Recently I shared my first impressions and swatches of the Where The Light Is Eyeshadow Quad. I wanted to be sure to post a full review after using the shades in this quad. This eyeshadow quad was created as a collaboration between one of my favorite YouTubers, KathleenLights, and ColourPop. ColourPop is a cruelty free brand that makes really unique eyeshadows. All four shades in the Where The Light Is eyeshadow quad are also vegan.
Claims: “A foursome created by the one and only Kathleen Lights perfect for creating her signature look: warm, bronzy gold smokey eyes. You can go bold or subtle with these shades!“
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Ingredients: Cyclopentasiloxane, dimethicone, trimethylsiloxysilicate, isododecane, boron nitride, c30-45 alkyl cetearyl dimethicone crosspolymer, synthetic fluorphlogopite, cucumis sativus (cucumber) fruit extract, mangifera indica (mango) seed butter, aluminum calcium sodium silicate, calcium sodium borosilicate, dimethicone/vinyl trimethylisiloxy silicate crosspolymer, calcium aluminum borosilicate, silica, disteardimonium hectorite, propylene carbonate, phenoxyethanol, ethylhexylglycerin, tin oxide, glycine soja (soybean) oil. [ +/- aluminum powder (ci 77000), bismuth oxychloride (ci 77163), black 2 (ci 77266), blue 1 (ci 42090), blue 1 lake (ci 42090), bronze powder (ci 77400), carmine (ci 75470), chromium oxide greens (ci 77288), copper powder (ci 77400), ferric ammonium ferrocyanide (ci 77510), ferric ferrocyanide (ci 77510), green 5 (ci 61570), iron oxides (ci 77491), iron oxides (ci 77492), iron oxides (ci 77499), manganese violet (ci 77742), mica (ci 77019), red 40 lake (ci 16035), titanium dioxide (ci 77891), ultramarines (ci 77007), yellow 5 (ci 19140), yellow 5 lake (ci 19140)]
Please note that ColourPop currently includes the same +/- ingredient listing for all of their products. This +/- list contains animal ingredients as ingredients. I have discussed this with ColourPop and they have confirmed that the only ColourPop products that contain carmine are a couple of Super Shock Shadows and Super Shock Cheek shades. The following Super Shock Shadows are not vegan – Tea Party, Bae, Mittens, Lace, Lovey Dovey, Hunger, and Bubbly. The following Super Shock Cheek shades are not vegan – Thumper, Birthday Suit, Fox, HighlyWaisted, Hippo, Most Necessary, Sticky Sweet, Tasty, Teasecake, and Wisp. All other products are vegan! They also keep an updated list of vegan options on their FAQ page.
Pros: Incredibly pigmented shades. Very smooth and creamy formula. Great mix of shades in this set. Very blendable colors. Cruelty free brand. Vegan formulas.
Cons: This is not necessarily a con, but the application of ColourPop shadows can be a tricky because they are such a unique formula. It just takes getting used to.
Included in this set are four shades of Super Shock Shadow. Each is created using ColourPop’s unique and one-of-a-kind formula. I do not believe that the shades in this set are limited edition. However, they are not sold individually.
Cornelious is a gorgeous mid-tone warm caramel shade. It has a matte finish. If you need an everyday shade for a matte eye, this is so pretty used in the crease or all over your lid.
Blaze is a warm coco bronze shade with multi-dimensional glitter. It has a metallic finish. This dark brown shade is perfect for creating a bronze smokey eye.
Kathleenlights is a copper bronze shade. It has a pearlized finish. This is a great everyday lid color and is very versatile.
Glow is a creamy vanilla shade. It has a matte finish. This is a gorgeous highlight shade that is not too bold nor too subtle.
The Verdict: I think that this is the perfect set for everyone. The four shades included in the Where The Light is Eyeshadow Quad are so versatile! They work great together, worn alone, or mixed with other shadows in your collection. If you are looking for a great eyeshadow set to add to your collection, this is a great quad to add.
Have you tried the Where The Light Is eyeshadow Quad? What did you think of the colors?