Review and swatches: LunatiCK Cosmetic Labs!

Hi sweethearts! ❤

This will be a review of the makeup company LunatiCK Cosmetic Labs! I was sent some samples of some of their eyeshadows, a primer and a lip stick, to try out. I’ve used them in some of my looks now, as you can see below, and I’d like to share with you my thoughts about their products. 🙂

LunatiCK Cosmetic Labs offers eyeshadow palettes, loose eyeshadows, lipsticks, SFX, glitter and more. Their products are also cruelty free, vegan and talc free, which I love! 😀

lunatick cosmetic labs

At the bottom right in this picture, you can see their eyeshadow primer. It is white, which makes any eyeshadow color pop and it also applies very smoothly!

Eyeshadow swatches:

Lunatick cosmetic labs swatches

Menus is a warm, matte purple, which is very smooth and easy to apply.

Cyanide is a neon orange shade, with some gold sparkles. It has a matte texture and applies well.

Poison Apple is a matte, lime green. This one is a bit chunky and doesn’t cover very well. So, be sure to use a primer and a white base or LunatiCK Cosmetic Labs’ own white primer, before applying this eyeshadow. Also, it goes from being a litght lime green when you apply it, to more of a medium lime when you’ve worn it for a few minutes.

Toxicity is a matte, baby blue color. This one also goes from being a baby blue at first, to a medium blue after a few minutes. It’s a bit chunky and doesn’t cover evenly unless you use a good eye primer.

The Yellow Pill is a light yellow shadow, with tiny gold sparkles to it. This one is very smooth and blends well.

All of these eyeshadows are very pretty! The first 4 shadows are from the Toxic Palette, which is $25, while The Yellow Pill is from the Asylum Palette, which also costs $25.

In this Donald Duck inspired look, I’m using Cyanide, Toxicity and The Yellow Pill.

Toxicity, Cyanide and The Yellow Pill

In this Dog Paws look I’m using Menus on the lid and the shadow Pinhead (inner corner), which you can see a swatch of below.

dog paws

Here are some swatches of their Kromatick Silk loose eyeshadows:

Lunatick cosmetick labs swatches 3

Psycho is a deep, redish brown with blue sparkles. This is the only one of the Kromatick Silk shades that’s a bit chunky, but it applies well.

Dr. Jekyll (or Dr. Jekell as it says on their site) is a shimmery, true gold. It’s smooth and blends easily. This is the perfect dupe for Sugarpill Cosmetic’s loose eyeshadow in Goldilux, which you can see from my look below.

Dracula’s Dream is a shimmery, blue and purple duo chrome. This one is also smooth and it covers very well.

Freddy’s Back! is a shimmery, dark pink. It applies well and is easy to blend.

Pinhead is a shimmery silver color, which is beautiful as an inner corner highlight. I used it as that in the Dog Paws look, above.

All of the Kromatick Silk shadows are so smooth, pigmented and applies like a dream! I love these beauties and will definitely recommend them! Each of the loose shadows costs $12 and you get 20 grams of product.

In this look I’ve used Dr. Jekell at the inner and outer part of the lid, and in the middle I’ve used Sugarpill’s Goldilux, so you can see how similar these two shadows are!

lunatick cosmetick labs jekell

A few more eyeshadow swatches:

Lunatick cosmetic labs swatches 2

Sister Mary is a pure matte white. It’s a bit chunky, but it’s pigmented and applies well.

Confinement is a very dark brown, almost black shadow. It’s matte, covers well and blends easily.

Red Rum Red is a dark, rusty red, with a satin finish. This one is very smooth and has a good coverage.

Amberzombie & Ditch is a beautiful royal blue with turquoise sparkles. It’s very similar to Sugarpill’s loose eyeshadow in Royal Sugar.

All of these shadows are very pigmented! Sister Mary and Confinement are from LCL’s Asylum Palette. Red Rum Red and Amberzombie & Ditch are from their Zombie Defense Palette, and they are both super smooth and blend nicely! The Zombie Defense Palette costs $25 and contains 6 shadows.

In this Goofy inspired look I’m using Amberzombie & Ditch on my lid, mixed with the Illamasqua sealing gel.

