ColourPop Whatever 12-Pan Pressed Powder Shadow Palette is new release for fall, which features seven matte eyeshadows, one cream eyeshadow, three shimmer eyeshadows, and one glitter (which isn’t intended to be used on the eyes).

It has a beautifully made packaging with a rosy pattern and embossed name of the palette, it looks really pretty. Its size resembles the format of smaller Nabla palettes but doesn’t have a mirror.

I only had one Colourpop Yes Please palette and I have to admit that Whatever eyeshadows quality is much better. They blend much easier, they don’t patchy or dry and don’t need to be built to make the pigment visible. The only thing I can complain about is that the shades Pink Slip and  Bad Guy  looks different in the pan than on the eyes, in the real they are brighter and much warmer.

These shadows are really powdery, but super pigmented because of it. I don’t love their glitter shades just because they’re messy and so soft that they sometimes fall out of the pan (colourpop products overall). I’ve had this happen a few times with this formula.

This is a very nice palette for fans of warmer make-up, I definitely associate such colors with sunset or Christmas. Her biggest downside is having loose glitter, which probably I and most of you never will use, it’s a shame that Colourpop has been pushing them everywhere despite of negative customer feedback. Instead of Duh or Ttyn it would be a lot better to have shade in a light peach or true gold.

Colourpop is a very super affordable makeup brand with great quality products. When I saw how cute the whatever packaging was I went out of my way to buy the palette. As far as the quality goes, its very long lasting and for the price you can’t beat this. I love the colors and the pigmentation is great for the price you pay. I was surprised with the color pay off and the longevity of the shadows.

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