Colourpop Fantasy Super Shock Pressed Pigments Review

How is the Covid Situation in all your places? Here the stay home notice has been eased and my little one has started getting back to school although with a mask on , full time except meal time. She is adjusting well to the new norm and we parents also have to wear mask while dropping & picking them up.

Since masks have become the new normal, why not use this time to make the best of our eye makeup skills & make our eyes pop? Sounds good right ? So here comes Colourpop Super Shock Pressed Pigment in the shade Fantasy.

Colourpop Super shock Pigments
Colourpop Super Shock Pressed Pigment in Fantasy

Brand Claims : 

For maximum coverage: Use fingertip and tap onto skin. A synthetic brush will also work well for more precise placement, however, finger application will have the most intense pigment lay-down. To blend: Use a fluffy brush that has good movement, dip tip of the brush into the pressed pigment and blend. This will make your color softer and more diffused (like a total pro). When finished: Close that sucker up tight! Don’t leave the jar opened for long periods of time, you may lose some of the magic that makes the Super Shock Pressed Pigments so amazing. *Not intended for use in the immediate eye area.

My Review of the Colourpop Fantasy Super Shock Pressed Pigments :

The pigment comes in this small tub packaging in a pressed form as opposed to the loose pigments which is very tough to work with. At least from a Makeup Artist's perspective ,loose pigments are super messy and it spoils my whole vanity at times if I don't have time to pack them neatly after an assignment. The pressed packaging is a win win for me and gets 100 out of 100 in that aspect.

The texture is quite smooth for a pigment and fingers always work best with pigments. If you have a good pigment primer , you can layer it and then use a synthetic flat brush to pick up the pigment and layer it on top of the primer. Else the good old wet brush would work well too.

Talking about the shade, it is a beautiful lilac, fuchsia pink shade which will work well with any skintone. The stay time is close to 4 to 5 hours without a primer and with a primer it can last upto 7 hours without smudging. The only con I find in the product is the that the transfer capability from finger to eyes or brush to eyes is a little less and the colour appears darker on the tub than the eyes. The price point is quite convincing at about 9 SGD.

I would rate it a 4/5 , -1 for the pigmentation.

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Colourpop Fantasy Pressed Pigments

Colourpop Fantasy Super Shock Pressed Pigments

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