ColourPop Final 2017 Haul

Since the Sale was still ongoing over at ColourPop (slashed prices on most of their items) about a month after my last ColourPop order (here), I decided to pick up even more Super Shock Shadows (x9) and Creme Gel Liners (x6) and Lippie Stix (x6). I also picked up another of those Crystal Liquid Highlighters and a backup of my Brow Boss Pencil (previously hauled here). I really wanted to try out their Super Shock Blush so I just got 1 (for now). Lastly, if you spent X amount of money, you got a Golden State of Mind Pressed Powder Shadow Palette (Sephora Exclusive) for free! I placed my order on December 27 and it shipped 2 days later! Believe it or not, my entire order was only $101.60 (about KD 30/700) which is a total steal!

Loving the Galaxy theme on the Card! The other side had drawings of planets and a shooting star, and even more stars everywhere (including stars dotting the i’s). The Card read, “Wishing you a LIT year!“, which totally made me LOL ColourPop can be so… endearing!

Rose Quartz Crystal Liquid Highlighter (Crushed Crystal Collection) retails for $9 but I got it on sale for $7.20

Rose Gold infused with crushed Rose Quartz Crystals

I’m pretty happy with the other Crystal Liquid Highlighter that I got (haulage here) but this Rose Quartz one was in the Sale section (meaning it was probably going to be discontinued soon) and I didn’t wanna’ risk missing out on a potentially amazing highlighter, plus, it’s more wearable, so I just went ahead and got it. As expected, it has since been discontinued (but who knows? ColourPop might re-release these again at some point down the line).

Here’s Rose Quartz Crystal Liquid Highlighter (pink) vs Aventurine Crystal Liquid Highlighter (green), for comparative purposes. The gold/green is lovely (especially on a bare face) but the pink seems easier to pair with other stuff (blush, etc…) which is my justification for owning both.

1st row Dynasty Super Shock Shadow (red) – Bill Super Shock Shadow (mauve) – Brady Super Shock Shadow (rose)
2nd row Cosmic Charge Super Shock Shadow (gold) – A Little Quarky Super Shock Shadow (taupe) – Truth Super Shock Shadow (beige)
3rd row Bouncy Super Shock Shadow (bronze) – Revolution Super Shock Shadow (mauve) – Fluffy Super Shock Shadow (gold)

Super Shock Shadows retail for $5 each but I got them for $4 each. I kinda’ went cray and picked up 9 Super Shock Shadows, but 5 (all ultra-glitters) out of 9 were from newer collections.

Fluffy Super Shock Shadow (Holiday 2017 Collection)

It’s sooo warm gold with subtle pink duochrome, you’re gonna die!

As you can see, Fluffy came individually packaged in bubble-wrap. Note the gold outer packaging for the gold shade. Nice touch!

Revolution Super Shock Shadow (Holiday 2017 Collection)

You say you want a revolution, well, you know, you’ll get it with this silvery mauve with pink and silver glitter

Also individually packaged in bubble-wrap was Revolution. As you can see, Revolution had mauve outer packaging to correlate with the mauve shade.

Bouncy Super Shock Shadow (Holiday 2017 Collection)

You should jump on this cool-toned bronze with gold and violet duochrome

Bouncy was bubble-wrapped as well, except it was stuffed with the rest of the Super Shock Shadows in this haul and the 1 Super Shock Cheek Blush (bright orange packaging). Bouncy came in blue outer packaging.

Fluffy Super Shock Shadow (gold) – Bouncy Super Shock Shadow (bronze) – Revolution Super Shock Shadow (mauve)

I didn’t notice them before placing my previous order (here), but ColourPop had released 3 Super Shock Shadows as part of the Holiday 2017 Collection. Since I’d already purchased most of the products from the Holiday 2017 Collection earlier (haulage here) I figured I might as well pick up all 3 Super Shock Shadows too. As you can see, despite being individually packaged in bubble-wrap, Revolution ended up getting completely destroyed (such a snowflake). I’m not too broken up about it because initially I only wanted Fluffy (gold) and Bouncy (bronze) because those shades actually appealed to me and were very wearable, whereas Revolution (mauve) seemed less so (I only bought it to complete my Holiday 2017 Collection).

Fluffy Super Shock Shadow (ultra-glitter) (Holiday 2017 Collection)

It’s sooo warm gold with subtle pink duochrome, you’re gonna die!

