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Maybe you’re tired of neutral palettes, but I am not and I never will be. I will own them all (high-quality ones, anyway lol). Colourpop is known for bright, colorful makeup. But DAMN they do neutrals so good.
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The brand describes the Colourpop Wild Nothing Eyeshadow Palette as your “everyday go-to” to get that “perfect natural look.”
Shades include: Crystal Cove (matte warm ivory with pinpoints of silver and gold pearl), Salton (white gold with pinpoints of gold and silver pearl), Coastline (metallic icy tangerine), Top Down (matte peach), Morningside (matte muted peach), Seashells (metallic icy moss with pinpoints of silver pearl), Alcove (metallic icy orange with pinpoints of silver and pink pearl), Spirited (warm taupe with pinpoints of silver and gold pearl), Vagabond (matte warm saddle brown), Hot Springs (soft matte berry with pinpoints of silver and gold pearl), Come Together (mid-tone matte brown), and No Bounds (blackened matte brown).
Like I said at the beginning of this post, I do love a top-notch neutral palette and the Colourpop Wild Nothing Eyeshadow Palette is no exception. Each shade had excellent pigment, applied and wore well over primer + blended like a dream. The only shade I urge you to take extra caution with is Hot Springs, as the glitter fallout is STRONG (particularly if you use it all over your lid) and not easy to brush away.
Below the Colourpop Wild Nothing Eyeshadow Palette is swatched below dry and on bare skin (no primers). The photo was taken outside, in natural sunlight. Top to bottom: Wayfarer, On the Horizon, and Crossroads.