Foundation Friday: Colour Pop No Filter Stick

Y’all know I love some Colour Pop and almost lost my mind when I saw they were releasing a stick foundation. I love a stick foundation because they’re super quick and easy to use.

I did not like the liquid No Filter Foundation, review here, so I was a little hesitant about this, but of course I had to buy it and try it anyway.

–Conceal, correct, and perfect for a flawless complexion in seconds
–Medium-buildable coverage
–Instantly blurs pores, covers blemishes, and blends effortlessly
–Natural, skin-like finish
–Never cakey or drying

–$10 for 0.34 oz
Compared to the Ulta Moisturizing Stick Foundation that is $14 for 0.3 oz

Shade Range
–My shade: Fair 0.5W

–Shade match help, can match by brand
–Cruelty free
–Lasted all day
–Easy to blend
–Shade range

–No shade match for me
–I set it with powder but it didn’t feel like it actually set down
–Looked a little cakey on my dry skin

Final Thoughts
This foundation wore fine throughout the day, but I didn’t love how my skin looked. This shade was too warm for me, but the fair cool shade would have been too dark. They need a 0.5C. I had to use a white mixer to make it work. The Ulta foundation stick is better and there’s a perfect shade match for me. (review on the Ulta stick here) I think this is better suited for normal, combo, or oily skin. Not good, not bad, just meh..

Before & After
Bare face :: Foundation + Mixer :: Foundation only :: Full face
Ulta swatch on top :: Colour Pop Swatch on the bottom



3 responses to “Foundation Friday: Colour Pop No Filter Stick”

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