Too Faced Sugar Pop Eyeshadow Palette Review, Photos, Swatches

Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette
Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette

Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette ($36.00 for 0.39 oz.) includes nine shades from pops of color to a few neutrals. It’s an okay palette, but it’s not a formula that performs well without a primer or base underneath–it’s too soft, powdery, and thin, which can result in more uneven application, difficulty blending (it just sticks where it lands without wanting to move much more), and underwhelming wear.

Rock Candy is a brightened, light beige with warm undertones and a matte finish. It had decent color payoff with a soft, silky texture that was a little powdery, but it wore well for seven and a half hours. MAC Vanilla (P, $16.00) is lighter. Urban Decay Anonymous (LE, $18.00) is more muted. Urban Decay Anonymous (LE, $18.00) is more muted. Urban Decay Righteous (LE, $18.00) is more muted. Too Faced Dream On (LE, $16.00) is darker. Too Faced Coconut Crème (P, $16.00) is darker, more muted. Hourglass Atmosphere #1 (P, ) is darker, more muted. Hourglass Atmosphere #1 (P, ) is darker, more muted. Givenchy Delicate #4 (P, ) is more muted. Hourglass Monochrome #1 (P, ) is darker. See comparison swatches / compare dupes side-by-side.

Macaron is medium-dark coral-orange with gold micro-sparkle over a satin finish. It had nice pigmentation that went on fairly well, but it did need to be patted and packed on, as the texture is thinner. It lasted for seven and a half hours on me. Guerlain Terra Azzurra #3 (LE, ) is more shimmery, darker. Sephora Collection Rio (91) (P, $13.00) is less shimmery. Chanel Tisse Fantaisie #1 (LE, ) is more shimmery. See comparison swatches / compare dupes side-by-side.

Malted Milk Ball is a coppery bronze with a frosted, gold shimmer-sheen finish. It had excellent color payoff that went on smoothly and evenly–this was one of the easiest shades to work with in the palette. Clarins The Essentials #6 (LE, ) is lighter. MAC Her Cocoa #3 (LE, $16.00) is lighter, cooler. Anastasia Rum Cake (LE, $12.00) is less shimmery, more muted. Kat Von D Dog Roses (LE, ) is less shimmery, lighter, brighter. Kat Von D Dog Roses (LE, ) is less shimmery, lighter, brighter. Too Faced Jingle All the Way Eyeshadow #3 (LE, $16.00) is more muted. Too Faced Tiger’s Eye (LE, $16.00) is less shimmery. Make Up For Ever I662 Amber Brown (P, $21.00) is more shimmery, lighter. Tarte Candlelit Dinner (LE, ) is lighter. Ardency Inn Copper (P, $21.00) is lighter. Colour Pop Game Face (P, $5.00) is lighter. Tom Ford Beauty Spice (LE, $42.00) is less shimmery. MAC Bao Bao’s Jewels #3 (LE, ) is more shimmery, lighter. MAC Bao Bao’s Jewels #3 (LE, ) is more shimmery, lighter. NARS Fez (P, $24.00) is less shimmery, darker. See comparison swatches / compare dupes side-by-side.

Strawberry Ice is a cool-toned, light-medium pink with a frosted finish. The texture was slightly dusty and thin to work with, but it had decent pigmentation overall. It started to fade after seven and a half hours of wear. Milani Bella Rose (29) (P, $4.49) is more shimmery. Too Faced Pink Frosting (LE, $16.00) is lighter, brighter. Make Up For Ever I902 Quartz (P, $21.00) is lighter. MAC Harpooned Heart (LE, $16.00) is more shimmery, lighter. Milani Bella Pink (13) (P, $4.49) is more shimmery, lighter. MAC Violet Blend #1 (LE, ) is more shimmery, lighter. MAC Pink Sensibilities #2 (LE, $21.00) is more shimmery. MAC A Medley of Mauves #1 (P, $21.00) is more shimmery. Tom Ford Beauty Seductive Rose #1 (P, ) is more shimmery, lighter. MAC Pinkluxe #1 (P, ) is more shimmery, darker. MAC Young Venus (LE, $20.00) is lighter. MAC Maribu (LE, $32.50) is more shimmery, lighter. See comparison swatches / compare dupes side-by-side.

