlotte Tilbury Full Fat Lash Mascara
  • Sonia Kashuk Brightening Kajal
  • Wipsy lashes which i think are Kiss brand
  • Georgie Beauty Lash Glue
  • Anastasia Beverly Hills Tweezers
  • Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara
  • Colour Pop Lip Liner in Tootsi
  • Colour Pop Lippie Stix in Tootsi

Super Shock Shadow Thoughts
  • These shadows perform better when used with synthetic brushes meant for cream products or your fingers. Denser brushes are your friends with these.
  • The texture of the shadows is almost spongey to the touch and has some bounce to it, sort of like a mousse/powder hybrid. Not like any shadows i've used before.
  • I think using a SSS all over the lid first makes it easier to blend others out in specific areas like the crease or inner corner.
  • They're long-wearing and blend seamlessly.
  • The color range in this foursome is beautiful and definitely all are colors i'd pick separately, too.
  • "Glow" is a beautiful matte highlight color for anyone from very fair to medium/tan. Anyone with skin tones darker than that might find it appears a little ashy but i haven't tried it on anyone but myself so can't say for sure.
  • "Cornelious" is super rich and dreamy and blends out for the perfect transition/crease color. You could also smudge this all over the lid for a natural shadow look.
  • "Blaze" is a deep, almost green toned gold with fine, yellow-gold flecks throughout. I find it similar to Colour Pop's "Amira". This is a very "me" color- i love it!
  • "Kathleenlights" is an orangey bronze thats a little more metallic through out rather than the shimmer of "Blaze"... this is great as an accent color or all over the lid for the ultimate goddess glow.


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