The ColourPop Glow Getter 9-Pan Pressed Powder Palette is a new nine-pan eyeshadow palette with four mattes, one sparkle matte, and four shimmer eyeshadows. This was one of the less impressive ColourPop palettes in terms of quality, as the textures for many shades were more powdery and/or drier.
Signal is a pale pink with muted, warm undertones and a matte finish. The eyeshadow was richly pigmented, with a smooth, velvety, and blendable consistency that was neither too firmly nor too loosely pressed into the pan. It lasted about eight hours before fading slightly.
Flame Fatale is a light white gold with warm undertones and a metallic sheen. The texture was soft and lightly powdery, but emollient enough to apply evenly and without fallout to the lid. It had opaque pigmentation that lasted for eight hours before visibly fading.
Dimmer is a peach with muted, warm undertones and a matte finish. It had opaque color coverage and a smooth, velvety texture that was heavier but not powdery. It wore well for eight hours before noticeably fading.
Glowworm is a pale blue-aqua with a green-gold shifting pearl. It had semi-opaque pigmentation that could be built up to make it more opaque if desired. The texture was smooth, firm, and thinner than most of the brand’s shimmer eyeshadows, so it applied more evenly with a fingertip. It lasted about eight hours before fading slightly.
Flashlight has a bluish-silver base with a warmer, contrasting gold shimmer that gives it a metallic finish. It had opaque pigmentation with a slightly thicker, drier texture that had some fallout during application, so I’d recommend pressing it on with your fingertip or a dampened brush. It lasted for about eight hours before becoming visibly faded.
Flare is a light-medium brown with a matte finish and moderate, warm undertones. It had nearly opaque pigmentation that could be built up to full opacity in less than half a layer. The texture was a little firmer than I expected, but it blended well on my lid. It wore well for eight hours before noticeably fading.
Sundown is a deep, rich brown with subtle, warm undertones and gold micro-sparkle flecks over a matte finish. Because the sparkles did not bind with the underlying product, there was fallout from them during application. Because the eyeshadow had a soft, powdery consistency, using a light hand and pressing it on initially helped to prevent fallout. It had opaque color coverage that lasted for eight hours before fading slightly.
Flicker is a dark taupe-brown with warm undertones and a gleaming finish. It had a soft, drier texture with some powderiness and fallout during application and a mostly opaque, buildable color payoff. It lasted about eight hours with only minor fallout.
Night Night is a cool, bluish gray with a matte finish. The texture was smooth, velvety, and blendable, with little powderiness. It provided full color coverage and lasted for eight hours before fading noticeably.