Too Faced Everything Nice Palette Review, Photos, Swatches

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette ($56.00 for 1.76 oz.) contains twenty eyeshadows and four bronzer/blushes. It comes with a glittery, pink pouch, three short-handled brushes, and a deluxe-sized Better Than Sex Mascara. It’s new and limited edition for the holidays. It’s slim with a variety of neutrals and jewel-tones, matte and frosts, which makes it a more versatile, travel-friendly palette (though Too Faced could use more satin/pearl finishes in the range).

Overall, it’s a decent palette, and there’s a lot of value packed into it–the eyeshadows are 0.06 oz. each, which is larger than the average full-sized eyeshadow (e.g. MAC/Urban Decay are 0.05 oz. in full-size). The quality was present with the majority of the shades, though there were a few misses and so-so shades. Most of the shades wore well for eight hours, with a couple wearing less or more than that (noted below if it was shorter or longer).

I would have loved to have seen a cooler-toned shade for cheeks, because I think the four included run warmer. The brushes aren’t really useful, but they might work in a pinch, as the shapes seem really specific and less universal. Avid Too Faced fans will likely see the repetitive nature of the brand coming through in this palette, which is often the case with any brand that releases mega-sized palettes regularly. One thing I was happy to see is that Too Faced re-used some of the colors from previously-released palettes that weren’t just renamed, though there were still some shades that seemed to be repeats with new names.

Turtle Dove is a brightened, neutral ivory white with a matte finish. It had fairly good color payoff that went on smoothly without being powdery. This is a shade that Too Faced has done in a lot of palettes with different names (not all of them are exactly the same, but there are many that are very similar). See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Dream On is a light, yellowed beige with warm undertones and a matte finish. It had nice pigmentation but had a moderately powdery textures, so you’ll want to be careful when applying. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

