Thursday, December 22, 2011

Earth Garden Naturals- A Review

Holy crap on a stick! I'm alive! 

I cannot believe that it has been over a month since I last made a post. I suppose that the easiest thing to do would be to blame the time of the year. Because let's face it this is a busy time of year, especially between shopping, cooking, and horrid head colds. I haven't even had time to just sit down and play with my makeup- though I have bought plenty (one advantage of having a December birthday), and there will be a super mega haul  by January. 

So, onward with the review!

I picked up these items back in November at a local yearly exhibition called the Christmas Village. The exhibition hall is jam packed with vendors selling just about everything: toys, holiday decorations, foods, jewelry, candles, etc. You name it, I'm pretty sure that someone there had it. 

The company is called Earth Garden Naturals, and what makes me so excited about this company is that they're local- so my Alabama girls, you definitely need to show this company some love.

I actually picked up this soap for my husband. It's such a nice masculine scent, but not over powering. Actually, it's very similar to Irish Spring soap, but it's so much better- I'll get to this particular point in my Pros and Cons. The husband loves it, and I love to have a good smelling husband.

I bought this soap for me. I absolutely adore peppermint, it's one of those scents that I'm drawn to like a moth to a lightbulb- I just can't help myself. Of course, being  peppermint, the scent is crisp and clean and very invigorating. This soap is so incredibly gentle, it's incredible- I actually use this to clean my face at night. It doesn't dry my skin out at all, in fact it leaves it feeling quite refreshed.

I had wanted to put a photo of the ingredients on this post as well, but because of the shape of the jar I couldn't get a good picture of it. If anyone wants, I can post them in later. I cannot tell you all how awesome this stuff is. It smells wonderful, it's so sweet and light- which is surprising to me because Cranberry Citrus is not something that I'm usually drawn to. It exfoliates very, very well and when it's rinsed off with water it leaves my skin so soft and smooth. I've actually even used this on my face, every other day of course.

This was my freebie. They told me I could pick out a chap stick with my purchase, so naturally I went for the peppermint. Needless to say, this lives in my purse.

  • Local! I love being able to support local businesses.
  • Their soaps are all plant based- no animal fats. They also do not contain petroleum or detergents.
  • Reasonable prices. Full bars are $5, and when you buy 5 you get the 6th one free. The small body polish (pictured above) is $12, the large is $20. Unfortunately I cannot remember how much the chap stick is, but if I had to guess it was about $3.
  • For the dog lover, they also carry a special doggie soap. It helps to repel insects and soothes dry skin.
  • None. Seriously, I love this company.

For contact information, prices, ordering/where to buy, and to find out what shows they will be at in the coming year, you can visit their website here: Earth Garden Naturals

I promise not to be away for so long again. So keep an eye out for my mega haul, and quite possibly a face lift for the blog. I'm feeling the need for a change around here.

See you later, my freaky darlings.


Sunday, November 13, 2011

EOTD/FOTD 11/12/11- Plus a few other little things.

It's nearly the middle of November, and I haven't done a post. Bad Aimee, bad. But, I have gotten a lot of goodies to post about and review, so that's something right?



Here's a quick EOTD/FOTD that I did Saturday night (11/12/11).

  • UDPP in 'Original'
  • 'Brulee' by Wet n' Wild, all over the lid
  • 'Dusk' by Tarte for True Blood, in the crease and along the lower lash line
  • Grey/Brown by M.A.C. (Duo #3), in the deep crease and along the lower lash line
  • 'Oil Slick' 24/7 Pencil by Urban Decay, along the upper lash line and upper waterline
  • 'Extreme Smokey Grey' liquid liner by NYX, along the upper lash line and winged out
  • Bad Gal Lash by Benefit
  • 'Werewolf' (matte brown) and 'Legend' (matte black), through the brows
  • Demi Whispies false eyelashes
  • M.A.C. Studio Fix Fluid in NC15
  • N.Y.C. loose powder in 'Translucent'
  • 16 Rose Coup De Foudre (pale pink) blush by Bourjois
  • NYX lip liner in 'Hot Pink'
  • 'Show Orchid' by M.A.C.
As I said above, I'll have some haul/reviews coming up very soon- featuring a few of the products used in this look. 

Also, I have discovered Pinterest. So, if any of you are on there, look me up! Here I am!

And, if you want, you can follow me on Twitter.

See you soon my freaky darlings!


