Saturday, October 3, 2015

Sugarpill Edward Scissorhands Palette and Swatches

With Christmas almost here, what better way to get in the Christmas spirit than to watch Edward Scissorhands?

One of the best scenes in the movie is when Edward is making the large angel ice sculpture and the falling pieces of ice resemble snow.

I had to search for my copy of Edward Scissorhands and now that I have found it I will definitely be watching it this holiday.

I will probably also be wearing a holiday look using the shadows in the new Sugarpill Edward Scissorhands Palette while watching the movie, I'm just saying.




Sugarpill created their Edward Scissorhands palette to commemorate the 25th anniversary of the release of Edward Scissorhands.

First off, I can't believe it has been 25 years since the release of this movie (I feel old).

Next, let's talk about this packaging and while we do I have a confession to make.

The packaging is stunning and I feel like I could stare at it for hours.

Here comes my confession: the first picture I saw of this palette was only of the packaging and at that moment I knew I was getting the palette. I didn't care what the shadows looked like.



The back of the palette just continues with gorgeous packaging along with the pictures and names of the shadows (all related to different aspects of the movie)


The inside of the palette is of course gorgeous also!

It is adorned all over with silver snowflakes and it is a mint green or maybe it's a teal.



The top row has your baby powder blue, ice white blue duochrome, and charcoal with silver and blue shimmer.

The bottom row has a bright coral, a beige, and a mocha chocolate brown.

All of the shades are matte with the exception of Ice Angel and The Inventor.

I just realized something. These are Sugarpill's first neutral shadows.

This palette can be used on a daily basis for a neutral look.

Especially with Heart-Shaped Cookie and Castle on the Hill.

There are so many different combinations that can be made. The possibilities are endless.

Suburbia can also be used as a blush and Heart-Shaped Cookie will work wonderfully as an everyday transition shade.



All swatches were done on my bare arm without primer.

Swatches from the bottom to top:

Home Sweet Home

Suburbia

Ice Angel

Heart-Shaped Cookie

The Inventor

Castle on the Hill

My opinions of the palette:

If it isn't already obvious, I love this palette.

The packaging is superb.

The shadows are gorgeous, unique, and pigmeneted.

It is a great item for Sugarpill lovers and fans of Edwards Scissorhands alike.

The palette is $36 and limited edition. It has sold out on Sugarpill's website for now.

They have announced that they will be doing a second and final restock of the palettes in a few weeks, so be on the lookout for that.

The only other option would be to try and snag one for insane prices on ebay.


Did you pick up the Sugarpill Edward Scissorhands Palette or are you waiting for the restock?

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