After Hours is a warm, golden, medium-dark brown with a frosted, metallic finish. It had a very soft texture, but it sometimes looked clumpy applied, so it needs to be pressed against the skin to smooth it out, but it does have good color payoff. I had some fall out during wear with this shade. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Fawned of You is a medium, caramel brown with soft, warm undertones and a matte finish. It had so-so color payoff, and it is definitely a shade that would benefit from a good primer underneath, so it would adhere better to the skin. The texture was soft, silky, and just a smidgen powdery. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Knockout is a dark brown with warm, reddish undertones and a matte finish. This shade looks a lot less warm-toned applied than it looks in the pan. It had good pigmentation, and the texture was soft but not powdery. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Paper Roses #2 is a light, warm-toned pink-peach with a soft, frosted finish. It had good color payoff with a slightly powdery texture, but it was blendable and easy to apply. And just to be clear, there was a shade called Paper Roses in another palette, but the two are nothing alike (it actually made me wonder if this shade and Kindness is Free were mislabeled). See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Kindness is Free is a light-medium, yellow-toned pink with a frosted sheen. It had semi-opaque pigmentation, and it had a slightly dry, thinner texture. I found the intensity applied was always less than in the pan–it just didn’t want to go on boldly. I would recommend using only with a primer. It had a tendency to fade a bit faster, by seven and a half hours. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Mauvelous #2 is a silver-shot mauve with flecks of copper sparkle. This shade felt like they used sparkle, rather than larger glittery particles, and it was a lot less noticeable than the last one I remember, but it was also noticeably lighter. It had decent color payoff, but there was still fall out as none of the sparkle really binds with the actual color. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Be You is a subtly warm-toned, muted, dusty purple with a matte finish. The texture was soft but powdery, and I noticed that this one didn’t layer or build-up well. It was harder to blend than I thought it would be, as it had a tendency to stick where it initially applied without budging much further. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Secret Lovers is a dark brown with subtle, cool undertones and a pearly sheen. It had nice color payoff, and it was fairly smooth and easily blended on the lid. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Heaven is a yellowed white with a matte finish. It is noticeably powdery, though the texture is very soft and finely-milled. It had good pigmentation. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Shiny Happy is a neutral-to-cool-tone, dirty gold with a metallic sheen. It had nice color payoff, and it applied smoothly overall. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Honey Pot is a light-medium, orange-gold with a metallic sheen. It had excellent color payoff with a soft, smooth texture that was a dream to work with. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Don’t Settle is a muted, medium-dark brown with subtle, yellow-olive undertones and a metallic finish. It had good pigmentation, while the texture was a little dry, it still applied fairly well. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Girly is a warm, reddish-brown with a green-to-teal duochrome. It had nice color payoff, and the texture was soft and buttery. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Totally Fetch is a bright, fuchsia pink with cool undertones and a pearly sheen. It had great, opaque pigmentation that went on smoothly. It seemed to have a higher sheen than the one in the Pretty Rebel palette. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Live It Up is a medium-dark, lightly cool-toned purple with silver/purple sparkle. The sparkle just goes everywhere but where you’d like it, as it doesn’t bind with the actual color. What little bit may transfer onto lids during application drops below the lid within the next couple of hours. It had semi-sheer color coverage, though the texture wasn’t stiff, it was just thin. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Too Glam is a brightened, green-leaning teal with a frosted sheen. It had great color payoff, and the texture was soft and smooth to work with. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Head Over Heels is a glittery, blackened navy blue with purple and lighter blue flecks of glitter. It had sheer color payoff, and the texture had an almost wet-like feel to it. The glitter seemed to be more prominent when applied to the lid, but this was a one-way trip to Fall Out City. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Chocolate Moon is a dark, blackened brown with subtle, cool undertones and gold sparkle over a matte finish. Again, the sparkle doesn’t bind with the color, so most of it is lost between the brush/underneath the eye. It had decent pigmentation, though the texture was a little dry and less blendable than desired. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Sweet Pink is a medium, lightly warmed-up pink with a fine, golden shimmer. It had good color payoff, and it was blendable and didn’t emphasize pores when applied. It wore well for eight hours before fading along the edges. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Papa Don’t Peach is a muted, medium peach with warm, orange undertones and a frosted sheen. It had great pigmentation, while the texture was slightly powdery, it was easily blended on the skin without emphaizing the skin’s texture. It lasted for eight hours before fading. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Chocolate Soleil is a medium-dark, tan brown with warm, yellow-ish undertones and a satin-matte finish. It’s a permanent product in Too Faced’s range, and it’s in nearly every holiday palette from them this year (and was often included in their various palette/sets released in the past). The texture is soft, silky, lightly powdery, but blendable and fairly pigmented. It lasts about eight hours on me. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

Inner Light is an iridescent pink-peach with a strong, golden frosted sheen. It had fairly good color payoff, though the finish tended to emphasize pores slightly. See comparison swatches / view dupes.

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Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Everything Nice Palette
Too Faced Everything Nice Palette

