Colourpop Super Shock Shadow in Porter

Colourpop Super Shock Shadow


I love Colourpop shadows, mostly because of the weird, hard to describe texture that makes them so unique. The downside to the formula is I always have some trouble using regular powder shadows with them, but they are so cheap and the range is so wide I don’t have problems finding the right color. To use these, I suggest using a synthetic brush both for applying and blending. Honestly though, the best way to get the most color payoff is to pat them directly onto the lid with your finger. I have quite a few of these shadows, and I am hoping to review all of them over the course of the next few weeks. Here is my first post!



“warm burgundy with multi-dimensional gold glitter on top in a metallic finish”

This shade is part of the Kathleen Lights “Where The Night Is” collaboration, which is obviously why I bought it. It is such a stunning, vibrant red, and I have nothing quite like it in my current collection. I love using this on the outer half of my lid paired with a dark brown smoked out liner and a cool toned lip. My favorite eye primer to use with these shadows is the MAC Prep + Prime 24-Hour Extended Eye Base, I find it makes the colors stay vibrant and crease free all day or night!



The best part about Colourpop shadows are the price! For the pigmentation and the quality, you really cannot ask for a better price tag. Colourpop often has coupon codes and deals, so your inexpensive order can usually be reduced down even more!

Product Amount

0.05 oz

This may seem small, but a tiny bit goes a long way with these shadows, and when you do hit pan and run out, it only costs 5 bucks to replace!

Let me know your favorite Colourpop shadows, and which ones I should pick up next!

Glowingly yours,


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