|Would buy this product again.||73%|
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I've got an allergy on my lid with some of the colors (dark ones) every time I use it my eyes start to become red and my lid gets red itchy spots :( same happens with de dark colors in the natural eye palette :(
Age: 25-29 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
I have always been very fond of Too Faced Natural palette, so I decided to buy this. Being a fanatic of bronze eye shadows, I have to say I have been quickly BORED with this palette.
The shadows have nothing new, Too Faced keeps re using them in each palette they get out.
Also, if you already have NAKED from UD, and except if you're a makeup fanatic who needs to have all the palettes that exist on earth (like me), don't buy this. It's very very alike.
I love it, it creases very easily with MAC Paint Pot as a primer, so make sure you use the TF primer for your shadow to old on all day/night!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
I purchased this product at my local Ulta for about $36 after purchasing the original Natural Eye palette by Too Faced. I loved the darker brown colors at the store, and they did not dissapoint when i tried them out in eye shadow looks. The dark brown colors complement my dark brown eyes and make some beautiful smokey eye looks! The colors are more dramatic than the natural eye palette but are beautifully pigmented and have great lasting power! My favorite colors in the palette are night light and moon stone. I would recommend this palette to anyone who likes dramatic smokey eye looks, but I took off one lippie because I didn't love this palette quite as much as i love the Natural Eye palette.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Dry, Fair Hair: Red, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Green
This is a really nice palette by Too Faced, I'd definitely say straightaway that I prefer it over the daytime version. Whilst I love the matte colours from the daytime one this night time one is more my thing, I'm a smokey, dramatic kinda girl. An added bonus was that they include a sample of my HG eye primer shadow insurance, so I thought that was really nice too. Anyway, onto the colours, I'd say my personal favourites are Moon Stone (an iridescent olive/gold/hints of taupe), Night Fever (another shimmery brown/slight hint of black), Full Moon (shimmery gold/dark champagne colour) & Eclipse (a deep plum,quite alot like 'Hustle' from the Naked palette).
I think its a really unique idea that they include the instruction cards but to be honest I prefer to mix and match the colours to my own taste rather than follow them, but it is good that they include some guidelines. This is definitely a palette for fans of dramatic eyes but you could also play it down a little and go for softer looks, which is what really makes this quite a versatile palette. There is a little fallout from these eyeshadows and they are pigmented and glittery, but all I do is tap away the excess and it seems to do the trick, or use a clean tissue under the eye so that it catches the fallout.
The things that I dislike about the palette and the reason why it doesn't get full marks is because I'm not a fan of the matte colour 'Spotlight'. It is supposed to be a highlight but it's a little too dark and odd looking on my skin tone, its a really gorgeous buttercream colour but for me it just doesn't work. Which is obviously really annoying when you pay a fair amount of money for a palette and then find you can't use one of the bigger eyeshadows included! If it were slightly lighter with some yellow undertones it would probably work better. Other than that, this is a really good, solid palette, would definitely recommend and probably buy again.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
this was my first too faced purchase and i was very excited about the colors i love neutrals and browns and i love it ! deff have to wear some primer to make it stay longer and stay put because like 90% of the colors are pretty shimmery and tends to have fall out but it blends well the colors compliment eachother very well only thing i would change is the amount of shimmer on some especially for highlight colors i like them a little more matte or frosted look..
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair, Warm Hair: Brunette, Curly, Fine Eyes: Brown
I had an instinct that I shouldn't buy this when I decided to randomly pick it up from ulta. I checked MUA on my phone before buying it and the reviews were good. Unfortunately, my intuition was right this time. The eye shadows look absolutely gorgeous. The problem is all the glitter in the first two highlight eyeshadows. If there's one thing that ruins a look for me it's glitter on my face from eyeshadow fall out. I find it embarrassing when someone asks why there is glitter on my face. I did my eye makeup with this palette before doing foundation and then wiped up the glitter fallout with a makeup wipe. Even after doing that I still found pieces of chunky glitter on my face. That is a no go for me. This might work for some, but I just returned it. Glitter is not my friend.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight, Fine Eyes: Green
I love this palette. I usually buy physicians formula and bare minerals and other cheap makeup. I usually dont spend this much money on eye shadow but for $38 I am very happy and will buy it again when I am out. I will also buy more too faced palettes in the future.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
Usually i favour UD for my eyeshadow palettes but i couldn't resist picking this up. The colours it comes with reminds me of UD's Naked Palette, but it is perhaps more user friendly for beginners. The 9 colours are set out in different 'looks' with the highlighter first, the crease shadow second and the finishing (idk what you call it i'm self taught ha) shadow last, which is a nice idea i think if you are stuck for ideas or don't tend to get creative.
