Three Fall Looks Using the Colourpop Yes Please Palette

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When I first started reviewing palettes I did not have the skills or confidence to add any kind of looks or tutorials into my reviews. I still don’t feel like I’m that great at it but I do think it’s important to show you how the shadows actually look on the eyes because swatches usually aren’t accurate. The Colourpop Yes Please Palette is one of the few that I reviewed but didn’t show any eye looks for and I wanted to fix that today. I mentioned this palette a few days ago in my palette picks for fall post and I’ve really been enjoying playing with it again. I still agree with all the points in my original review so I won’t be re-reviewing this. I will, however, be showing you three looks I created just using this palette.

*You’ll notice that I’m holding up lipsticks in these pictures. That is for some seperate reviews that are coming soon. The eyeshadows all have names and I go in the order of the swatches on my hand, left to right and top to bottom. The only shade I didn’t use was Mischief, the matte yellow. I’ve used it before and I do like it, it just didn’t fit into any of these looks.

I was in a pretty big hurry this day but I still like the way this look turned out. I do think it could have looked better by being deepened up in the crease.

  1. I set my primer with Full Zip.
  2. I put Champs all in the crease.
  3. I deepened the crease with Big Cocktails.
  4. I used Louie all over the lid.
  5. I used Butter Cake in the inner corner.
  6. I lined my lower lash line with Note to Self.

I really loved this look. The shade on my lid, Chauffeur, is a beautiful duochrome and my favorite in the palette.

  1. I set my primer with Full Zip.
  2. I put Champs all in the crease.
  3. I deepened the crease with Big Cocktails.
  4. I deepend the crease even further into the outer V with Gno.
  5. I used Chauffeur all over the lid.
  6. I used Butter Cake in the inner corner.
  7. I lined my lower lash line with Note to Self.
  8. I smudged Gno under Note to Self.

This was a deeper, darker fall look and I really like it.

  1. I set my primer with Full Zip.
  2. I used Note to Self in the crease.
  3. I deepened the crease into the outer V with French Kiss.
  4. I used Spoiled all over the lid.
  5. I used Bling from the inner part of the lid to a little over the middle.
  6. I used Butter Cake in my inner corner.
  7. I lined and slightly smudged French Kiss on my lower lash line.

The Yes Please Palette really is a beautiful one for fall. The Colourpop eyeshadow formula isn’t my favorite but it’s also not the worst. I’d love to know your thoughts on the palette or the looks I created! Thanks for reading and have a great day!

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