It’s cute, affordable, pigmented and is a dupe for the Natasha Denona Sunset palette. It is also the product which has been restocked nearly 7 times since it was released initially! The Colourpop Yes Please eyeshadow palette has been one highly anticipated and raved about product and for good reason.
The palette retails for 16USD which is quite affordable. The palette is cardboard and white and comes in a yellow box – I wish the palette was yellow too, or anything but that sort of grey white. It does tend to get dirty pretty fast.
There is no mirror – but that is fine by me. Makes it a lot lighter and easier to travel with. There are 12 eyeshadows and pan sizes are a little smaller than the usual eyeshadows. But since they are bloody pigmented, I cannot really be bothered.
The texture is amazing for the mattes and the shimmers. I have not noticed any fallout although the eyeshadows(especially the mattes) are a bit powdery in the pans. There is some kick-up of powder for sure. They blend amazing and feel like butter. I have used them with and without a primer and they still last a long time on the lids, but I would recommend a primer to keep the colour from fading throughout the day if you have oily lids.
I highly recommend this palette if you are interested in Urban Decay Naked Heat and the Natasha Denona Sunset but want something in the middle and for a fraction of the price.