Set in Stone
The ColourPop Set in Stone 10-Pan Pressed Powder Palette has one cream eyeshadow (new formula), four shimmer eyeshadows, and five matte eyeshadows in a new, warmer-toned neutral palette. They were pigmented, blendable, and simple to apply, with just a few colours having minimal fallout owing to bigger sparkles or powderiness.
Rock Solid is a satin-finish mellow orange with warm undertones. It featured mild pigmentation that could be built up, as well as a creamy, thin, and somewhat stiffer texture. For the most part, it was faintly sticky for approximately 45 seconds before setting. It lasted eight hours on me before significantly creasing.
Stone Werk is a light yellowy gold with warm undertones and a gleaming sheen. There was some fallout during the initial application since the texture was significantly drier to the touch and more loosely applied. This hue should be applied with a wet brush or a fingertip. It offered opaque color coverage that lasted for eight hours on me before significantly fading.
Concrete is a light copper with warmer, orange-leaning overtones and a faintly gleaming metallic sheen. It featured opaque pigmentation and a delicate, loosely pressed consistency with minor fallout if not handled carefully. It lasted around eight hours on me before starting to fade.
Hammer Time is a medium copper with a glittering finish and warmer, more orange-leaning overtones. The texture was a bit drier and looserly pressed, which caused in some fallout upon application, therefore use a wet brush to apply it. It had a base that was opaquely pigmented. It lasted on me for eight hours before fading noticeably.
Dimensional is a deep, medium-dark brown with warm undertones and a metallic shine. It was densely pigmented and had a silky, almost cream-like texture, which helped it stick evenly to bare skin. It lasted on my skin for around eight hours before fading visibly.
Lookin’ Sharp is a light peachy beige base with warm undertones and a matte finish. The texture of the eyeshadow was fairly powdered, which resulted in more semi-sheer to medium pigmentation and occasional fallout. It lasted around seven hours on me before fading slightly.
Gravel is a pinkish brown with warmer undertones and a matte texture. The texture was delicate, finely milled, and blendable without being very powdered. It had dense pigmentation that lasted for eight hours on me before clearly fading.
So Chiseled is a medium brown with a matte texture and subtle, warm undertones. It had semi-opaque, buildable pigmentation and a smooth, softly powdered texture that blended well without sheering out. It lasted on my skin for around eight hours before fading visibly.
Igneous is a rich reddish-brown with warm undertones and a matte texture. The eyeshadow had a smoother, more velvety texture that was lightweight and blendable, with full color payoff in a single coat. It lasted around eight hours on me before fading slightly.
Steady is a dark brown with a semi-matte sheen and faint, cool red undertones. It provided a semi-opaque, buildable color payoff that stuck evenly to bare skin and blended out effectively, albeit the lightly powdered texture caused some fallout. It wore nicely on me for eight hours before fading dramatically.