ColourPop Mojo Jojo Matte Shadow Stix is a medium-dark coral-red with subtle, warm undertones and flecks of larger gold and pink sparkle. It had sheerer coverage, but it was more buildable and easier to work with than most of the shades in the range. The texture was smooth with good glide, which made it comfortable to work with on the lash line or on the lid. It had light creasing apparent after seven hours of wear.
ColourPop HIM Matte Shadow Stix is a light, lime green with warm undertones and flecks of lighter and darker green sparkle. It had sheer color payoff, which was only buildable to semi-sheer pigmentation, but it was uneven in its application and difficult to blend out without it looking more uneven. The texture was fairly smooth but seemed to have too much glide, which may have been the issue. This shade stayed on decently for six hours before creasing.
ColourPop Princess Morbucks Matte Shadow Stix is a light-medium blue with moderate, cool undertones and a sparkling, lightly metallic finish. It had semi-sheer color coverage, which was buildable to semi-opaque pigmentation by layering it up, though it was hard to apply and keep it even as the texture seemed overly waxy/emollient. This formula is difficult to use as an all-over shade if one wants real precision and stellar application; quickly applied and sheered out, from afar it is more of a sparkling wash that may be sufficient for some. It lasted for six hours on me before creasing and had light fallout.