Sugar & Spice

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Sugar & Spice is a matte, medium, warm, spicy, brown eyeshadow with a reddish-orange undertone. This eyeshadow works well applied lightly all over the lid, blended into the crease, apply it heavier for the outer corner and some might even be able to use it as a brow powder. If you love matte eyeshadows this one is a must have for your collection. It works well with any of our warm neutrals but also wear it with Siren, Mermaid Lagoon, Olive This Color, Sage Rage, Golden Ticket, Golden Girl, Poise ’N Ivy or Dirty Girl. All Red Apple eyeshadows are gluten free, paraben free, allergen free, cruelty free and vegan. Our mineral eyeshadows are made with the finest and purest ingredients and are non-comedogenic. Whether used wet or dry, our eyeshadows give you beautiful, long-lasting color that won’t fade or crease!

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Allergen Information

Corn Free, Cruelty Free, Dairy Free, Nut Free / Fragrance Free, Petroleum Free, Soy Free

Ingredients - Eyeshadows

Ascorbic Acid, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Zinc Oxide, Silica, May contain iron oxides, Ultramarines

Product Color Family

Browns & Blacks

Product Finish

Matte

Eye Color

Blue Eyes, Green Eyes, Hazel Eyes

Application Location

Brows, Crease, Eyelid, Transition

Customer Reviews
4.6 Based on 20 Reviews
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J
10/15/2023
Jess
US US
  • What's your age range? 40-49
  • What's your beauty style? Classic

Beautiful

I am loving these eyeshadows! They are lovely! I just love the way this color looks on me and I love that this makeup is clean, extra bonus!

12/15/2023

Red Apple Lipstick

We're thrilled to hear how much you're enjoying our Sugar and Spice eyeshadow! It's wonderful to know that the color looks great on you and that our commitment to clean makeup adds an extra layer of satisfaction for you. Thank you for sharing your experience and for your enthusiasm about our eyeshadows. We hope they continue to bring joy to your makeup moments. Best regards, The Team at Red Apple Lipstick

JL
06/27/2023
Jennifer L.
US US
  • What's your age range? 50-59
  • What's your beauty style? Classic

The color of sunset

I wasn't sure about this color, but since I'm deliberately trying to try shadows that are not neutral, I had to try this one. I was not disappointed. This is a striking sunset color on my eyelid - not too orange and not too pink/red, but something in between. It's the color of a beautiful sunset and the perfect color for summer!

KM
08/24/2021
Karen M.
United States United States
  • What's your age range? 60-69
  • What's your beauty style? Natural

Sugar and Spice is Nice

Love this neutral matte shade. Very natural and goes with my skin tone.

A
09/07/2020
Anonymous
US US
  • What's your beauty style? Low Maintenance
  • What's your age range? 40-49

Perfect for my blue eyes!

I like the bronzed but better look this shadow gives without glitter. Please add more mattes so my collect can grow.

T
01/04/2020
Tina
  • My Style: Classic
  • My Age: 60-69

Versatile!

The name of this shadow color is indicative of its character. The "spice" is appropriate, as if I was actually applying a cinnamon-cloves combination to my eye lids. And the "sugar" indicates a sweetness that makes it even more inviting, like a freshly-baked sugar cookie! I think this color is versatile, and I have been pulling out the rose undertone with lip color such as "Berrycuda," one of my new favorites. I placed this color in my "reds" palette so I can compare the subtle leanings of each one.