Sugared Violet #2 is a muted, medium-dark purple with cool undertones and a frosted sheen. It had good color payoff with a slightly dry texture that made it harder to blend on the skin without it sheering out. It’s a completely different shade than Sugared Violet that was released in a different palette. Sleek MakeUP Simbad’s Seas (LE, $9.99) is brighter. Makeup Geek Pop Culture (P, $5.99) is less shimmery, lighter. Fyrinnae Because Cats (P, $6.80) is darker. Sleek MakeUP Bliss in Barcelona (LE, $9.99) is darker, warmer. Too Faced Badass (LE, $16.00) is less shimmery, darker, more muted. Sleek MakeUP Romance in Rome (LE, $9.99) is more muted. Urban Decay Voodoo (LE, $18.00) is more muted. MAC Thunder and Rain #2 (LE, $21.00) is less shimmery, darker. Sugarpill Weekender (P, $13.00) is more shimmery. MAC Dusty Desire (LE, $32.50) is darker, warmer. Cle de Peau Cosmic Aura #1 (P, ) is less shimmery, darker, warmer. See comparison swatches / compare dupes side-by-side.

Blackberry is a muted, dark plum with subtle, warm undertones and a matte finish. It was very dry, thin, and stiff, which resulted in sheer, uneven color payoff that applied poorly. It faded after six hours of wear. Make Up For Ever M546 Dark Purple Taupe (P, $21.00) is lighter, warmer. LORAC Plum (P, ) is darker, brighter, cooler. LORAC Mauve (P, ) is lighter. theBalm Sexy (P, $16.00) is darker. theBalm Moderato (P, $16.00) is darker. MAC Blackberry (P, $16.00) is darker, warmer. Hourglass Monochrome #4 (P, ) is lighter. See comparison swatches / compare dupes side-by-side.

Peach Fuzz is a lightened, peach-orange with warm undertones and gold micro-sparkle over a mostly matte finish. The gold sparkle doesn’t translate to the skin without an adhesive/creamy base, though most get trapped in the brush. It had good pigmentation otherwise with a soft, silky texture. It lasted for seven hours on me. Marc Jacobs Beauty The Dreamer #5 (P, ) is darker, brighter. Tarte Peach Poppy (LE, ) is less shimmery, darker. Colour Pop Too Soon (LE, $5.00) is more shimmery, lighter. Colour Pop Halo (LE, $5.00) is more shimmery, lighter. bareMinerals Shhh… (P, ) is more shimmery. Makeup Geek Beaches and Cream (P, $5.99) is warmer. bareMinerals Tres Chic (P, ) is cooler. Makeup Geek Peach Smoothie (P, $5.99) is less shimmery, darker. See comparison swatches / compare dupes side-by-side.

Bubblegum is a brightened, medium pink with warm undertones and a frosted finish. It had semi-opaque color payoff with a slightly dry, thin texture that was hard to get even, rich color out of. It started to fade after seven hours of wear. Le Metier de Beaute Gamine (LE, $30.00) is lighter. MAC Da Bling (P, $16.00) is less shimmery, darker, warmer. MAC Stylishly Merry (P, $20.00) is more shimmery, darker. Urban Decay Alien (LE, $18.00) is lighter, warmer. Make Up For Ever I808 English Pink (P, $21.00) is warmer. Chanel Tisse Cambon #3 (P, ) is lighter, warmer. MAC Rose (P, $16.00) is more muted, warmer. See comparison swatches / compare dupes side-by-side.

