Review – Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Palette

Review – Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Palette

$39, Beserk Clothing

4 x 3.5gms pans.

Hey Beauty Babes! This has been around for like 3 weeks now and mine has FINALLY arrived! I had to order mine direct from Sugarpill, but Beserk is now selling it in their store.

You can get this as the full palette, or as always, you can buy the colours individually.

A luxury eyeshadow collection created in collaboration with Amelia Arsenic, designer of cult fashion and art brand A is for Arsenic London.

This dark collision of glamour and nocturnal worlds features four richly pigmented, shimmering meteoric shades which blend seamlessly together. The collection combines Amelia’s dark aesthetic with Sugarpill’s trademark velvety smooth eyeshadow formula.


The case is so awesome, with each colour represented in some way. The “shattered” design is pretty cool. It has a magnetic lid so it wont accidentally open in your purse or something.

On the back you will find each of the colours listed in their own little diamond.


Inside, you have a “shard” of mirror plus each of the colours in their pan. Overall its a nice slimline shape that will fit easily into your handbag, or not take up too much space with the rest of your makeup.


Now on to the colours!

Soot and Stars


Metallic gunmetal with prismatic sparkle.

This swatches almost matte, with a nice bit of sparkle. Nothing over the top. You can definitely build the sparkle by building up the colour.


Diamond Eyes


Satin white with a crystalline sheen

I think i like this better as a brow highlight than lumi! The shimmer in this is consistent, and you don’t need to worry about any “glitter” fallout. I love that they included this so that you can create a whole look from this one palette.


Elemental Chaos.


Deep grape shimmer with blue undertones

Love. Love Love! I think this is one of my favourites. I used this on my recent masquerade look and it worked a treat. It is almost metallic with a small amount of shimmery glittery goodness.



Lustrous peacock green with navy blue undertones


This deep metallic green is to die for. Even though we are going into spring and all the lighter colours are coming out, I can still see this as the perfect spring evening look.


Overall, I adore this palette. Up until this was launched I owned every Sugarpill pigment and presses colour they had! If i didn’t get this I’m pretty sure some sort of OCD would have kicked in.


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