Tuesday, November 1, 2011

EOTD/OOTD- October 31st

Well, Halloween has come and gone. But does this mean I've put away my grease paint for another year? In short: Nope. So don't be surprised if you see something wacky pop up on your dashboard or on your Facebook news feed. I just can't help myself- plus a girl just has to have some fun, right?

I know that his post is a day late- but it's better late than never, right? I had so much fun putting this together, especially since my look was based off of one of my favorite characters from one of my favorite movies/cartoons: Lydia Deetz from 'Beetlejuice'.

Lydia is smart and kooky with a great sense of humor and a kind heart- not to mention AMAZING style!

Here's my interpretation:
This is a horrible picture of me, but it's the only one I had of the outfit. *sighs* I think my husband snapped this right after I had tried to explain what camera angles work best for me- I don't think he got it. Oh well...he's cute. ;)

I couldn't get my bangs into the points like Winona Rider's were in the film because of the way my bangs are cut. I still say I get an 'A' for effort, though. 

  • M.A.C. Studio Fix Fluid in NC15 mixed with White cream makeup, to make my skin even more pale than it already is.
  • Baby Powder and N.Y.C. loose powder in 'Translucent' to set
  • Light/Medium Brown eyeshadow (120 Palette), to contour cheekbones, temples, and jawline
  • UDPP Primer Potion in 'Original'
  • Light Lavender eyeshadow (120 Palette), to cut the crease and map out where the purple eyeshadow will be placed (from the inner corner and all the way around to the outer half of the lower lashline and then filled in
  • 'Sushi Flower' by M.A.C., on the lid
  • Dark Lavender and Purple/Pink (120 Palette) to darken up the purple area
  • 'Strada' by NARS, as a brow bone highlight
  • 'Poison Plum' by Sugarpill, in the upper corner of the eye just under the eyebrow and along the nose- blended out with the other shades of purple
  • Medium Hot Pink (120 Palette) on the lid
  • 'Legend' (matte black) by Tarte for True Blood, drawn in a thin line to separate the pink and the purple.
  • Light/Medium Brow eyeshadow (120 Palette), same shadow as used for the contour, under the eyes to create the illusion of dark circles
  • 'Legend; by TfTB, through the eyebrows
  • Sephora waterproof kohl liner in 'Keep Black', along the upper and lower waterlines and smudged along the lower lash line with 'Legend'
  • 'Extreme Smokey Grey' liquid liner by NYX, thin line along the upper lash line and flicked out slightly
  • Almay One Cat Nourishing Mascara
  • Demi Whispies false eyelashes
  • Rimmel Soft Kohl eyeliner in 'Jet Black', on the upper lip
  • 'Viva Glam Cyndi' by M.A.C. on the lover lip

See you soon, my freaky darlings!


Sunday, October 30, 2011

EOTD- Purple Passion

I felt like being bright today. Neon yellow off the shoulder shirt, blue tank top, grey sneakers- left shoe with purple shoe strings, right shoe with lime green, and a bright pink spider web bow. And a bright outfit deserves a bright and bold makeup look, so I decided to break out the Sugarpill palette.

  • UDPP Primer Potion in 'Original'
  • 'Poison Plum' by Sugarpill, in the outer "v" and the crease; smudged along the lower lash line
  • 'Strada' by NARS, in the center of the lid and the crease; smudged along the lower lash line
  • Brown/Grey form the M.A.C. Colourizations Duo #3, to blend out any harsh lines
  • 'Brulee' by Wet n' Wild, in the inner corner and as the brow hightlight
  • 'Extreme Smokey Grey' liquid eyeliner by NYX, winged out and connected to a thin line on the lower lashline
  • 'Werewolf' and 'Legend' eyeshadow by Tarte for True Blood, through the brows
  • Almay One Coat Nourishing Mascara 
  • M.A.C. Studio Fix Fluid in NC15
  • N.Y.C. loose powder in 'Translucent'
  • 'Nerdgasm' blush by Geek Chic Cosmetics
  • 'Viva Glam Cyndi' by M.A.C.

See you all soon, my freaky darlings.


(I look like a total goober in the top picture, well :P )

Friday, October 28, 2011

Halloween Collab w/ 'Play Hard, Look Fabulous'- Roaring 20s

Aimz from 'Peaches n' Scream' here bringing you another Halloween look- and it's a collab with the lovely Christa.

The theme? 1920s.

I absolute adore 1920s style, both in its fashion and makeup. It seems like the ladies of the Jazz Age really knew how to straddle the line between masculine and feminine and the did it with grace and poise. In fact, one of my style icons is the fabulous Clara Bow- Hollywood's original "It Girl'.

