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BLUSH RESPONSE 004 – STRUNG OUT ON SUGARPILL
I’ve owed you a proper makeup tutorial for a long time now, and when this beautiful package from Sugarpill arrived this week, I had no excuses left. My friend Amy just launched this new make up line, and reviews have been popping up like happy spring berries all over the ‘wub. I thought about waiting a little while until the furor simmered down a bit, but after rummaging through the box and being mesmerized by the colors and variety, I decided to go for it, man. Just look at this stuff!

Of course, adorable packaging doesn’t necessarily for a good product make, so I was really looking forward to giving Sugarpill a go. Last night I was meeting an out-of-town friend at The Edison – my favorite place in the world. The atmosphere there is dark and full of magic, especially on a less-crowded and relatively yuppie-free Wednesday night, so I got a little dolled up for the occasion.

Red eyeshadow has been my favorite alternative to black since high school, so when I saw Love, the deepest, perfect crimson pressed shadow, in my Sugarpill package, I did not hesitate. With Love set aside, I gathered the rest of my ammunition and went into battle.

Royal Sugar – a gorgeous and glittery rich blue loose eyeshadow
Decora – a sparkling pink loose eyeshadow
Asylum – a shimmery red
Tiara – a stunning, glittery silver
Pressed Eyeshadow Palette

Until now, I have been a little apprehensive about loose powder eyeshadows, but those days are done. I used these both wet and dry, and was happy with the results. Didn’t have any mixing medium on hand, so I used a drop of water for the product around my eyes, and a little bit of body shimmer gel to mix the blue with for my brows.

The breakdown below may look a little complicated at first, but I assure you, this doesn’t have to take much longer than your usual routine if you prepare everything you’ll use ahead of time.

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  • Step 1

    Loaded a cheap-o sponge applicator with Love, and distributed evenly it all over my lids, blending out and up. I also used a bit under the eyes.

  • Step 2

    With Decora on the other side of the applicator, I continued to blend Love out, all around the eye.

  • How to create a pink eye makeup look. Strung Out On Sugarpill Make Up - Step 3
    Step 3

    Used a dry angle brush to fill in the inner ends of my eyebrows with Royal Sugar, then, for a sharper look, mixed the shadow with a little body shimmer gel, and used the same brush to paint the outer ends.

  • Step 4

    Dabbed Tiara with a small wet brush on the inner corners of my eyes, then blended it out with more Tiara, this time dry. I can’t sing enough praises to this stuff, it’s so pretty.

  • Step 5

    With a small, wet blending brush applied a line of Asylum, under my eyes only.

  • Step 6

    Used matte white from the palette to highlight the brow.

  • Step 7

    Did my usual cat eye with Prestige liquid liner and added a bit under the eye, at the outer edges and along the water line.

  • Step 8

    My mascara of choice has been L’Oreal Voluminous Mascara in Carbon Black for years and years. It’s amazing, buildable, and inexpensive.

  • Step 9

    With a blush brush, dabbed and blended a bit of Tiara to highlight my cheekbones.

  • Step 10

    With the same brush, used Decora as blush.

  • Step 11

    Dusted my face with Prestige’s Skin Loving Minerals powder foundation. It’s half the price of Bare Escentuals and more matte, so I decided to try it. Haven’t researched it properly just yet, so I can’t recommend it officially, but I do really like it.

  • Step 12

    And finished it all off with lip gloss from Smashbox.

    Ta-Da!

  • How to create a pink eye makeup look. Strung Out On Sugarpill Make Up - Step 13
    Step 13

    This is just a fraction of the looks to come, but so far I am 100% into Sugarpill. I can’t wait to play with yellow and gold and green and, and and…! More tutorials to come as time allows.

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Su.
Su. · New York, New York, US · 10 projects
ur make up looks great but ur glasses are super fantastic!
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DarkAshHurts
DarkAshHurts · 119 projects
Can i ask what color u used to give ur hair that beautiful blue? And did it stay long? (I'm about to dye mine blue too)

I really want some of that shadow too. Ive been looking for red shadow for ages! >.<
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hannah H.
hannah H.
The make up really pops with your hair. How did you get your hair that color?
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Lisa R.
Lisa R.
wow! this look is just art
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3NITSUJ
3NITSUJ
I love this look and your glasses are cute!
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Astrydis
Astrydis · Sheboygan, Wisconsin, US · 2 projects
OwO I've been looking for make up that'll go great with cosplaying (especially my chara since she has blue hair) and now thanks to you, I've got it!
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Crafty Dork
Crafty Dork · Orlando, Florida, US · 21 projects
beautiful, too bad red colors look awful on me
-_-
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Mickie
Mickie · Grand Junction, Colorado, US · 43 projects
u lucky girl
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Trickypixie1208 P.
Trickypixie1208 P. · U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado, US · 12 projects
I love it and the pic is gorgeous to. Id want to see a how to for your hair because thats great!. Ive been trying to get that look with no success
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Elfy
Elfy · 1 project
Holy crap thats alot of Sugarpill cosmetics. >.> How much did all of that cost? It looks like a great brand.
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