Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Collection Palette

Hey everybody! I have another Sugarpill palette review today! To be honest, I have a lot of swatches to get done and I’m going drawer by drawer in my collection and I have them in by brand. I do own more palettes than just Sugarpill so just be patient and I promise that I’ll get some more variety!

Today we have the Cold Chemistry Collection palette. This was released back in 2013 and was a collaboration with Amelia Arsenic who has a fashion brand in London called A is for Arsenic.

I’m a fan of dark colors with a bunch of sparkle in them. In this palette, there are four shades that shimmer, vary in color and have a decent wear time.

Here’s the front of the palette. Small enough for travel and shows the logo and collection name.
I have the sleeve and the actual palette in this picture because they vary in design. The sleeve back features a picture of Amelia Arsenic and a brief description of the collaboration. The actual back of the palette has diamonds and shows a preview of what the shades are called.
Here’s the inside of the palette. It has a smaller mirror than I’m used to at least it has one 🙂 and the four shades are: Soot & Stars, Diamond Eyes, Elemental Chaos, and Subterranean. Note the nice shimmer in the pans. 

And here’s the swatches!

I started with Soot & Stars. I’m a huge fan of glittery black eyeshadows just because I can be dark and still feel girly. The only complaint that I have with this shade is that it feels powdery than the rest but thankfully it applies just as nice as the other three. Diamond Eyes is a beautiful white shimmer that swatches beautifully both ways. Elemental Chaos swatches lighter on the brush but can definitely be built up. Subterranean is an awesome green to black shift which shows a great example on the swatch provided.

There you have it with this palette. Unfortunately this palette isn’t available anymore on the Sugarpill site but you can purchase the shades individually.


Author: aubr3y87

I recently was a full-time worker that has went to a stay at home mom lifestyle and I'm attempting to blog about makeup and the perks of being a mother.

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