Fluffy is an absolutely beautiful true gold with sparkles! The name is quite cute (awww Fluffy!), but the description is lazy. Despite having an ultra-glitter finish, Fluffy actually applies as more of a metallic. In fact, it straight up looks like liquid gold! The sparkles and subtle pink duochrome even add to the molten gold effect! I’ve swatched Fluffy next to the rest of my ColourPop Super Shock Gold Shadows and they’re all either yellower/greener or peachier in comparison, making Fluffy quite unique, because I’ve got nothing similar to it in my ColourPop Collection. On my eyes, Fluffy is a light sparkly metallic true gold that makes my brown eyes look almost green!

Fluffy is currently on sale for $4.00

Bouncy Super Shock Shadow (ultra-glitter) (Holiday 2017 Collection)

You should jump on this cool-toned bronze with gold and violet duochrome

Bouncy is a gorgeous green-y bronze with lots and lots of violet sparkles! Despite having an ultra-glitter finish (making it somewhat sheer) Bouncy adds some depth and darkness to the eyes! I’m so glad I decided against purchasing So Quiche (soft olive with violet and gold sparkles) because Bouncy seems like the superior version of the two!

Bouncy is currently on sale for $3.00

Revolution Super Shock Shadow (ultra-glitter) (Holiday 2017 Collection)

You say you want a revolution, well, you know, you’ll get it with this silvery mauve with pink and silver glitter.

I’m also glad I never picked up Prickly Pear (lavender with gold and violet ultra-glitter) because Revolution seems to be the more sparkly and downright prettier version of the two! With that being said, Revolution is actually more glittery than it is sparkly, which makes it slightly less wearable. I mean the pink and silver glitter does my sallow (yellow) skin absolutely no favors. I wasn’t expecting much with Revolution, because based on how it looked in the pan, I figured it would be similar to Babykins (warm plum with violet glitter), but once I applied it to my lids, I was pleasantly surprised to find that it was much lighter! Don’t get me wrong, Revolution is still pretty dark, but at least it’s something I can work with.

Revolution has since been discontinued.

Fluffy Super Shock Shadow (gold) – Bouncy Super Shock Shadow (bronze) – Revolution Super Shock Shadow (mauve)

Fluffy is currently on sale for $4.00
Bouncy is currently on sale for $3.00
Revolution has since been discontinued

Revolution Super Shock Shadow (mauve) – Fluffy Super Shock Shadow (gold) – Bouncy Super Shock Shadow (bronze)

A single Super Shock Cheek Blush and the rest of the Super Shock Shadows packaged in bubble wrap.

A Little Quarky Super Shock Shadow (gold) – Cosmic Charge Super Shock Shadow (taupe)

These 2 were later released as part of the New Year’s Eve Collection. There were more Super Shock Shadows in the collection (all with punny sci-fi names), but I just got these 2… for now.

A Little Quarky Super Shock Shadow (ultra-glitter) (New Year’s Eve Collection)

This peachy gold with blue & silver glitter is no laughing matter.

A Little Quarky is the sparkly version of Sundance (soft metallic peach). They both add a hint of color to my lids except A Little Quarky adds a hit of color and a lot of sparkle! The sparkle on this thing is so pretty that it practically looks like liquid on my eyes! As with most ultra-glitters, A Little Quarky is somewhat sheer as it is meant to be used as a festive topper over other shades.

Cosmic Charge Super Shock Shadow (ultra-glitter) (New Year’s Eve Collection)

You’ll stay 100 when you wear this warm taupe with blue glitter.

I just can’t resist a good taupe eyeshadow, especially not one with blue glitter! Also, the description seriously appealed to me! Again, Cosmic Charge being an ultra-glitter was somewhat sheer, but still added a little depth and darkness to the eyes. Worn on its own Cosmic Charge could definitely benefit from some sort of base underneath, but I’m most probably going to be wearing it as a topper over other stuff (same concept, really). That said, the blue sparkles are everything!

A Little Quarky Super Shock Shadow (gold) – Cosmic Charge Super Shock Shadow (taupe)

These 2 are super sparkly!

You can still purchase both from ColourPop for $5 a pop.

