Sugarpill Cosmetics, Heart Breaker palette – Review!

Hi lovelies! Now I’ve tried Sugarpill’s newest palette for a while and I’m loving it! ❤ I thought I’d tell you a bit about it today, show some swatches and compare the shadows to other eyeshadows. 🙂

The packaging is super pretty and cute, like all the other Sugarpill packaging. The palette itself has a blue cover this time, compared to the two other palettes in the Addicted to pretty collection, ”Sweet Heart” and ”Burning Heart”, which have a pink one. ^-^

The palette contains 4 colors, called Acidberry, Velocity, 2AM and Mochi. They are very vibrant, pigmented and to blend with these colors is super easy!

Here are the swatches I took of the eyeshadows. I’ve built up the colors in the pictures, so that you can see their full potencial! In the first picture, I’ve used a primer and in the second one, I haven’t:

With primer:

Without primer:

As you can see, there’s not a huge difference! I use primer in every look anyway, but I thought I’d show you how amazing the quality of these are, even without one! 😉

Acidberry is a bright, matte lime color, with slightly pearl sheen. This one is the least pigmented out of all of these eyeshadows, but it’s my favorite! The color is just so beautiful and vibrant and as you can see from the swatches, when you build them all up, Acidberry is equally as strong and good as the other colors! 😀

Velocity is the perfect royal blue! It’s a matte, bright eyeshadow! ❤

2AM is a matte, medium purple eyeshadow, with some pearl sheen to it. The color is kind of a mixture between Sugarpill’s Poison Plum and Dollipop, which i like, because it makes it blend very well in with these two!

Mochi is a light aqua, turquise color, which also has a slightly pearl sheen to it. It is matte and the most pigmented shadow in the palette. I think it’s a very unique color, because I’ve never seen one just like it! I’ve compared it with a few colors in this review, but they’re not super close to the color.

Here are a few comparisons:

These are the lime green eyeshadows that I have and I thought I’d compare Acidberry with the other two. Fuji and Acidberry are the most pigmented and as you can see, Acidberry is the most vibrant one out of them all.

Royal Sugar is my absolute favorite eyeshadow, and Velocity is a matte version of it. Very beautiful! ❤ I’ve also compared it to Sugarpill’s Afterparty, if you wanted to see the difference between them. 🙂 The MUG eyeshadow in Neptune can be a dupe for Velocity. MAC’s Marine Ultra pigment is also very close, but it’s a bit powdery and not as pigmented.

The closest eyeshadow I have to 2AM is Makeup Mekka’s shadow in Fetish. But 2AM is slightly darker and has a matte texture. The NYX color in the picture is from my NYX box of eyeshadows and doesn’t have a name.

These eyeshadows aren’t too similar to Mochi, but they were the closest ones I had. Here you can see what a light and beautiful aqua, turquoise color it is! ❤

Here’s a look I did, using all of the colors in the palette:

All in all I’m very happy with this palette! From my personal taste, these colors are perfect! And I know I will be using them a lot, like I do with the other Sugarpill eyeshadows! If I’m going to compare them to Sugarpill’s other two palettes, they are just as pigmented, only lighter than the other shadows. Poison Plum, Love+ and Dollipop are slightly more pigmented though!

The eyeshadows are cruelty free and Acidberry, Mochi and Velocity are vegan as well. Each shadow contains 4 grams/ 0,14 oz of product. The palette costs 34 $ at and you can also get the eyeshadows individually for 12 $ each. I think the price of the palette is great, because of the amazing quality and how much product you get! 😀

I hope this review was helpful! ❤

GlitterGirlC 🙂


23 thoughts on “Sugarpill Cosmetics, Heart Breaker palette – Review!

    • I’m so glad you liked the review, sweetie ^-^ If you’re ever going to save up for eyeshadows, the Sugarpill colors are the ones! Especially, since I know you love bright, gorgeous colors, like I do! ;D

  1. Awesome review! I don’t have any other colours you use to compare Heart Breaker, but it’s good to see how they look together! They make them more unique:)

  2. This is a great review! I love the comparison swatches! It’d be cool if we could do a collaboration look, where we prompt each other with an esoteric statement to see what the other comes up with– then we could write a post on it! What do you think?

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