Lo and behold! Isn’t it surprising that everybody’s favourite budget friendly brand is back (again) with another monochromatic collection? A bunch of similarly coloured collections later, the shade in focus is lilac. And I know for a fact that my baby sister will love this particular line. (Maybe I should get it for her? But then again, she’s not big on shadow palettes.)


Considering how rapidly brands are launching collections and collaborations, it’s best to stick to brands that won’t take away all of your money at once. (lol) The lilac collection features a brand new eye shadow palette, along with other pieces that compliment the same hue.


Create your best looks with the lilac monochromatic palette that features buttery matte shadows and eye catching metallics. One swatch is all it takes to fall in love.

Other newbies include a brand new body oil from ColourPop’s sister brand, SOL body. The oil, you guessed it, is also a lilac coloured oil so your body can glow along with your face! 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.​

ColourPop The Lilac Collection
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For the skin, you’ve got the Acai milk by Fourth Ray Beauty. Furthermore, the additions of blush + lite stix and Just A Tint lip crayons also make the lilac collection a must have. Finally, you’ve got your infamous BFF mascaras and liners. And to help those lids pop, three multi dimensional glitters are also a part of the lineup.

ColourPop The Lilac Collection
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Shop the Lilac Collection on colourpop.com, and fulfill your pastel aesthetic.

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