Sugarpill Feline Fancy Makeup Collection for Spring 2017

Sugarpill Feline Fancy Makeup Collection for Spring 2017
Sugarpill Feline Fancy Makeup Collection for Spring 2017

Fall in love with Feline Fancy, a limited edition collection of four romantic vegan eyeshadows – 3 luminous foiled shades, 1 rich and velvety matte shade – and a luxurious liquid lip color, all wrapped up in a delectable gift box featuring artwork by Brandi Milne. These opulent treats will have you feelin’ fancy all year long!

February 1st, Noon PST

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Feline Fancy Makeup Collection, $48.00 (Limited Edition)

Spoil yourself rotten this Valentine’s Day with Feline Fancy, a sweeter than sweet limited edition collection of four romantic vegan eyeshadows – 3 luminous foiled shades, 1 rich and velvety matte shade – and a luxurious liquid lip color, all wrapped up in a delectable gift box featuring artwork by Brandi Milne. These opulent treats will have you feelin’ fancy all year long!

  • SWAK Foiled rose petal pink with gold duochrome (Eyeshadow)
  • Wink Foiled soft baby pink champagne (Eyeshadow)
  • Text Me Warm matte brown (Eyeshadow)
  • Kiss Kiss Vibrant, foiled red (Eyeshadow)
  • Strange Love Deep metallic oxblood red with sparkle (Liquid Lipstick)

Sugarpill Feline Fancy Makeup Collection for Spring 2017
Sugarpill Feline Fancy Makeup Collection for Spring 2017

Sugarpill Feline Fancy Makeup Collection for Spring 2017
Sugarpill Feline Fancy Makeup Collection for Spring 2017

Sugarpill Feline Fancy Makeup Collection for Spring 2017
Sugarpill Feline Fancy Makeup Collection for Spring 2017

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I knew the second I saw Sugarpill’s YouTube video promoting this that I was going to have to buy it. I love anything red/pink/hearts and the lip color and packaging look beautiful. The only shadow color that really blows me away is the red, but the other three will be nice as well. The pink looked especially pretty on deeper skin tones when they showed the swatches in the video.

The cat cover is weirding me out too – it looks like a cross between Marie Antoinette and a vampire octopus.

The colours are nice though, they look like good multi-purpose shades for cheeks and eyes!

Definitely! When I first saw the promo pics I thought it was a cheek palette.

Also, just realized that I totally missed a golden pun opportunity. And so:

That kitty cat is freaking MEOW-t…

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This is kind of strange…it’s called Feline Fancy with a cat on the front, but the actual product names have nothing to do with cats…more of a Valentines theme than feline. Looks interesting, though!

You can totally use it as a blush/contour palatte! Face powder is face powder! I use blush as eyeshadow (not necessarily eye safe, so do so at your own risk) and eyeshadow as blush.

I get what you’re saying, but it’s kind of a good deal given that individually their shadows are $13-$16 and liquid lipstick’s $18.

I wish they were selling these separately, because I love that lipstick but the shadows would make me look like I have pink eye 😉

That kitty is creepy/cute/hilarious! For 48 bucks, those colors are pretty generic though – I expect Sugarpill to stand out in some way, even if it’s just with a subtle duochrome. At least you know the quality is there with Sugarpill though, unlike Too Faced or even Lorac these days…

I actually completely love this art! The eyeshadow colors won’t work on me, though. I love Sugarpill and hope they do another artist collaboration like this on their next line. Sugarpill is such an ethical and fun small business that deserves all the love it gets!

Was so excited when this was announced; adore the cute art and red eye shadow. Resisting purchasing though. I’d only use the other shadows as blush, and I have enough untouched blush in those shades as is. :/

I just received this collection and found the colors (for the shadows and the lip color) to be stunning. The two colors, for my skin, that stick out the most are Kiss Kiss and S.W.A.K. The packaging and branding for this limited edition collection is giddy-inducing and charming.

I have many similar highlight eye shadow colors to Wink. Text Me blends into my skin tone almost seamlessly. There’s a slight show on my skin, so it might be good for the highlight-brow bone area for blending or a subtle lift in color around the eyes.

I have Sugarpill’s loose red pigment, Asylum. I swatched both Kiss Kiss and Asylum on the back of my hand and found them to be quite similar, if not looking the same. I do wonder if Asylum was rebranded in a pressed powder format as Kiss Kiss, for this collection.

I guess the most subtle difference between the two reds is that Asylum had slightly more sparkly flecks in it, but not sure if that is because it is a loose pigment and the mica particles have more room to move around and reflect in within application.

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