Amberzombie and Ditch

Below, you can see 3 swatches of the shadow Toxicity, applied over different primers. In the left swatch I used Too Faced Shadow Insurance as a base and it doesn’t show up too much. In the middle, I’m using NYX Jumbo eye pencil in Milk, which gives a vibrant and nice finish. For the right swatch, I used LCL’s own primer. It makes the shadow a lot more vibrant, but it leaves a bit more cracks in the shadow. You can also see from this swatch that the baby blue is starting to become more of a medium blue. So, I would recommend using a primer and NYX Milk as a base for the lime and the baby blue color, or LCL’s primer. The rest of the shadows looks good with any primer underneath!


ApocalipSTICK swatch:

Lunatick cosmetics Sucker Punch PinkThis is one of their lip sticks (or ApocalipSTICK), in Sucker Punch Pink. It’s the perfect neon pink, applies smoothly and smells like delicious lemon cake! 😉 It costs $7,50.

Overall, I really like their products! The eyeshadows are so beautiful, pigmented and blends nicely! The lip stick is smooth and super vibrant, and the primer makes the eyeshadows pop!

You can get all of LunatiCK Cosmetic Labs’ products, HERE! 😀

I hope this review was helpful! ❤ Have an amazing day!

GlitterGirlC 🙂

Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Review and look! :D

Hi cuties! ❤

Today I’m reviewing the Cold Chemistry palette by Sugarpill Cosmetics! ❤ The packaging of this palette is so gorgeous, with the diamonds and the broken glass! And I love that the colors on the packaging represent all the shadows in the palette! 😀

It consists of 4 eyeshadows: Diamond Eyes, Soot & Stars, Subterranean and Elemental Chaos. These colors are definitely different from all the other bright and colorful Sugarpill shadows. These are more dark and glamorous, which represents the beautiful Amelia Arsenic, that Sugarpill collaborated with to make this palette! ^-^

sugarpill cold chemistry palette

sugarpill cold chemistry palette

Here are the swatches of the shadows. I used Too Faced Shadow Incuranse as a primer.

sugarpill cold chemistry swatches

Subterranean: This is a peacock green with navy blue undertones. It has green sparkles and a metallic look to it!

Elemental Chaos: A shimmery, dark grape color. This one also has navy blue undertones and it looks very metallic.

Diamond Eyes: A shimmery, frosty white shadow. I think it is beautiful to place as a highlight at the inner corner of the eye.

Soot & Stars: This is a gunmetal/black eyeshadow with lots of gorgeous, colorful sparkles to it!

subterranean and elemental chaos swatches cold chemistry

Here you can see swatches of Subterranean and Elemental Chaos in different lightings and angles. You can see in the picture below that they are quite metallic! 🙂

subterranean and elemental chaos swatches cold chemistry sugarpill

My overall thoughts about these eyeshadows, is that they are very pigmented and easy to blend, like all the other Sugarpill eyeshadows! 😀 They are a bit powdery, like most pigmented shadows, so tap off the extra shadow from your brush before application, so you get as little fall out as possible! They are easy to apply and look very soft and smooth on the eyes!

The colors look good and vibrant both with and without a primer, and they are all very sparkly and I love that the sparkle stay in place on the eyes! So, I definitely love all the shadows! ❤

Each of the eyeshadows are 3,5 grams / 0,12 oz. Each shadow costs $12 seperately, which means that the total value of the palette is $48. The palette costs $34, so you save $14 by buying the whole palette in stead of buying the shadows individually. I think it’s an awesome price considering the amount of product you get and the wonderful quality!

You can get the palette, HERE! This is my affiliate link, which you can use if you want to! 🙂

Now, on to the look I did using all the shadows in this palette! 😉

cold chemistry makeup look

Video tutorial:

Products used:

  • Too Faced – Shadow Insurance
  • NYX – Jumbo eye pencils in Milk and Black Bean
  • Sugarpill – Eyeshadows in Subterranean, Elemental Chaos, Soot & Stars and Diamond Eyes
  • Makeup Geek – Gel liner in Immortal
  • L’Oreal – Super Liner in Carbon Gloss
  • L’Oreal – False lash wings mascara
  • Elise – Purple false eyelashes

cold chemistry makeup look sugarpill cosmetics

sugarpill cold chemistry makeup look

sugarpill cold chemistry palette makeup look

I hope you liked both the look and the review! Have a wonderful week! 😀

GlitterGirlC 🙂

Sugarpill Electro Cute – Makeup look and Review!

Hi darlings! ❤

A couple of weeks ago I got the new neon pigments by Sugarpill Cosmetics, called ElectroCutes! 😀 I have been drooling over these since I saw a picture of them from IMATS LA last summer, and now they are finally available online! I’m so excited! ❤ I’ve used these since I got them, to test out which primers are best to use with them, how long the glitter in them lasts and their overall qualities!

