Too Faced Sugar Pop Palette Review

FullSizeRender (5)

Today I thought I would do a review for you guys. Too Faced recently released their Sugar Pop Palette, which is a limited edition release for Summer.  The palette contains nine candy inspired shadows, only one of which is truly matte. It comes in small metal mirrored case, adorned with adorable macarons. The packaging on this is definitely A+. It is bright and eye catching, and totally matches the shadows inside.

FullSizeRender (6)

This palette has an interesting shade selection. Some of the colors look like they would not work together, but I ended up being pleasantly surprised. I am normally a person who only wears natural eye shadows, but I found myself wanting to experiment a little more with colors. I think that this palette is perfect for those who want to try some fun colors but don’t want to go too far out of their comfort zone. With this palette, you can do a full-out crazy color look, or do mostly neutral with a pop.

FullSizeRender (7)

A look inside the palette. Blackberry is completely matte, and the others have shimmer.FullSizeRender (8)

From Left to Right:

Rock Candy– A light, shimmery cream color, with some orange undertones. This makes a great base color as well as inner corner highlight and brow bone highlight. Pigmented and Blendeable

Macaron– A beautiful electric blood orange color. One of my favorites in the palette

Malted Milk Ball– This is the only disappointment of the whole palette. It is a beautiful glittery brown color, but unfortunately, it is essentially unusable as there is so much fallout, and it is not very pigmented.

Strawberry Ice– This is a truly unique color. It looks lavender in some light, but at other times it looks like a beuatiful shimmery light pink. It makes a great all over lid color.

Sugared Violet– A richly pigmented blue-purple. You have to pack on the color a bit to get the best pay off.

Blackberry Ice– This one is a little bit odd in relation to the other colors in the palette, but it is a buttery matte blackberry color.

Peach Fuzz- This color is pretty similar to Rock Candy, only it pulls a little more orange. It is very shimmery, blendeable and beautiful.

Bubblegum– A crazy-pigmented electric pink color. This color looks amazing paired with Blue Raspberry or Macaroon.

Blue Raspberry– This is BRIGHT blue that has some beautiful green undertones. It looks great paired with bubblegum, and also looks beautiful when packed in the outer corner of Peach Fuzz or Rock Candy.

All in all, this palette is a good value for the money. I find that the majority of them are very pigmented and easy to work with. The palette retails for $36. There are a lot of fun combinations that can be made with these shadows, and all of the colors are perfect for summer. If you are looking for a summer palette, this one is certainly worth consideration. My only regret is the Malted Milk Ball shade, but I still think that the Sugar Pop Palette is a worthy investment.

I would love to hear anybody else’s thoughts on this palette or anything else for that matter. Please leave a comment.

3 thoughts on “Too Faced Sugar Pop Palette Review

Leave a Comment

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s