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Thursday, 26 January 2012

Sugarpill Pressed Eyeshdaows: Swatches & Review

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Sugarpill 4-Color Palettes in Burning Heart, Sweetheart, and Bulletproof Pressed Eyeshadow
Sugarpill is one of the brands when they do something right all the kids want to hang out with them. I have nothing but love for them and given each colour formulation despite the difference in ingredient density they are all well crafted to perform properly on the skin.

NOTE: You can see all the current permanent 22 shade swatches here: http://www.warpaintandunicorns.com/2016/01/sugarpill-pressed-eyeshadows-all-22.html

Daylight swatches no primer: Flamepoint, buttercup, Love+, Poison Plum, Dollipop, Afterparty, Midori (Me-Door-Re), Tako (tah-koo), & Bulletproof.
Product: There is currently only the 9 shades in the Sugarpill rainbow and each are butter smooth and even pigmented. So much so that a base it not needed to see the product on bare skin.

Colour: Excellent vibrant colours. The finish is also mostly matte.

Wear: With a base these do stay all day without any fading, on their own they do fade evenly to a sheer wash.

Packaging:
The size of these pans are identical to Make Up For Ever eyeshadows and MAC's larger eyeshadows. Packaging wise the pans are housed in a Japonesquee style magnetic refillable palette that is sturdy and has a hole built into it to pop out the shadows if you want. The single shadows also have a whole for depotting with a solid plastic case.

Compare: My top three Matte formula are Inglot, Make Up For Ever and Sugarpill. Really pick your poison but for $34 US for 4 LARGE eyeshadows your doing good on the awesome product and budget friendly front.
Verdict: Definitely a keeper!
Although these are powder pan shadows and in no way able to last on their own for sixteen hours, with a simple base they will preform for the whole day without issue or creasing I've found. ;) All have a butter texture for a matte makes the easy to blend.

Random Note: I'm not sure how white is associated with octopus (Tako) but Midori is green.

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