Colourpop's Back to School Collection

Colourpop’s Back to School Collection Is for Smart Girls

You can be smart and pretty, especially with the Back to School Collection Set by Colourpop that includes eyeshadow, liquid lipstick and more.

You should chase your dream of being a pro shuffle dancer/rave booty model. But since they pay you in event tickets and Vibedration packs, it’s probably a good idea to go college or trade school. Colourpop understands this, so they released a Back to School makeup collection for fall 2018.

Los Angeles based brand Colourpop makes beauty products that are affordable, made from the best ingredients and only tested on humans. They have been featured in Glamour, Teen Vogue, OK!, Temptalia, Nylon and more. The Back to School line includes eyeshadow kits and lipstick kits, or you can buy the entire set with a full eyeshadow kit and every single lip kit.

The Study Buddy Super Shock Shadow Kit ($25) is not the same old eyeshadow palette. Each fall shade has a education-themed name: Pledge Class, Here We Go Again, All In, Like a Shot, Let Me Pass and Honor Roll. The eyeshadows contain rich pigments with gold flecks in them.

Colourpop Knew Idea Lippie Stix Kit

The Knew Idea Lippie Stix Kit ($25) combines the best of lip liners and lipsticks into one product.

Colourpop Lip Bundles

From left to right, the Back at It Lip Bundle ($20) contains matte liquid lipstick. The Extra Attention Lip Bundle ($20) is matte liquid lipstick in bold statement colors. And the OTW Lip Bundle ($20) has a metallic sheen. Each lipstick is available individually for $6. Or get all three in the full set.

With the money you save on Colourpop’s beauty products you will be able to afford textbooks. Colorpop’s Back to School Collection is available at their official online store.

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Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.