Bill Super Shock Shadow – Brady Super Shock Shadow

I’ve had my eye on Bill from Day 1 and couldn’t decided between Brady or Hanky Panky for the longest time. I figured I’d just get all 3 at some point down the line. When I placed this order, Hanky Panky was out of stock (due to the sale), so I snagged just the 2.

Bill Super Shock Shadow (matte)

Meet Bill, a light dusty matte mauve – he likes long walks on the beach and romantic candlelit dinners.

Sadly, Bill arrived completely detached (keeps moving around in the pan, which means it must have shrunk during shipping) even though it was unbroken. Regardless, Bill is exceptionally smooth and soft, despite being a matte)! Bill is heartbreakingly beautiful glow-y lilac that can look almost grey in certain lighting! Sparkles are cool and all but nothing beats a cool-toned neutral (especially not a matte one), at least in my book. It might not be to everyone’s taste, but I just have a special place in my heart for cool tones and Bill definitely fits the bill!

Brady Super Shock Shadow (matte)

Here’s a story of a soft matte dusty rose.

Brady is one of those workhorse shades that anyone can pull off! Brady is a rosy brown that leans more pink and as such, is super complimentary across the board! You can throw it on in the crease (paired with other shades on the lid) or you can wear it on its own as an all-over lid shade, or you can just use it to smoke out the lower lashline. Personally, I enjoy wearing Brady all blown out (diffused) as a light wash of color, on its own, all over the lid. The possibilities are endless with Brady! It’s so flattering and such a good neutral to have!

Bill Super Shock Shadow – Brady Super Shock Shadow

Some sensible mattes after all those sparkly ultra-glitters.

Truth Super Shock Shadow

Truthfully, most of the Super Shock Shadows I actually wanted were out of stock (due to the sale), so this was another one of those spur-of-the-moment picks.

Truth Super Shock Shadow (satin)

Wear this satin neutral light beige alone for an ultra-natural bare look or pair with the most intense shades in your makeup arsenal

This literally looks like nothing on my eyes. Despite having a satin finish, Truth is not glow-y nor sheen-y. In fact, it’s practically invisible. You might think I’d be annoyed about that but I’m really not because… Truth is perfect as an Eyeshadow Base! Also, since it doesn’t have a matte finish (lighter mattes are so fussy, especially white-based and black-based ones) Truth is actually easier to work with (blending and such)! On my eyes, Truth is pretty much MAC Painterly Paint Pot (down to the pink-y undertones that looks slightly ashy on my olive skintone), only much creamier.

Dynasty Super Shock Shadow

What can I say? I’m a fiend for Reds! Plus, I actually finished the entire season of Dynasty on Netflix, and I hate to admit it but it ‘aint half bad. As long as ColourPop keeps churning out those Reds, I’m going to continue purchasing them, apparently.

Dynasty Super Shock Shadow (matte)

Rule your own empire in this blackened red.

Now that I’ve got Babykins (matte red) Fooling Around (metallic red) Paradox (satin red) and Dynasty (matte blackened red), I believe that I’m all set on Reds… at least until ColourPop comes out with even more Reds lawl

1st row Dynasty Super Shock Shadow (red) – A Little Quarky Super Shock Shadow (taupe) – Cosmic Charge Super Shock Shadow (gold)
2nd row Revolution Super Shock Shadow (mauve) – Bouncy Super Shock Shadow (bronze) –Fluffy Super Shock Shadow (gold)
3rd row Bill Super Shock Shadow (mauve) – Brady Super Shock Shadow (rose) – Truth Super Shock Shadow (beige)

See? Nothing too crazy. Aside from Revolution, these are all lovely neutrals!

Get Leid Super Shock Cheek Blush (matte) retails for $8 I got it on sale for $6.40

No really you will. We hope you love flowers as much as you love this bright peach.

The texture is nowhere near as nice as the ELF Studio Cream Blush (so bouncy) or the Nyx Cream Blush (so blendable), but this shade is stun-ning! I’m pale as heck right now and it’s still extremely flattering but I can’t wait to wear Get Leid once I’m rockin’ a tan! Also, the name… LAWL This is my first Super Shock Cheek Blush but definitely won’t be my last! I just wish they had a wider variety of shades (and more accurate swatches) to choose from (ColourPop your Blush Shades are so basic. Yep, I went there).

x6 Crème Gel Liners retail for $5 each but I got them for $4 each

So these Crème Gel Liners were total FAIL. Of the 6 I purchased, 1 broke off and 2 refused to twist up, making a total of 3 duds, which is half the amount of liners I got.