Blue Raspberry is a light-medium, aqua blue with cool undertones and a pearly sheen. It had good pigmentation with a soft, lightly powdery texture that was best patted into the skin (it almost needs to melt in a way) to come together, otherwise it is very easily sheered out. It only wore well for six and a half hours. MAC Shimmermoss (P, $16.00) is warmer. Sugarpill Mochi (P, $12.00) is less shimmery. MAC Aquadisiac (P, $16.00) is less shimmery, warmer. Inglot #413 (P, $6.00) is darker, cooler. Make Up For Ever S234 Azure Blue (P, $21.00) is less shimmery, darker. CoverGirl Turquoise Glow (325) (LE, $4.99) is lighter, warmer. Fyrinnae Gender Bent (P, $6.80) is less shimmery, darker. Maybelline Edgy Emerald (P, $6.99) is darker, warmer. See comparison swatches / compare dupes side-by-side.

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Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette
Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette

Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette
Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette

Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette
Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette

Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette
Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette

Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette
Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette

Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette
Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette

Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette
Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette

Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette
Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette

Too Faced Rock Candy Eyeshadow
Too Faced Rock Candy Eyeshadow

Too Faced Rock Candy Eyeshadow
Too Faced Rock Candy Eyeshadow

Too Faced Macaron Eyeshadow
Too Faced Macaron Eyeshadow

Too Faced Macaron Eyeshadow
Too Faced Macaron Eyeshadow

Too Faced Malted Milk Ball Eyeshadow
Too Faced Malted Milk Ball Eyeshadow

Too Faced Malted Milk Ball Eyeshadow
Too Faced Malted Milk Ball Eyeshadow

Too Faced Strawberry Ice Eyeshadow
Too Faced Strawberry Ice Eyeshadow

Too Faced Strawberry Ice Eyeshadow
Too Faced Strawberry Ice Eyeshadow

Too Faced Sugared Violet Eyeshadow
Too Faced Sugared Violet Eyeshadow

Too Faced Sugared Violet Eyeshadow
Too Faced Sugared Violet Eyeshadow

Too Faced Blackberry Eyeshadow
Too Faced Blackberry Eyeshadow

Too Faced Blackberry Eyeshadow
Too Faced Blackberry Eyeshadow

Too Faced Peach Fuzz Eyeshadow
Too Faced Peach Fuzz Eyeshadow

Too Faced Peach Fuzz Eyeshadow
Too Faced Peach Fuzz Eyeshadow

Too Faced Bubblegum Eyeshadow
Too Faced Bubblegum Eyeshadow

Too Faced Bubblegum Eyeshadow
Too Faced Bubblegum Eyeshadow

Too Faced Blue Raspberry Eyeshadow
Too Faced Blue Raspberry Eyeshadow

Too Faced Blue Raspberry Eyeshadow
Too Faced Blue Raspberry Eyeshadow

Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette
Peach Fuzz (inner lid), Macaron (middle of lid), Bubblegum (outer lid), Blackberry (crease),
Sugared Violet (crease), Strawberry Ice (brow bone), Rock Candy (brow bone),
Stila Mint Julep Eyeliner, Marc Jacobs Beauty Intro(vert) Eyeliner

Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette
Peach Fuzz (inner lid), Macaron (middle of lid), Bubblegum (outer lid), Blackberry (crease),
Sugared Violet (crease), Strawberry Ice (brow bone), Rock Candy (brow bone),
Stila Mint Julep Eyeliner, Marc Jacobs Beauty Intro(vert) Eyeliner

Too Faced Sugar Pop Eye Palette
Rock Candy (inner lid), Blue Raspberry (middle of lid/lower lash line), Malted Milk Ball (outer lid),
Blackberry (crease), Peach Fuzz (brow bone), Stila Turquoise Eyeliner

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Christine has normal-to-dry skin with areas of dryness (cheeks, nose, and under the eyes). She has a light-medium skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones. Her best foundation matches include: Tarte Rainforest of the Sea in Light-Medium Neutral (best match), Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup in Desert Beige 2N1, Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow in 4.0, Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish, Laura Mercier Candleglow Soft Luminous in Dusk, MAC NC20/NC25, Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Liquid in Y305 (140). For more matches, please read our full Foundation FAQ. For more information on our review process, please read our Review FAQ.