Too Faced Turtle Dove Eyeshadow
Too Faced Turtle Dove Eyeshadow

Too Faced Turtle Dove Eyeshadow
Too Faced Turtle Dove Eyeshadow

Too Faced Dream On Eyeshadow
Too Faced Dream On Eyeshadow

Too Faced Dream On Eyeshadow
Too Faced Dream On Eyeshadow

Too Faced After Hours Eyeshadow
Too Faced After Hours Eyeshadow

Too Faced After Hours Eyeshadow
Too Faced After Hours Eyeshadow

Too Faced Fawned of You Eyeshadow
Too Faced Fawned of You Eyeshadow

Too Faced Fawned of You Eyeshadow
Too Faced Fawned of You Eyeshadow

Too Faced Knockout Eyeshadow
Too Faced Knockout Eyeshadow

Too Faced Knockout Eyeshadow
Too Faced Knockout Eyeshadow

Too Faced Paper Roses Eyeshadow
Too Faced Paper Roses Eyeshadow

Too Faced Paper Roses Eyeshadow
Too Faced Paper Roses Eyeshadow

Too Faced Kindness is Free Eyeshadow
Too Faced Kindness is Free Eyeshadow

Too Faced Kindness is Free Eyeshadow
Too Faced Kindness is Free Eyeshadow

Too Faced Mauvelous Eyeshadow
Too Faced Mauvelous Eyeshadow

Too Faced Mauvelous Eyeshadow
Too Faced Mauvelous Eyeshadow

Too Faced Be You Eyeshadow
Too Faced Be You Eyeshadow

Too Faced Be You Eyeshadow
Too Faced Be You Eyeshadow

Too Faced Secret Lovers Eyeshadow
Too Faced Secret Lovers Eyeshadow

Too Faced Secret Lovers Eyeshadow
Too Faced Secret Lovers Eyeshadow

Too Faced Heaven Eyeshadow
Too Faced Heaven Eyeshadow

Too Faced Heaven Eyeshadow
Too Faced Heaven Eyeshadow

Too Faced Shiny Happy Eyeshadow
Too Faced Shiny Happy Eyeshadow

Too Faced Shiny Happy Eyeshadow
Too Faced Shiny Happy Eyeshadow

Too Faced Honey Pot Eyeshadow
Too Faced Honey Pot Eyeshadow

Too Faced Honey Pot Eyeshadow
Too Faced Honey Pot Eyeshadow

Too Faced Don't Settle Eyeshadow
Too Faced Don’t Settle Eyeshadow

Too Faced Don't Settle Eyeshadow
Too Faced Don’t Settle Eyeshadow

Too Faced Girly Eyeshadow
Too Faced Girly Eyeshadow

Too Faced Girly Eyeshadow
Too Faced Girly Eyeshadow

Too Faced Totally Fetch Eyeshadow
Too Faced Totally Fetch Eyeshadow

Too Faced Totally Fetch Eyeshadow
Too Faced Totally Fetch Eyeshadow

Too Faced Live It Up Eyeshadow
Too Faced Live It Up Eyeshadow

Too Faced Live It Up Eyeshadow
Too Faced Live It Up Eyeshadow

Too Faced Too Glam Eyeshadow
Too Faced Too Glam Eyeshadow

Too Faced Too Glam Eyeshadow
Too Faced Too Glam Eyeshadow

Too Faced Head Over Heels Eyeshadow
Too Faced Head Over Heels Eyeshadow

Too Faced Head Over Heels Eyeshadow
Too Faced Head Over Heels Eyeshadow

Too Faced Chocolate Moon Eyeshadow
Too Faced Chocolate Moon Eyeshadow

Too Faced Chocolate Moon Eyeshadow
Too Faced Chocolate Moon Eyeshadow

Too Faced Sweet Pink Blush
Too Faced Sweet Pink Blush

Too Faced Sweet Pink Blush
Too Faced Sweet Pink Blush

Too Faced Sweet Pink Blush
Too Faced Sweet Pink Blush

Too Faced Papa Don't Peach Blush
Too Faced Papa Don’t Peach Blush

Too Faced Papa Don't Peach Blush
Too Faced Papa Don’t Peach Blush

Too Faced Papa Don't Peach Blush
Too Faced Papa Don’t Peach Blush

Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzer
Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzer

Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzer
Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzer

Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzer
Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzer

Too Faced Inner Light Blush
Too Faced Inner Light Blush

Too Faced Inner Light Blush
Too Faced Inner Light Blush

Too Faced Inner Light Blush
Too Faced Inner Light Blush

Too Faced Eyeshadow
Shiny Happy (inner lid), Don’t Settle (middle of lid), Too Glam (outer lid),
Head Over Heels (crease), Heaven (highlighter)

Too Faced Eyeshadow
Shiny Happy (inner lid), Don’t Settle (middle of lid), Too Glam (outer lid),
Head Over Heels (crease), Heaven (highlighter)

Too Faced Eyeshadow
Kindness is Free (inner lid), Mauvelous (middle of lid), Live It Up (outer lid),
Totally Fetch (crease), Paper Roses + Dream On (highlighter)

Too Faced Eyeshadow
Kindness is Free (inner lid), Mauvelous (middle of lid), Live It Up (outer lid),
Totally Fetch (crease), Paper Roses + Dream On (highlighter)

Too Faced Eyeshadow
Honey Pot (inner lid), After Hours (middle of lid), Girly (outer lid),
Be You (crease), Secret Lovers (crease), Heaven +Dream On (highlighter)

