What’s In ColourPop’s Party Trick Discontinued Shadow Kit? Shop These Shades While You Can
This brand is full of surprises! They always have exciting launches, sales and more up their sleeve, and you never know quite what to expect from them. All you can be certain of is that whatever they’re up to, you’re going to love. What’s in ColourPop’s Party Trick discontinued Shadow Kit? They’ve brought back some shades you need in your life, immediately.
ColourPop announced via social media they’d be re-releasing some highly requested discontinued lippies and eye shadows on Dec. 22. There are now eight lip colors and nine shimmering eye shades live on the site, and trust me, you’re going to want to scoop them up as soon as possible. Thankfully, the brand’s made it easy for you to shop six of the amazing hues, all in one fell swoop.
You can cop the Party Trick Shadow Kit for just $25. It holds Valley Girl, Prickly Pear, Hot Tamale, Birthday Girl, Cheap Date and Moonshine, which were all previously discontinued. Getting this many eye products for that low of a price really is an incredible deal, especially since these colors are bound to become your new go-tos. Don’t miss out your chance to shop. There’s been no official date given for when these shadows will leave the site again, but they left once before, so you definitely shouldn't expect them to stick around forever.
It's not unusual to find bundle deals from the brand, but it is out of the ordinary to find this many incredible discontinued shades all in one place.
Just look at these neutral hues. This set's got everything you'd need to create an everyday kind of eye look.
Plus, they're packed with sparkle, making them suitable for your most glamorous occasions, also.
There's no telling exactly how long these products will be available, so the sooner you can make a purchase, the better.
Party Trick Shadow Kit, $25, ColourPop Cosmetics
Come on. How could you say no to shadows like this? I really don't think it's possible.
Hot Tamale Shadow, $5, ColourPop Cosmetics
If you happen to have the ability to turn down a ColourPop purchase (which seems to be a quality I do not possess), you can also shop these items individually. But, once you've got one, you might as well collect them all, right?