Have you ever seen a makeup item more boujee than this Too Faced Pretty Rich eyeshadow palette? I wanted this palette purely because of the shades so I wasn’t really bothered about the packaging but seeing it in person, now I am obsessed! I mean it’s not very practical which would put some people off but I don’t mind as it’s so pretty! The palette comes in a pink case which is very chunky and has a magnetic clasp. You cannot really hold this palette and do your eyeshadow as it’s so big especially when opened, so I wouldn’t mind if there was no mirror, however I feel that it is a pretty touch!
Even the shade names are boujee AF! I love it. What attracted me to the palette is that there are all the things you could need in 1. Transition shades, crease shades, shimmer and glitter! You can create day looks, evening looks and you can even go super glam! There are so many options, bronzy, gold, silver, smokey, pink, blue!
I am impressed with the pigment in the eyeshadows. The quality is amazing and this palette is now my go to! The matte shadows blend beautifully and they are so velvety, they look stunning on the eyes! When I use the shimmer eyeshadows I pick the product up on a brush and spray MAC fix plus and pack the product on and it works so well! It is pigmented straight away and can be built up. My favourite look is It’s Cashmere in the crease, Fancy That to deepen the crease, Don’t Carat At All half way on the lid and Oh, That’s Rich! to darken the outer corner. I like how there is a shimmer colour to go under the glitter shades so you can really make the look opaque. It’s a shame that the black shade has shimmer in it, but I don’t usually use black eyeshadow anyway. I always do my eyes first when using the glitter shades because obviously there is some fall out, but it is minimal, I have had worse! The matte and shimmer shades have no fall out at all.
I am so happy with the Too Faced Pretty Rich eyeshadow palette. I am so glad I decided to get this without reading reviews! I recommend this palette to everyone and is worth the price tag of £39! What do you think? Thanks for reading!