An Emerald Away
The ColourPop An Emerald Away Pressed Powder Shadow Quad is a new emerald-inspired color story that comes in a clear plastic compact with two shimmers and two matte shades. All four shades were pigmented, blendable, and long-lasting, and three of them were more unique and difficult to duplicate (the lighter matte green in particular).
Facet-nation is a light, minty green with a warmer, yellowy-gold shimmer and a hint of sparkle. The texture was loosely pressed, resulting in light fallout when applied with a dry brush, so you might want to use a dampened brush or fingertip to apply it. It had an opaque color payoff that lasted for eight hours before noticeably fading.
Ring True has a reddish-brown base with a green-gold duochrome shimmer for a metallic finish. It had a richly pigmented, smooth, lightly creamy texture that wasn’t too hard or thick, making it simple to work with with a dry brush or a fingertip. It lasted for eight hours before visibly fading.
Chromium is a light-medium sage green with a matte finish and cooler undertones. The texture was slightly powdery, but it was a substantial, velvety formula that adhered well to bare skin and blended well with minimal fallout. It had a full color payoff that lasted for eight hours before starting to fade a little.
Jewel Box is a deep blue-teal with a matte finish and cooler undertones. It had opaque color coverage in a single layer that blended out without losing its intensity and applied well to bare skin. It had a silky-smooth texture that was substantial without being powdery. It lasted for eight hours before noticeably fading.