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Double Entendre Shadow Palette by Colourpop
Colourpop

Double Entendre Shadow Palette

$16 + SHIPPING
4.4(163)

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4.484% of 163reviewers recommend this product

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ulta user
October 10, 2018

Everything you need!

I think this is a great starter pallet! It has all the matte shades you need for your base, crease and outer corner so that you can make a super easy everyday look. You can also glam it up with the 3 metallics. The shades flatter multiple skin tones and and eye colors. I've actually seen it's a dupe for the tarte toasted! The formula is also super easy to work with. They are soft and blend easily. A little bit of fall out with the darker shades but super easy to sweep away.. And so nicely pigmented! Love!

ulta user
October 10, 2018

Held up all day, even in heavy rain!

Price is not indicative of quality. These are SO pigmented and unlike most shadows, it lasted ALL day - I even got completely soaked in the rain and this shadow didn't budge! The colors are versatile and I didn't have any issues blending, personally. So glad the employee recommended this over the pricey palette I had in my hand!

ulta user
October 10, 2018

Very Good!

I use it every day! It's very diverse, with a lot of transition shades, and you can create many looks with this palette. It's a small size, (5 inches across, 3 7/8 inch top to bottom) but the more you use it the more appropriate the size seems. The pics on the Ulta website are off- I agree with the other reviews. You sort of have to 'break in' the shadows before you can really see how the formula does- the shade Keep It PG is a bit chunky, and the mattes are a bit hard to blend. I think the shades are so pigmented that it causes the formula to 'stick' a bit. Very easy to remove from the eyes. Also none of the reviews commented that this smells like a tire shop. I think better shadows exist in the world, but none are this good for this price! I had to use the other metallics about three times before I noticed how soft they are. These shadows aren't buttery. They're more like a soft powder. No creasing or fallout on the face.

ulta.com user
September 28, 2019

Pretty Neutral Palette! Great for beginners or pros

This palette is great! I was looking for a neutral palette for every day looks and this has been perfect. I put this on over my Urban Decay eye primer and it will last all day and night without budging, creasing, or dulling down. Super pigmented and easy to blend. Totally recommend for a beginner or pro. I've created day and evening looks with this palette. Would buy again for sure. Colourpop is perfect for pretty, affordable palettes! 

ulta user
October 10, 2018

Not worth the hype

-Matte colors are chalky and hard to blend -Too many similar colors -Wheres the pigmentation??? Colourpop? More like Color Flop. Neeeeeeeeeext!

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Maya Johnson
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Can I get some palette recommendations? Something that’s really pigmented, blends well, versatile and won’t cost me an arm and a leg are appreciated 😉

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Samantha H.
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Funny enough I’d say anything morphe or colourpop. I’ll link my current favorite neutrals palette!!

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Gabby
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What’s a good eyeshadow pallet for beginners? I’m going to try to learn how to put on eyeshadow, preferably a natural look.

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Kylie Ard
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I recommend just about anything from colourpop and wet n wild. Products are very affordable and high quality. I would definitely go with something that has more neutral shades to start off with

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Jade Anacleto
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I’ve never tried that brand before, I’m thinking about buying some eyeshadows, the palettes look real pretty. What do you guys think about? Is it good?!

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