The package itself is impressive. The eyeshadows are in a round cardboard box that is in a sleeve, both very sturdy. My only problem is that the padding is glued in so tight that I can't remove it, so I can't re-use the pretty box.
The set consists of six shadows with different finishes.
|Desert Super Shock eyeshadow|
|Babykins Super Shock eyshadow|
|Peekaboo Super Shock eyeshadow|
|Thirsty Girl Super Shock eyeshadow|
|Patchwork Super Shock eyeshadow|
|Fairfax Super Shock eyeshadow|
|Fairfax is a matte dark brown. When I went through my stash I noticed that I actually own this one already ;D It's just my type, dark, red based browns work very well with my light green-grey eyes.|
|Babykins is a new shade. It's a metallic dark pink, a very "me" shade.|
|Desert is a satin beige-y with pink undertones. It's a bit too orange on my skin tone, but a lovely shade otherwise.|
|Patchwork looks gorgeous. It's a teal shade with multicoloured glitter and a neat shift effect. The base is dark, so depending on the light, the shadow on skin shows the glitter or the dark base shade, which leans towards plum.|
|Babykins, Fairfax and Desert|
|Thirsty Girl, Peekaboo, Patchwork and Babykins again.|
ColourPop offers affordable international shipping nowadays, so finally their lippies and eyeshadows are available to use nordics without fiddling with shipping services! I have another order coming is, as I really wanted to try their rose gold eyeshadow Weenie. The holiday sets are now discounted, so you might do great finds. Some have already sold out, but all of the eyeshadows reviewed here are still available as singles.