|Finally! Sugarpill's Sparkle Baby palette!|
No expenses spared on the cuteness factor. It's ridiculously adorable, just like all of Sugarpill's packaging. The palette is a sturdy, well made, magnetic cardboard which makes it easy to open and close. If you have the Cold Chemistry palette, it's the exact same thing except I feel the mirror on this is a lot more practical. Example!
|Took a really quick picture with my phone = crap quality, sorry!|
I've used the palette quite a few times, filmed a tutorial with it too and I have no complaints. My only issue is my lighting and camera, I'm STILL trying to figure it out but no matter what I do, it's hard to show off the colors in pictures for me. No idea but that's a rant for another day. Here are how the colors look, close up in the palette.
On to the part that gave me the most issues, swatches. I really need to figure out how to use this camera because this was just tedious, the colors came out too dark and muddy looking or too light and washed out so here is my best efforts!
I also used all of these colors, as well as most of the colors from the Cold Chemistry palette in my latest tutorial ( viewable HERE )
There we have it! I would highly recommend this palette. All of the colors are fairly easy to work with, are beautiful, and just so very typical Sugarpill! I do not think you will be disappointed and like I said, VERY much worth the wait. The price ($34.00), packaging, amount of product, and the product itself all seem well worth it, give it a try if you think so too!