Too Faced Eyeshadow
Too Faced Eyeshadow

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Makeup Look

On face:
  • Giorgio Armani Maestro Foundation
  • Urban Decay Naked Loose Finishing Powder
On eyes:
  • L'Oreal Highlighter Infallible Eyeliner
On lips:
  • Too Faced Shimmering Naked Dolly Lipstick

About the Reviewer

Reviewer

Christine has normal-to-dry skin with areas of dryness (cheeks, nose, and under the eyes). She has a light-medium skintone with subtle, warmer yellow undertones. Her best foundation matches include: Tarte Rainforest of the Sea in Light-Medium Neutral (best match), Estee Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place Makeup in Desert Beige 2N1, Giorgio Armani Maestro Glow in 4.0, Hourglass Warm Ivory Vanish Seamless Finish, Laura Mercier Candleglow Soft Luminous in Dusk, MAC NC20/NC25, Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Liquid in Y305 (140). For more matches, please read our full Foundation FAQ. For more information on our review process, please read our Review FAQ.

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So reminds me of last year’s favorite things, and chocolate bar and so many other Too Faced products from the past. I’m sad they swapped out last year’s (full sized, special edition) lip color for a few brushes most of us probably won’t use.
Skipping their holiday line…which is fine…I see so many other wonderful things to buy this holiday season (just ordered the Marc Jacobs eye liner set…I know you give those great reviews in general).
Thanks for saving me $59 (though maybe it’s really $14 when accounting for those eye liners).

You’re review sealed the deal for me. I’m so glad that I went with my initial reaction to pass on this although I love TF. It just looks too darn similar to last year’s holiday palettes and the colors I do like are ones that I already have from TF. I also agree that although some of the names are different, these are repeats. I’m not as enamored with TF as I once was, particularly these large book-sized palettes. But I do still love those 9 shadow TF little square palettes!

I like the concept, but it’s definitely annoying when things have new names but are really nearly the same (if not exactly the same)!

Get this palette…..its really nice for pigmentation and travel. This is better than the Vice 3…I returned mine…it was bad…..this is better and its more wearable for daily look and pigments are better this time . Ud vice 3 failed.

I always want to buy Too Faced’s stuff, because they do some really cute packaging, naming, and have CF status (AFAIK…) but every time I just don’t feel it when I see their products IRL. Like, they’re so on point for my tastes, if I look at it objectively, but… eh! Definitely think their repetition has something to do with it – so many of their releases feel so similar that I just go “eh, it’ll be back in a few months”.

You definitely don’t need to own every TF palette they put out, and if you miss one, they’re likely to repeat at least some of it sooner rather than later, lol! Great for saving you money if you’re a big fan but sometimes annoying when you’d like to be tempted πŸ˜‰

After some careful comparison, I think I can breathe a sigh of relief and put my wallet away. Last year’s “A Few of My Favorite Things” was my absolute favorite out of any brand’s holiday releases, and when I first saw this palette I was afraid I wouldn’t be able to stay away.

Though by your estimation, the quality seems to be slightly higher this year, I really prefer the shade selection in last year’s palette, especially the blushes. Last year’s whole palette really seemed to sum up the holiday mood for me! Thanks so much for this review.

No problem, Lydia! Sometimes a palette seems better when I initially go through it or just looking at swatches, but since I go shade-by-shade… there’s a very “good feelings gone” moment as reality sets in, lol!

I am looking to buy just one eyeshadow pallette this fall, do you think I should give this a chance? or wait for other brands to release their fall pallettes ? Price range-no more than $60. Was looking forward to vice 3, but after your review, I am not even thinking about it anymore.

It’s not a great palette, but I’m not sure what else may be on your radar or what kind of colors you’re looking for. I guess one way to think about it is are you okay with the shades that are misses being misses? How many colors that you loved are the good ones? Do you normally use primer? (That will always bump up your experience with an under-performing palette!)

If I’m considering a lower-performing product, I personally consider things like: 1) do I care about the shades that are really bad (if I would hardly use them, it doesn’t matter so much), 2) are they mostly colors I’d use/love, 3) are they colors I already have in my stash, 4) is there decent value behind it, 5) would something I already own (e.g. primer) fix the majority of the issues, 6) what else is on my list.

