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.

Beserk Clothing

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.



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

Birthday Girl:


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.




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.




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.


Individual colours




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.




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



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.


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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