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


Sugarpill Liquid Lip Swatches!

Hi all! These are are swatches of all the liquid lipsticks that Sugarpill has come out with! These smell great, apply evenly and last very long. These retail for about $18 each and Strange Love was featured in their Feline Fancy! Valentines Day collection. 

Here are all four of the liquid lips! Trinket is packaged differently because I managed to grab one on the limited release on their website. The cute artwork is done by Bei Badgirl.
Here are the bottoms of the lipsticks. The Strange Love one states that it is vegan and they have their names on the bottom with some information about the company and product.

Included with arm swatches are lip swatches of each color! Get ready! 🙂

Here are the arm swatches all labeled for you! Each shade has pretty glitter reflects in it and dry very well.

For the lip swatches, I did them in the same order as the arm swatches to prevent confusion.

Here is Pumpkin Spice. It is a gold/bronze shade that has a lot of glitter in it. This also smells like Pumpkin Spice which is perfect for the fall.
Here is Kimchi. This is a light lavender that has a subtle sparkle. It has blue and purple glitter in it. This one has more sparkle the longer you wear it. It smells like doughnuts. Adorable.
Trinket is such a pretty color. This one is a light coral pink that has gold reflects in it. The longer you wear it the more glittery it becomes. This smells like orange cream and has a nice formula.
The fourth and last shade is Strange Love. What’s nice about this one is that it is a vegan red. This red also has gold sparkle in it and applies nicely with one coat.

That’s it for these guys! I’m hoping that Sugarpill decides to release more liquid lipstick shades because their formula, scent and pigmentation on these is on point!

Sugarpill Pretty Poison Matte Lipstick Swatches!

Hi everybody! I haven’t done any lip swatches in a while. Pretty much because applying them and taking the colors off really hurt and dry out my lips. When the Pretty Poison: Black Edition came out I purchased three out of the four. I don’t own any of the normal edition shades just because I have some like them and I didn’t purchase Shiver just because I have no desire for a blue lipstick. These lipsticks are vegan and cruelty-free and are long lasting, pigmented and single-stroke coverage.

Here are the boxes they come in! I couldn’t part with them because I think they’re cute. I took pictures of all three in a different view so you know what the box looks like for the most part.
Look at how pretty and how many sparkles are on here! The normal Pretty Poison lipsticks are pink and white capsules and the black edition is what you see here. These appeal to me on a whole new level.

Okay as we all know with lipstick swatches, I do an arm swatch and then how it looks on the lips! Let’s get started! 

Here are the arm swatches! As you can see, these swatched evenly and they’re not patchy. They also smell like orange cream. Yum.

I’m going to start with the lip swatches now in the same order as they appear above!

Here is the first one, Anti-socialite. This is a beautiful dark red that is similar to Unicorn Blood by Jeffree Star. I love dark shades so I adore this. It goes on very smooth, you don’t have to apply much pressure.
Here is Dark Sided. I love purples so of course I love this. The formula is a bit stiff. You do have to press harder but nothing crazy.
And lastly, here is Zero. I switched this one before in my Battle of the Black Lipstick post. This is one of the nicer blacks out there just because you don’t have to apply it a thousand times for coverge. The formula is in between Anti-socialite and Dark Sided in stiffness.

Overall, I’m happy with these and they’re worth the money. They are $20 each or $80 for the entire bundle. I’m not sure if they’re permanent in the line but hopefully so!

Sugarpill and Four Single Shadow Swatches!

Hi! I know I said before I was done completely with swatching Sugarpill. I was done with palettes haha. I have four shades that were never put in a palette and then eventually I will swatch the three loose pigments that I also have. Okay, this post includes one limited edition shade, a collaboration shade, a beautiful shimmer and a really epic black shade.

Here are the singles! I love how nice the packaging is on these. I’m a sucker for adorable things ❤❤
Here are the backs to these shadows! I love how the backs are designed. Kimchi has lips on the bottom as opposed to the heart with the cross in it. Pumpkin Spice was the limited edition. I apologize for how bulletproof looks. He’s been through a lot. 

Here are your swatches! 🙂 

There you have the four shades that were not in a palette! I’m not sure if Pumpkin Spice is still around but these can be snagged on Sugarpill’s website for $13 each!

Battle of the Black Lipsticks!