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Christine,
Maybe I’m just reading this wrong but in the first sentence you state that they’re all matte. But in the descriptions/swatches they definitely don’t seem so. Could you just clarify please!
As always thanks for all that you do!

Interesting review. I have typically agreed with all of your assessments of the products I’ve owned or swatched in stores or at friend’s places. But I’ve got to disagree with you here! While I wouldn’t say that this palette is A+ quality, I find it to be a solid palette and easy to use. I have had great wear time with it. And while I agree there’s some issues with sheering, this is actually a good thing for me, because with colors this bright, I find it easier to control.

A tip for those who have it though – NYX Milk makes a great base for these colors if you want to go bright.

I agree with you on Blackberry though — that one is the worst!

If Too Faced was marketing it as a sheerer palette, then it wouldn’t be an issue for my review, but since they aren’t, that’s part of why the ratings are why they are as well as for all the other issues listed in the post. I’m sorry that I couldn’t share your experience 🙁 I am happy that you prefer the sheerer formula, since it works much better for you personally! 🙂

I think you perfectly summed up my experience with Too Faced’s Shadows in general…I find it can often be too soft and powdery, so I don’t get the colour payoff or wear time I’d like. Some fun colours in this palette, though.

I love this palette and have been using it a lot this spring. Blackberry is awful, but with primer and a lot of blending, it can be made to work as a crease color. But yeah, I totally agree it’s the dud. I think Blue Raspberry is the best shade both color-and quality-wise. Bubblegum I’d give a “B.” Otherwise, I totally agree with your assessment (without primer). Primer makes everything A’s except for Blackberry (With primer, I’d say a C- or a D+, depending on how dark I try to go. Blackberry gets patchier the darker I try to build it up.)

Hey Rachel, I noticed you made a comment below regarding the Lorac Dream Girl palette. Do you have that too? If so, how do you feel they compare? I have this one and struggle with it a lot. I feel like it needs a white base. But,the only regular primer I tried prior was Nars. I have both the ones you mentioned as well. Maybe, I will try them out. But, I was thinking about adding that Lorac palette to my next haul for a 20% Ulta coupon if it’s not too much overlap or if it’s easier to work with? What do you think?Thanks!

I think they are different enough that it won’t be repetitive to have both, but enough alike that it’s not necessary. The LORAC is probably easier to work with. I don’t have issues with Sugar Pop (aside from Blackberry), but I have really, really fair skin, so that may be why I can get away without a white base.

Price: Dream Girl is obviously less expensive. It also has larger pans, and one more shade than Sugar Pop.

Quality: I think the average shadow quality in Dream Girl is higher and more consistent.

Packaging: Both are sturdy enough. SP is way cuter, IMO. DG’s hot pink is really pretty for summer, and has a larger mirror.

Shade selection: They are colorful and both lean shimmery. Dream Girl has no mattes, but several shades have less pearl shimmer. Sugar Pop has one matte, but it’s awful. Both have a warmer base shade and a whiter one. Both have a sparkly brown. Both have a mauvey-pink, with SP’s being a cooler and lighter base shade. DG’s mauve is warmer and could be either a base of a crease shade.

SP is brighter with the Blue Raspberry, Macaron, Bubblegum, and Sugared Violet. I think DG can can go bright or dramatic.

Instead of SP’s Blue Raspberry, Dream Girl offers a gorgeous deep teal. DG also has a blue that in the pan looks like a dupe for Blue Raspberry, but it actually applies as a pale, frosty mint. Instead of Blackberry, DG has a warm brown crease shade. Instead of a violet, it has a wonderful reddish purple. DG also has a warm shimmery brown and a light silvery-gray which aren’t represented in SP.

I hope that is helpful, and not too confusing.