The palette also comes with little cards that advise you on how to create the looks which again is a nice touch for beginners, but it's also fun to play around with them all and mix them up a bit when you have time, it has a nice collection of light and dark, matt and shimmer shades. Not as much choice as UD and i don't find the looks you can create as dramatic but perfect to shove in your bag for a weekend away, and the colours are perfect for daytime too if you tone down the shimmer,
I find the colours blend reasonably well and stay on for a decent length of time, all in all a good middle of the road every day palette, and definitely one that is good for someone who doesn't quite know how to mix and match colours yet.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Hazel
great for my hazel/amber eyes! love it! one of my fav palettes!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine Eyes: Blue
I bought this and the Natural Eye Palette the other day, and so far I am obsessed! All of the shadows are super silky and easy to blend. Night Light is a BEAUTIFUL color, quite glittery but super pretty. I also like Full Moon and Moon Stone which is a goldy/green color. It is actually super flattering in the crease! Love it.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
I love this product, I think he colors are so flattering on any skin tone. They give you 3 different ways to wear the shadows but this has been a product that I use almost on a daily basis and I have come up with several of my own variations. I love it and I would definitely buy this again. Looking forward to my next too faced palette purchase!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Sensitive, Fair, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Green
I've had this palette for a few months but I used it today and remembered how much I like it! It has mostly medium to dark toned neutral shadows that go on fairly sheer so you can build the color to the level you want.
I am very pale and dark brown shadows don't work for me so at first this palette seemed a little intimidating. However, I gave it a try and the shadows apply very sheer and can be built to the level you want.
The colors are mostly browns but there is an ivory shade (spotlight) and a greenish shade (moon stone). In addition, the middle row of colors seems to lean a little to the cooler side - hard to describe exactly but maybe they are a bit plum toned?
Overall though these are pretty shadows. Most are shimmery but not overly so. A few are a bit glittery and 2 are completely matte. This is a nice palette with a good range of brown based neutrals in a variety of finishes.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool Hair: Brown, Wavy, Coarse Eyes: Brown
Until I saw the 2 earlier reviews here, I didn't even know this new shadow palette existed. Then, after reading the reviews and seeing a few youtube tutorials, I decided I had to have it. Too Faced seems to have this knack of putting one or two totally irresistible and unique shadows in many of their palettes and I get nuts about having those shadows.
I'm a bit on the fence with this one. Night Light (the middle of the larger pans) has that sort of fallout that you can't even brush away - adherent pieces of glitter that seem to defy removal. Spotlight (bottom of the larger 3 pans) is just too dark for me to use as a highlight (NW 15-20, for reference) as are the other 2 larger pans, so basically, there is no highlight colour for me in this palette, should I want to take only it on vacation, etc. However, this palette is gorgeous. The 2 colours for which I bought it are Moon Stone and Night Fever and they are so gorgeous, I cannot tell you. They're almost too beautiful for words but Moon Stone is a sort of shimmering verdigris olive/bronze shade. Night Fever is a blackened deep brown with golden bronze glitter but the glitter in this one behaves itself! The other shades in the palette - some matte and some with sheen - are all excellent as well (similar to MAC's Sable, Bronze, Satin Taupe, Cork) - they are all fantastic shades and have great pigmentation and apply and blend beautifully, as seems to be typical of almost all Too Faced shadows. And while it's called "Natural at Night" and these are very sultry and glittery shades, most can also work quite well in the daytime, especially in autumn, I think. I can't wait to really give this palette the full spotlight once fall comes around again. They just have that smokey, warm, deep look that is perfect for fall as well as for a steamy summer's night.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brunette, Straight Eyes: Brown
This is utterly gorgeous! It's so sexy and warm toned... I mean, the way it looks all dessert-like and yummy in the palette, is the exact look it's going to give you, too!
It's luscious... Night Light is the only colour that has some difficulty to it - it is one of those 'pat it on, don't blend it on' colours, much like 'Nude Beach' in the Natural Eye palette.
I give this a 10/10... it's truly beautiful. I would def buy it again. These warm browns look gorgeous with warm nude lips or berry lips!
Perfect look for winter and autumn!
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Neutral Hair: Brunette Eyes: Blue
I knew I had to have this as soon as I saw it! A neutral palette with all my favorite warm colors?? Sold! The colors are:
Full Moon - shimmery gold (even though you can see the glitter in the pan, it doesn't seem to be a problem on the lids)
Nightcap - warm medium brown, almost a satin finish
Cocoa Star - matte deep brown
Night Light - glittery champagne
After Hours - shimmery taupe (reminds me of Satin Taupe)
Eclipse - deep burgandy, pearl finish. Don't be fooled, this is nothing like MAC's Sable!
Spotlight - matte warm beige
Moon Stone - deep golden green, pearl finish
Night Fever - shimmery blackened green
I posted a look I did with the top row of shadows (lightest on lid, medium shade in crease, darkest as a smoky liner).
I've also used the last row with good success. Still on the fence about the middle shadows - Night Light and After Hours have some obnoxious glitter. But I'm going to work with them some more. Favorites? Spotlight and Moon Stone of course! That green just gets me all excited, yum!