Sugarpill is another brand I've wanted to try for a while and when I 've come across the Sparkle Baby palette and its pastel shades I thought it could be perfect for spring.
The packaging is different from everything I had before, it's super cute but maybe a bit corny too. It shuts really well, doesn't open as easily as other cardboard palettes I've got. It contains four eyeshadows, each pan is 3.5 g so you get a good amount for your money.
The shades are candy-like and to me Frostine (lilac) and Candy Crush (mint) are very unique, I haven't had similar colours before, I was excited to try them.
Frostine - a lovely lilac with a tiny sheen, my favourite out of all. It's such a subtle colour that I was worried it won't be pigmented enough but it's great, the texture is silky and blends easily. It doesn't have any fallout either, I think it is the best quality eyeshadow in this palette.
Candy Crush - mint with silver shimmer. The pigmentation is excellent but this one is very powdery just like Kitten Parade and it applies unevenly too, I need to build it a lot.
Hotsy Totsy - bright fuchsia with good pigmentation but it's dry and powdery although not as badly as Candy Crush or Kitten Parade. It has pink and silver glitters but they are not visible on the lids. It's also a bit uneven and need to build it up slowly.
Once applied on a good primer they all stay on for about 9 hours without fading. I have mixed feelings, to be honest I expected more from the Sparkle Baby palette. I love these shades but the fallout and the application of some of the eyeshadows are disappointing. I also think instead of the bright pink colour there could be another soft pastel shade but it might be just me. I wouldn't say I regretted buying it though because I reach for the pastel shadows quite a lot, they really refresh my everyday makeup looks.
The Sugarpill Sparkle Baby palette is available online here for 19.95 Ł right now.