Create shimmering, celestial eye looks with the Little Twin Stars Eye Shadow Palette from Sugarpill Cosmetics. Six shades of vibrant eye color in an array of finishes double as highlighters for as many dreamy looks as you can imagine.
This palette is limited edition—once it’s gone, it’s gone for good!
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This is my first sugarpill purchase and it will not be my last i love the shadows they are very pigmented and buttery i wish it had more matte shadows but other than that it’s perfect
My first Sugarpill purchase so at first I didn’t know what to expect. Got my palette yesterday and omg I wanna get another to stock up!! If only this was a permanent item...sigh. The pink shade isn’t the brightest pink it’s a soft baby pink and that light blue shade i used as my highlighter and it is blinding. I didn’t even wet my brush for the gold shade and I love it. Can’t wait to use this palette some more! Wishing I woulda got the lippies too ugh
I was really excited to buy this palette, but the pigmentation is disappointing. I have to spray my brush to even get some of the colors to show up.
Shadows had sheer pigmentation and were not easy to build up. Had to spray my blush before each application and even then i needed to add layers on top of it
I love this palette from the packaging to the colors and formula. They’re smooth and very easy to blend. The foiled shadows seem flaky but as soon as you smooth over them they melt into each other and look seamless. I regret not getting the whole collection.
This palette’s texture is very unique...just like all of sugarpill’s shadows. It’s almost a putty texture like those Stila hilighters, but drier. I think the formulation focuses more on blendability and fallout control rather than pigmentation. If you’re someone who loves high saturation I really wouldn’t recommend this. But the design is so adorable and the shadows are nice for a quick wash of sheer color.
I was so excited when sugar pill came out with the twins collection. I love festive makeup especially palettes. I have too many to count! This particular one is in my top ten favs!
Recently I went to the Los Angeles IMATs show where they showcase various makeup artists and brands. I purchased a few items from Sugarpill. I was pleased with their formulation and jumped at the chance to get this palette. The eyeshadows are creamy, & little fallout. For pastel colors, they don't need to be paired too much with matte eyeshadows. The final selling point is the adorable Sanrio collaboration. To hear more details and see a look, please check out my YouTube video: https://youtu.be/C45Zj9sGT50
Sugarpill has not come to my attention until this Black Friday sales! After several quick Youtube reviews on the shades and consideration of usability, I felt that I can play something with this palette, and the sales pushed me even more for it! I was thinking about the set with lippie as well coz I like the bright pink but studied that the green blue is more dull in real and both colors I am less likely to use so I went with only the palette.
I was thrilled when I first have them swatched on my skin, the colors are so sweet! After playing with it for few days, I gather that this can be my on the go palette for hols as I can have it with multiple eyes look and highlight! It gives a normal daily look with any combination of Dream Dust, Sky Candy, Twinkle Twinkle and Wish, or a playful look for outings by bringing in Star Ribbon to the combi yet without a 'what are you doing?' or 'are you okay?'outcome, or if you want a exaggerate cold play look, it can be built up too! But for build up, I find it better with fingers if you do not do wet your brush. The colors are much prettier applied with combination than single shade alone. For highlight, I have Cloud Maker for cheek bone with Too Faced Rainbow Strobing Brush, that makes the highlight applied evenly and solidly than my Sigma F37, and nose bridge with first Dream Dust and coat appropriately with Cloud Maker. Remembered one of the Youtuber mentioned Sky Candy can be used as blush as well but I yet try that :)