Ok. Prepare yourselves. This post is about the palette I've been lusting after for weeks. I had convinced myself I didn't need it (I'm kind of still sure I don't) and I didn't want it, but I finally caved. This swatched so beautifully at ULTA that I couldn't resist, so I grabbed the last one and scurried out of there like I was carrying the Declaration of Independence.
This palette contains ten full sized eyeshadows (.05 oz) and retails for $46. To put that in perspective, that makes each eyeshadow around $4.60, which is pretty affordable considering these eyeshadows are very, very high in quality. There are some neutrals in here, as well as some high-shine metallics and a couple of really interesting bright colors.
Can we talk about how pretty this palette is?? Too Faced has really mastered the art of sucking innocent makeup addicts in with adorable packaging. The whole thing is just COVERED in this glittery, elastic cloth material and has an overlay of criss crossed matte black ribbons with the brand name and palette name on them (duh.)
Also, no funhouse mirrors in here. The mirror inside runs just short of the length of the palette, and the lid closes through a magnet on the two bottom corners of the palette.
I am obsessed with this palette. If you've researched this palette at all, You'll have noticed that Girly looks like it could be a dupe for MAC's Club or the duochrome shade in Wet 'N' Wild's Comfort Zone palette. More on that later!
|Left to right: Ringleader, Gangsta, Instigator, Badass, and Jailbird|
|Left to Right: Wet 'N' Wild Comfort Zone shade, Too Faced Girly, MAC Club|
|Left to right: Wet 'N' Wild Comfort Zone shade, Too Faced Girly, MAC Club|