In My Stash: Colour Pop Ooh La La! Eyeshadow Palette

post_Colourpop Ooh La La!

The ColourPop Ooh La La! palette filled a void in my collection for pinks that I could wear to work without being too bold. I mentioned it before, but ColourPop’s formula isn’t the most pigmented but I make it work. I find myself reaching for it to pair with my orange palette and purple single shadows (swatches with those shadows coming soon).

Price: $12 (buy here)

Mirror included: yes

Number of shades: 9 (4 mattes, 1 metallic, 3 satins, 1 shimmer)

Tone: Cool & Neutral; Vibrant

Additional info: Use a light-colored base to get the mattes to show on deep skin. They are best applied with a densely packed brush then blend out with a fluffier brush. The metallic & shimmer apply well with a flat packing brush or your finger.

colourpop ooh lala! colourpop ooh lala! colourpop ooh lala!, swatches

Shade names and descriptions (per the brand’s website):

Tickled: soft opalescent pink with violet, pink, & blue glitter flip (shimmer)

Soft Core: warm pink (matte)

Poodle: vibrant true pink (matte)

Big Sugar: bright bubblegum pink with a silver sheen (pressed pigment)

Opulent: bright fuchsia with a blue sheen (pressed pigment)

Sandbar: neon pink (pressed pigment)

Trove: raspberry (matte)

Caddy: vibrant deep violet (matte)

Moon Struck: peachy gold (metallic)


Look #1

CP Ooh La La! look

Shade Placement
soft core TR
trove CR/OV/LL
caddy OV/LL
moon struck IL
big sugar ML
opulent OL
Maybelline molten gold highlighter IC

Other makeup details: CoverGirl Easy Breezy Brow Micro Fine + Define eyebrow pencil, Maybelline Fit Me Matte + Poreless foundation in 355 (with a pump of blue foundation pigment), L’oreal Voluminous mascara in Brown Black, Pat McGrath Luxetrance lipstick in Sorry Not Sorry & ColourPop gloss in Head in the Clouds.


TR transition
CR crease
OV outer V
OL outer lid
ML middle lid
IL inner lid
IC inner corner
LL lower lash
BB brow bone
CC cut crease
UL upper lash line

While I find use for the colors in this palette, it’s not my favorite. Doing the swatches in the photo above I had to go over the color a few times to get it to show like that. I don’t have to do that with some of my other shadows so Ooh La La! will remain a companion palette for me.

Do you have this palette? If so, how do you use it? Leave a comment below.

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