Review/Swatchfest # 8 -SugarPill Chromalust Loose Pigment Collection, Part 2


Review/Swatchfest # 8 –

SugarPill Chromalust Loose Pigment Collection, Part 2

4.0gms, $12.95 individually, $29 for Trios.

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Here is part 2 of my SugarPill loose pigment collection – this review will include that last trio that I can get in Australia (there is apparently another trio, but I suspect it was a 4th of July thing), plus 3 other pigments.

Frostbitten:

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Very ethereal tones, everything is so shimmery. Brings to mind faeries playing in fog filled forrests.

Birthday Girl:

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Sweet princess pink with iridescent fuchsia sparkles. Oh yes, this is definitely “princess pink” – with the pink with pink sparkles. Such a fun and girly colour. Nice pigmentation as well – you could probably build it up, but I don’t think it needs it.

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Tiara:

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Metallic silver, it has a small amount of shimmer to it, but for the most part it is metallic. Its a very pigmented silver as well – not sheer at all! I think this would look fantastic wet.

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Darling:

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Stunning teal loaded with iridescent star bursts. This is a very pretty colour, very “faery-ish”. It starts out sheer and can be built up, which is perfect for its level of shimmery-ness.

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Individual colours

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Lumi:

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Snow white with turquoise sheen and flashing burst of blue and green. This has to be everyone’s favourite i think – you can use to highlight your brow bone, a sweep it across your cheeks for an ethereal look, or layer it over a matt white (or any matte colour really) to add some depth to the look. I accidentally spilled some of this inside my makeup drawers (which are black), and the effect was kind of awesome.

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Magpie:

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Silky black with metallic blue sheen and turquoise sparkles. This colour would look great in some kind of a “blue steel” look. Its a very dramatic colour and not for the fainthearted.IMG_0386

Asylum:

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Sexpot red with dramatic sparkle. I kind of want to compare this to Lime Crimes Siren (which isn’t available anymore I don’t think) – I think this is far more metallic, with an almost coppery undertone. The sparkle isn’t overpowering, and the pigmentation is fantastic. This would be a great colour to smudge/smoke out with a nice black.

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End of part 2! If you missed part one, you can find it here . And keep a look out for part three!

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  1. […] 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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