Colourpop collaborated with Kathleen Lights a famous Youtube Beauty Vlogger to come up with some beautiful warm neutral shades. The collection of shadows which is called Where the Light Is. When my Colourpop package arrived I was more than ecstatic to try out these shadows. Needless to say they did not disappoint. I am in complete awe of the colors, texture and consistency of these shadows. Perfect for Fall these colors will take you right into Winter. The set of four includes two metallic/shimmer shadows and two matte ones.

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Blaze – A coco bronze sprinkled with multi-dimensional glitter in a (metallic finish)

Blaze is an beautiful bronze brown shade that is perfect for that smokey dramatic eye. This one can go day or night depending on what you feel like. I like to go light during the day and they add tons of product to go out for date night. The color reminds me of .

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Kathleenlights – A bright golden copper in a (pearlized finish)

This one is a metallic rust color with definite shimmer and warm undertones.  It definitely reminds me of MAC Amber Lights. I love using this on my lid with a heavy hand and blend, blend, blend up to the crease line. I usually go heavy and then blend lightly into the crease or use a matte shadow to blend with.

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Glow – A creamy vanilla in a matte finish

This one is matte in a very light skintone color. It is definitely lighter than my skin and reminds me of the off white paint you would use in a home. It can be used as a base or to highlight the brow bone which is what use it for. It’s also great for color correcting or blending darker shadows to avoid and harsh lines.

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Cornelius – A mid-tone warm caramel in a (matte finish)

This is such a pretty transition color. I apply this all over my lid in windshield wiper motions to make sure I’ve got my base covered. The formula of this shadow makes it a little difficult to use a brush but I just have to go with the softest and fluffiest shadow brush I have.

Here are colour-pop-7 I was a little shocked when I put my finger in the pot of shadow. The eye shadow was so soft I thought for second that I was touching some velvet. So my suggestion for using a shadow that is this pigmented and soft is to use your finger to apply. You will get more color on your lids versus using a brush that will put powder all over your cheeks. I have now become a huge fan of Colourpop cosmetics and would love to try more from their collection. Please let me know what your favorites are.

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