Review & Swatchfest: Pop AM to PM Shadows

Pop AM to PM Palette
Pop AM to PM Palette

For those that can't decide whether to go with the neutral palette or the colorful palette, Pop's AM to PM shadows might just solve that problem for you. The AM palette has four light-to-mid toned browns that serve to create a very, very subtle look. Meanwhile, the PM palette has two blues, one brighter and one deeper, a frosty white, and a dark grey. They complement each other nicely in terms of intensity, but the shade range is limited if you want deeper darker browns, or colors other than blues. If, however, these shades are your thing, then you are in luck because the quality is great. The neutrals are a little powdery, but the blues were surprisingly smooth and pigmented (check the look below!).

At $22, this set is a good value considering the number of shadows you get and their quality. That is, however, only if you like the colors you get. I think it's interesting that they paired very subtle neutrals with a colorful palette that isn't lacking in the pigment department. I would think that if you want one, you wouldn't want the other. I can, however, see the appeal. While the neutrals are harder to build for added drama, the blues can be blended and sheered, giving you a wide range of neutral to colorful looks. Regardless, you end up with good shadows!


Pop AM to PM Palette

Pop AM to PM Palette

Pop AM to PM Palette - Dainty Dawn


Pop AM to PM Palette - Dainty Dusk Swatches

Pop AM to PM Palette - Daring Dusk

Pop AM to PM Palette - Daring Dusk Swatches



FTC: I received this product because I'm a Bloom.com beauty ambassador. I'm not obligated to review or mention it; all thoughts a opinions are my own.

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