Sugarpill Cosmetics

Sugarpill Cosmetics

Sugarpill Cosmetics was founded by Amy Doan in 2010. Known for it's vibrant, vivid, highly pigmented formulas, the company first began selling eyeshadows and soon branched out to lipcolor along with makeup tools and lashes. Their products are made in California, are vegan and cruelty-free. They are headquarted in Los Angeles.

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Overall rating
4.4
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84%
would repurchase
4.4
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Overall rating
84%
would repurchase

Recent Sugarpill Cosmetics Reviews

Pressed Shadow - Diamond Eyes

I bought Diamond Eyes on sale, which I believe was being held to clear out discontinued items. Full price it was $13 and on sale it was $7.80. This shimmer shadow is on the sheer side, but if you are looking for a white shimmery inner-corner highlight or topper this could be what you are looking for. It also makes for a fantastic highlighter, which is what I use it most often for. If it is still available I highly recommend trying to grab one as they are on sale and are high quality.

Pressed Shadow - Diamond Eyes
5.0
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17 days ago

I bought Diamond Eyes on sale, which I believe was being held to clear out discontinued items. Full price it was $13 and on sale it was $7.80. This shimmer shadow is on the sheer side, but if you are looking for a white shimmery inner-corner highlight or topper this could be what you are looking for. It also makes for a fantastic highlighter, which is what I use it most often for. If it is still available I highly recommend trying to grab one as they are on sale and are high quality.


Pressed Eyeshadow - Suburbia

Suburbia is a shade that I easily pan over and over again. I use it as both an eyeshadow and a blush, so it's getting a lot of use from me. Suburbia is a gorgeous coral (very peach leaning) shadow with a matte finish and comes in a huge 36mm pan. As an eyeshadow it packs and blends very well. It's not patchy and diffuses nicely. It's opaque with little building needed and it matches the color in the pan. I get great wear time out of this shadow. Sugarpill's formula is on the drier side, which I prefer with my oily eyelids. As a blush this gives a very natural peachy, flush to the skin. I usually do my bronzer and then apply Suburbia over my cheeks, top of the forehead and the bridge of my nose. The peachy color blends very well with bronzer for a sun kissed look. It also works well on it's own for days I don't wear bronzer. I definitely recommend Suburbia as it's a great, versatile product. I hope Sugarpill never discontinues this shade.

Pressed Eyeshadow - Suburbia
5.0
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2 months ago

Suburbia is a shade that I easily pan over and over again. I use it as both an eyeshadow and a blush, so it's getting a lot of use from me. Suburbia is a gorgeous coral (very peach leaning) shadow with a matte finish and comes in a huge 36mm pan. As an eyeshadow it packs and blends very well. It's not patchy and diffuses nicely. It's opaque with little building needed and it matches the color in the pan. I get great wear time out of this shadow. Sugarpill's formula is on the drier side, which I prefer with my oily eyelids. As a blush this gives a very natural peachy, flush to the skin. I usually do my bronzer and then apply Suburbia over my cheeks, top of the forehead and the bridge of my nose. The peachy color blends very well with bronzer for a sun kissed look. It also works well on it's own for days I don't wear bronzer. I definitely recommend Suburbia as it's a great, versatile product. I hope Sugarpill never discontinues this shade.

Pressed Eyeshadow - Suburbia
5.0
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2 months ago

I decided to give Suburbia a try after hearing so many rave reviews about it. At $10 for a pan (or $13 for a compact) you are getting a lot of product for a pretty reasonable price. This eyeshadow applies smoothly and blends very easily. This pinky-coral shade looks pretty natural on my pale skin and even works well as a blush! I have had zero issues or complaints about this color or the quality of the product. I would repurchase this and I would recommend it to others.

Pressed Eyeshadow - Suburbia
5.0
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2 months ago

I decided to give Suburbia a try after hearing so many rave reviews about it. At $10 for a pan (or $13 for a compact) you are getting a lot of product for a pretty reasonable price. This eyeshadow applies smoothly and blends very easily. This pinky-coral shade looks pretty natural on my pale skin and even works well as a blush! I have had zero issues or complaints about this color or the quality of the product. I would repurchase this and I would recommend it to others.