Hi Guys and Dolls! So lately there’s been a lot of buzz on twitter and youtube surrounding this new brand, Sugarpill. Sugarpill was founded by the fun and funky Amy, known on Ebay and Etsy as Shrinkle . I bought from Amy on ebay before, so I know the customer service is good, her makeup line seemed right up my alley, and I relished the idea of reviewing/helping a local business (Sugarpill is practically in my backyard, go Oakland!).
So far, the line has three basic forms of products, Pressed eyeshadow, Loose eyeshadow, and Lashes. Please watch my video later this week for an in-depth review of the products!
Sugarpill is a Bonanza for anyone who LOVES bright colors, amazing color payoff, great textures, and glittery/unique loose eyeshadow. I’ll go into more detail about everything in my video review, but I think the swatches pretty much speak for themselves, so enjoy, and if any of you have tried Sugarpill, share your thoughts. What’s on your wishlist?
Check the website out for information on pricing etc:
Here’s a bunch of product pictures and swatches for your makeup-porn viewing pleasure 🙂 Click on the pics to see all the detail!
The Pressed Eyeshadows:
The Loose Eyeshadows:
Click these to view all the detail up-close!
Junebug, Hysteric, Absinthe and Magpie Chromalust Loose Shadows
Here’s a two SUPER quick looks I did with these today using only painterly paint pot as a base (and no base on the bottom):
And then since a few other people have duped my Starburst makeup, I figured I’d join in:
Dollipop, Afterparty, Poison Plum, Tako, and Flamepoint pressed eyeshadows, Magpie, JuneBug, Goldilux, Royal Sugar, Decora, and Lumi Loose shadows.IN truth, I have a major makeup heart-on for all of it!
Get it HERE
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