Sugar Cosmetics

Sugar Cosmetics 50% Off at Sephora

Looks like Sephora is giving the axe to Sugar Cosmetics as it’s quietly being marked down to 50% off!

Sad sigh.

The good news is you can now indulge in the Sugar Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush I recently reviewed for only $12 bucks! I could kick myself as I paid $24!

A few items that caught my eye:

Sugar Freshen Up Breath Freshening Lip Gloss $6 USD
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Sugar Round the Clock Eye Shadow Palette in Punch Out $14 USD
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Sugar Pump ‘Em Up Lipgloss $6 USD
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Sugar Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush $12 USD

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Although I’m not a huge fan of Sugar, I do like a few of their items and it’s sad to see it go! I’ll be taking advantage of a few items myself!

Anyone else hauling?

Tell the Muse!

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Sugar Cosmetics Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush Review

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Sugar Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush Review

I simply adore Sugar’s new Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush!

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I seen these while browsing Sephora’s website recently and I couldn’t resist picking up both shades available. They did a truly amazing job with these and I hope to see more colors added in the future!

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Each generous size compact contains one baked blush that has two shades of color. You can use the shades together or seperate to create various looks! I personally liked the effect of swirling my brush around both shades to create a deep blush shade that can be applied sheer or built up to create a popping look on your cheeks! I deem these suitable and pure perfection for those with darker skin tones! The two shades available are Cupcake and Gingerbread. Cupcake is more of a frosty pink shimmering finish and not pigmented to work alone as a blush but more as a highlighter and Gingerbread, my personal favorite, is a beautiful combination of copper and cranberry. Gingerbread creates a beautiful peach glow on my cheeks that’s absolutely stunning. For once in my life I’m not obsessed with having paler skin, I’m actually wishing I had more of a deeper skin tone as I think these would be amazingly flattering on dark tones.

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Left hand swatch shows what the colors look like blended together, Right hand side displays colors separate.
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Left hand swatch shows what the colors look like blended together, Right hand side displays colors separate.
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Normally baked cosmetic products do not have the best color payoff however Gingerbread happens to have amazing color payoff and I personally think multitasking the compact as an eyeshadow would be awesome. Both shades compliment each other brilliantly so why not get your money’s worth and use it on your face and cheeks! The formula is silky and smooth, blends wonderfully well, and has just the right amount of shimmer to create a beautiful glow. These are $24 USD and since the compacts are pretty generous in size I’d say well worth the price.

I like that Sugar was thinking out side the Fall Collection Look box and created colors that are unique and completely flattering for the cooler weather.

Sugar Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush, particularly Gingerbread, is definately Muse Approved for purchase!

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See more of Sugar’s Fall Sketchbook by visiting the Sugar Website.

Are these on your Fall wish list?

Love ‘em?

Love Sugar?

Tell the Muse!

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Sugar Cosmetics Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush

Oooo look what I came across!

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Since I’ve grown rather fond of bronzing powders this new compact from Sugar Cosmetics has caught my eye!

Sugar Cosmetics Sweet Cheeks Baked Blush is available in two shades Cupcake and Gingerbread for $24 USD each.

I’m wondering if these are those massive compacts that Sugar puts out! Know the ones?

I’m dead curious about how shimmery they are! Looks rather gorgeous from what I can see!

Cupcake seems more pinky while Gingerbread is a warmer shade!

I feel a strange lemming for both!

Anyone with me?

Almost Fall but the force is strong for these compacts! Expect some sort of review shortly I imagine!

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