If you are a regular reader here, you will know I am a huge Too Faced fan, and their new releases get me so excited, and the recent Natural collection was no exception! Too Faced have added some new products as well as re-packaging some of their core products, and the result is so pretty! The two items I was most interested in trying were the Natural Eyes and Natural Face Palettes, although if I had the money, I would definitely have ordered all of it! The lipsticks look simply stunning.
As always, the packaging is divine, with this collection having a nude, natural theme, with lace, gold, hearts and more. Especially with the Natural Eyes palette as this was a previously released product, but they have certainly upped their palette packaging game! In true Too Faced style, both palettes have a slightly, sweet, creamy scent to them which is always a nice addition. The Too Faced Natural Eyes Eyeshadow Palette (£34) is a neutral eyeshadow palette which the formula has also been updated, so that the shadows are less dusty and more pigmented, making for an all-round better application and finish. Each shadow has an embossed lace and floral pattern on them, which also adds to the beautifulness of this sweet must-have palette.
There are three double-sized pans, and six regular-sized pans, some mattes and some shimmers…
*Heaven is a light, yellowed beige with warm undertones and a matte finish
*Silk Teddy is a light peach with warm , orange undertones and a frosted sheen.
*Strip Poker is a light brown with warm, golden undertones and a matte finish.
*Cashmere Bunny is a soft, medium brown with warm, yellowish undertones and a matte finish.
*Push-Up is a medium-dark, rosy bronze with warm undertones and a metallic sheen.
*Honey Pot is a medium copper with strong, warm orange undertones and a metallic sheen.
*Sexspresso is a dark brown with subtle, warm undertones and a matte finish.
*Erotica is a medium-dark, plummy taupe-brown with subtle, warm undertones and flecks of gold micro-sparkle over a matte finish.
*Chocolate Martini is a medium-dark brown with warm undertones and flecks of gold and olive shimmer.
Honey Pot and Erotica are definitely my favourite two combined, and you could definitely use Silk Teddy as a highlighter and Strip Poker as a light matte contour or bronze shade, so this is definitely a palette you could get a lot of use out of. Although it is almost too pretty to use - does anyone else buy gorgeous makeup products that they can’t bring themselves to use for ages?!
Next up is the Too Faced Natural Face Palette, which costs £35, just £1 more than the eyeshadow palette, which I was quite surprised with as face palettes often cost a lot more. It comes packaged just as beautifully as the Eye Palette, and contains two highlighters, two blushers and two bronzers, suitable for all skin tones. The Face Palette also has that vanilla scent to it, and that pretty embossed lace print on each pan. Each pan is buttery soft to apply on to the face and some shades are really well pigmented, whilst others are more semi-opaque but still buildable.
The shades include;
*Starlight is a pale, yellowed peach with a pink-to-violet sheen highlighter.
*Satin Sheets is a very light, pinky-peach base with strong, warm gold pearl paired with a metallic finish highlighter.
*Pink Wink is a bright, medium pink with subtle, warm undertones and barely-there, golden pearl blush.
*Pink Sand is a muted, medium rosy pink with strong, warm undertones and a matte finish blush.
*Sunny Honey is a medium brown with strong, warm orange undertones and a satin finish bronzer.
*Tropic Like It’s Hot is a medium-dark, rosy copper with warm undertones and a metallic sheen bronzer.
If you paired this with the Eye Palette, you could take both away on holiday and have pretty much every face and eye colour and finish you could want. Satin Sheets is definitely my favourite of the two highlighters, with Pink Sand blush being the perfect shade for lighter skin tones, along with the Sunny Honey bronzer.
All the Loves,