Choose Your Color!
I got this in Royal Sugar, Magpie and Tiara. Now I want the rest!!! I don't use loose pigments too often, but was blown away by the quality of Sugarpill pigments.
The computer can never do these rich and vibrant colors justice. Royal Sugar is a bright, deep, sapphire/royal blue that surprisingly doesn't go over the top. Tiara is a gorgeous silver that reflects surrounding colors and Magpie is a deeper, more complex navy blue shimmer.
I'm not sure if my camera picked up the vibrancy of these colors very well, but I absolutely love them.
The apply soo easily. I just used a NYX base in white and did not dampen my brush at all. I used a flat shader brush to press the pigment in and after 2 hours, no fallout. There was a tiny bit of pigment around my cheeks and nose immediately after applying, but that is normal.
The shipping was very reasonable ($5 flat) and the cost is incredible (only $12!!!). Great, vegan product. I can't wait to try the pressed shadows.
Not personally a huge fan of loose shadows, pigments but these are all so damn beautiful. I only own goldilux but i've swatched the others and they're all absolutely gorgeous. I haven't gotten more because I've been waiting for IMATS but when I do I'm planning on purchasing Tiara and Stella.
If I gave in to my desires I would purchase a huge majority of the shades but the only reason I dont is because I know i'll probably use it once or twice a year since I usually stick to neutrals. I've got to restrict the makeup hoarder that I am but these babies are truly hard to resist.
I love it, but I wish there was a sifter option!
These loose shadows are the cutest and best I've used. I've got a few colours, and I love the shimmer and tiny glitter particles. The best way to use them is definitely with a mixing medium and maybe packing some dry over the wet product.
I love love love these! The only problem I have really is that I wish there was a sifter, but I guess you could find one if you really had to.
This is an amazing pigment! It was soft and blended beautifully.
As for Paperdoll, it is a very soft lavender. It takes an additional layer or so to get opaque covering, but it's worth it! It stayed all day and didn't crease when used with a thin layer of primer underneath. Also, I didn't experience any fall out. However, it is very important that you pack on the pigment before you start blending. This way, you get the most out of the product.
Overall, i'm excited to try out more colors!
Great Vegan Pigments, & Affordable For What Its Worth
These pigments come in a wide range of colors. I am almost done collecting them, but I do remember my first pigment Royal Sugar. These are a great alternative to MAC pigments if you are looking for quantity for your price tag. We all know MAC recently downsized the pigments, and kept the price tag up. Not that its possible to run out of pigments, but its the thought...
I love the range of colors, the vibrancy, the gleam...how intense they get when you add water or a form of a mixing medium.
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These are wonderful!
When I bought all of the pressed Sugarpill eyeshadows, I knew quickly I had to grab some loose ones as well. I nabbed Lumi, Royal Sugar and a sample of Goldilux. They are incredibly pigmented, long lasting, work excellent dry or wet, as shadows or liners, and some even as lip colors! (Lumi, a teal duochrome, on top or in any number of blue-based pink lipsticks looks GORGEOUS!)
I love these so much, I just ordered a few more about an hour ago, and I CANNOT wait 'til they get here! You get a very generous amount of product and they are very much worth every cent you pay since they're insanely pretty and they'll last you forever!