Colourpop x Disney Midnight Masquerade Highlights & Blushes

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 packaging
As usual, Colourpop did a great job with the packaging, incorporating some of the gold detailing featured in their first collaboration, and new elements such as the clear masquerade prints over the outer packaging.

Unlike the original release, I kept purchases to a minimum, and only selected items that I know I’d use regularly. With this in mind, I bought two of their pressed powder highlights and blushes.

The shades
I selected Coronation and Horse & Carriage as my highlights, as they were the two most wearable shades for my skin tone, and featured my favourite princesses as the art (Sleeping Beauty and Cinderella). For the blushes I chose Floating Lights (Rapunzel) and Enchanted Mirror (Belle), again for the shades and general wearability.

Coronation is a warm peach shade with a subtle pink shift, while Horse & Carriage is an icy champagne colour with the faintest light blue shift (definitely tying in nicely with the Cinderella theme!) Floating Lights is a bright baby pink shade with a cool undertone, while Enchanted Mirror is a warm pink coral shade.

My verdict
I’m really pleased with all four compacts I picked up, and feel these suit my fair/light skintone the best. The powders are soft and pick up easily with a fluffy blending brush, and can be built up if needed. I’ve tried many different products from Colourpop, but these pressed powders are some of my favourites out of everything I’ve tried from the brand. Well done Colourpop on another fantastic Disney collaboration!

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