The look I put together today is super simple and is easy to recreate. If you want to go with a more bold look, simply use darker shadows. Also, if you want to go for something that is more authentic to the period, then I highly suggest that you block out your eyebrows and re-drawing them to be slightly lower than natural and pencil thin. I didn't for this tutorial as I figured that most people wouldn't want to go through the hassle. It actually isn't difficult to do, but it can be a bit time consuming- it's definitely not something that you want to rush. I'm going to link the video that I learned from here.

Anywhos. Let's get on with the pics!

  • UDPP in Original, all over lid and under the eye
  • Brown/Grey eyeshadow from the M.A.C. Colorization Duo #3, over the lid and slightly over the crease, bring the color up all the way the start of your brow.
  • 'Werewolf' (matte brown) by Tarte for True Blood, over the brown/grey
  • Shimmery Golden Brown from the 'Ivy' quad by E.L.F. over the previous shadows
  • 'Dusk' (matte tan) by Tarte for True Blood to blend out the edges
  • Brown/Grey eyeshadow, again, along the lower lash line
  • 'Werewolf' eyeshadow, again, along the lower lash line and smoked down and blended in with the shadows on the lid
  • Barry M Dazzle Dust in #94 'Teal' on the center of the lid and blended out
  • 'Brulee' (matte skin tone) by Wet n' Wild as the brow bone highlight
  • 'Milk' jumbo pencil by NYX, in the waterline and set with a matte white eyeshadow
  • Rimmel Soft Kohl Eyeliner in 'Jet Black' in the tightline
  • One by One mascara by Maybelline and Rimmel Sexy Curves mascara on the top and bottom lashes
  • M.A.C. Studio Fix Fluid in NC15
  • N.Y.C. pressed powder in 'Translucent'
  • 'Mellow Wine' blush by Wet n' Wild
  • 'Rebel' lipstick
Just a few production notes. To really keep the 1920s look, pay attention to the following:
1) The emphasis should be on the inner corner of the eye, not the outer. I know that it's completely opposite of how makeup is done in this day and age, but that's the point. We are doing period makeup afterall.
2) No matter how much you really want to use just black in your water line, resist the urge! If you look at photographs of Hollywood starlets in the 1920s the the water line was bare and most likely whitened out.
3) Lips were a bit smaller in shape, and the Cupid's Bow was often defined, or if you didn't have much of one, exaggerated. Bee stung lips were quite the thing. 

I'm going to stop my authenticity rant and send you over to Christa now. Her look is fabulous, so definitely go check it out! 

See you later my freaky darlings!


Thursday, October 13, 2011

Halloween Collab w/ Play Hard, Look Fabulous- Football

It's that wonderful time of year. Football season. Yes, I know what you're thinking: "This is supposed to be a Halloween look, right?". And you would not be incorrect. That's right, it's a double whammy. Even better than that, it's a collaboration with Christa from Play Hard, Look Fabulous

Down here in the Dirty South it's all about College Football, and in Alabama we take our football pretty darn seriously. Lets face it, the state of Alabama has one of the greatest, if not the greatest, rivalries in the nation. Alabama vs. Auburn is a pretty big deal down here, it's been know to split families and friendships- if only for a few months. But it is all in good fun.

When Christa approached me about doing a Halloween collab, I was pretty freaking ecstatic. When she suggested that our first look be football themed, I pretty much jumped for joy. I knew exactly what I was going to do. I'm a pretty big Alabama fan, my first words were even "Roll Tide" (not even joking about that), needless to say there's going to be a lot of Crimson in this look. But, just as a little side note, to all of my friends who are Auburn fans, I'm not trying to slight you guys in the least. Orange and Blue is a color combo that I generally avoid as a rule, not because of Auburn but because I just can't do it- same rule applies to orange and green and green and red. I will probably, eventually, pull the trigger and do an Auburn look just for you guys, just so there's no hard feelings.

So, here's the look(s)!

Oh yeah, did I also mention that this is a two-for-the-price-of-one? Yep. I'm awesome like that.