Sugarpill packaging electrocutes

Swatches of the pigments:

Suharpill electrocute swatches

The bottom picture is taken in direct sunlight, so I had to add it! The shadows look soooooo sparkly and beautiful when the sun hits them! ❤ I’m using Too Faced Shadow Insurance as a primer and NYX Jumbo eye pencil in Milk as a base.

Supercharged: Sugarpill describes it as a “flaming coral orange with blue/green/gold color-shifting super sparkles.”

It’s a gorgeous peachy color and it glows under UV blacklight! I found this one to be the least pigmented of them, but the one I would use the most in an everyday look!

Sparkage: Sugarpill describes it as a “radioactive lime green with blue/green/gold color-shifting super sparkles.”

It’s definitely a vibrant lime green shade!

Love Buzz: Sugarpill describes it as a “brilliant neon hot pink with yellow/orange/red color-shifting super sparkles.”

This pigment also glows under UV blacklight. I think this one is my favorite, just because I love pink and this is the most vibrant, almost electric hot pink I’ve ever seen! Perfect to create a Barbie look with, for Halloween! 😉

Hi-Viz: Sugarpill describes it as a “blazing neon yellow with blue/green/gold color-shifting super sparkles.”

It’s a medium yellow shade and I think this is the most beautiful yellow shadow I have!

Hellaronic: Sugarpill describes it as “fluorescent indigo with red/purple/blue color-shifting super sparkles.”

It’s a dark blue, which is a bit more on the purply side than their Royal Sugar chromalust. I love them both!

Overall opinion:

These are super vibrant, neon eyeshadows with lots of glitter in them! They are very pigmented, (not a surprise since it’s Sugarpill 😉 ), and they cover your lid very well! I would use one of these colors at a time when doing a look and I would place it on the lid. This is because they don’t blend very well together as you can see in my look below, (I wasn’t able to blend the blue and the green on the lid very nicely together.) And also, when you blend them out in the crease, most of the glitter dissapears. But one color on the lid will look amazing! ❤

Sugarpill electro cute makeup look

If you want a really intense color on the lid and all the glitter to stay put, I would use a glitter adhesive! I used Violet Voss’ adhesive and it kept everything in place! If you are going to place any of these pigments in the crease or want a more subtle lid color (with that I mean less glitter), then use your favortie primer first followed by a white base, like NYX Jumbo eye pencil in Milk or the white base in the MUFE Flash palette! This is because, with a primer and white base it’s easier to blend them, while with the glitter adhesive they are impossible to blend. So adhesive on the lid and white base in the crease! 🙂

As I say in the video, 60% of the glitter remained on my eyes with the use of Too Faced Shadow Insurance and the white base from the Flash palette. The rest of the glitter will fall down to your cheeks when you apply the pigments, so I would recommend you to apply your foundation at the end, so you don’t ruin it with the fall out! 😉

When I read the first reviews on these pigments, I read that all the glitter fell off, that they were very hard to work with and so on. So I got so happy when I tried them out myself and found out that a lot of the glitter stayed on (not when you blend the color out in the crease), and they weren’t as hard to work with as I though! They are like every other pigment I’ve tried when it comes to the application. And that these, that are neon, are as easy to apply as other pigments, is a huge step forward for neon shadows in general! 😀

Sugarpill Electro Cute pigments makeup look

Some more general information:

All of the pigments are vegan and all, except from Hellatronic, are lip friendly. They are safe to use on Canadian and European eyes, but people in the US should use these on their own risk, since “the FDA has not yet tested or approved the use of neon pigments in the immediate eye area”, (from Sugarpill’s website.) These are great to use on the lips mixed with a clear lip gloss or on the nails mixed with clear nail polish! They are also awesome to use as body paint… I have to try some kind of more creative paint on my face with them hehe 😀

Each jar has 5 grams of product in it and they cost $16 each, so you get a lot of product for your money! 😉 Sugarpill ships worldwide and they have a $6 flat rate shipping for US. orders. You can use my affiliate link if you want, to get these pigments, HERE ^-^

Video tutorial: 

Products used: 

