The two Lippie Stix ($5/£4) that I received were in the shades Lumiere and Poppin'. Lumiere is described as a dusty pink mauve in a matte finish, created by Kathleen Lights, who said that she wanted a colour that both shy and bold people could wear. For me, it's almost my perfect nude and I'm so glad I picked this shade out. It's such a wearable shade and is constantly in my handbag along with my Mac Hot Gossip lipstick. I didn't pick the shade out because of Kathleen Lights as I didn't know who she was until I went on Colourpop (and now I like her videos).
The second shade I have is Poppin', which is a bright pink which looked more fuschia on the website but is a bit more on the hot pink side of things instead of a mix of purple and pink. Regardless, it's a pretty colour and I'll be wearing this with more neutral makeup. The Ultra Satin Lip ($6/£4.80) shade that I picked up was November which is suited given that we're midway through the month. It's a mid-tone warm peachy pink and I expected it to be more glossy but I was pleasantly surprised that it's a bit like a matte liquid lipstick but more creamy. Totally impressed with this and will pick some more up after Christmas.
The two value sets I picked up where the Zingara and the Where The Light Is sets. Zingara ($18/£14.50) is part of the Fall 2016 line and consists of four eyeshadows in the shades Paradox (a cool-toned burgandy red in a satin finish), Elixir (a mid-tone true terracotta in a matte finish), Seeker (a warm reddish brown in a matte finish) and Jinxie (a soft gold in a pearlized finish). Worn together they make the perfect Autumn eye look. Jinxie is the perfect shade to be worn on the lid, Elixir as a transition colour in the crease, Seeker in the crease and then Paradox in the outer-v.
Where The Light Is is again another collab with Kathleen Lights which I didn't really know until I was researching for information after I received the set. I must say the colours chosen for this quad are absolutely beautiful, and they are Glow (a creamy vanilla in a matte finish), Kathleen Lights (a bright golden copper in a pearlized finish), Blaze (a coco bronze sprinkled with multi-dimensional glitter in a metallic finish) and Cornelious (a mid-tone warm caramel in a matte finish). In the same way as using Zingara, I use Glow as a base, Cornelious as a transition shade, Kathleen Lights on the lid, blended all over into the outer-v with Blaze in the very outer corner. I think this quad is more suited to every skin tone.
I have four Super Shock shadows ($5/£4) in the shades Nillionare, Rex, Tea Party and Shop. Nillionare is a warm bronzed metallic finished shadow with 'tons' of gold and multi-coloured glitter. It's a beautiful colour to be worn in the center of the lid and underneath your lower lashes. Rex is the most bold shadow I have from this whole Colourpop haul, and is described as a black drenched with multiple shades of blue glitter throughout. Blue is my favourite colour and although I don't wear bold shades everyday, I think this would look perfect with the Naked 3 palette from Urban Decay. Tea Party is a versatile soft peachy pink with a multitude of silver glitters with subtle hints of pale pink glitter and can honestly be worn with nearly any eyeshadow, worn quite naturally or worn to contrast a bold smokey look. Finally, Shop is a rusty coral shade in a matte finish which is more of a summer shade but could be worn with brown toned eyeshadows for an autumnal look.
The last item from the haul is the Highlighter ($8/£6.50) in Candyman which is a pearlized finished powder in a metallic rich gold which can honestly be worn as a highlighter or an eyeshadow but is so perfect for the colder months where brown shades come out to play.