Too Faced Sugar Pop Review & How to Wear…

DREAM PALETTE ALERT! You know me, I like to be creative with make up and I like cakes. So when Too Faced brought out a palette with a mix of neutral and colourful shades all encased in a macaron printed tin, I knew it was going to be love.

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This is pretty much a perfect palette in my opinion, it comes in a dinky, handbag sized palette which is a durable tin case complete with mirror. The print on the case is adorable and makes such a gorgeous addition to your collection and such a nice gift.

too faced sugar pop palette review with swatches and looks how to wear it uk blog jayne kitsch jayne robinsonInside, you get three larger pans of neutral colours ideal for highlighting and bases: Peach Fuzz, Strawberry Ice and Rock Candy. You also get six smaller pans of your statement colour and a really great mix of quirky colours and neutral: Malted Milk Ball, Macaron, Sugared Violet, Blackberry, Bubblegum and Blue Raspberry- there’s something for everyone.

too faced sugar pop palette review with swatches and looks how to wear it uk blog jayne kitsch jayne robinson

The shades are organised in rows that make up three suggested looks that are outlined in the enclosed information leaflet, perfect for getting started with trying out new looks. I’ve tried out two of the look: Candy Coated and Sweet & Spicy.

Too Faced Sugar Pop: Candy Coated Look

This is my favourite look suggested in the palette using Blue Raspberry over the lid and Bubblegum in the crease, Peach Fuzz is used on the brow bone to neutralize and add a bit of shimmer. I’ve worn this look with Kiko Cosmetics Free Spirit pencil in Typical Dahlia, I love this too.too faced sugar pop palette review with swatches and looks how to wear it uk blog jayne kitsch jayne robinsonDSC_5166 (600x399)Too Faced Sugar Pop Palette: Sweet & Spicy Look

This look is a great twist on a neutral eye look, the orange tones of Macaron really make this pop, with Malted Milk Ball as a liner. Rock Candy is used on the brow bone. Lipstick here is Rimmel Kate Moss Matte Lipstick in Shade 110, I hate Kate Moss but I LOVE this lipstick.

too faced sugar pop palette review with swatches and looks how to wear it uk blog jayne kitsch jayne robinson too faced sugar pop palette review with swatches and looks how to wear it uk blog jayne kitsch jayne robinsonThe final look in the palette is Sugar Plums which is a variation of a smoky eye and probs not something I would wear, so I’ll test out that look at a later date with my own twist as I do love the purples.

Overall, the palette is gorgeous and the quality is great and the shadows have impressive wearing power. Deffo recommend it, can’t find it online at the moment but I know Debenhams stock the range, so keep an eye out.

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4 thoughts on “Too Faced Sugar Pop Review & How to Wear…

  1. I absolutely love the look of this palette, I think the shades Blueberry and Sugared Violets are my favourites, I really need to buy this, especially after reading this post. 🙂

  2. Such beautiful colours!!! I get tempted to buy things like this all the time – but then I find that I never have the chance of wearing them – it’s too much for the office! It’s a shame though, as this looks totally yummy!

  3. This is the most versatile palette I’ve ever seen! I love the turquoise and hot pink together. Your ultra violet hair looks amazing by the way.

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