In my opinion, not all black lipsticks are universal. They vary in shade, consistency, drying and how much they actually cover. I swatched the four black lipsticks that I own so you can see the differences and hear some pros and cons of each! Enjoy!

To be honest, I only have four different black lipsticks. I don’t really see a point in having a thousand of them. There’s Black Moon Cosmetics, Makeup Monsters, Melt Cosmetics and Sugarpill.
Here are the bottoms of the lipsticks. We have some described as extra matte and matte. 

I did lip swatches and an arm swatch of all these for you so you can see how different they are.

Here are the four for you. This was taken maybe five minutes after I swatched them so they could be fully dry. You can see how some are darker and lighter than the others in comparison.

Here are some lip swatches! We’ll go in the same order as they’re arm swatched! Yay!

This one is my favorite out of the four. It is a liquid matte. It smells like vanilla and is a thicker and less runny formula. It dries very fast and isn’t patchy. It lasts super long and is comfortable to wear and doesn’t dry out my lips.
This one does need two coats to cover fully. It takes time to dry and depending how even you apply it, it can be patchy. It removes pretty well and does have a nice matte finish.
I love this one. To be honest, I think the lipsticks look better than the liquid mattes. This is with two coats but feels non-sticky, is even and doesn’t look super obnoxious. It also smells like vanilla!
This one is a bit lighter than the others. I did use two coats but has a very nice feel and wear to it. It also smells like orange cream! Yeah! This one is nice and subtle, where it looks almost natural.

There you have it! I would have to say that out of all of these, Melt’s Bane is my absolute favorite. It is matte, not sticky or drying, smells great and long lasting.

Sugarpill Feline Fancy Makeup Collection Swatches!

Ugh. This collection is just so cute and 100% vegan. Yes. A beautiful vegan red is included and so is a liquid lip in the shade ‘Strange Love’. I’ll give you some background on this collection for you. This was an adorable release on Valentine’s Day this year. The box art was illustrated by Brandi Milne. It is limited edition and so. worth. the. money. There’s going to be a lot of photos in this one so get ready!

Here’s the adorable box! The design and color scheme just scream Valentine’s Day! 🙂
Here’s how it comes packaged! The liquid lip is right next to the adorable palette.
Here’s the back of the palette. The illustrated chocolates are just too cute! The back also states that all four shades are vegan. Yes!
How. Adorable. Is. This???? This palette is very tiny and travel friendly. The shades are decent sized and all blend seamlessly. I decided to add the liquid lip in there for extra cuteness.
Here are the swatches! Every shade was an absolute dream on both applications. Kiss Kiss has a really nice gold shift with the velvet red. Text me is a really buttery matte beige that helps bring every shade together in this palette.

And lastly…

Here is a lip swatch of Strange Love. The smell is non chemical, it actually smells like orange cream. This shade is a red with a gold shift that intensifies when you smack your lips together. It isn’t drying and lasts pretty long 🙂

That’s it for this adorable collection! Make sure to grab yours before it goes out of stock!

Sugarpill Sparkle Baby Palette Swatches!

Hey everybody! Today we have the Sugarpill Sparkle Baby palette! This was on their website at one time but along with the Cold Chemistry palette they’re only available in singles. This palette is set up the same way. It has four pastel shades that make you feel like a princess.

How cute?! I love the cat with the crown and the girly packaging.
Here’s the back! I can only gush so much about how cute it is! The shades are listed in the hearts. They remind me of Valentine’s Day candies! The shades are named: Kitten Parade, Frostine, Candy Crush, and Hotsy Totsy.
Here are the shades! Aren’t they adorable! The mirror is super cute and the shades are such a good variation of color. FYI, Kitten Parade doubles as a really fantastic blush!

And here are the swatches!

Here they are! In advance I do apologize for the light in my workspace. I do enjoy taking pictures in dim light and natural light because as humans were not under bright lights all the time and it is nice to see how it looks in average or normal light. I digress but let’s get back to the swatches. Kitten Parade is this adorable gold shimmer. Frostine is a beautiful pastel purple that combines really well with Candy Crush to inspire a mermaid look! 🙂 Hotsy Totsy is a beautiful magenta that is a bit chalky but blends wonderfully.

That’s about it for this palette! If you are looking for a nice pastel palette for all your princess needs, this would be it!