Too Faced Natural Eyes Review and Swatches

The Too Faced Natural Eyes palette packaging is stunning! I’ve always wanted to try one of Too Faced’s smaller palettes. I love how compact they are. I wanted this palette to use everyday, to create a simple eyeshadow look. I got this eyeshadow palette for Christmas and was super excited to use it… but I kind of wish I asked for something else for £32…

The palette comes in a pretty tin. The packaging feels and looks expensive. The design is so pretty and it’s pink! The palette has 9 gorgeous shades but I am not satisfied with the quality so I don’t think it’s worth the big price of £32! If you are looking for a compact small natural palette, that is high end… I’d would pick this over the Too Faced Natural Eyes palette.

I love how there is a white shade to use as a base. The glittery shades Silk Teddy, Push Up and Honey Pot are pretty and are the type of shades I go for, for my lid colours. Nudie and Cashmere Bunny are nice crease shades, I’d prefer Sexpresso if it was more of a warmer brown shade. Erotica and Chocolate Martini are nice colours, but wouldn’t I use them that often.

When I swatch eyeshadows, I like to see what they are like with one swipe, to see what they are really like. If I’m honest, I wasn’t really impressed with the quality of the shadows. I even think the colours look a bit meh when swatched. I think I wanted this just for the packaging to be honest.

I use this palette by building up colour in my crease, then using a shimmer shade on the lid, and go back in and blend. The colours just blend away into nothing, it looks like I haven’t even bothered applying eyeshadow. Am I doing something wrong? Have I got a dodgey palette? I don’t know! I don’t recommend this palette. There are cheaper palettes out there as well that will give you natural shades, with better quality eyeshadows.

If you have used this palette, I’d love to know if you have the same opinion as me! Thanks for reading!

2 Comments

  1. Velvet Blush
    February 16, 2018 / 9:32 pm

    I find that this is the case sometimes with palettes that have been hyped up, I’ve never really been attracted to Too Faced eyeshadows personally as I didn’t think they were worth it either. I’m actually leaning towards buying single eyeshadows nowadays because there’s some really affordable ones out there (like Freedom), and I find that I’m more likely to get shades I’ll fully use. It’s good to see reviews like this too though, just so you know what really isn’t worth it x

    Velvet Blush

  2. em
    February 17, 2018 / 4:10 pm

    the shades look lovely, but £32 does seem like a lot for what there is! this was a helpful review x

    emjbarker.blogspot.co.uk

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