Sugarpill Loose Pigment Swatches!

Hi everyone! My blogging might be quite sporadic this week because I’m planning my daughter and my finaceé’s birthday this week. They share the same day so there’s a lot of planning involved! Today I decided to quickly swatch some Sugarpill loose pigment that I have! As you all know, I’m not a huge fan of loose pigments because I think they go all over the place and they take some practice to apply (or maybe I just needed practice? 😂) I only have three shades from Sugarpill. Two are limited-edition that were released at IMATS last year (droplet and feral) and the other is a holy grail of color shifting awesomeness (Lumi). 

Here are the loose pigments in their jars. Droplet is the bright blue, Lumi is the white with green color shift, and Feral is the bright orange with gold sparkle on the bottom.

Here are the bottoms of the shadows. Droplet has a droplet of water, Lumi has a star and Feral had a cute lil kitty cat. 🙂 there is also other information on the label. It is Vegan and cruelty-free, the website and location of the company is located there.

I took a picture of the open containers with my halo light so you can all see how pretty these shades are. They all have glitter and subtle shimmer to them. I apologize that my Lumi is so low, I love it a bit. 

For the swatches, I did the usual method that I’ve been doing, the finger and brush swatches. 

Here are the swatches for you! Droplet is a light yet bright blue with some silver sparkle in it. I took pictures of these with the halo light so hopefully Lumi decided to play and show you all the color shifts in it. This is a fantastic color shifting shade. Feral is a bright orange with subtle gold sparkle in it.

Eventually, I’ll decide to purchase more of these because they have an amazing selection of shades and colors. But until then, I hope you enjoyed these. Xo

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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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