Colourpop x Powerpuff Girls Makeup Collection

 Colourpop keep understanding the assignment with these collaborations! A lot of beauty and lifestyle brands have been launching collections with iconic pop culture moments from the 90s but Colourpop is the brand that keeps getting it completely correct and doesn't miss the mark!Colourpop x Powerpuff Girls Makeup CollectionPhoto Credit:

The Powerpuff Girls collection from Colourpop is one of the bigger collaborations from the brand and I can't get enough! There seems to be a little bit of everything included and not just make up products. As always with Colourpop collabs, you can buy all of the product individually or in bundles. There are quite a few different bundles available too. I love that they went for a light sky blue colour for the collection for the most part as it is one of my favourite colours! The full collection bundle retails for $115 with a value for $142. 

First up in the collection is the powerpuff girls shadow palette and it retails for $22. It has a mixture of matte and metallic shades and you get a couple of neutral shades and stunning pops of colour to be able to create some fun summer eye looks. You get 12 eyeshadows and I do love the Colourpop formula! This palette is 100% Vegan! Also for the eyes are the colour stix. There are three in the collection and they retail for $7 each. The shades available are Princess Morbucks, a metallic sky blue, Him, a metallic raspberry and Mojo Jojo which is a metallic chartreuse. 

I love lip products so I was excited to see two different kinds included. First up are the roller glosses that retail for $24 for the trio. These are going to give the lips a tonne of shine and moisture without leaving any stickiness. There are three different flavours and I want them all! They are watermelon, blue raspberry tang and green apple flavoured. Don't they sound delicious?! Then there are two lip masks and like the roller glosses, they sound good enough to eat. The two flavours are Sugar and Spice (vanilla chai) and Everything Nice (funfetti cake).

The final makeup products in the collection are two pressed powder blushes which retail for $12 each. The shade Fighting Crime is a bright matte fuchsia and Saving the World is a matte bright peach. I think the blushes are one of the only products I haven't tried from the brand yet!

There are also hair clips in the collection which I think are really fun! There are a set of hair clips for Bubbles, Blossom and Buttercup, each in their signature colour. These retail for $5 each. And the last product in the collection is the Drama Bomb. This is from the Sol brand and it's a bubble bath bar, it retails for $9 and is scented with a blend of cherry blossom and fresh watermelon. 

You can find the full collection here

Colourpop is a cruelty-free brand. 



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