The ColourPop Star Fruity Pressed Powder Shadow Quad comes with two true matte shades, one sparkly-matte shade, and one shimmer shade. They had semi-opaque to opaque color coverage, were blendable, and lasted longer than expected, though there was some powderiness in the mattes and more slip in the shimmer than ideal.
Juice Cleanse has a soft peachy-brown base with warmer, more golden undertones and a semi-matte finish. It had larger gold sparkles throughout a more matte base, resulting in light fallout and very little that transferred to the lid. It had opaque color coverage that began to fade after eight hours of use.
Bright Slice is a very light chartreuse with warm, yellowy undertones and a slightly darker, greener shimmer throughout. It had a more emollient texture with moderate glide, so it applied most evenly with a fingertip or a dampened brush, as a dry brush seemed to push pigment around more. It lasted for about eight hours before becoming visibly faded.
You’re a Star
You’re a Star is a light to medium olive green with warm undertones and a matte finish. It had a richly pigmented, smooth, blendable texture that was lightly powdery in the pan but finely milled enough that there was no visible fallout during application. It lasted for eight hours before fading noticeably.
Subtropical is a dark, rich brown with cool undertones and a matte finish. It had opaque pigmentation in a single layer that applied evenly and blended well on bare skin. The texture was soft and lightly powdery, but it did not sheer out or have fallout (so long as one tapped off excess prior to application). It lasted for eight hours before fading slightly on me.