  • Too Faced – Shadow Insurance
  • Makeup forever – White base from the Flash palette
  • Sugarpill – All Electro Cute pigments
  • Sugarpill – False lashes in Precious
  • Sugarpill – Pressed eyeshadow in Velocity
  • Makeup Geek – Gel liner in Electric
  • L’Oreal – Super liner in Carbon Gloss
  • L’Oreal – False lash wings mascara
  • Too Faced – Heaven eyeshadow

Sugarpill electro cute

Sugarpill electro cute pigments makeup look

Sugarpill electro cute pigments

I hope this review was helpful to you lovelies!! ❤

GlitterGirlC 🙂

Review and Makeup look: Sigma Créme de Couture eyeshadow palette :D

Hi lovely readers! ❤

Sigma Beauty’s new eyeshadow palette “Créme de Couture” launched today! 😀 I pre-ordered the palette the 26th of August, cuz I couldn’t wait any longer to get it! ❤ It’s a beautiful palette with 16 matte, candy colored and macaron inspired eyeshadows! I mean, can you ask for anything cuter? 😉

Sigma Créme de couture eyeshadow palette

The eyeshadows! I love all the cute macaron names they have! 😀

Sigma Créme de couture eyeshadow palette

Here are my swatches and thoughts about each of the shadows. For base, I’ve used Too Faced Shadow Insurance and NYX Jumbo eye pencil in Milk.

Sigma Crméme de Couture swatches

Redberry Rose: A medium hot pink. This is a true candy pink color!

Apricot Flower: This is a beautiful peachy/coral color! Gorgeous on the lids for those with blue eyes!

Passion Fruit: I would describe this as a pinkish brown shadow, like a fruity chocolate ice cream topping! 😉 A unique color!

Cherry Blossom: A light, baby pink shade. I’ve always wanted a matte, baby pink, pressed shadow like this!

Sigma Créme de Couture swatches

Meyer Lemon: Very light yellow. I’ve also wanted this shadow in a pressed form! I just think pressed shadows are easier to work with. 😛

Ginger Pumpkin: The name describes this color so well! As I say in the video: The perfect pumpkin shade!

Café au Lait: This is a gorgeous café brown! This was the least pigmented of all the eyeshadows in the palette, but as you can see from the swatches, it’s easy to build up over a primer! 😉

Blueberry Cream: This is a vibrant baby blue shadow. Very pretty!

Sigma Créme de Couture swatches

Violet Whip: A light, cool toned, pastel lilac. Awesome as a highlight for a purple smokey eye or to blend out purple shadows, like I do in the video tutorial that you can see below.

Lavender Honey: Warm, lavender color. This is the most pigmented and the smoothest out of all the shadows!

Cassis: A beautiful, medium lilac!

Elderberry: A stunning, very dark purple!

Sigma Creme de Couture3-001

The lighting is a bit different in these 2 pics. The sun is shining in the first pic, so that’s why the colors look slightely different. 😛

Blue Chocolat: An other light blue, but this is a bit more subtle than Blueberry Cream. It’s lighter and not as neon-ish.

Almond Pear: The perfect light, pastel mint! I can’t say enough good things about this color! ❤ My new love!

Créme de Menthe: A gorgeous turquoise, sea green eyeshadow!

Citron Pistachio: Beautiful, true lime green shade!

My overall thoughts about these shadows is that they are all very pigmented, they are buttery and smooth, and also very easy to blend! There are also some rare colors here! ❤ What’s special about these shadows is that they are pastel, but they are not subtle and boing, they are very neon in a way, which I think is cool! 😀

Except for Lavender Honey, they are all a bit powdery; the lightest ones more than the others. So, like with all eyeshadows, I would wear a primer before applying these. Also, a white base, like NYX Milk, will make them pop! 😉 The purple shades were the smoothest and because I am obsessed with mint and turquoise shadows, the bottom row is my favorite! 😀

Matte mint eyeshadows

I mention in the video that I’ve been looking for the perfect matte mint color for 2 years now and for me personally, Almond Pair is the one! ❤ In the picture above you can see the result of my 2 year mint-study, haha 😀 The Inglot mint is too blue, the Makeup Forever one is too green, the one from Coastal scents is too turquoise and dark. The last swatch is a mixture of 2 shadows, a light blue and a lime. This is what I first used to achieve my mint color, but as you can see, it’s hard to mix these colors together and the final color cracks a bit. So I’m really really happy that my search is now over and that I’ve found this Sigma mint! 😀

The palette consists of 0,85oz / 24g of product and Sigma ships worldwide!

