Glam Morena: Review: Too Faced Natural Eye Palette.

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Review: Too Faced Natural Eye Palette.

You probably remember me featuring this in my February and March Favorites, but now it's time for a review of the Too Faced Natural Eye Palette. Yes, I have both this and the Urban Decay Naked Palette. While they do have the same concept there are definitely a few differences. For those who can't find the  Naked Palette in stock then I suggest purchasing the Natural Eye Palette because it's a great alternative!

Description: The Natural Eye Kit contains everything you need to create the pretty, soft, and slightly sexy "natural eyes" you've seen on super models and celebrities and have always wanted to perfect for yourself. The three easy-to-follow, step-by-step instruction cards lead you through every fun step to insure a professional looking application every time

Retail Price: $35.00

Purchased From: Apothica

Step-by-Step Instructions: Three easy to follow "how-to" cards transform you into a professional Hollywood makeup artist by teaching you everything you need to know to create the perfect Natural Eye for any occasion.

  • Very pigmented
  • Smooth texture/formula
  • Combination of matte, shimmer, metallic finishes

  • CONS:
  • Bulky packaging
  • Nude Beach has some fallout

  • Overall Thoughts: This has definitely become one of my favorite palettes! Nine eyeshadows for only $35 is a pretty good deal to me. What made me want to purchase this palette in the first place is because I hardly have that many neutral shades. If you're a neutral lover then you'll definitely want to check this out.

    The shades in the palette are broken up in three categories, which are day, classic, and fashion. The colors included are Heaven, Velvet Revolver, Sexspresso, Silk Teddy, Push-Up, Erotica, Nude Beach, Honey Pot, and Cocoa Puff. All shades are richly pigmented. I do notice a bit of fall out from Nude beach because it contains chunkier glitter. 

    It's made of cardboard, but very sturdy and hard. Only major con I have is that the packaging is so bulky. There's a tiny drawer that pulls at with a "brush" in it, but I don't bother using it. Good thing is that it seems as though Too Faced has gotten rid of that for future palettes. The Romantic Eye Palette is a lot slimmer.

    Swatches of the Too Faced Natural Eye Palette!

    Do you own the Natural Eye Palette? Planning to buy it?


    Kaitlyn said...

    i've had this for quite a while. i actually purchased it to satisfy my naked palette craving when it was sold out everywhere! lol. i really like it, and i need to use it more! i definitely agree about nude beach, though.. there's quite a bit of fallout. overall the colors are gorgeous though :)

    Janine aka J-Ezzy @ *La Dolce Vita* said...

    don't own it but i would love to have it someday! i already have the naked palette and can't justify this one :(

    i do however LOVE the shades!

    Meroe said...

    I plan to buy this palette this week with my 15% off at Sephora! I can't wait!

    Anonymous said...

    Great review. <3 I did buy this and liked it, but I went and exchanged it for something else. I might purchase it again. lol :p

    G A B Y said...

    I love this, it's my go to palette! I hate the bulky packaging though )=

    Danielle said...

    I love this palette! I reach for it so much. The fallout is annoying, but that shade is worth the extra effort! Thanks for the excellent swatches once again!

    Anonymous said...

    I have this and the UD Naked Palette. I really like this palette and see it being my go to neutral palette. I had the same problems as you with Nude Beach, but other then that love the palette. Do you have the Naked Eye palette? I have that too and really like it as a no makeup look

    Ev said...

    i bought this palette as a gift and was thinking about getting it for myself! very nice colors, wish it came with some blushes though ...

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