I’ve finally got myself a Sugarpill palette although not the big one. I picked up the Sugarpill mini pro palette which is a six pan palette but you can also grab a 12 pan.
Both the Sugarpill pro palettes are build your own so make sure you pick up some pro pan shadows to pop into them. The best thing I find about this is as a professional you can design the palette you actually need.
The mini pro palette can be purchased from Beauty Bay as I did (see here) for £12 or directly from the Sugarpill website (see here) for $12. If you buy directly from Sugarpill, you can get the palettes free when you buy 6 or 12 pro pan eyeshadows.
The palette comes in an outer sleeve bearing the company name and featuring the classic pink and white scheme of Sugarpill. The palette has the exact same design as this outer sleeve. The pan holders are magnetic meaning they hold the pans well but are also easy to remove.
As mentioned above, I also picked up 6 eyeshadows to go into my palette. 5 shadows are pro pans and the last is an individual shadow. You can depot the individuals to fit them into your pro palettes. All can be bought from Beauty Bay and Sugarpill. Pro pans cost £8/$10 and £10/$13 for the individual ones.
The pro pans come in a cardboard sleeve with minimal packaging. The shade names are on the back of the packaging and also on the pans too. I love the design with the cut out heart showing the shade. The pans have no further packaging.
The individual shadows come in an outer box bearing the same design with the exception of Kim Chi. Being a collab shade it got it’s own design.
I picked up the shade Midori in the individual shades but I’ve previously bought the shade Kim Chi (and never reviewed it). Both these shades come in a cute little component with the company name on the lid and the shade name on the back.
I picked up the shades Tako, Buttercupcake, Poison Plum, Velocity and Mochi in the pro pans. All the shades are super soft but highligh pigmented and easy to blend. Honestly Tako is THE best white eyeshadow I’ve tried so far. It’s not chalky and wonderful. Poison plum can stain the eye area where it is packed on but it doesn’t last more than a day.
When swatching these shades on the arm, they performed so beautifully. They laid down so well with no chalkiness and felt so silky to touch.
Overall, I am so happy that I’ve finally purchased a palette from Sugarpill with some of their classic shades. The mini pro palette is perfect for those on the go especially as you can build your own. All the shades purchased have great pigment while still being easy to blend. No complaints from me.
Thanks for reading. I really hope you’ve enjoyed this review and that you will join me for more in the future. Have any Sugarpill eyeshadows or the palettes…tell us your palette combos and send your looks for an Instagram share. Leave a like or let me know in the comments what you thought, maybe even hit that follow button. Check out the looks below using these shades.
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