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Peaches & Scream Pigment Pots; Review + Swatches

I literally live for all the new releases in make up during this time of year, whether you're getting ready for Halloween or the festive period, you know it's going to be jam packed full of glitter! I've had my eye on this brand for quite some time but could never decide on what colour pigments I wanted, well that was until I saw these being released on Instagram and I thought what better way to start my Peaches & Cream collection what with these halloween themed pots of joy. The pigments I picked up were: Fangulous, Madmoiselle, Sinderella (part of the Peaches & Scream Campaign) and Gatsby.

If you're new to this brand, I recommend looking them up! They are a salon based in Liverpool and are highly famous throughout Instagram due to their stunning and artistic looks they create, going from soft to full glam within each post. Not only do they sell pigments, they also sell eyelashes (which I've purchased before and are lovely), make up brushes, lip glosses and more. All of there products are super affordable but they're all so essential for creating beautiful looks making that decision of what to put in your basket oh so very hard. You can get Fangulous, Cinderella and Mad Moiselle as part of the trick or trio bundle for £18 or if the pigments are purchased separately they are £6.95 each.

Fangulous is a magenta/ emerald green shift glitter pigment.
Sinderella is an orange copper glitter pigment.
Mad Moiselle is a cherry red glitter pigment.

As you can see from the swatches, they are all so highly concentrated and a little really does go a long way - with the perfect primer that is. Peaches n Cream do in fact sell their own primer on their website which would be ideal however it's something I regret not putting in my basket. They do still work well with the NYX Glitter Glue (which you can purchase from Boots) or by spraying MAC Fix+ on your brush and packing the pigment on your lid on top of your eyeshadow. As the trick n trio bundle are very finely milled but loose, they require more application of glue and there is a bit of fall out compared to using the Gatsby pigment, so be careful when applying and preferably to do your face make up after your eyes (thats for sure). Fangulous is probably my favourite due to the different reflect of colour in the light making it a real diverse colour however I prefer the formula in the Gatsby pigment as it is less glitter and more of a eyeshadow pigment.

(L-R: Fangulous, Sinderella, Gatsby & Mad Moiselle) 
(Above is without flash)
 (Above is wiith Flash)

I've linked the pigments above if you fancy purchasing some yourself, I would really recommend as they will be great in creating Halloween looks or even ready for the upcoming festive period. I will certainly be buying more, thats for sure! Let me know if you try any or if there are other pigment pots you recommend as I'm definitely up for expanding my collection and thank you for reading.

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