The Lorac Dream Girl Palette( $24) is way better than Sugar Pop Palette and a lot cheaper . I compared them side by side to be fair. But I do like your eye look.

Thanks to you Jisela, I am going to buy Lorac’s summer Dream Girl and Heart Breaker palettes. I am never disappointed by Lorac shadows and these two palettes together will give me a good mix of summer colors!

The matte ones are always disappointing. I’m anxious for a new technology that will allow them to have gooood pigmentation (it’s about time!).

I know, I love the matte ones from Make Up For Ever. I just think they are never as good and buttery and not patchy as the metallic/shimmery/satin ones. Which one is your favorite matte formula, Christine?

I don’t know that any one brand does mattes REALLY well, but there are a few brands that have some exceptional mattes in their range (just not every one is a hit) – some of Makeup Geek’s mattes are so velvety. MAC’s Matte2 formula was probably the best, which they discontinued nearly all shads of, unfortunately. MUFE is really good as well, but their mattes are less innovative in texture compared to their other finishes (as far as Artist Shadows go).

That’s interesting! I only tried the foiled ones from MUG. I just saw that Coastal Scents single eyeshadows are a dollar (!) each, I might try some matte ones (the shimmery ones are impressive)

I like the cute packaging and the macaroon theme, but when I saw the shadows, I knew this one was going to be iffy. They picked some tough shades to get right – blues, purples, and pastels. Blackberry looks pretty sad. But if this was on sale and you used primer or a cream shadow as base, you can still have some fun with this palette.

The colors are so beautiful! Pity the formula didn’t work out that well. I might still get this to try and see if I can make it work with primer, etc.

Good luck! I would recommend something tacky. I don’t find thinner primers like TFSI, UDPP, or NARS Smudge Proof to help enough to make it usable (for most shades).

Smudge Proof is what I use most often and I know I have UDPP but I’ll have to check my stash for what other primers I have. I might also try going with the smudge proof and going in with a NYX jumbo eye pencil in white as a base.

I find Too Faced’s palettes all sorta look the same, colour-wise. Maybe because there’s a lot of repeat colours, but I have the Chocolate Bar Palette and I can’t imagine picking up any of their releases since then.

This one is a huge “Idk”? Some of these shades are just gorgeous, like Malted Milk Ball, Macaron, Sugared Violet and Peach Fuzz! I already have MAC Aquadisiac and UD Junkshow and Voodoo, so I just don’t know. Oh, and Blackberry was majorly disappointing, although there is always MAC Blackberry to fill that gap, I guess. I DO think, however, that if one doesn’t have a bunch of dupes, this would be a nice addition to their stash!

Oh, I will have to check Mac’s version out because it’s one of the colours I was gravitated towards with this palette. Thanks for the suggestion!

Sigh, my thoughts exactly, except my Malted Milk ball is not as easy to work; I get a lot of fall out despite tapping my brush and working in thin layers. Plus, I made the mistake of swatching it with my fingers and the top layer kind of hardened over and had to be scraped off. My Blackberry swatches better than yours, though, so that’s a plus. I’m disappointed in Macaron because, while it has nice pigmentation, it just sticks to where I apply it (I use Nars primers) and I have to layer a lot to get the desired look and placement.

All in all, I love the colour combination and have been using it for a straight week, but do not like that I have to sped extra time to create an eye look. I can normally complete my eyes in about 5 minutes for a more colorful look, but I’m doubling my time for this to get it to blend well. It’s my first experience with Too Faced, and I’m so far not impressed.

I would say from experience that Too Faced’s formula is one not to play with too much with fingertips, since it is so thin 🙁 Your Macaron sounded like the aqua shade for me, haha. I like the concept of the palette, but I know I would never reach for it, just because of the time sink. (The more products I test, the less inclined I am to “make it work” unless it’s something crazy unique, lol!)

