NEW Colourpop Concealers, Bronzers, & Highlighters *SWATCHES & REVIEW* (Indian/Tan Skin)


Colourpop has some of the best affordable makeup out there. They have every eyeshadow color you could imagine, and their top rated liquid lipsticks come in a variety of colors and finishes. Recently they came out with a bunch of new face products and they all looked so amazing that I had to try some of them out. In this post I'm going to be swatching and reviewing the new no filter concealers, pressed powder highlighters, and pressed powder bronzers. 

The most exciting release from Colourpop was their new line of No Filter Concealers. They only cost $6 and I think that they're worth every penny. I really love the large range of shades that Colourpop released for a wide variety of skin tones. They truly catered to everyone and I really appreciate that because it's so hard to find the correct shade with the correct undertone. The shades range from fair to deep dark. Colourpop has said that they will be adding more shades to include even more skin tones in the future. 


I got the shades Medium Tan 35 and Golden Honey 40. Both of these shades worked really well on my skin tone. Medium Tan 35 is more of a neutral tan, while Golden Honey 40 has a warm yellow undertone. Normally, concealer can turn ashy on my skin tone, even if it's the perfect match in the tube. These didn't do that. The colors do oxidize the slightest bit. If you're worried about that then I recommend going one shade lighter.

These concealers are advertised as a bendable, full coverage, matte, and creaseproof. The formula is thick and creamy, which I really like, but it does dry down a little quickly so you definitely want to blend one eye before you start the other. It is also not a full coverage concealer. It's medium coverage, which I like more because I'm not into a very heavy face. Also, this concealer doesn't have a matte finish like it claims. It has a really pretty satin finish that looks super natural and very skin like. I found the concealer to crease just a little bit, but nothing problematic. 


Top to Bottom: Medium Tan 35, Golden Honey 40

Overall, I don't think this concealer does most of what it claims. But I'm not mad about that. I love this concealer because of the coverage and the finish, and I would absolutely recommend this to everyone. I probably wouldn't have liked it so much if it was as full coverage and as matte as it claims. And since Colourpop is coming out with more shades in the future, this concealer will be great for everyone. Plus at only $6 you can't beat the price.




The Colourpop Pressed Powder Bronzers come in a pan or a compact. You're able to get just a pan of bronzer for $7 and a compact with mirror for $8. I personally think the compact is adorable and I love the silver iridescent writing against the white background. The compact feels really high quality for just $8.


Left to Right: Afternoon Delight, In It To Win It

The color selection on these bronzers isn't great. There are only 6 shades, and only two of them would work well on a medium/tan skin tone. I got the two medium shades, In It To Win It and Afternoon Delight. In It To Win It is a dark brown with a satin finish. It has tiny flecks of gold in it, but they don't show up on the skin and they add a nice luminous finish. The formula is very smooth and buttery, and it doesn't skip or leave streaks on the face. I think the color could be darker for a more chiseled look, but I really like the soft natural contour and bronze that this gives me. Afternoon Delight is a medium golden brown. It's too light to contour with on my skin tone, but it is a nice bronzer for an all over warmth and glow. The formula for this one is a little stiff, but it's still easy to blend and it's not streaky.


Top to Bottom: In It To Win It, Afternoon Delight

The Colourpop Pressed Powder Highlighters come in the same super cute compact as the bronzers for $8. You can also get them in just the pan for $7. I got two shades in the Pressed Powder Highlighters, Velvet Rope and Total Package. Velvet Rope is a gorgeous soft pinky peachy champagne shade. This color looks so beautiful on my skin tone. It really compliments my undertones. This highlight is all glow and sheen. It's so buildable and easy to blend. Honestly I haven't been able to put Velvet Rope down since I got it. I wear it almost every day and I'm constantly reaching for it.


Left to Right: Velvet Rope, Total Package

Total Package is described as a metallic rose gold. It's such a pretty color, and I love how it looks on my skin tone. One thing to keep in mind is that there is a lot of glitter in this highlighter. Normally I don't mind glittery highlights, but this highlighter makes glitter fall all over my face. I have to make sure I set it really well with a setting spray. The formula is still really blendable and smooth, but I barely use it because of the mass amounts of glitter. I'm probably going to just end up using this as an eyeshadow. 

Top to Bottom: Total Package, Velvet Rope
Colourpop is currently also offering a free large palette with any purchase of 6 face powders, so you can mix and match your pans and create a custom palette!

I hope you guys enjoyed this in-depth review of the new Colourpop No Filter Concealers, Pressed Powder Bronzers and Highlighters! Overall I really enjoyed the quality of these products but the color selection could be much better. I can't wait to try out more from this launch!

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-Sim

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