Two Looks Using Sugarpill Edward Scissorhands Limited Edition Palette

Last month, I reported about one of my favourite brands, Sugarpill launching a very special limited edition palette to celebrate the Edward Scissorhands 25th Anniversary, I’m pleased to say that I’ve got one! And it’s beautiful. I’ve created two looks with it to show you the diversity and performance of the colours. I got mine from UK seller, CutECOsmetics, they’re out at the moment but I believe they are getting one more shipment so keep an eye out for this limited edition beauty!

Sugarpill Edward Scissorhands 25th Anniversary Limited Edition Palette Review and Swatch and Details of UK Stockist

I’m not a pro at swatches and close up photography of products, so if you’d like to see those kinda photos of this gorgeous palette check out my other post with the official photos from Sugarpill themselves. I’m not going to attempt those photos, other people are better than me at that. Anyway, here’s the first look I created with the palette.

Look 1 – All the Pastels!

Sugarpill Edward Scissorhand 25th Anniversary Palette Review, Swatches and Looks UK Stockist by Jayne Kitsch

I used Home Sweet Home in the inner of the eye which is a super soft blue matte shade, it’s super pretty. Suburbia on my cheeks and outer corners of the eyes which is a pretty matte pastel peach. I neutralised the brow bone with Heart-Shaped Cookie which is the perfect matte vanilla biscuit shade and lovely for a mattifying base, it’s pretty much my skin tone.

Sugarpill Edward Scissorhand 25th Anniversary Palette Review, Swatches and Looks UK Stockist by Jayne Kitsch

A tiny touch of Castle on the Hill was used to add depth to the socket, it’s a chocolate shade with a touch of purple. Highlight on the eyes came from Ice Angel, my fave in the palette which is a white shimmer with blue highlights, very similar to Sugarpill’s Lumi Chromalust. I finished the eyes with a flick of Illamasqua Precision Ink in Wisdom.

Sugarpill Edward Scissorhand 25th Anniversary Palette Review, Swatches and Looks UK Stockist by Jayne Kitsch

Suburbia worked perfectly as a blush too and I used Phee’s Make Up Tips Original Glow Highlight Powder on the cheekbones and a lip pencil from Kiko Cosmetics.

Look 2- Dark and Mysterious

Sugarpill Edward Scissorhand 25th Anniversary Palette Review, Swatches and Looks UK Stockist by Jayne Kitsch

This is a different look for me, I hardly ever do dark eyeshadows on the eyes, but as I wanted to wear this OCC Lip Tar in Matte Black Dahlia I thought it was best to keep eyes simple. It’s definitely not my neatest work, but shows you how diverse this pretty palette can me.

Sugarpill Edward Scissorhand 25th Anniversary Palette Review, Swatches and Looks UK Stockist by Jayne Kitsch

I used Heart-Shaped Cookie all over the lid as a neutralising base and then The Inventor, a shimmering blue toned black, a slate colour on the outer edges and crease and a little on the lower lashline for liner. A dab of Ice Angel in the corners and brow bones add a pretty shimmer. Suburbia on the cheeks again, which is such a nice blush!Sugarpill Edward Scissorhand 25th Anniversary Palette Review, Swatches and Looks UK Stockist by Jayne Kitsch

LOVE this lipstick too, I just need some practise applying and a good liner to define and prevent bleeding. Anyway, if you love this palette it’s going to be super rare any day now, so don’t hesitate picking if up if you spot it. The original batch sold out at Sugarpill in less than 24 hours. Still love that such a cool indie brand won such a big collab, I hope it’s brought them lots of new fans.

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3 thoughts on “Two Looks Using Sugarpill Edward Scissorhands Limited Edition Palette

    1. Thank you Chrissie, it is a really lovely palette. I’ve seen such a wide variety of looks using it and they are all such great colours. Shame it’s limited edition as I’m sure they would have sold LOADS if it was all year round.

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