Sugar is sweet, and some desserts are too cute to eat (NOT!), and so this palette really tickled my fancy, especially the adorable packaging! I loved all the soft and bright colors of the Too Faced Sugar Pop Eyeshadow Palette, and it’s really hard for me to fall in love with an entire palette enough to grab it, so this definitely did catch my eye. I admit, I even made the trip out to Ulta before I purchased it, just to swatch it to make sure it did not disappoint.
Seriously photo heavy because it’s just so pretty!
– Sweet & Spicy: Rock Candy, Macaron, and Malted Milk Ball
– Sugar Plums: Strawberry Ice, Sugared Violet, and Blackberry
– Candy Coated: Peach Fuzz, Bubblegum, and Blue Raspberry
Let’s take a closer look at the shadows before I talk about them.
Malted Milk Ball:
L-R: Rock Candy, Strawberry Ice, Peach Fuzz, and Macaron
L-R: Macaron, Malted Milk Ball, Sugared Violet, Blackberry, Bubblegum, and Blue Raspberry
For the look, I used Sugared Violet in the outer to center crease, Malted Milk Ball from center to inner crease, Blue Raspberry on the eyelid, and Blackberry patted onto center to end of eyelid. I really loved this eye look! Not surprised I really gravitated toward the Sugar Plums. I will link to this post when I use the palette for other looks.
When I did the arm swatches of these, they were a little flaky (as in fickle) and kind of dull, BUT when I used a brush and I did use my Jouer Cosmetics Matte Tint in Hazel as a primer, they glided right on with pigment. The brushes I used were from E.L.F. and they picked up the product nice and easy and there was a little fall-out, so I made sure to tap out the brush before applying, so I could minimize the extra that fell to my cheekbones. I did find them really easy to blend, and my E.L.F. brushes did a great job with that, as well. I definitely am glad I picked up this palette and cannot wait to create more sweet looks using it.
Are you sweet or spicy? Or, naughty or nice?
Purchased by me. All opinions are honest and my own.