Fast Lane Crème Gel Liner: They won’t catch you ridin’ dirty in this intense blackened teal. (refused to twist up)

DTLA Crème Gel Liner: Whether you’re eating, bar hopping, or watching the Lakers you’ll be fit for the city in this deep blackened blue. (refused to twist up)

Call Me Crème Gel Liner: He’ll definitely call you on your cell phone in this deep plummy brown.

Stomper Crème Gel Liner: Walk it out in this true cool-toned brown.

Brew-haha Crème Gel Liner: True black brown in a matte finish…it’s like shark bait, but for compliments. (tip broke off)

Swerve Crème Gel Liner: Don’t lose control when wearing this true onyx black.

Fast Lane Crème Gel Liner: They won’t catch you ridin’ dirty in this intense blackened teal.

DTLA Crème Gel Liner: Whether you’re eating, bar hopping, or watching the Lakers you’ll be fit for the city in this deep blackened blue.

Call Me Crème Gel Liner: He’ll definitely call you on your cell phone in this deep plummy brown.

Stomper Crème Gel Liner: Walk it out in this true cool-toned brown.

Brew-haha Crème Gel Liner: True black brown in a matte finish…it’s like shark bait, but for compliments.

Swerve Crème Gel Liner: Don’t lose control when wearing this true onyx black.

Fast Lane Crème Gel Liner: They won’t catch you ridin’ dirty in this intense blackened teal.
I could only swatch the part that’s showing (because it refused to twist up) but Fast Lane seemed like a seriously beautiful teal which is so hard to come by because they’re usually super shimmery (ugh).

DTLA Crème Gel Liner: Whether you’re eating, bar hopping, or watching the Lakers you’ll be fit for the city in this deep blackened blue. As you can see, even the tip is barely showing and since it refused to twist up, I couldn’t even swatch it to tell you if it’s pretty or not.

Call Me Crème Gel Liner: He’ll definitely call you on your cell phone in this deep plummy brown. Stunning! I believe Call Me would compliment all eye colors, especially those with Green Eyes or Hazel Eyes! It actually makes my Brown Eyes look almost Green!

Stomper Crème Gel Liner: Walk it out in this true cool-toned brown. I’ve been searching for a cool-toned liner since forever. For some reason, they just don’t seem to exist or if they do, they always look too warm (read: orange) on me. This is a straight up brown and once again, it makes my brown eyes look green! Stomper is perfect for those “no-makeup makeup” days!

Brew-haha Crème Gel Liner: True black brown in a matte finish…it’s like shark bait, but for compliments. This broke off before I had a chance to even swatch it. Get your ish together, ColourPop! Anyways, Brew-haha is quite dark and looks like a black, at least on my skin.

Swerve Crème Gel Liner: Don’t lose control when wearing this true onyx black. Swerve is a true deep black.

Fast Lane Crème Gel Liner: They won’t catch you ridin’ dirty in this intense blackened teal.

DTLA Crème Gel Liner: Whether you’re eating, bar hopping, or watching the Lakers you’ll be fit for the city in this deep blackened blue.

Call Me Crème Gel Liner: He’ll definitely call you on your cell phone in this deep plummy brown.

Stomper Crème Gel Liner: Walk it out in this true cool-toned brown.

Brew-haha Crème Gel Liner: True black brown in a matte finish…it’s like shark bait, but for compliments.

Swerve Crème Gel Liner: Don’t lose control when wearing this true onyx black.

So these were a fail. Fast Lane Crème Gel Liner and DTLA Crème Gel Liner would not retract upwards (so I had no way of getting at it) and Brew-haha Crème Gel Liner broke off.

Fast Lane Crème Gel Liner (blackened teal) – DTLA Crème Gel Liner (blackened blue) – Call Me Crème Gel Liner (plummy brown) – Stomper Crème Gel Liner (cool-toned brown) – Brew-haha Crème Gel Liner (black brown) – Swerve Crème Gel Liner (black)

Such a shame because they look so pretty, but oh well! I didn’t even bother with contacting ColourPop because they’ll probably give me the same sold spiel about how they’re not responsible for the damage done during international shipping blah blah blah

x6 Lippie Stix retail for $5 each, originally, but I got them on sale for $4 each and now they’re up to $5.50 each (I mentioned this earlier ColourPop upped the prices by 50 cents on all their Lip Products recently).

