The Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye shadow is neatly packaged in a metal tin case container that has macaroons imprinted all over it. The metallic tin case is very compact and cute. It comes along with a mirror and a look book. The How to Glamour Guide (look book) has 3 different eye shadow looks that you can create yourself using the Too Faced Sugar Pop Palette.
This Too Faced Sugar Pop Limited Edition Palette consist of 9 eye shadow in three different categories and 3 of the larger shades are good for highlighting. The categories included in this palette going horizontally are Sweet and Spicy (top), Sugar Plums (middle) and Cotton Candy (bottom).
Even though it’s called Sugar Pop the eye shadow does not have a sweet sugary scent as the Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar palette but the packaging and eye shadow surely do look good both on the outside and inside. One thing that I noticed when the lid is flipped it doesn’t stand in an upright position instead the lid flips over way too much unlike the Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar palette that is in an upright position when you open the lid.
Check the description of each shadow below and a guide on how to use each:
Rock Candy is a very pale sparkly gold that can be used as a brow highlighter.
1. Sweep Rock Candy from lashes to brow
2. Blend Macaron onto lid
3. Line upper lash line with Malted Milk Ball
Follow these steps to achieve the Sweet and Spicy look.
|Sweet and Spicy|
Strawberry Ice is a pale pastel lavender with silver shimmer can also be described as a frosty pale pink. Great highlight for the tear duct.
For the Candy Coated category listed above:
1. Press Peach Fuzz from lashes to brow
2. Apply Blue Raspberry onto the lid
3. Smoke Bubblegum into the crease
|From L-R: Sweet and Spicy (Rock Candy, Macaroon, Malted Milk Ball), Sugar Plums (Strawberry Ice, Sugared Violet, Blackberry), and Candy Coated (Peach Fuzz, Bubblegum, Blue Raspberry) swatched with NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in Milk|
The colors are beautiful, very creamy and has a matte finish with a bit of shimmer. Best applied with a primer to get the full effect of this eyeshadow palette. It’s super pigmented.
Get this palette before it’s gone. If you have gotten it already what do you think about it? Is it a hit or miss?