Simple makeup makes up looks as natural as you can imagine, says UK cosmetics brand, ColourPop.
A couple of weeks ago, ColourPops founder and CEO Laura O’Brien and I were in London for the launch of a limited edition range called the ColourPop Complete Collection.
It was a day of beauty products in which we met with ColourPop’s head of product and innovation, Lauren Matson, who said that she was very excited to be a part of this collection.
Laura and I got a sneak peek at the range, and I can’t wait to see how this collection turns out!
A quick trip to the ColourPows Beauty Shop in New York’s Greenwich Village, where I saw ColourPop cosmetics products in-person, confirmed that this is a great brand to shop at.
The range includes some really unique and interesting looking products, but the highlight is the simple-looking makeup looks, which are easy to use and easy to apply.
The beauty products range includes products that are very simple to apply, so the product is not too heavy on the eyes or nose, or over-pigmented, but not too dark, either.
For example, the Colour Pop Complete Collection contains a primer with a little goop, which is the perfect primer for a morning or evening look.
A quick look at the colour palette of the ColourPeach Collection Source: ColourPop UKBeautyShop.com The beauty products are pretty much in the same basic palette as the Colourpop Collection, with a couple of variations: ColourPoppers makeup is a bit lighter in colour and more matte than the Colourpow Classic Collection, and there are also two different colour mattes, the Classic and the Limited.
These mattes are available in a range of shades, ranging from the bright pink of the Classic to the muted yellow of the Limited to the matte white of the Premium Collection.
It’s clear that the ColourPerce products are meant to be used in the day-to-day.
ColourPerces makeup is very versatile, with the colours changing from light and shimmery to a sheer and matte finish.
I was especially impressed with the shade of the pinky pink, which I think looks great with the colour of the lipstick and blush.
I was really impressed with ColourPerCE’s makeup brushes, which include a large size brush that you can pick up and carry around with you.
The brushes have a pretty unique shape, with four blades and four tips.
The brush is also very lightweight, with one of the blades attached to a little cable.
The cable is also made of plastic, which makes it very comfortable to carry around and it looks like it will last forever.
You can pick the colour palettes from the collection up for £17.99, which sounds expensive, but it is actually cheap for a range like this.
It’s actually really easy to buy the colours, as the range is available online, and it’s pretty much like buying a lipstick, and you can even pick up a shade to use with it.
For example, I picked up a pink shade from the Limited, and when I applied it, I noticed that the blush had the colour applied to it.
It has a really nice sheen to it, which made me think that it would work well for a cheek stain.
The Limited is also a shade I’m very fond of, and the colour is definitely a good choice for a blush.
ColourPowers Limited Pressed Powder, Aromatherapy Powder, and Aqua Lipstick Powder A few of the products are really nice, but some of them have a more subtle colour.
There are also some shades that are more shimmery, which adds to the illusion that the products don’t have too much shimmer.
You can find ColourPow products at ColourPop Shop in London.
Laura O’Briens ColourPop Beauty Shop London The range is sold out for now, but we will have more information on how the range will work once it has been launched. ColourPow £17.00