After a six month hiatus I’m back with a review on the new Disney Masquerade collection from Colourpop. This is Colourpop’s third collaboration with Disney, you can check out my reviews on some of their Disney Designer range here.
The Sephora 50% off sales earlier this year had me scrambling to purchase some more ABH glosses (best formula ever!), but this time it was for some minis.
Along with the Tarte clutch, I purchased the Good Vibes set to add to my growing lip gloss collection. Each gloss is 1mL, so you’re paying $5 per tube (RRP), or $2.50 per tube if you pick up a set on sale for 50% off during the sales – so it’s definitely worth a ‘treat yourself’ moment.
There’s something about face palettes, especially ones with pretty packaging, that suck me in, particularly around the holiday season. And if you look at my blush collection, you’ll notice there aren’t many single pan compacts – most of them are found in palettes. This made the Tarte Life of the Party Clay Blush Palette & Clutch too hard to pass up at 30% off during the Boxing Day sales (pro tip: it’s now 50% on Sephora Australia).
I finally got my hands on the two items I was most excited for from ColourPop’s Disney Designer Collection – the super shock cheek pearlised highlighters in the shades ‘A Smile and a Song’ and ‘Part of Your World’.
I originally thought I didn’t need this Shimmering Skin Perfector Pressed highlight, but as an enthusiastic Becca compact collector, I decided to use my 10% off Sephora voucher to pick up Lilac Geode.
Today I’m reviewing the final piece I picked up from the Colourpop Disney Designer Collection. I’m a big fan of regular Colourpop lip glosses, so it should be no surprise I purchased the shade Boo from the Bibbidi, Bobbidi, Boo ensemble.