Sugarpill Limited Edition “Trinket” Liquid Lipstick


The moment all makeup junkies have been waiting for…

SugarPill has made a liquid lipstick.
I repeat…

And it’s called Trinket.

Aaaaaand as we expected, it sold out in seconds.

I though, was lucky enough to grab a couple from this year’s IMATS L.A.


The art on the tube is designed by Sydney based artist, Bei Badgirl (@beibadgirl).

The package it comes in has the same art as the tube itself, and the tube is fairly long. Longer than Limecrime liquid lipstick tubes I’d say.


The wand it comes in is a little odd. I actually think it makes it hard to apply the product on my lips. There’s no shape tp the applicator, so I needed to use a disposable lipgloss wand to put it on my lips.


And the lip swatch…


Now lets go into the quality of the lipstick…

I love how it smells. Reminds me a lot of tuti fruity, jelly bellys.  I did also like that it was hard to take off. I had to use LA Splash’s shea remover to get it completely off.

What I disliked about it, is that it was really sticky. Even after it was dried to its totality, it stayed sticky, which would also bring more of the gold flakes out from the lipstick and eventually looked patchy. On my lips, it looked nothing like the IG swatches I saw and I was extremely disappointed.

I ended up selling it to a friend that wanted it and missed the launch. So at least someone could appreciate it more than I had.

Were you able to order it? What was your initial reaction to receiving it? Everyone is different. What I didn’t like may have been different for you. Tell me in the comments!


Jeffree Star Cosmetics


As most of you know, I occasionally work with different beauty companies for promo purposes (make-up show, imats, phamexpo, etc) and had my fair share of both bad and good experiences with cosmetic companies.

I ordered my very first JSC lipstick as soon as midnight hit on Friday, 3/13. I ordered (714.)


The shipping confirmation was sent to me later that day (yes that quick,) and I received it today, 3/16. I was impressed.

Then I actually opened the box. The product packaging was super pretty. Sturdy. Looked expensive. The actual quality of the product was immaculate. I couldn’t help myself and tried it on immediately. When Jeffree says it’s kiss proof, it really is kiss proof! I couldn’t even wipe it off even after I finished eating. It wasn’t drying, it was vibrant, and didn’t have an odd smell to it as some other liquid to matte lipsticks have had.


JSC did great homework and made a GREAT product. I will continue to buy from Jeffree Star Cosmetics and actually just placed my order for RedRum!

What are your thoughts?