The ColourPop Let’s Roll 10-Pan Pressed Powder Palette features five shimmer hues and five matte shades in a brighter, pastel color scheme. It behaved rather well across the board, with a couple mattes being more semi-opaque but buildable, or a touch powdery.
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Flashback is a lighter, warmer white with a gleaming gloss. It had medium to semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation and a smooth, emollient feel thanks to the brand’s Super Shock Shadow formula, which turned powder-like as it came into contact with my skin. It wore nicely on me for nine hours before fading dramatically.
Gone Retro has a rich, coral-orange foundation with a softer, peachy gold shimmer that contrasts and adds a metallic sheen. The eyeshadow was well pigmented and had a smooth, somewhat thick texture that was blendable and simple to apply. It lasted around eight hours on me before fading slightly.
Skater has a lighter, greenish-gold shimmer with a brighter, medium-dark pink foundation. The eyeshadow was densely pigmented, with a smooth, blendable, and easy-to-work texture. It lasted on my skin for around eight hours before fading visibly.
The color Boogie Down is a light, yellowy gold with warm undertones and a metallic shine. It had a smooth, gently creamy texture with opaque pigmentation that applied beautifully to bare skin. It wore nicely on me for eight hours before fading dramatically.
Quad is a brighter, deeper silver with cold undertones and a metallic sheen. The texture was a little more emollient than desirable, resulting in some patchiness and less opacity. It lasted around eight hours on me before fading slightly.
Disco Queen is a deeper, brighter fuchsia pink with cold undertones and a matte texture. The texture was relatively thin, but it was easily picked up and blended out with a brush. It had opaque pigmentation that lasted nicely on me for eight hours before fading visibly.
Venice Beach has warm undertones and a matte finish. It had a generally opaque, buildable color payoff with a somewhat thinner texture that blended out nicely. It wore nicely on me for eight hours before fading dramatically.
Pivot is a light-medium peach with warmer, more orange-leaning overtones and a matte finish with some glitter. The texture was relatively powdery, but it was finely milled, blendable, and provided mainly opaque coverage in a single application. It lasted around eight hours on me before fading slightly.
On Wheels is a light, pastel green with warm undertones but a colder overtone and a matte texture. It had medium to semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation and a little dry, powdery texture, but it worked well with a primer. It lingered on my skin for around seven hours before diminishing visibly.
Crossover is a semi-matte light sky blue with colder undertones. It had a smooth, mildly powdered texture with semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation and negligible fallout on application. It wore nicely on me for eight hours before fading dramatically.