ColourPop Daisy Does It Palette
Daisy Does It
The ColourPop Daisy Does It 12-Pan Pressed Powder Shadow Palette is a new daisy-inspired eyeshadow palette featuring a mix of mattes and shimmers in warmer neutrals and a few bursts of “green”. Surprisingly, some hues exhibited more medium to semi-opaque color payoff (some were more buildable than others), indicating that this palette might be better suited for someone who uses primer or likes less coverage.
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Chain Letter has a golden beige foundation with changing iridescent pink-to-gold pearls. It had a Super Shock Shadow finish, so it felt cream-like to the touch yet powder-like when it touched my skin. The pigmentation was semi-opaque and lasted for nine hours on me before beginning to fade.
Pinwheel is a pale peachy orange with rich, warm golden overtones and a matte sheen. The texture was soft, blendable, and little powdery, yet it seemed to keep its full opacity with with minor fallout. It lingered on for around eight hours before diminishing noticeably.
Rooted is a peachy brown with warm orange undertones and a matte texture. It had semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation and a delicate, softly powdered texture that was blendable yet didn’t flake. It continued for around eight hours before dramatically diminishing.
Bloom Room is a pale olive green with warm undertones and a metallic sheen. It had a more emollient feel that moved about during application, so it was semi-opaque and had to be built up. It lasted for eight hours on me before beginning to fade.
In a Scent
In a Scent is a vibrant, light-medium pink base with contrasting lighter, golden glitter that gives it a metallic sheen. It provided opaque color coverage and a smooth, mildly creamy texture that was easy to apply and applied nicely to bare skin. It lingered on for around eight hours before diminishing noticeably.
Flower Girl is a medium-dark orange-coral with somewhat warm undertones and a matte texture. The eyeshadow had a beautifully pigmented, velvety, smooth finish that was blendable without causing fallout. It continued for around eight hours before dramatically diminishing.
Top Pick is a brilliant, medium-dark yellow with warmer undertones and glitter flakes over a matte finish. There was some sparkling fallout, but it wasn’t so dense that it was a major concern. It had an opaque pigmentation that lasted for nine hours on me before fading.
So Fresh is a pale yellow with a shimmering, metallic touch. It had a Super Shock Shadow finish, so it seemed creamier and moist to the touch, but once on my skin, it functioned like a powder. It provided semi-opaque, buildable coverage that lasted for nine hours before visibly fading.
Nice Stems is a fading, medium-dark orange-coral with warmer undertones and gold micro-sparkle flakes over a matte texture. The sparkles didn’t actually bond with the underlying product, but they were so few that they tended to be lost in the shuffle rather than cause apparent repercussions. It had solid coloring and a somewhat powdery texture that lasted for eight hours before significantly fading.
Like Butter is a dark brown with a matte texture and subtle, warm undertones. The color payoff was mainly opaque and buildable, and the texture was soft and blendable although a little powdered. It lasted for eight hours on me before beginning to fade.
Shasta is a dark taupe-brown with cold undertones and a warmer, golden sheen and glitter. Although the foundation was opaque, the texture was somewhat thick, significantly drier, and had considerable fallout upon application. It lingered on for around eight hours before diminishing noticeably.
Spun is a dark olive green with warm undertones and a matte texture. It had a semi-opaque color payoff that was fairly buildable, however there was some fallout owing to the powdered, slightly thin nature. It continued for around eight hours before dramatically diminishing.