See Swatches Of ColourPop's Cute AF Palette

Ladies and gentleman, the makeup moment you've been waiting for is finally here. According to their Instagram stories, ColourPop Cosmetics created their first 12-pan eyeshadow palette. Although they have four-shade sets that you can mix and match, this will be the first one that is fixed in place. The 12-shade kit comes with everything you need for a full summer eye look. As if all of that wasn't enough to excite you, swatches of ColourPop's Cute AF Eyeshadow Palette will get you in the shopping mood.

I'm a firm believer that you can never have too many eyeshadow shades, and apparently ColourPop is too. Just days after launching their 12 single summer shadows, the brand is adding 12 more into the mix. Except this time, they'll be in the brand's first-ever fixed palette. The palette is called Cute AF, and the shades range from pinks and reds to golden tones. Basically, the name is the perfect way to describe it.

On top of pops of color, you'll also get a matte brown and a matte white, so you can complete a full look. Although the shadow pans are a bit smaller than the single Pressed Pigments, you'll be getting the same incredible formula. Don't just take my word for it though. The swatches speak for themselves.

You'll be excited to know that you don't have to wait much longer to add them to your makeup bag, either. ColourPop's Cute AF Palette launches on June 16 at 1 p.m. ET. While that doesn't leave you very long to save up, you won't have to. The 12 shades are available for just $16, which is pretty darn affordable. Actually, it breaks down to just $1.30 per shadow.

Fans are loving the palette already. Although the brand has yet to make an official announcement about the palette, people are already marking their calendars for the big day. Here's what warm-toned makeup lovers have to say about the first look.


It really doesn't get any more affordable.

This palette definitely deserves those emojis.

You'll want to be sitting by your computer when this goes live, because it might just be the palette of the season.