  • UDPP in 'Sin'
  • 'Love +' by Sugarpill, on the lid and over the crease
  • 'Beautymarked' by M.A.C., on the lid close to the lashline, blended with 'Love +'
  • 'Sushi Flower' by M.A.C., in the crease to blend out the harsh lines of the 'Love +'
  • 'Brulee' by Wet n' Wild, as the brow highlight
  • NYX liquid eyeliner in 'Extreme Smokey Gray'
  • One by One mascara by Maybelline
  • 'Werewolf' by TfTB, brushed through the brows
  • M.A.C. Studio Fix Fluid in NC15
  • NYC loose powder in 'Translucent'
  • '16 Rose Coup De Foudre' blush by Bourjois
  • 'Milan' lipstick by NYX
  • The lipgloss I used was from Sephora, but I believe that it is discontinued. It's a gray/black gloss with glitter, and is great for darkening your lip color
Eye Black (under eye marks):
  • Rimmel Soft Kohl Eyeliner in 'Jet Black', for the general outline
  • Maybelline Eye Studio Gel Eyeliner in 'Blackest Black', to fill in the shape
  • 'Legend' eyeshadow by TfTB (matte black) to set

Be sure to check out Christa's look!

Later my freaky darlings!


Monday, October 10, 2011

Halloween Series- Harley Quinn

First up in my solo Halloween Series is one of my all time favorite female villains. Scratch that, she is my favorite. Ladies and Gents, I give you: Harley Quinn.

Once a doctor in Arkham Asylum, Harleen Quinzel became obsessed with her patient, The Joker, under the delusion that he was in love with her just as much as she was in love with him. She quickly became unhinged and re-styled herself as Harley Quinn, the harlequin sidekick of her great love. The pair ran a muck over Gotham City, causing chaos where ever they went and always with demented smiles on their faces. But, the Joker's decline in health has caused Harley to become increasingly unstable. She has become more erratic, more sadistic, and more cruel.

"My love for my Joker was stronger than their madhouse walls. " - Harley Quinn

Needless to say neatness was not on the agenda for this look. I wanted this to the look of a woman who has lost it, so it needed to be quite messy- and a smidge bloody.

  • White cream makeup all over the face and down the neck. (I purchased it for $1 at Target, it's no the best, but it makes a good start.)
  • NYX Jumbo Pencil in 'Milk' all over face to even out the white tone.
  • Matte White eyeshadow (120 Palette) all over the eyelids and the under eyes
  • Baby Powder to set
  • Rimmel Soft Kohl liner in 'Jet Black' to draw out the rough shape of the domino mask
  • Black grease paint to fill in the mask. I then smudged out the edges with a damp cosmetic sponge, and set it all with a matte black eyeshadow (120 Palette)
  • Red grease paint on my fingertips, and then dragged across my face- bloody fingerprints
  • Rimmel Soft Kohl liner in 'Jet Black' on the upper lip
  • Maybelline lipstick in 'Red Revival' (645) on the lower lip. I then smudged out the corners with my fingertips
  • Almay One Coat Nourishing Mascara on the lashes, and smudged around the eye

There y'all have it! To learn more about Harley and her various appearances you can read about it here on the Batman Wiki.

"I want a lawyer! I want a doctor! I want a cheese sandwich!" - Harley Quinn

See you later, my freaky darlings.


Friday, October 7, 2011

EOTD- Natural and Classy

I wanted to get a quick post in before sundown, so here goes it.

This look is super simple and exudes class. The natural colors make it perfect for running to the grocery store, or it can be jazzed up with a red lip for night time.

  • Urban Decay Primer Potion in Original
  • 'Brulee'  eyeshadow by Wet n' Wild (matte skin tone shade), all over the lid and as the brow highlight
  • Brown/Gray eyeshadow from the M.A.C. Colouizations Duo #3 (satin finish), in the crease
  • Sephora Waterproof kohl liner in 'Keep Black', along the upper lash line
  • 'Legend' eyeshadow from the Tarte for True Blood palette (matte black), smudged over the eyeliner and blended into the outer "v".
  • Maybelline One By One Mascara in 'Blackest Black'
  • 'Werewolf'(matte chocolate brown) and a bit of 'Legend' from TfTB palette brushed through the brows.
  • M.A.C. Studio Fix Fluid in NC15
  • NYC loose powder in 'Translucent'
  • '16 Rose Coup De Foudre' blush by Bourjois (soft pink)
  • Revlon ColorBurst lipgloss in 'Papaya'

See? Simple, easy, and elegant. 

Keep an eye out for more in the 'Edgar Allan Poe Series', and Halloween looks coming very, very soon.

See you later, my freaky darlings.


Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Ninja Sovereign Giveaway!

The fabulous Yume Ninja is having an awesome giveaway on her blog. So head over here, and check it out!

