I’ve never been to Museum of Ice Cream, but I always see photos and videos of people going when it’s in their city and it looks like so much fun. Ice cream themed exhibits and a pool of sprinkles to dive in to – who wouldn’t want to go to that?! So to tide me over until I one day get to go, I had to browse the collaboration Museum of Ice Cream did with Sephora. There are multiple items in the collection such as a charm bracelet, cheek palette, eyeshadow palette (that looks like a popsicle or ice cream bar!), brushes, etc. A few years ago, I would buy everything from the collection because it’s just that cute! But as I’ve gotten older – and accumulated more bills to pay and lost storage space – I only buy from limited edition/special collection sets if I really want it and I only pick out what I know I will get a lot of use out of. So despite the ice cream bar/popsicle eyeshadow palette looking super adorable, I knew the shades were too bright for me therefore making it not very wearable.
I ended up buying the cheek palette called Sugar Wafer Face Palette and the brush set. The brush set has sprinkles in the handles and one of the main reasons I got the brushes is that it came with a sprinkle clutch! A clear, hard plastic clutch with a gold closure and sprinkles sliding all around the clear case. It is so fun!
How cute are the brushes? They are really soft too! The Sugar Wafer Face Palette is double sided and comes with 2 highlights, 2 blushes, and 2 bronzers. I’ve swatched them below!
I haven’t used the brushes yet, but I have used the face palette and it’s so pretty. There is some sparkle to it, but a very fine amount so it just sparkles/shimmers a little in the palette but not on the face. The clutch is too cute for words and while the space inside is very small/narrow, I think you could definitely fit your ID and some cash. I have the brushes inside it now and those aren’t flat so you know slim things can fit. I will definitely take the clutch out in the spring/summer when things are all bright again since the sprinkles definitely make me think of warmer weather.
With how bright and fun this set is, I’m surprised they didn’t launch this in the summer as opposed to early fall. But, I have no problem using the palette any time of year and I can patiently wait to take my sprinkle clutch out for a spin!