Swatches ~ Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Palette Review, Swatches and Comparisons

Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Collection
Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Palette takes you on a mystical journey into your Goddess side, these sultry colors will definitely make you feel free and very adventurous. You'll be able to fade these colors into a sultry smokey that just might make you feel like a goddess.  These shadows are very smooth, almost comparable to Mac Velour shadows, whereas if you touch them, you pick up quite a bit of product...... so don't use a heavy hand when you're picking up product for your looks. While swatching, I did experience a minimal amount of fallout, and that was probably because I swiped with my fingers using a heavy touch so I could get a good swatch.


Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Collection

These  Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Palette shadows are very smooth, almost comparable to Mac Velour shadows, whereas if you touch them, you pick up quite a bit of product...... so don't use a heavy hand when you're picking up product for your looks. While swatching, I did experience a minimal amount of fallout, and that was probably because I swiped with my fingers using a heavy touch so I could get a good swatch.

Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Collection


Subterranean
Is is a beautiful antiqued green color and the name is quite appropriate.  The pigmentation is really strong and there's a beautiful hint if shimmer that gives this shadow a unique monochromatic look.  In comparison, I would compare this color to MAC Teal Pigment.

Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Subterranean

Elemental Chaos
This is a beautiful monochromatic purple that's definitely the jewel-tone eye popper in this palette. If you look closely at the swatch you can pick up a variety of colors (light and dark) which would compliment any color that you pair with it.  Speaking of comparisons, I would compare this color to MAC Entramauve Pigment.

Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Elemental Chaos

Soot & Stars
This color is neither black nor grey.... its a mixture of black and grey.  If you're looking to soften up your smokey eye with a softer muted mix, then this is your color.  I feel this palette is worth having just for this color alone.  In comparison, I would compare this color to MAC Dark Soul Pigment.

Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Soot & Stars

Diamond Eyes
This color is very hard to put into words.  It's a beautiful iridescent monochrome pearl white that reminds me of a sexy pearl wedding gown.  I imagine this color would become very popular with brides all around the country.  In comparison, I would compare this color to MAC Pearl Pigment.

Sugarpill Cold Diamond Eyes

Below are my Comparisons of the Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Palette to some Mac Pigments that I own.  The reason why I compared these to pigments is because these colors are very pigmented and can actually be used wet or dry which is common for most pigments.

Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Palette

I took my photos in the same lighting one right after the other so there wasn't any significant changes like time, lighting or any other factors that would throw off the colors.

Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Palette

Because Mac's swatches are actually pigments, they have a little more pigmentation and appear slightly more vibrant.  Mac Pearl is actually a pinkish white color but swatches the same color as Diamond Eyes.

Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Palette

This palette sales for $34 on the Sugarpill website.  You can also purchase each color separately for $12 if you prefer only one or two colors from the palette.

Sugarpill Cold Chemistry Collection