3 Looks You Can Create With the Sugarpill Funsize Palette

I am back with another 3 Looks 1 Palette! Over the next few months, I’m going to put these out with almost every indie palette I own. I don’t have many of the more recent ones (see: no-buy – though this particular palette was actually a gift from a loved one!). But, I do have many older palettes which I am sure many of you all own as well. It’s always a good idea to shop your stash and see what you can come up with using what you already have!

The Sugarpill Fun Size Palette has become one of my favorite colorful palettes. I love how it puts a twist on a regular rainbow with its neon and pastel qualities. Quality-wise, it is exceptional as well. I was expecting no less from Sugarpill. This palette was actually the first product I tried from Sugarpill and I definitely want to try more, eventually!

For all three looks, I wanted to focus more on editorial looks. This is a colorful palette, so I explored simple colorful looks!

Look #1: Blue Hues

Both “parts” of this look are shapes I use often for minimalist colorful looks. I winged out the liner from my bottom lash line using the shade Cheat Code. I also dragged some of Twitch on my lower lash line, though it doesn’t show up much in the photos. Finally, 8-Bit went into my inner corner. This look was really fun to both create and wear!

Look #2: Pink Bloom

For a simpler look, I decided to do a blown-out pink smokey eye. I used the shades Level Up and Rage Quit in my crease and Player One on my lid. This was such a fun twist on my go-to blown-out eye.

Look #3: Neon Flash

Finally, I delved into the warmer shades. Here, I used Game Over and High Score, alternating, to form this liner shape. This is another shape I use quite often in my simple colorful looks. I used Game Over to form the liner shape and made sure to leave gaps that I later filled in using High Score. I also brought a tiny bit of Game Over along the outer corner of my lower lash line to complete the look.

I ended up using eight of the nine shades in the Fun Size palette – the only one I didn’t use was Continue?, the yellow, which is another beautiful shade. I’ve actually reached for this palette over and over again since I received it, I can’t seem to put it down! If you are looking for a fun, colorful palette to try with a great formula, I would definitely recommend this one. It also is fairly affordable!

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