July 23, 2012

Pop Beauty Fall 2012 Collection

Pop Beauty Fall 2012 has launched on Ulta today. Looks like they have a wicked little palette I have my eye on but I’m not feeling the near $20 price tag for it!


But ya never know, I could be tempted.

Take a look, tell me what you think!

Pop Beauty Blush Beam $18
Unique cream-to-powder radiance catching cheek colour palette. These rare hues will sculpt your cheekbones and add the healthiest touch of radiance to the skin. Beams of face brightening hues create a natural flush for a fabulous skin finish.


  • Bloom Beam
  • Bare Beam

Pop Beauty Face Magnet Powder Zero No Show $22
Imperfections decline with this oil free, air-light skin perfecting primer. Minimizes shine & pores, creating a velvety shine-free, pore-less canvas for makeup. Natural shine control complex ensures makeup adherence while working double duty, helping to eliminate pore blockage and smooth out fine lines. Improves skin’s overall texture while adding continuous moisture & antioxidant properties, protecting skin throughout the day.

Pop Beauty Pop Portfolio $26
Must-have shades adds a full colour spectrum to your eye makeup wardrobe, letting you create a look that is truly up-to-date. Show your peepers some affection with a collection of hues that adds true perfection, the POP way! Play with this must have eye kit portfolio of pigments bursting with a variety of shades – from dark to light to bright!

Pop Beauty AM To PM Kit $22
Pop Beauty hand-matched & fine-tuned their must-have hues for perfect daytime eye enhancement and then decided to do an evening smoky version to turn it up a notch! Now it’s easy to add some star-studded nighttime magic to your day look, eliminating the mystery of transitioning your eye makeup from AM to PM. Pick your favorites from dawn to dusk and truly POP those peepers in an instant!

Includes Shades:

  • Darling Dusk
  • Dainty Dusk

I like the looks of the palette but it might be a little too frosty and I think $26 is a little high for this one.

What do you think?

Do you have any Pop Beauty favs?

About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment.

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  • Becca @ The Beauty Sample

    I’ve never tried anything from Pop Beauty before. Don’t know that any of these items are really calling to me though…except maybe that Pop Beauty Face Magnet Powder Zero No Show. I wonder if it’s similar to the Benefit Dr. Feelgood?

    • TwirlyGirly

      In comparing the ingredients lists of the two products, I would have to say it looks like the Pop Beauty product would be better for normal to dry skin (due to the oils in the formula, such as squalene, coconut oil, lecithin, and shea butter), while Dr. Feelgood is a mattifying primer more suitable for combo/oily skin. As a matter of fact, the top ingredients in Dr. Feelgood’s formula are oil absorbers, such as cornstarch and silica. Hope this helps!

      • Kaitlin

        Ahh, good to know! I was tempted by this, too, but I’m so oily that it doesn’t sound like it would be a good fit for me!

        • TwirlyGirly

          I really don’t understand how Pop Beauty can advertise this as being “oil free.” Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (third ingredient) is “an oily liquid made from coconut oil,” according to cosmeticsinfo Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea Butter – sixth ingredient) most definitely is an oil, too. Not to mention the squalane – “Squalane and Squalene are oily substances that are common components of other oils. Both Squalane and Squalene are natural components of human sebum…” (Also from cosmeticsinfo.org). Call me crazy, but why in the world would someone who has oily skin that tends to break out want to put something that’s a component of human sebum on their skin? Especially since the squalane is the third ingredient (meaning there is a LOT of it in the formula)?

          • Kaitlin

            Eww, eww, eww! I just got grossed out reading that! I feel like that’s verryyyy misleading of them to say it’s oil-free when it isn’t! Ick.

  • Suzanne

    Hi Muse,

    I saw the AM to PM kit at my local Ulta last week, but didn’t see the blush and the big eye palette. They look interesting, and the eye palette has some nice neutrals and some green in it 🙂 Would be great if you’ll do a review on the shadows 🙂

    • the Muse

      I’m terribly tempted suzanne, it looks like a rather cute palette! how did it swatch?

  • Ana

    That eyeshadow palette doesn’t look right for it’s price tag. The palette looks like those cheap ones they put out at Christmas time in drugstores. I hope the quality is awesome. I do like the look of the blushes though!

  • Lingy

    The AM PM quad/trios have ellicted a modicum of interest. That is all.

  • Carrie

    I’m with Ana. The eyeshadow palette screams drug-store cheap. If the quality is decent at all, it’d be a good deal, but it seems like something you’d want to swatch first before putting money down on it.

  • Majick

    I long for their LIP CUSHION LIP GLOSS. They discontinued it; it was the best plumper for over long-last (dry) lippies. Just a touch was enough to plump your lips, re-moisturize the lipstick but not make it slide off the way lip gloss does. Wish they’d bring that back.

  • Moon

    Hi Muse,

    I actually found the palette relatively cute (until someone said it looks drug-store cheap…lol). It has a lot of pastel colors that I would like to try but not willing to pay a lot of money. I have dry skin so it may be for me. If you are really getting this palette please post a review and some swatches!

    • the Muse

      I surely will if I indulge Moon ;-D I think it looks a little frosty for me so need to see in person!

  • Nicole

    Oh man, I’m not a fan of the packaging. It looks really cheap to me, so I basically did a double-take when I saw the price tag! But if the products are good, I guess the packaging doesn’t really matter.