ColourPop Sugar Frosted 4-Pan Cheek Palette includes one cream highlighter, one shimmery powder blush, and two matte blushes: pale white gold, gold-sparkled light peach, matte peach, and matte, warm brown. They were fairly as-marketed with respect to pigmentation; the blushes were more buildable and hard to over-apply, though they had enough payoff to show up on skin.
Jelly Roll is a pale, white gold with subtle, warm undertones and a hint of pinkish pearl. It had more opaque coverage applied with a fingertip and sheerer, more buildable coverage applied with a brush, which was marketed. The texture was smooth to the touch, spongy and emollient, but blendable and worked well over bare skin and on top of foundation. It stayed on nicely for 10 hours before fading a bit.
Hey Pudding is a very light peach with moderate, warm undertones and fine, gold pearl woven throughout. It had a moderately powdery texture that felt finely-milled and silky otherwise, and it yielded more semi-sheer coverage that could be built up to medium at best. On skin tone (light plus), it showed up just-barely when built up. It lasted decently for seven and a half hours before fading a bit.
Trifle is a light peach with moderate, warm undertones and a matte finish. The consistency felt fairly powdery to the touch, though certainly finely-milled, and was better applied to cheeks, where it blended out with ease and didn’t appear dry, than on arm. The product had more semi-sheer coverage that was buildable to medium at best. It wore well for seven hours before fading visibly.
Cookie Crumble is a light-medium, orange-toned brown with strong, warm undertones and a matte finish. It had medium, buildable pigmentation, which was as marketed for the brand’s powder blush formula. It was very smooth and finely-milled, but there was powderiness present that didn’t cooperate as well with very dry skin–like arm–but worked beautifully on cheeks. The colour showed signs of fading after eight hours of wear.