Colourpop Yes, Please! palette review

I’m very late to the game with this review, but I was finally able to get my hands on Colourpop’s Yes, Please! palette. It retails for $16 USD, but I got it on sale for $12.80 USD (about $16 AUD).

The palette is made from sturdy cardboard/plastic packaging and the outside design isn’t my favourite – I find it kind of ugly with the off-white and bright yellow combination. Luckily, it’s what’s on the inside that counts!

The palette contains 12 x 0.85 gram pans in a variety of warm-toned shades. Again, I don’t love the white packaging, as it’s very easy to get dirty, however, this is where my complaints end.

Full Zip is a matte beige shade and is great for setting the entire lid area. Big Cocktails is a burnt orange matte shade that had a fair amount of kick up in the pan. Champs is a super pale salmon matte shade. I found this could be used as a lid-to-crease transition colour on my fair skin. Bling is a warm shimmery copper colour, and has a foiled (almost wet) consistency.

Louie is a duo-chrome orange shimmer shade with a dark peach flip. Butter Cake is a pale golden yellow shimmer. I found this one lacked pigmentation, but could be built up. Spoiled is a burnt red shade with a matte finish. It applied wonderfully, which was a surprise for a red matte eyeshadow. GNO is a mix between Big Cocktails and Note to Self – it’s a rust shade with a matte finish.

Mischief is a slightly muted canary yellow shade with a matte finish. Note to Self is a perfect deeper transition shade for fair skin being a warm matte brown. Chauffeur is a bright orange shimmer shadow. French Kiss is a deep matte brown shade, making it perfect to line and define the lash lines with.

Overall I’m blown away by this palette for it’s colour selection, the array of finishes and the pigmentation. As someone who doesn’t love warm toned palettes, this has knocked it out of the park for me.

It’s so good, I would pick this palette over my Modern Renaissance by Anastasia Beverly Hills whenever I’m after a warmer look!

Have you tried any Colourpop palettes? Let me know which ones and what you think of them in the comments below!

3 thoughts on “Colourpop Yes, Please! palette review

  1. I fell in love with this palette. I recently bought the too faced peachy mattes and I honestly think that the colourpop one is better quality


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