Shimmery body oils have been a trend since Fenty Beauty dropped their Body Lava. A lot of other high end brands have introduced their versions of the body oil, but let’s be honest – they’re not always affordable. So what brand will come to our pocket’s rescue other than ColourPop? The brand has introduced another sister company, aside from Fourth Ray (which focuses on skin care) Sol Body, as the name suggests, is ColourPop’s sister brand which will drop body beauty products. Their first item? You guessed it – a shimmering body oil.


A luxe, lightweight dry oil with next level, multidimensional shimmer. Infused with coconut, argan, and marula oils for a glistening, good-for-you glow. Leaves skin drenched in an addictive, tropical coconut aroma.​

This vegan and cruelty free dry oil looks every bit as gorgeous on the body as it does in the bottle.

  • Platinum – shimmering ivory gold with highlights of silver and gold pearl
  • Soft Gold – radiant champagne gold with highlights of silver and gold pearl
  • Warm Gold – vibrant warm gold with highlights of gold, pink, and silver pearl
  • Bronze – rich glowing bronze with highlights of copper and gold pearl

The Sol Body Shimmering Dry Oils work for all bodies and skin tones. Along with the oils, come a brush for application.


Highlight your best assets exactly where you want it. The softest, 100% vegan bristles buff the perfect amount of product into your skin to create the look you want.

You can pick and choose whichever dry oils you’d like. Or you can just pick up the entire collection on the ColourPop website. Each of the oils retail for $15 (which is a HUGE bargain, considering the other body oils in store)

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