Hello my lovely pumpkins and happy Monday!
Today, I am sharing with you my review on Sugarpill Cosmetics’ single eyeshadows. I received them over a month ago but it took me so much time to try them out honestly, don’t know why. It’s the first time I ever try this brand and I made the decision when I moved to Canada that I wanted to try as much new brands as I can [yes that’s why I spent 200$ on Colourpop products, lol] so here we are.
Also, I currently have nothing to review anymore, I don’t have any new products, I went to Sephora before yesterday to buy myself a new foundation and concealer [cause I need new ones ASAP] but they were out of stock of the shade I wanted 🙁 So I have to wait till it’s available to buy them and to review them for you.
On another note, I decided to start rating this products to make it more useful for you.
ANYWAYS, don’t forget to check out my previous post: Top 5 Spooky Shows To Watch On Netflix and let’s get started
I got myself three shades out of all the shades they offer which are: Buttercupcake [yellow], Mochi [mint blue] and Tako [pure white].
All of them come with 3.5g of product, which is a lot because regular single eyeshadows come with 1.5g of product, wow and you can either get them in a pretty packaging or just as refills for a personalized palette.
If you get them as just refills, each costs 10$ but if you get them in a packaging, each costs 13$.
Sugarpill offer an amazing selection of colors that are super original and unique, and the brand is cruely-free/vegan.
You can get hold of SugarPill’s products on Beauty Bay [but I wouldn’t advice it cause they are 1$ more expensive] or on their website
If you get the single eyeshadow in a packaging, not as refills, you’ll get them in a pretty medical looking packaging: everything looks white, the opening is transparent with the logo of the brand in bold. The packaging is super simple, surely to keep the price down but honestly, it reflects very well the theme behind Sugarpill cosmetics, which is “medical”. For 13$, the packaging is decent, pretty secure and practical. I also love the names of the eyeshadows, even though I don’t see the link with medicine or with the shades, only with food :p.
Behind the eyeshadow, you get all of the information concerning the eyeshadow including the name and expiration date.
Now, let’s talk about how they perform: all of the shades I got are very pigmented, easy to blend and have no fallouts [maybe they have a little bit as I always tap off the excess before applying any eyeshadow on my eye] but they do have a lot of kickbacks. Like, literally while writing this review, I opened the white shade on top of my laptop and all of the dust fell on my keyboard so now my laptop is super dusty and dirty, yay! :p
One important thing is that the colors appear on the eyes very saturated and as beautiful as they do on the pan. However, I feel like the white shade cannot be built up without looking chalky. Out of the 3, I think the yellow would be my favorite shade and the one shade I’ll advice you to buy. With this shade, I also created two looks on my blog: Halloween Makeup Look #4: Bats Cut Crease and Autumnal Makeup look: Yellow Cutcrease.
To be honest, these are not the best formula in the market but I do enjoy them, especially for the price and since the colors are unique, I’ll continue using them until I find a brand that sells those colors [Morphe x James Charles, I am crying]
The main reason why I decided to buy these eyeshadows is because of the colors and the fact that I couldn’t find a great yellow shade from a brand that is cruelty-free. I totally recommend this brand if you are looking for unique colors, the price is not high and damn you get 3.5g of product. I ordered mine from Beauty Bay because I also wanted products from Dose Of Colors by the way.
For the shade Mochi and Buttercupcake, NYX has a really nice palette with a decent formula named “Ultimate Shadow palette” in Brights.
I also advice you to check out Morphe’s new collaboration with James Charles, the palette that they created contains an amazing white and yellow!
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