Since I’m fully stocked up on Red Lippie Stix (haulage here) I figured I’d get my hands on a few nudes, and test out some of the other finishes (aside from just mattes).

Birdy Lippie Stix (creme)

A little birdy told us that you’ll love this crème warm baby pink.

Birdy was in the sale section as well (meaning it was soon to be discontinued and it has been since) which is one of the reasons why I picked it up (didn’t wanna’ miss out). The name did nothing for me but the shade description appealed to me (my ears perk up whenever a lip shade is described as a warm pink) which is the main reason why I wanted it. Another reason why I purchased Birdy was because I wanted to try out Lippie Stix in a finish other than matte, and Birdy was described as having a creme finish. On myself Birdy is a pink-y nude (the kind that needs lipliner if you wanna’ avoid looking like a corpse). Also, it clashes with my sallow (yellow) skintone, meaning some sort of coverage (be it foundation or bronzer or what-have-you) is a must. With that being said, the creme finish makes Birdy more wearable. Plus, it makes my lips legit look plumper! In fact, I’ve taken to popping a little bit of Birdy in the center of my lips (to make my lips look bigger) over-top other lipsticks. You can even use Birdy over other dark lippies to lighten them up. I know it might not sound like it, but I’m really happy with Birdy, solely for the fact that it makes my small lips look plumper!

Button Lippie Stix (satin)

A satin peachy pink, ain’t it just cute as a button?

Awww Button really is cute as a button! Like I said, I wanted to try out some different finishes in the Lippie Stix range and Button had a satin finish. Also, Button was in the sale section (soon to be discontinued, which it has been since). However, the adorable name and description are what hooked me. I didn’t have it in my heart to pass this up and I’m so glad I didn’t! On my lips, Button is such a nice pop of color (kinda’ reminds me of MAC Vegas Volt Lipstick actually) that would be perfect for Spring/Summer! It’s more orange than peach on me and more importantly it doesn’t clash with my skintone! I believe Button would look even better when I’m rockin’ a tan!

Bound Lippie Stix (creme)

You’re bound to be addicted to this light nude pink.

There is nothing light nor nude about Bound. It’s a classic mid-toned pink that looks slightly mauve-y on me. Bound can look kinda’ purple on me in certain lighting but thankfully the creme finish makes it look pinker and lighter. Back when I was a blonde, I used to own a lipstick from Rimmel called Celeb and it was simply divine! I repurchased it over and over and over again until they finally discontinued it. I can’t be too sure but Bound seems like a proper dupe of Celeb!

Oh Snap Lippie Stix (matte)

Play it naughty or nice in this matte muted pinky nude.

I was mostly on the hunt for non-mattes, but I couldn’t resist snapping up Oh Snap! Surprisingly, Oh Snap is the lightest of the bunch! Even more surprising is the fact that Oh Snap is so complimentary to my olive complexion. Oh Snap is a stunning taupe-y nude on my lips!

With The Band Lippie Stix (matte x) (Holiday 2017 Collection)

Hang with Penny Lane in this peachy pink.

Visiting Penny Lane (street in Liverpool, hometown to the Beatles) is actually on my bucket list! I picked up Penny Lane because I wanted at least 1 Lippie Stix from the Holiday 2017 Collection and I generally do well with peach-y pinks. Again, despite the description, With The Band is neither peach nor pink. It’s actually a mid-tone rosy-brown (kinda’ reminds me of MAC Velvet Teddy Lipstick actually) and is equally flattering!

Ziggie Lippie Stix (matte x)

We’ll tell you what you want, what you really really want..this Matte X dark terracotta!

Going by the description, I was so sure this would be similar to Kat Von D Nosferatu Everlasting Liquid Lipstick (swatched here) and I’m happy to report that on my lips, so far it seems close enough for me!

Birdy Lippie Stix (creme) (discontinued)
Button Lippie Stix (satin) (discontinued)
Bound Lippie Stix (creme)
Oh Snap Lippie Stix (matte)
With The Band Lippie Stix (matte x) (Holiday 2017 Collection)
Ziggie Lippie Stix (matte x)

Worthy of note, these go on very differently than you would think. They look one way in the tube, but apply either much lighter or much darker on the lips.