I’m glad you are able to get something you like out of it, though 🙂

My malted milk ball is a pain too! That sounded ridiculous! Lol ..it falls apart basically- the shimmer does not adhere to the color. I pat it with a white base. It is so time consuming..I finger swatched it too. Can that ruin a shadow? I had no clue?

I never knew finger swatching could do that either….perhaps thats why my pan of MAC Woodwinked worked lousy for the first few months?

I have this and love it (except for Blackberry, which is horrible). That said, I pretty much always wear a primer and I’m given more to patting on my colour anyway, so it just happens to work well for me.

Definitely doesn’t top the Pardon My French one in the same format from last summer. That is my favourite.

What primer has worked for you with this palette, El? I feel like NYX Milk is really a must on this one, just to get it to pop.

I actually don’t like the NYX Milk, so I don’t use that. If I want a white base, I’ll use a Color Tattoo. The Creamy Beige leather effect Color Tattoo is a good base for a lot of stuff, too.

Normally, though, my “primer” is MAC Paint in Bare Canvas. I also use the Zoeva Pearl eye primer a fair bit, which is translucent with a slight gold shimmer. That doesn’t make things pop like the Paint does, but it holds onto powder well. It was actually a MAC SA who introduced me to Paint as primer about 10 years ago, because I wanted something that would help my eyeshadow stick but would also perform a concealing function.

I bought this when it first released and I agree 100% with your review. I really fought with myself whether to return it or not when I first purchased it. I bought I from Too Faced.com so there was the hassle of shipping it back in involved in my decision. I decided to keep it because I don’t have any palettes with colors like this together. I agree the purple shade is completely useless. So, it is like it’s not there to me. I use a white base under it. This palette really shocked me as far as the quality goes. I usually am pleased with too Faced palettes . No, they are not MUFE quality. But, they are good. But, I dig the color combos and the honestly, I get suckered in by there packaging. This one was no exception to that.But, the shadows do need a base-absolutely. If I had to do it all over, I would probably pass because I very rarely find myself reaching for this now that the novelty of the “fun” colors has worn off.

I like some of their palettes, but they are usually not my favorites — I think the last TF palette I really loved was Pretty Rebel, which isn’t as much of a surprise, because those are mostly frosted/metallic shades, which TF does well.

What white base have you used with this, Nicole?

Yeah,Pretty Rebel was probably their best that I can recall in some time.
I use Too Faced Bullertproof 24 hr shadow liner in white Lie . I think it is meant to be a large eyeliner type pencil. But I smudge it on my lid and it works fine. I have used Mac’s Painterly paint pot as well. I prefer the white over the nude with these shades. It made them brighter. I guess for the more mute look, a nude primer would be good. Btw, you did a great job with the looks here! I may have to actually use this palette again! Lol!

Good thing these colours aren’t typically my thing! But I’m surprised at the quality. I have the Natural Eyes and Boudoir Eyes Palette and both are As to me, with great textures and blendability. Only the glitter shades aren’t as good. They are almost as good as Urban Decay Naked quality. At least a few people who own it here seem to like it. ☺

In the last one or two years, the formula has felt a little thinner/drier to me, so that might be part of it.

Hi Christine, I just love this sweet palette! But you are right in saying that it performs great with a primer! Love these Too Faced palettes! The other palette that it reminds me of is the Kat Von D Esperanza palette, love that one too, so colourful and pretty!

Yeah, the Too Faced eyeshadow formula just feels near-hopeless without a base :/ A surprising number are quite fine over bare skin, but the thinner/drier formulas like Too Faced’s are the ones that rarely seem to do so well without something extra to support it!

I can see how these colours appeal to lots of people – very summery colours. But they are not for me. The violet colour was gorgeous though.

Macaron and Sugared Violet are very veeeeery pretty! Still, I don’t think it’s the palette for me. I’m not feeling the overall color combo.

This palette is definitely very pretty to look at but I wasn’t too sure about it. Too bad it doesn’t seem to perform that well.

I like a few of the colors but I think I’ll stick with my Chocolate Bar palettes. I really like the quality of the shadows

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