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Popfeel | Wish eyeshadow palette review and tutorial

Popfeel | Wish eyeshadow palette
Hello everyone and welcome back to my blog! Today I have a combo review and tutorial for you using an eyeshadow palette from the Wish app! More specifically it’s by the brand Popfeel, which I’m not sure if it’s just on Wish or an actual brand. I know it’s one of the more popular brands for makeup on Wish and they don’t seem to be “copying” or “duping” any name brands. That’s always nice to see with a more inexpensive brand, they’re doing their own thing and not seeming to copy anyone else. At first I realized they actually sent me the wrong palette. What arrived was so tiny I couldn’t believe it. The pan sizes are very little as you’d expect. I have photos of me holding it to show how small it is, keep in mine I have child size hands lol. There is no weight listed on the packaging or the unicarton, but the unicarton has a list of ingredients. Are these real ingredients? I have no clue, but there doesn’t seem to be a ton of ingredients or harsh chemicals.

Popfeel | Wish eyeshadow palette
Shadows Swatched with brush & All of the colors.
Popfeel | Wish eyeshadow palette
Here you see the size of the package & the ingredients.

Swatching these shadows went well, and they seem to all have decent pigmentation which is shocking to me. The photo of them swatched on my hand, that was done with a flat shader brush and not with my fingers. Finger swatching eyeshadows can make them look more pigmented than they’ll actually be. So when doing these reviews I like to use a brush to show the real pigmentation of the products. I get very picky about it because I’ve seen people swatch an eyeshadow, then I’ve gotten the eyeshadow and been disappointed that there wasn’t any real pigmentation. I don’t want this post being super long, but I want it to be as formative as possible. Every shade in the palette is a shimmery shade. You can't do a complete eye look without substituting some crease shades. But I was able to make it all work out.

Popfeel | Wish eyeshadow palette
Starting out this makeup tutorial, I primed and set my eyelids with my foundation and setting powder. Going in with shade 1 I applied it all over the lower lid from inner to outer corner. I did have to end up wetting it to get it to have a vibrant punch. It had decent opacity alone, but i could see a little bit of patchiness. For the crease and outer third of the lid, I then went in with shade 2, softening the edges of the orange shadow. Shade 3 I took on my finger and patted out some of the line between the two lid shades to add a softer feel. Shade 4 I used to really help deepen up the outer corner for some more depth. I also took shade 4 and ran it under the outer two thirds of my lower lash line. Bringing in shade 5, i used it on the inner third of my lower lash line, buffing it into shade 4 slightly. Shade 6 is the brow bone and inner corner shade! It's a pretty simple look, I just wanted to use as many shades as I could without muddying things up.

Popfeel | Wish eyeshadow paletteThank you all so much for stopping by to check out this tutorial. I hope you liked it. I personally love how the orange on the lid makes some of the green in my eyes stand out more than normal. Overall I would reccomend this palette. It was $1.00 plus that much in shipping. The shadows ended up being buttery and pretty pigmented. Attacthed down below in the product listing I will have the link to this palette. I don't know if I will be able to find the exact seller, But i've seen a few stores selling it!
Xoxo Lulu

Products used today.

Pop Feel Palette [ FIND IT HERE ]
Essence Kajal Eye Pencil, Black
Maybelline The Rocket Mascara, Waterproof in Black
Broadway Beauty eyebrow pencil, brown / black

Face: (My foundation is mixed half and half in the bottle)
Revlon Colorstay Foundation in 200
Maybelline Matte and Poreless in 120
Coty Airspun Face Powder, Naturally Neutral
Elf Contour Palette, light
E.L.F. Cosmetics Makeup Mist & Set

Highlight: Carli Bybel palette

Lips: Maybelline The Elixir, Gloss Rose Redefined

Brushes / Tools:
Real Techniques Sponge
Generic Flat Top Foundation Brush
Pueen Large Powder Brush
Pueen Angled Blush Brush
Generic Flat Packing Brush
Generic Brand Fan Brush
Generic Flat Shader Brush
Generic Natural Fiber Blending Brush

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