Too Faced Natural Love Review and Swatches

Too Faced Natural Love Review and Swatches

Too Faced recently launched their new Natural Love palette which is a total lifesaver for everyone that loves natural looks. This palette is filled with every shade that you could possibly need to pull off an easy daytime look to a dark smokey eye. A palette similar to this one was produced in 2009 and the new release has an updated version of everything that you need. The packaging, the size and the arrangement of the shadows in this palette makes it so perfect and girly. It is very reminiscent of classic Too Faced which I am extremely grateful for considering I have been disappointed by some of their newer products. I would also like to point out that I did not purchase this palette myself, I borrowed it from a friend, but after using this a few times I will definitely be adding it to my collection.
Too Faced Natural Love Review and Swatches

Cost: $59
Where to Buy:Too Faced
sephora
Important Notes: This palette is formulated without parabens and gluten
Packaging: The packaging on this one is big and very girly pink. It has a magnetic closure. The outside looks like classic Too Faced and has velour lettering on the front for added texture.

There are 7 matte shades, 13 shimmery shades and 10 sparkle shades. Some of these shadows are releases from previous palettes, but the big design makes this easy to have everything in one big palette instead of several small ones.

Too Faced Natural Love Review and Swatches
Columns 1 & 2

(Bold title denote favorites)
Heaven: Off white matte. Perfect base color with good pigmentation and easily buildable.
Lace Teddy: Peachy neutral. A little chalky, but a good transition color.
Pink Cheeks: Cool-toned light pink with a slight shimmer
Poodle: Frosty cool pink. Perfect lid color or inner corner highlight.
Spotlight: Warm matte light taupe. Good transition, crease or base color depending on your skin tone.
Fairytale: Very foily and is easiest to apply with fingertip. Light gold and easily buildable.
Satin Sheets: Pink with gold shift. Very pigmented.
Kittens: Very similar to Satin Sheets but more subtle. Very creamy and blendable.
Cutie Patootie: Light coral with a metallic shift
Honey Butter: Warm matte light orange taupe. Needs built up to get a lot of color payoff and can be chalky and prone to skipping

Too Faced Natural Love Review and Swatches

Columns 3 & 4
(bold denotes favorite)
Nudie: Cool toned trasition. Light/medium brown matte
Pushup: Medium shimmery brown. Very blendable.
Bunny Nose: Cool Pink w/ shimmer.
Dear Diary: Brown with gold undertones. Shimmery.
Honeymoon: Coral frost with subtle shimmer. Prone to fallout.
Tickle Me: Light silver brown. Looks much darker in the pan, but is very pigmented.
Moonbeam: Cool-toned taupe frost
Coffee Date: Warm-toned medium/darker brown
Hot and Bothered: Orange/brown/copper. Subtle shimmer and great pigmentation

Too Faced Natural Love Review and Swatches

Columns 5 & 6
(Bold denotes favorite)
Don’t Settle: Cool dark brown with heavy silver shift
Chocolate Martini: Matte with sparkle. Not as blendable.
Love Bug: Purple-based medium brown. Very frosty.
Spoiled: Slight frost. Medium neutral brown.
Makeup and Chill: Matte warm-toned dark brown. Not as pigmented and prone to skipping.
Fingers Crossed: Dark brown with glitter.
Undercover: Dark purple-based brown. Can skip but is easily buildable and very pretty when built up
Smokin’: Very frosty gray brown. Much lighter swatched than in pan.
Night Fever: Dark brown with glitter
Stiletto: True matte black. Black are hard to work with, but this one is very black when built up. Is prone to fallout.
I personally think this palette will work for most people that do natural makeup looks more frequently. You really get  a ton of product in this one, so it will likely last you the rest of your life. The price for this one is more than fair if you enjoy most of the shades in this palette. I am most impressed that you can put together so many different looks and it is truly a complete palette. There are enough base, transitions and mattes to build up a look. The amount of glitter and sparkle shades can add depth and give a complex aspect to an eye look. I could see makeup artists being able to use this since it is so versitle and really has everything you need.
There really isn’t much to complain about with this guy. The packaging is very pretty, but not very sturdy. It is possible that it might not be great to travel with. It would also be borderline impossible to drag this guy around to touch up. Since the packaging is light pink with velvet lettering it is prone to getting dirty. There are always some shadows in every palette that fall a little flat, but all of these shadows are workable.
At the end of the day, this is a neutral palette. BUT for a neutral palette this is a great one. I could see a beginner getting a ton of everyday use out of it. I could also see a working artist being able to get a lot of use for this. For the price this is very good quality. I was able to get a lot of different eye looks from this; all of them different. I am very grateful that this reminds me of Too Faced’s roots. Here is a picture of one of the looks I really enjoyed after using this one.
Too Faced Natural Love Review and Swatches

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Comments

    • KayleighWelsh says

      I have been trying to lay off the eyeshadow palettes myself. I have so many and I feel like I will never go through most of them. This one is great though.

    • KayleighWelsh says

      Right?! I kind of feel bad buying one of my own because I feel like I might not use anything else I have

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