Aimz <3

Thursday, September 22, 2011

Annabel Lee- Edgar Allan Poe Series

If you came up to me randomly on the street and asked me who my favorite poet was, I would immediately, and without an ounce of hesitation, respond: Edgar Allan Poe. Even since I was a little kid I've loved Poe. In 5th grade we were told to memorize a poem and recite it in front of the class, and being the Hermione that I am, I selected 'The Raven', and recited it. The whole thing. Needless to say, I don't think I could repeat that feat as an adult. Why? Because I'm getting old...well, older. But Poe was not just a master poet, but a master storyteller with a great command for tragedy. So, I found it rather fitting to take inspiration for my Halloween Lead Up series from his works, the first of which is Annabel Lee.

The story of Annabel Lee, is a bittersweet one. The narrator tells of the love that he and Annabel Lee shared, and how it was so deep that the angels were jealous and they sent a wind that chilled her to death. But the narrator never lost his love for the beautiful Annabel Lee, and he firmly believed that his love for her was stronger than the grave.

I have always pictured Annabel Lee as a blond, so I ask that you bear with the fact that I am not.
I wanted to try and achieve the look of cold, with a slightly gray pallor to the skin and "frost" tipped eyelashes and eyebrows, not to mention blueish lips.

Products Used:
  • Silver cream makeup all over the face and neck. (You can get this at any Halloween or party supply store. It does has a bit of a shimmer, though.)
  • N.Y.C. Smooth Skin pressed powder in 'Translucent' (use what ever fits your skin tone) pressed heavily all over the skin.
  • All the eyeshadows used were from the BH Cosmetics 120 Eyeshadow Palette (which you can order here). All around the eye socket I applied a light cool toned gray. To give the eyes a more sunken appearance I applied a mushroom brown under my eye and also under the brow bone and down the nose. On my eyelids I applied various shades of gray, from darkest to lightest and creating a gradient effect, over a black kohl pencil. I used a combination of the mushroom brown and the cool toned gray to contour around my temple, cheekbones, and jaw. I used a combination of sky blue and medium blue eyeshadow as a blush.
  • For my lips I puckered them and dabbed NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in 'Milk' all over and blending it out. I added a tiny amount of red lipstick to my cupid's bow and the edge of my lower lip. I then patted a dark blue eyeshadow over the center of my lips.
  • I lined my upper and lower waterlines with Rimmel Soft Kohl eyeliner in 'Jet Black' (this is the same liner I used as a base for the eyeshadows).
  • I curled my lashes and applied Maybelline One By One Mascara
  • I lightly went over my eyebrows and the tips of my upper and lower lashes with NYX Jumbo Eye Pencil in 'Milk'.

^o^ ^o^ ^o^

As I was removing the face makeup, I realized that I really quite liked the eye makeup, so I left it. I just added a little bit of a matte gray eyeshadow ('Stake' from TfTB) all over the lid, and blended it all out with a matte tan ('Dusk' from TfTB)- I also reapplied my mascara.

I hope you have enjoyed this look, and I can't wait to get the other looks in this series up. Especially since when this series is finished, then it's on to the Halloween looks.

See you soon my freaky darlings. <3

Wednesday, September 21, 2011

A Haul of a Different Color

So, what makes this haul so different? Simple. I didn't buy any of the products. No, I wasn't sent anything by companies or anything like that. Apparently my best friend and my parents love me and they like to give me neat things. So, I thought I'd share.

My best friend, my beloved Best Biatch, just got back from a trip across the pond and brought me some British makeup goodies.

Let's start with some Barry M.

I adore this color. It's a lovely smokey black with teal and purple reflects. Sadly, my camera didn't pick up the purple fleck, but they are most definitely there. This is such a chameleon eyeshadow, especially with the reflects glitter, any other shade you put it with it just seems to compliment. It's also fabulous as a stand alone eyeshadow, and used wet as an eyeliner it's incredible.

This pigment is just so smooth and vibrant, it's crazy. This is one of those pigments that it so pigmented that when you apply it dry it looks like you've applied it wet. 
Yeah. It's amazeballs.

I feel so fancy pants because I now have a Barry M nail paint- which is ironic considering that Barry M is a drugstore brand over the Merry Ole England. The color is called 'Berry Ice Cream' (308), and it is wonderful. When applied it isn't streaky, and it only takes 2 coats- but I did a third to be on the safe side. And it has staying power. I did my whole nails last Thursday and it wasn't until Sunday night when it finally started to chip a tiny bit. I love this color so much that when I re-did my nails Monday I used it on my tips, as you can see above.

