I’m not the first one to say it, and I definitely won’t be the last – ColourPop better hit me with that active elixir they use. I swear, the brand NEVER sleeps. And here I am, drowning in their onslaught of back-to-back launches. Whether it was their birthday month collection a few days ago, or their new palette, sister doesn’t look like she’s going to take a breather.

But ColourPop deserves to get credit for one thing – they listen to their customers. The watermelon themed collection was because everybody wanted a red palette. And after a while of people demanding something blue, they’ve got one.


Meet the latest palette to take the scene, Blue Moon. With 5 matte shadows and 4 metallics in every shade of blue under the sun! Make a splash this summer with an all-out blue look, or wear it as a pop of colour – she is versatile, baby!

ColourPop Blue Moon
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  • Lumi: metallic iridescent icy blue
  • Da Ba Dee: matte lapis blue
  • Moonlite: matte baby blue
  • Starry Eyed: matte sky blue
  • Billie Jean: metallic periwinkle
  • Tide Pool: metallic cerulean
  • Mad About U: metallic sapphire
  • Fine China: matte vibrant cobalt blue
  • Clued In: matte navy
ColourPop Blue Moon
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The Pressed Powder Shadows are highly pigmented shadows that apply evenly and feel ultra-velvety and silky. The long wearing formula contains a unique combination of softer powders which adheres easily to the eyes, gives a soft focus effect, and blends smoothly and evenly.

So, if you think you need another reason to buy ColourPop, you don’t. Because like any other item in the line, the Blue Moon eye shadow palette is SUPER affordable. Shop it here for $12!

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