The palette costs $32 alone, but you can also get 3 blushes with the palette. I didn’t get that, but the palette and the blushes all together, cost $55.

Sigma’s 10% off coupon code this month (September), is LJW2013. 🙂

You can get the palette here:

This is my affiliate link which you can use if you’d like to. 🙂

Here is the look that I did with the Créme de Couture palette:

Sigma Créme de couture makeup look

Créme de Couture makeup

Video tutorial:

Products used:

  • Lime Crime – Candy eyed eyeshadow helper
  • NYX – Jumbo eye pencil in Milk
  • Sigma – Créme de Couture eyeshadows in Almond Pear, Redberry Rose, Cherry Blossom, Meyer Lemon, Cassis, Violet Whip and Blue Chocolat
  • Sigma – Eyeshadow in Versailles
  • Too Faced – Eyeshadow in Heaven
  • Sugarpill – Eyeshadow in Tako
  • L’Oreal – Super liner in Carbon Gloss
  • L’Oreal – False lash wings mascara
  • House of lashes – Lashes in Au natural
  • DUO – Eyelash adhesive
  • Ebay – Nail art rhinestones

Candy makeup look

Sigma Créme de couture makeup look

Sigma creme de couture makeup look candy makeup

I hope you found this review helpful and that you liked the look! 😀 Have a great week, sweeties! ❤

GlitterGirlC 🙂

Review and demo: Whitening Lightning Dial a Smile kit!

Hi sweeties! ❤

Here is a tutorial on how I whiten my teeth in 20 minutes, using the Whitening Lightning Dial a Smile kit! 😀 Sorry about the lightning in this video, but I used natural lighting, so some time it was sunny and other times not 😛

Use my coupon code ” GLITTERGIRL” to get 70% off all products at 😀

Link to the Dial a smile kit:

Link to the Super Booster Whitening Pen:

Link to the ZERO White Whitening pen (for sensetive teeth):

My coupon code is an affiliate code! 🙂

I hope this review and tutorial was helpful! Have a lovely day! ❤

GlitterGirlC 🙂

Review: New Makeup Geek eyeshadows! :D

Hi sweeties! ❤ I think it’s been 3 weeks since I last posted something! :O I’m so sorry about that! I was home from college during Easter and visited family and friends and this week I’ve had lots of assignments to do at school! But I’ve managed to film 2 new videos that I just need to edit, so most likely, one will be up on monday! 😀 Makeup Geek new shadowsThis post will be a review of Makeup Geek’s 5 new eyeshadows that they launched last week! 😀 If you follow my blog, facebook or Youtube channel you’ve definitely heard of Makeup Geek, since I use their shadows and gel liners in almost every look! ❤ Their shadows are very beautiful, soft and super pigmented, and these new ones are no exception! I would even say that they’re more pigmented, which I didn’t think was possible! 😉 Here are my swatches: Makeup Geek swatchesI think they look beautiful in the picture, but they’re even more gorgeous in real life! ❤ So the names of the shadows, as you can see, are Graphite, Cosmopolitan, Simply Marlena, Hipster and Frappé.

Graphite is a shimmery medium grey color, with a few, gorgeous silver flecks in it! I think this would look gorgeous to bring some sparkle to a black smokey eye! ;D

Cosmopolitan is the eyeshadow I’ve been waiting to add to my makeup collection! I’ve been looking for the perfect rose gold and this is the one! ❤ It’s shimmery and truly vibrant! It’s also very pigmented and applies softly. 😀 Today, I filmed a tutorial using this one on the lids 😉

Simply Marlena is a bright, but not neon bright pink! And I love that, cuz I don’t have a similar pink! It’s named after the gorgeous owner of Makeup Geek, Marlena! 😀 The first thing I thought when I saw this one was “Finally a Makeup Geek pink!” They have a couple of pinkish colors already, but this one is a true pink! ❤ It’s also matte and has a cool undertone. I just really love it… it’s bright and fun and applies like a dream!

Hipster is a slightely shimmery, sandy taupe color. It’s quite dark and is cool-toned. I would wear this in the crease for an everyday look! ;D

Frappé is a matte, medium redish brown. Since it’s a reddish brown, it is a very warm color! It is similar to my favorite brown from them, “Cocoa Bear” which is also a very warm, matte brown. Frappé is just a bit lighter then Cocoa Bear. I used these 2 together in the crease in the video I filmed today and I loved the combo! ❤

My overall view of the eyeshadows is that they are all very smooth without leaving fallout, they’re pigmented, vibrant and easy to apply! I have nothing bad to say about them, so this might be a boring review for you to read, hehe 😉

You can get the eyeshadows in pans for $5,99 each, here and in compacts for $7,99 each, here. 🙂 They contain 1,8g/0,064oz of product, which I think makes the price very good, especially with the amazing quality you’re getting! ^-^ An other big plus is that they ship all over the world!

