Avatar The Last Airbender
The ColourPop Avatar The Last Airbender 12-Pan Pressed Powder Shadow Palette is a limited edition 12-pan palette separated into four rows (water, earth, fire, and air). The pigmentation, blendability, and longevity were comparable to previous palettes from the company, with a few colours being a touch powdery or prone to fallout but nothing serious.
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Water Tribe has an iridescent shine and is a delicate lavender. Due to the texture being a touch thin and powdery, it had sheerer, more buildable coverage that was best applied with a fingertip to eliminate fallout and maintain evenness of application. It lasted for almost eight hours before diminishing dramatically.
Moon Spirit is a deeper, colder lavender with iridescent, pastel blue shimmer and sheen. It was a more distinctive hue since it had a deep foundation but was also cool-toned. It had a smooth, gently emollient feel with opaque pigmentation that took up beautifully with a dry brush. This color wore great on me for eight hours before fading dramatically.
Ice Shield is a fading medium-dark periwinkle blue with chilly undertones and a matte sheen. It featured a powdered texture that was thinner and more prone to sheering out than the other matte colours in the palette. Over a primer, it provided medium coverage that was more buildable and simpler to work with. It lasted almost eight hours on me.
Earth Kingdom is a pale peachy brown with warm undertones and a matte texture. The consistency in the pan was smooth, velvety, and a bit powdered, but it applied evenly, had full color payoff, and lasted great for eight hours on me.
Quicksand is a richer gold with warm undertones and a gleaming, metallic sheen. Because the texture was smooth, gently emollient, and simple to work with, the eyeshadow offered a rich color payoff that stuck evenly to bare skin. It wore well on me for eight hours before fading somewhat.
Earth Rumble is a richer olive green with warm undertones and a semi-matte texture. The texture was smooth, blendable, and simple to apply with a brush. It was completely pigmented in one coat, yet it blended out nicely towards the borders. After eight hours of use, this color began to fade.
Fire Nation is a vivid, medium-dark reddish-coral with warm undertones and beautiful gold micro-sparkle scattered over a matte texture. It had opaque pigmentation in one coat, and the eyeshadow had a soft, somewhat powdered quality with minor fallout after blending. It lasted for almost eight hours before diminishing dramatically.
Dancing Dragon is a richer reddish-copper with warm undertones and a metallic shine. The texture was smooth, blendable, and simple to work with, with full color payoff in a single layer. It lasted for around eight hours before becoming clearly faded.
Comet is a bright, fluorescent red with cool undertones and a matte texture. It was densely pigmented with a silky, blendable texture that didn’t sheer out. It lasted for eight and a half hours and left a smear.
Air Temple is a deep yellow with warm undertones and a matte texture. It had an opaque color payoff and a smooth, velvety texture that applied evenly and blended beautifully. It lingered on for around eight hours before diminishing noticeably.
Air Blast is a frosted pale peachy gold with warmer undertones. The texture was significantly drier and more prone to mild fallout during application, so I would apply it with a wet fingertip or brush. It provided mainly opaque, buildable covering that lasted for at least eight hours on me.
Vortex is a medium brown with warm undertones and delicate golden micro-sparkle scattered throughout a matte texture. It had an opaque color payoff and a smooth, blendable texture in the pan that was somewhat powdered. It wore nicely for eight hours before substantially fading.