Sugarpill Sweet Heart palette review and swatches


My Sugarpill palette collection is finally complete! Mwhahahahaha… Here’s my impression of the Sweet Heart palette:

The palette consists of 4 colours: Dollipop (pink), Afterparty (skyblue), Midori (green) and Tako(white). It’s taken me a while to get this palette as these colors are the ones I was the least drawn to in the Sugarpill palette collections. But I recently got a few shadows from Concrete Minerals and became addicted to using Hi Fi, their pink matte pigment shadow. I’ve been wondering how Sugarpill and Concrete Minerals would weigh up against each other in terms of color (I’ll make a comparison post asap).

Ok so how do the colors perform?

As can be expected from Sugarpill: Amazing! I doubt there’s anything I can truly say that’s new about this palette in terms of a review considering how long it’s been on the market, but I just once again want to impress how pigmented these shadows are. A comment on Tako – I’ve been searching for a pigmented smooth white eyeshadow for some time. I own Gesso from MAC and White from Nyx. Gesso is incredibly smooth but unless I’m willing to scratch some off, it’s not that pigmented. On the other hand Nyx’s white is beautifully pigmented but not smooth at all. I thought I’d found what I needed and Tako wasn’t even a consideration when I bought this palette. But it’s actually become my best find. Super smooth and so pigmented. When I layer this over Inglot’s White gel eyeliner I get a pure white; it makes me so happy ^_^.

Am I happy with the purchase?

Yes! I now have all 3 of the Sugarpill palettes and the only matte colour that isn’t covered by their palettes is Bulletproof(black). But I’m very happy with the black eyeshadows in my Sleek palettes for now, that I don’t have a burning desire to acquire it.




4 thoughts on “Sugarpill Sweet Heart palette review and swatches

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