As many of you Sugarpill freaks know, they just released their new palette, The Heart Breaker Palette, May 18th. I was pretty excited about it. I ordered mine at 12:15 am on the 18th, kind of expecting it to sell out quickly. Needless to say, I was happy with the purchase, but even MORE happy when I finally got it. No, you will not see un-boxing pics becuase that's just boring. Rather, I did some comparison shots compared to my other two Sugarpill palettes (The Cold Heart and Burning Heart palettes). SO without further adieu, let the fun begin!
Like always, I got a free sticker with my palette as well as a sample of magentric which wont be pictured becuase I gave it away before I took pics. I really like the new stickers too!!
The picture below is one of the old box compared to the new box. (I wrote on my boxes becuase the burning heart and cold heart palettes were impossible to decipher from the outside which was which)
Very cute packaging to say the least...I like that they used the word "delicious" becuase they really are!!
I am loving the blue instead of the pink on the new palette too! Glad to see them change more then the just the colors inside...
This is a no flash picture. The colors by name are (clockwise from the top):
- Acidberry- A super neon chartruse green matte shadow. I will say this one is my fav color in the whole palette.
- Velocity- A deep royal blue matte shadow, reminds me of a pressed, non-sparkly version of royal sugar.
- Mochi- A light seafoam green with a silver sheen. I would love an old chevy painted this exact color...
- 2am- Light red based purple magenta with a tiny hint of blue, sparkly sheen.
In the next picture, I took the new Heart Breaker palette and put it next to my Cold Heart palette. I mainly did this so that everyone could compare 2am to poison plum, and velocity to afterparty.
This is a close up of the pans with flash. This is a good picture to see the blueish sheen in the 2am and silvery sheen in the Mochi. Acidberry and Velocity appear to have some sheen, but I dont think they do, they apply very matte.
One thing I did notice about this palette is that 3 out of 4 of the colors are kind of powdery upon swatching. Later, I used it for a look to put on this blog, and they applied with very little to no fallout which was good for me. I was a little worried with I saw how dusty they were. Ended up being not being a big deal...
This picture was before I blew the access off...
AFTER I blew off the powder. My swatch was done over dry skin, no primer. Also, with no flash in natural sunlight. Even for being on dry skin, they are very pigmented and velvety.
Lastly, this is the look I created only using colors from this palette. The colors are wonderful to work with, easy to blend and build-able. The only editing I did to this pic was a crop. Those are true to the color with a flash.
I hope you all loved this review and my swatches. <3 ya!