I would’ve loved if all the light pink/pearl colors were pigmented and didn’t look so powdery. Those are the kind of colors I really like for tear duct and highlighting. Other than that I like 8 of the eyeshadow colors (im looking for mostly jewel tones, bright colorful colors), and the blushes are nice too. I agree, its not a great pallette πŸ™

This is very good advise Christine, thank you. I personally really wanted this and was bummed that it wasn’t great. I have the too faced boudoir eyes, chocolate bar, and matte eye eyeshadow pallets and I LOVE them! With your advise in mind, I don’t care for the underperforming colors so I’m gonna get it! Unless of course you tell me I have the majority of the shades with these 3 pallets that is!

I think you may be okay, because the palettes you have are mostly neutral, so the pops of color from this one would work well with those, plus you’ll get the blushes as well.

Glad I could help πŸ™‚

Im not a fan of Toofaced eyeshadows at all. They are dry and powdery and most of the colors blend into mud and all look the same. Lately since the Chocolate Bar pallet the formula has change for the best and even Rival Urban Decay! I kinda need this pallet now!

I will probably pass on this as I still have a couple of their palettes from last year + it didn’t perform amazing, but the looks you did are beautiful and I love the lipstick!

I don’t personally recommend this or the Vice3! It’s just like choosing between two subpar palettes, and I don’t feel good about it! I haven’t tried Smashbox Masterclass 3 palette, so I can’t weigh in on that — sorry! πŸ™

Still haven’t swatched mine…but this is pretty much what I expected in terms of quality-wise, since I have a lot of other Too Faced palettes. I too was wondering about Paper Roses!

I was wondering if maybe mine was just off because it was a press sample (but it had all the packaging, box and all, so when that happens, it is rare that it is different), so glad it wasn’t just me!

My guess is Too Faced is gearing their holiday sets towards people just starting out with makeup. Because while this set is indeed a great value, I just don’t see anything interesting or new. And the brush options are weird. I might consider getting this for a niece or something. As for myself, I think I’m good on regular ol makeup for now.

The holiday sets in general are great for beginners and can start to get redundant for anyone who’s bought more than a few over the years!

I loved last years set so I was hoping i’d feel the same about this but I don’t. It’s pretty but It doesn’t wow me. I also have a lot of similar things already. I loved a lot of set last year but this year so far the only things that catch my eye are the hourglass blush palette (mood exposure has been on my list so might as well grab it in a set) and the too faced melted set which also has two colors on my list in it. Other then those this year just isn’t wowing me.

Is it just me or does it seem like the sets this year are perfect for beginners/those looking to build a collection?

I tend to feel like most of the sets are good for anyone newer to makeup (beginner or not), but that as you start to accumulate palettes… well, you’ll find more dupes! I find this to be truer with brands that release several palettes throughout the year like Too Faced and Urban Decay.

The past couple of big holiday palettes turned up at Nordie’s Rack by early spring, selling for half price! Good things come to she who waits. πŸ˜‰

Christine, you are saving me so much money this holiday season. With the fail of Vice 3 and this, there’s just not much on my radar. Still waiting to see the rumored Lorac Mega Pro and Laura Mercier’s offering, but that’s about it! Maybe NARS will come out with something fabulous?

I agree…that vice 3…I tried so hard to like …I shipped mine back….it was bad….only 3 shades were good…but not for that price. And the “sonic”…shade was a fav…(mac coppering “dupe!…but I love this two faced set…I’m pleased with it so far.

I like it but, I don’t like it. lol But honestly it is a well put other palette but it reads same old same old to me for Too Faced.

I’m glade I grabbed the Smashbox Master Class Palette III because they cover both neutrals and colour evenly. The only thing it’s mising in comparison is the shimmer/glow highlighter but you can really use one of the eyeshadows in Oyster for that. lol

Oh, very nice! I think I bought it (I have a massive Smashbox palette of some sort, at least), but it’s so, so massive that with my current situation of already being behind, I haven’t opened it!

I personally don’t own any Too Faced products, so I feel like this is something good for someone who is interested in the brand like me! I most likely will be buying this since it includes a lot of stuff in one palette.

