Colour Pop Rainbow Swirl Super Shock Pigment Duo
Colour Pop Rainbow Swirl Super Shock Pigment Duo is a new, limited edition that feature cream eyeshadows in sparkling peach and bubblegum pink hues. They were consistency with the Super Shock formulas I’ve experienced in the past, though Creamsicle ran a little sheerer (but not as packed with glitter as their most over-the-top glitter shades that often run a little sheerer).
Sherbert Day is a medium, fuchsia pink with cooler, blue undertones and flecks of gold and violet sparkle throughout. The texture felt smooth and emollient that applied evenly and smoothly to my skin, and the edges were easy to diffuse without losing intensity where I had initially applied the product. It had nearly opaque color coverage that lasted well for 10 hours without fading or creasing, though there was a smidgen of fallout.
Creamsicle is a light-medium peach base with warmer, yellow undertones and flecks of pink-to-violet shifting micro-glitter. The texture was lightly creamy, emollient without being too wet, and quick-drying to a thin, more powder-like finish when applied to the skin. It had semi-opaque pigmentation that was somewhat buildable, but the base seemed a little more matte and was less conducive to building up coverage in my experience. This shade stayed on well for 10 hours without fading or creasing on me.