Hello my angels!
I hope you all are having a lovely week 🙂
Today I have a review on the Colourpop Yes, Please! palette. This palette contains 12 beautiful warm shades…
- Full – Zip: Matte Warm Ivory
- Big Cocktails: Matte Orange
- Champs: Matte Pale Peachy Nude
- Bling: Metallic Rust
- Louie: Metallic Duo Chrome Red With A Gold Flip
- Butter Cake: Metallic Pale Yellow Gold
- Spoiled: Matte Brick Red
- GNO: Matte Burnt Orange
- Mischief: Matte Warm Yellow
- Note To Self: Matte Warm Caramel
- Chauffeur: Metallic Duo Chrome Bright Orange With Gold Flip
- French Kiss: Matte Medium Chocolate Brown
I purchased this palette a couple of months ago, and I find myself constantly reaching for it more than any other of the expensive palettes in my collection. I love warm shades and the Yes Please palette offers a wide range of those shades.
The eyeshadows are very pigmented and buttery soft. They apply smoothly and blend effortlessly. I do however , find that the shade chauffeur has a dryer texture as compared to the other shades, but still applies well and is very pigmented.
Another reason why I have such a strong affinity for this palette is that it contains a dark matte shade. I find it necessary that palettes have at least one dark matte shade to anchor the looks you create and add versatility to the palette.
The only negative criticism that I have with this palette is that it doesn’t have a mirror, and the names of the colours are on the back of the palette which makes it a little difficult when reviewing but that’s just if I’m being picky. Besides that, I love it and I’d probably purchase a backup.
This palette retails for $16 on the Colourpop website, which is approximately R210.00(at the time of this post) which I think is super affordable for a top quality 12 pan palette, and it’s a lot cheaper than what I paid for mine which was a total of R490 including shipping via a third party seller.
You can purchase the Yes, Please! palette by using the following link…
EOTD Step by step:
- Picking up shade 1 with a fluffy brush I blended it into my crease and just above it.
- Then taking shades 2 and 3 I blended it into my crease using windshield wiper like motions.
- Taking shade 4, I patted it on the outer third of my eyelid and wedged it into the crease, creating a slight outer-v shape.
- I then took shade 5 and patted it on the inner third of my eye overlapping a little of shade 4, almost like a half cut crease. I used a setting spray on a flat eyeshadow brush to intensify the colour and add a more foiled look.
- Taking shade 4 on a pencil brush, I blended that on my lower lash line for a more smoky appearance.
- To finish off, I popped the shade 6 on the inner corners of my eyes, added an eyeliner and then mascara.
I hope you found this review and EOTD informative. Let me know if you tried the palette and if you liked it 🙂
Have a fantastic week 😉