ColourPop Y2K 4Ever collection

The ColourPop Y2K 4Ever collection is the ultimate 2000s nostalgia trip

ColourPop have made us all feel super nostalgic with their dreamy new Y2K 4Ever Collection, and it seriously feels like it’s 2001 all over again.

Are you ready to be transported back in time, to two decades ago? To a world filled with flip phones, low-rise jeans and chunky highlights?

The new lineup consists of three gorgeous five-pan eyeshadow palettes, two highlighters, three lip glosses and shock shadows, a tint mini duo, and you can’t forget the butterfly hair clips and stick-on face jewels.

Each new eyeshadow palette embodies all the technological advancements of the 2000s that we loved – from online chat rooms to MP3 players – with a set of shiny shimmers and more subtle mattes for you to create your most perfect looks.

Just a Glitch offers green and purple hues, while Digital Playground features funky pinks and oranges. A combination of pink and purple shades appear in the New Millennium palette.

It wouldn’t be a ColourPop collection without their signature Super Shock shadows, and you can get your hands on three: Low Rise, Cami Crush and In the Saddle.

Don’t forget to add an extra glow to your cheeks with the Super Shock highlighters: which come in Still Loading (pale lavender) and U Got Mail (pale pink).

Glossy lips were a big deal in the 2000s, and you can recreate that trend with the So Juicy Plumping Glosses, and there are three to choose from: I’m Me (hot pink), Bonus Track (lavender) and Velour BB (pale peach pink).

If you’re not a lipgloss fan, then look no further than the Just a Tint lip crayon duo, which “delivers a sheer wash of colour in the prettiest hues”.

The collection is rounded off with crystal face jewels, which you can easily stick on, as well a set of pretty butterfly hair clips.

If you want to get your hands on this collection, then make sure you head on over to the official ColourPop website.

The products are all available at affordable prices, with the Super Shock shadows and the butterfly hair clips the cheapest at $6, and the crystal face jewels at $7.

Meanwhile lipglosses cost $8, and the eyeshadow palettes, highlighters and the tint mini duo are priced at $10 each.

There are also plenty of bundles on offer, and you can nab the entire collection for $98.

ColourPop have continued to pull out all the stops for their 2021 products which include Animal Crossing, Malibu Barbie and Powerpuff Girls collections.

And if you’re looking for more 2000s-inspired makeup, look no further than the Lizzie McGuire collection.

Let us know your favourite product from the ColourPop x Y2K 4Ever collection over on Twitter @Fuzzable!

Written by Isla Williams

Writer with a passion for pop culture - you can also catch my words in and CelebMix (and sometimes my own blog).

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