Birdy Lippie Stix (creme)
Button Lippie Stix (satin)
Bound Lippie Stix (creme)
Oh Snap Lippie Stix (matte)
With The Band Lippie Stix (matte x)
Ziggie Lippie Stix (matte x)

Golden State of Mind Pressed Powder Shadow Palette retails for $26 but I got it for free (for ordering over a certain amount).

Inspired by the place we call home, this 15 pan palette features our most glittery and metallic Pressed Powder Shadows ever. This unique formula provides extreme shine and a fairy-like touch to any look. Formulated to be used wet, dampen your brush with a setting spray before dipping into the shadows – you’re in for crazy pigmentation and glitter.

Golden Egg: pinky beige with turquoise glitter
Pay the Piper: icy blue
GRLFRND: pink with violet glitter
Zero Clue: vibrant warm yellow
Watch Out: golden ivory with pink glitter
Drizzle: icy baby pink
Uptight: rose gold
Can’t Stop: icy champagne ivory
Sparkler: silvery bronze
Unsupervised: pink champagne
Lust in Time: medium cool rose
Mind Tricks: icy blackened purple
Wing Woman: red brown with green and gold glitter
Heads or Tales: icy cranberry
Tinker Time: blackened antique gold with blue glitter

Golden Egg: pinky beige with turquoise glitter
Pay the Piper: icy blue
GRLFRND: pink with violet glitter
Zero Clue: vibrant warm yellow
Watch Out: golden ivory with pink glitter
Drizzle: icy baby pink
Uptight: rose gold
Can’t Stop: icy champagne ivory
Sparkler: silvery bronze
Unsupervised: pink champagne
Lust in Time: medium cool rose
Mind Tricks: icy blackened purple
Wing Woman: red brown with green and gold glitter
Heads or Tales: icy cranberry
Tinker Time: blackened antique gold with blue glitter

Golden Egg: pinky beige with turquoise glitter
Pay the Piper: icy blue
GRLFRND: pink with violet glitter
Zero Clue: vibrant warm yellow
Watch Out: golden ivory with pink glitter

Drizzle: icy baby pink
Uptight: rose gold
Can’t Stop: icy champagne ivory
Sparkler: silvery bronze
Unsupervised: pink champagne

Lust in Time: medium cool rose
Mind Tricks: icy blackened purple
Wing Woman: red brown with green and gold glitter
Heads or Tales: icy cranberry
Tinker Time: blackened antique gold with blue glitter

Golden Egg: pinky beige with turquoise glitter
Pay the Piper: icy blue
GRLFRND: pink with violet glitter
Zero Clue: vibrant warm yellow
Watch Out: golden ivory with pink glitter
Drizzle: icy baby pink
Uptight: rose gold
Can’t Stop: icy champagne ivory
Sparkler: silvery bronze
Unsupervised: pink champagne
Lust in Time: medium cool rose
Mind Tricks: icy blackened purple
Wing Woman: red brown with green and gold glitter
Heads or Tales: icy cranberry
Tinker Time: blackened antique gold with blue glitter

I don’t have much to say about this palette other than the shades look interesting, because I have yet to play around with it.

x6 Crème Gel Liners retail for $5 each but I got them for $4 each
Brow Boss Pencil retails for $5 but I got a backup for $4
x6 Lippie Stix retail for $5 each ($5.50 now) but I got them for $4 each
Rose Quartz Crystal Liquid Highlighter retails for $9 but I got it on sale for $7.20
x9 Super Shock Shadows retail for $5 each but I got them for $4 each
Super Shock Cheek Blush retails for $8 I got it on sale for $6.40
Golden State of Mind Pressed Powder Shadow Palette retails for $26 but I got it for free

It’s been 6 months since I placed this order with ColourPop, and they’ve come out with numerous collections since then (I’ve got my eye on a handful of cuties already), but I’ve stayed my hand (been busy dealing with more pressing issues). I might be placing another order soon though…

That said, I’m definitely going to skip the Creme Gel Liners (total fail) from now on, in addition to their Pressed Powder Products (except for Shadows). Other than that, ColourPop seem to be pretty solid for a nice quick budget-friendly makeup fix with a variety of products and shades to choose from. They even came out with Foundation recently! Here’s hoping Mascara (with a curved wand a la Maybelline Volum’ Express The Colassal Cat Eye Mascara) is next ^_~

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