Review/Swatchfest # 7 SugarPill Chromalust Loose Pigment Collection, Part 1


Review/Swatchfest # 7

SugarPill Chromalust Loose Pigment Collection, Part 1

4.0gms each

$12.95 individually, $29 for each Trio Collection

Beserk Clothing

We are finally back to the “alt” makeup! Today I’m going to be reviewing 6 of the SugarPill loose eyeshadow pigments that are currently available in Australia – there are 18 in total, so I’m going to be breaking this down into 3 parts over 3 weeks, so you don’t get overloaded at once!

The great thing about the ones that I am reviewing today, is they are available as Trios – which is great because you get 3 full sized products, bundled together in a cute collection at a discounted price!

First Trio: Reckless

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I would describe this collection as colours that are soooo not safe, and it takes a bit of a rebel to pull them off.These are the first sugarpill products I ever got! So I’m so happy to share these with you.

Absinthe:

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Vivid lime green with yellow undertones. My swatch has come out a little weak, but it shows you that you can have this light, and then build it up in intensity. Its perfect with Sugarpills Acidberry pressed eyeshadow for creating a “cyberpunk” look.

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Starling:

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Vibrant metallic turquoise with intense sheen. Again, slightly weak swatch, but when this goes on the eyes it looks AMAZING! I actually like pairing this with the Maybelline colour tattoo Tenacious Teal – just to up the shimmery factor! I think this is also one that would great wet – kind of a “mermaid” look?

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Stella:

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Jet black with rainbow diamond sparkles. Can we just sit back and appreciate this colour for a sec? I love the blackness mixed in with that diamond sparkles – i’m drooling and squeeing all at the same time (not a pretty site). This can be a little tricky to use, especially with the fallout. My one tip if you want to use this is to not put on foundation first – that way you can use makeup remover to properly get rid of the fallout and not mess up your makeup.

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Second Trio: Zillionare

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This collection is full of very “luxe” shades. These would be great for a special occasion or a night on the town – or maybe just when you want to feel a zillion dollars!

Goldilux:

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Metallic Gold. This just screams “luxe”. This can be swept lightly across the eyes or packed on for an amazing look. It looks especially awesome if you use it with a slightly damp makeup brush or use Macs Fix+ (I WISH I owned that, but its a teensy bit pricey for me).

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Junebug:

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Forrest green with bursts of diamonds. I really need to find a look for this, because its such a gorgeous colour. Again, it feels and looks so luxurious.

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Hysteric:

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Metallic purple with turquoise sparkles and flashes of green. This is a great purple, and I love that it not only flashes turquoise (most of them do), but it also flashes green, which is a bit of a contrast. My swatch has come across slightly pink – but i think this is another colour that is great for building.

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So that’s the end of part one. Getting one of the trios is a great way to start your collection – even if you aren’t sure about one of the colours in the trio, I still recommend getting them!  Look out for parts 2 and 3 in the coming weeks.

Do you have any of the loose pigments? Which one is your favourite? Comment below!

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7 thoughts on “Review/Swatchfest # 7 SugarPill Chromalust Loose Pigment Collection, Part 1

  1. kourtmariexo says:

    Oh my gosh love those colors !

  2. if you like these you should check out the cosmetics “Medusa” they have some INCREDIBLE pigments!

    • gothicbeeza says:

      I have got 2 of their pigments (its a pink and a purple – can’t remember their names right now) and I would love to get some more!
      Thanks for you comment 🙂

  3. […] of part 2! If you missed part one, you can find it here . And keep a look out for part […]

  4. […] is the final post in my SugarPill loose pigment collection, if you want to read parts one and two, you can find them […]

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