As you can see from the first picture, there are more than these 5 eyeshadows. With these last ones I completed my Makeup Geek shadow collection! And that’s all thanks to Makeup Geek, that was super kind and sent them to me! ❤ I just organized them and placed them in my Z-palettes! My beautiful babies! 😀

makeup geek eyeshadow collectionI hope you found this review helpful and I’ll talk to you when my next look comes out! 😀

GlitterGirlC 🙂

Sigma brushes and eye shadows! :D

Hey guys! ❤ In the beginning of August I signed up for Sigma’s affiliate program. A couple of weeks later I recieved a fabulous package from them with a brush kit, called “performance eye kit” and an eyeshadow palette with one eye shadow from each of their three eye shadow palettes: Flare, Dare and Bare.

I have been wanting to try out their brushes for a long time now, so I was super happy when I got this kit! 😀 And these brushes are perfect for me, because these are very easy to create small details with, (which I always like to do) 😛

The brushes in the kit:

  • E56 is a shader brush, which you can use to pack shadows onto your lid with. I like that it’s not all square shaped, but has a rounded tip. This makes it easier to create a pretty round shape, if you’re dragging the lid color up and into your crease. 😉
  • E36 is a small and fluffy blending brush which is good for blending out shadows in small areas, like the inner corner of your eye, or in the crease if you have very little space from crease to brow.
  • E47 is a crease brush that places and blends out eye shadows beautifully, in the crease.
  • E11 is one of my favorites out of these! I’ve always used my MAC 210 liner brush to cut my crease, since it was the tiniest one I knew of. E11 is actually smaller and I can create a more precise and prettier cut crease with it! 😀 Many of you have asked me how I create very precise lines… A good liner brush is the key! 😉
  • E46 is a shader brush that is supposed to be used in the inner corner of the eye, to apply your highlight. It is a very small shader brush, with a pointy tip, which makes it perfect to do this job!
  • E16 is a tightline liner brush which is great for filling in the space between the lashes, which often is hard to get to. You can fill it in with gel, cream or liquid liners. 🙂
  • E21 is a smudge brush, which is also one of my favorites! I love using this one to apply eye shadows to my lower lash line! ❤ It’s also very good for smudging out gel or cream liners along your upper lash line, which is perfect if you want to create a smokey eye! 😉
  • E17 is a waterline liner brush. I feel that this brush places the gel or pencil liner onto the waterline very precisely! I don’t get a lot of extra product onto my eye when using this one and that’s definitely good for the eyes. xD

All in all I think these brushes are fabulous! I’ve found a special use for each of them, which make my looks look more precise! ^-^ This kit costs 55$ and you can check it out here! ( It’s my affiliate link! 😀 ) 10 % off Discount code that you can use the entire month of October: DEAL2012 😀

These are the shadows I got. 🙂 I’ve used mostly “Publicize”, as my highlight color. It’s matte and a little bit lighter than my skin, so it’s perfect for that purpose! 🙂 The other two colors, I’ve only tried ones.

Surrender is a very pretty burgundy, which would look very good in a fall look! Command is a shimmery gold that would glamour up any look! ;D I like these colors a lot, especially Publicize, which is from the Flare palette. The Flare palette is the palette from Sigma that I’ve always wanted the most, since it contains some really beautiful greens and purples! ❤

Here are links to the palettes, if you want to check out all the colors they contain:

Here’s a couple of video tutorial’s I’ve done, where I use the brushes:

In the first video I’m using the E56 shader brush on my lid, the E11 liner brush to create precise lines, the E16 tightline brush to apply a sticky glitter base and the glitter, the E21 smudge brush on my lower lash line. I’m also using Publicize as a brow bone highlight. I’m so sorry that I say “Hare” palette in stead of “Flare” palette in these videos, I just didn’t notice it until after I’d filmed them 😛

Here I use Publicize and E21 (the smudge brush):

I hope you liked this review of these Sigma brushes and eye shadows and thank you so much Sigma, for letting me try these out! 😀 ❤

GlitterGirlC 🙂