10/05/2015

Too Faced Sugar Pop eyeshadow palette review

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You know how much I love Too Faced, it's quickly becoming my favourite higher-end brand! So when I saw this gorgeous and oh-so-cute Sugar Pop eyeshadow palette* I got a real sugar rush. It has nine gorgeously sweet shades ranging from darker and safe ones to colourful and fun bright ones. As always, there are three "bases" which can help to create a different shade and a completely unique look. It's full of shimmer and glitter - what I love - and all the shades are named after a delicious treats like Macaron, Strawberry Ice, Bubblegum and Rock Candy - seriously, what's not to love?! As always, the quality of the eyeshadows is excellent, they are extremely pigmented - you get a real colour payoff with these ones, they blend very easily and simply make your eyes sprakle and pop. It's such fun palette for summer, vacation and festivals. Of course there is also a signature Glamour Guide attached with three different looks to get you started - I always like these and use them for inspiration and I think it's such nice addition to get in the palette. Everything is encased in the irresistibly cute packaging - it will definitely stand out in anyone's makeup collection. 


Simply get yourself some sugar and get this Too Faced Sugar Pop palette now!

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34 comments:

  1. LOVE how you have photographed this! It's a stunning palette <3 xx

    zaras-bowsandpearls.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Thank you Zara, I was trying hard to make the best snaps! :)

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  2. This is such a pretty vibrant palette - I just don't think I would use all the shades enough to buy it.
    http://www.letstalkbeauty.co.uk/

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    1. I don't have enough palettes with the bright shades, so this one was a very much welcomed addition!

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  3. Oooooh I'm hungry for macaroons now! This looks a great palette, with some beautiful colours. The glamour guide sounds extremely useful too, especially for beginners like me!

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    1. I love these neat little Glamour Guides - they really are useful!

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  4. I'm totally not much of a coloured shadow lover but there's just something about the macarons on the packaging that make me completely want this!

    Lorna | www.studsanddreams.com xx

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  5. This palette looks gorgeous! I love the bright colours to go underneath my bottom lashes x
    Emma | Emmys Blog

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    1. That's an excellent tip, I'm gonna try it out soon!

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  6. I love these bright colours
    xo
    www.laurajaneatelier.com

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  7. This looks like such a fun palette, I love the bright shades and of course the cute packaging. TooFaced have really pulled this off so well x

    Beauty with charm

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    1. I totally agree with you, they always come with the cutest packaging and the best quality!

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  8. Oooo this is so pretty. The shades look very similar to a Makeup Revolution palettes, except they have more shade choice. I love your photography too x

    Kate | A British Sparkle

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    1. Thanks Kate, I only ever tried standard nude Makeup Revolution palettes, so I don't know how is the quality with the brighter shades. I may check them out.

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  9. This looks beautiful! Perfect for summer!
    Kirsty x


    PrettyBugBlog.

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    1. I can't wait to use it for a festival makeup look!

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  10. I have a chocolate bar palette from Too Faced and I LOVE IT. Must give this a try as well. I mean, it has macarons on it. What more do you need!?

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    1. I also have Chocolate Bar palette and I cannot wait for the Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar palette to come out this year in the UK! :) You need it then!

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  11. This has to be the cutest palette, I really love the shades! Your photography is awesome as well!

    The Velvet Black // UK Style & Beauty Blog

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  12. These pictures are amazing I could eat all those macaroons!
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