The ColourPop Feelin’ Coconutty Pressed Powder Shadow Quad is a limited-edition neutral-hued color story with one true matte, two sparkle mattes, and one shimmer shade. The sparkly mattes, as expected, had some fallout and were more powdery than the true matte, so this would be better suited to someone who doesn’t mind a little fallout during application.
Coco Wild is a light white gold with a metallic sheen and subtle warm undertones. Because the texture in the pan was more loosely pressed, I had to use a lighter touch to avoid fallout and excess product in the pan. It had mostly opaque, buildable pigmentation that applied evenly and lasted for eight hours before showing signs of fading.
Vacay is a light yellowed beige with muted warm undertones and a matte finish. There were loose sparkles all over the pan, resulting in mostly fallout rather than anything visible on the lid. It had a lot of pigment, but the texture was a little powdery, so there was some fallout and it had a tendency to sheer out a little. After seven hours of wear, this shade began to fade.
Palm Tree is a muted medium brown with subtle rosy undertones and a matte finish sprinkled with sparkles. Because the sparkles caused fallout during application, they didn’t add much to the final product. The texture was soft, slightly powdery, and prone to sheering out and light fallout. It lasted for eight hours before noticeably fading.
Nuts 4 U
Nuts 4 U is a dark, smoky taupe with a matte finish and subtle, cool undertones. It had a thinner, slightly firmer texture than most of the brand’s matte eyeshadows these days, and it had semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation. Thankfully, blending this shade out on my lid was a breeze. It lasted for eight hours before starting to fade.