Now we move on to Bourjois.

This is such a beautiful blush. And it is aptly named, because this is the shade I think of when I picture a rose. It's just lovely and so fresh looking.
I also love that there's a mirror built into the compact.

The last bit of my haul isn't entirely related to makeup. is, but it isn't. You'll see what I mean.

My parents did some spontaneous antique shopping a few weekends ago, and knowing my love for all things beauty and vintage, they bought this compact for me. It even still has some powder still in the case, as you can see. I haven't used the powder on myself, as I'm wary of old cosmetics. I'll most likely clean it out and perhaps find a new powder that will fit in it's place.

There you have it.

Spread the Peachy love, my freaky darlings. <3

Sugarpill Review (photo heavy)

Before I get started I just want to get something out of the way:

Hi. My name s Aimz, and I'm Addicted To Pretty. *waves*

I had been wanting to get my hands on some Sugarpill products for a really, really long time and my dream has finally come true. I was so excited about this order that it was ridiculous- I watched the USPS website like a hawk until my package arrived. Serious business. 

As most of us should know by now, Sugarpill was founded by Amy a.k.a. Shrinkle. She started Sugarpill Cosmetics with the intent of creating a line of high quality and deliciously bright makeup to complement her fashion line, aptly named Shrinkle. I believe that it is safe to say that she has accomplished that, and with flying colors. Ha! I love puns...

I placed my order on September 1st, knowing full well that it was a holiday weekend and that it would most likely be later the next week before I got my order. No biggie, I'd waited this long, right? As I said above, I watched the USPS track and confirm site like a hawk, and by September 4th my package had made it to the Dirty South. I was really, and pleasantly, surprised. Keep in mind I ordered at pretty mush the start of Labor Day weekend. My package reached my mail box on the 6th- less then a week from when I placed my order. You would not believe how much of a happy panda I was, especially when I opened the mailbox and beheld this:

I absolutely adore the Sugarpill kitty. So precious.

Now lets get to the good part.

Nestled inside masses of hot pink tissue paper was my palette along with a sample of Goldilux, Amy's business card, a double sided 'look' card (which are gorgeous), and a glitter-tastic sticker (which now resides on my eyeshadow palette organizer). And, of course, my invoice which even included a thank you from Amy herself:

So cool.

One thing that people go on about is Sugarpill's packaging. There's a good reason for that, because the packaging is pretty much amazeballs. So much thought and detail went into it, it's crazy!

I think the only complaints I have heard about the packaging/palette is that it's heavy and that it's made of cardboard. The palette is heavy, I don't deny that, but to be honest I like a heavy palette. In my mind it comes across as well made and durable. Which brings me to the cardboard bit, that doesn't bother me either. Why? Because it's not flimsy at all. So, in my opinion, these folks that are complaining about little things like that can just get over it. Just saying.

Also, I love that this palette comes with a mirror. Definitely bonus in my opinion.

These colors are delicious. That's right delicious. The color payoff is just incredible, and the texture is fabulous. And, I just love playing with them. I told my husband that it was like getting out my favorite color and water color pencils and working with them. These eyeshadows just made my artistic side come out in spades, and that is a very wonderful feeling to have.

My camera is just not doing this color justice at all. This is the brightest yellow I have ever seen. It's kinda crazy, and, needless to say, I'm in love.

The texture for this color is amazingly smooth. Dr. Pepper Cherry amazingly smooth. The name definitely fits the bill as well. If ever someone wanted to capture the intensity of a flame and put it in eyeshadow form, this is what they would come up with.

I love 'Love+'. It's honestly the perfect red- especially for football season. Roll Tide, y'all!

Oh, 'Poison Plum', where to begin? I've probably used this shadow the most out of the quad. I just absolutely love it. I've actually found myself coming up with excuses to wear this color, no matter what my outfit looks like I love it so much.

Now, let's get down to it.

  • Quality. That goes for both the packaging and the product, both are unbelievable.
  • Fast shipping- with a flat rate of $5 here in the U.S.
  • The products were well packed. Plus, pink tissue paper is always a win.
  • Price. The quad retails for $34, so you actually come out cheaper than you would buying 4 of their individual eyeshadows ($12 each). And, it's also cheaper than the quads that M.A.C. will release with their collections ($38), and you get more product.
  • None.

If you haven't looked at Sugarpill, then what the heck are you waiting for?!

See you soon my freaky darlings. <3