Pop Beauty: The Affordable, Awesome Brand You’ve Never Heard of
When I first saw Pop Beauty, I thought it had an affiliation to Popsugar. It doesn’t.
Pop Beauty is actually a London-born vegan and cruelty free brand, founded in 2002. Their packaging is recyclable, sourced from certified sustainably managed forests.
If this still hasn’t impressed you, all of their products are $14 or less. To think you’ve not heard of it until now, right?!
I’m so glad they sent me some of their products to try. I’ve been pretty dang impressed.
I want to share the winners with you in this post because I think you’re definitely missing out.
Pop Beauty Makeup Magnet Mist
I never really felt like any affordable setting spray actually worked, until now. The Makeup Magnet Mist sets my makeup quite well.
Does it set as well or better than the tried-and-true Urban Decay All Nighter Spray? No, but it’s $12, breaking down to $4.44 per ounce, vs. $8.25 per ounce for Urban Decay.
Pop Beauty Plump Pout Lip Gloss
I was scared to try this because most plumping glosses sting and hurt. The Plump Pout doesn’t hurt a bit! I love a colored gloss like this for a quick swipe of color and shine.
I also think the flat packaging is super smart because it can be tucked into a back pocket without adding bulk. If Fuchsia Freesia isn’t for you, they also have clear, a nude and a red.
Pop Supreme C-Creme
This was such a surprise hit for my work with…men!
It is the perfect matte-finish moisturizer that doesn’t leave a dewy, shiny finish on male grooming clients, while still providing necessary hydration.
I was impressed to see that it includes ceramides and squalane, 2 of my favorite moisturizing ingredients. I put the Pop Beauty C-Creme in my husband’s drawer and though I don’t think he regularly uses it, I can tell when he does!
Pop Beauty Lightshow Palette, Fire Pit
While I don’t use every color in this, like that banana yellow, it’s surprisingly still pretty wearable.
I love the bronze shimmer shades and the glitter will never not be fun. The packaging does feel cheap and plastic, but the shadows themselves are quite nice to work with.
Pop Beauty Flashadow, Crushed Copper
This is one of the few Pop Beauty products that I really haven’t liked. This does not layer well at all, is not very pigmented and creases. I’d definitely skip this.
Pop Beauty’s Nail Glam Polish is 8-free and comes in 24 shades. I’ve been painting my own nails for a while, after perfecting my process detailed in THIS POST. I especially loved the shade Wine O’Clock. It wore well and looked shiny and pretty.
The only thing I really didn’t like is the brush style. I’ve definitely used other polishes that were easier to apply.
If you’re dying to try some of these Pop Beauty products, you can find the line at Walgreen’s and CVS.
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