I know you said it’s a so-so palette, but I’m still intrigued. I just ordered the La Bella Carousel because I’m a sucker for the packaging and some of the shades looked simply gorgeous. A few of the shades in here look nice, but I am disappointed that Paper Roses doesn’t look the same as the one from the Country palette- I really liked it when I saw it swatched. It reminded my of Alien from the new Vice palette; Which was the only one I was interested in from the Vice 3. :c

I hope to at least get some swatches up for that set soon!

I have no idea why Paper Roses is so different here. I really think they’re swapped, lol!

This doesn’t interest me at all. Lots of repeats from past sets, and the new ones don’t impress. Shame! IMO Too Faced just hasn’t gotten the shadow formula right yet. Love their bronzer and brushes though.

I feel like they can do some really amazing shades… and then drop the ball on others. That’s the nature of most brands, but it tends to be more apparent in these mega-palettes!

Hi Christine! Thank you for all your work!! I am just wondering what the dupes may be for kindness is free, would you know of anything that may be similar? By the way I really love your looks! Beautiful!!! πŸ™‚

I actually like this one. I don’t have any of their blushes, so it would be nice to try them. The eye colors have enough variety for me. It’s not the most stunning set ever, but it’s got decent variety and good value.

Personally, yes. Pretty Rebel is one of the best palettes I’ve come across in terms of quality. I really like it, BUT it is a lot of color (for some, that’s a bad thing!) and more shimmery (less variety in finishes), so those are some takeaways. Still love mine, though.

I’ll give it a try. I love color! And all I have is naked 3 and lorac 1 and kat von d Beethoven. Aside from all my MACs. I want a palette with color.;)

Love this palette – the only thing is I wish they had a mint green instead of one of the chocolate brown colours (because I think there are enough of those around) or a forest green. That would make the palette much more appealing to me. However I think lots of the colours are beautiful and they certainly look great on you Christine.

I’ll be saving my money on this one. If it had been available in a store I might have changed my mind after swatching, but as I have to order it, I’ll just skip it and order Insomnia from MUG instead. There are quite a lot of colours I really like in this, but there’s so many new ranges and LEs coming I’m sure I’ll soon find something else to spend my money on.
I’m still waiting for the Fade to Grey (or whatever it”s called) duo from GA, and that will cost a lot.
I love the looks you created. So pretty!

LOL, I totally need to be able to get Totally Fetch and Too Glam by themselves – they’re my favourite shere! Maybe Girly too, because I don’t own anything like it. I wouldn’t find a way to get the whole palette though, mostly because Head Over Heels is very disappointing (you know me and blues!).

I was trying to decide which of your eye looks was my favourite…but I can’t. So there you are. They’re all awesome πŸ˜€

OK I HAD to comment: best. Review. Ever. So comprehensive and helpful. Thanks much!! I am so on the fence about this palette because it is such a good value and hits pretty much all the right bases for a standalone kit… But… I am le broke. Uuugh

It will be handy for people who need to buy presents for holidays. Not me. πŸ™‚ I respect your painstaking review, Christine.. How many more? πŸ˜‰ πŸ™‚

The brushes aren’t really useful, but they might work in a pinch, as the shapes seem really specific and less universal.

Christine,
I had been desperately searching for this palette but sadly It isn’t available now at sephora. Any info whether they restock it later or was it availble for limited period only? How can I buy it from elsewhere?
In need of help Xxo

Hey Christine,
How about the online makeup sites like do they have original make up products? I saw beautybay.com selling two faced everything nice palette as its in stock there. Shall I buy from there? I live in Sydney, I would appreciate if you could recommend me online sites where I can buy such products in original package when they go out of stock..
Need some serious help πŸ™ Xxo

You know, I was checking the Wet n Wild swatches you had uploaded for the site and I saw the bottom shade on the right of the palette (greens) was similar to girly in swatch. Since girly was the only shade that i think most of us were after, I can now justify giving this a pass..

What do you think Christine? Is that a dupe for girly since the Pretty Rebel Palette is out of reach now for us and this one wont justify buying an entire palette for a shade.

I received this palette for christmas and I am IN LOVE with it! There are so many great day to day shades, however you can find many in other palettes or on their own. Either way I recommend it to people that are wanting to try out the Too Faced Products a bit more before becoming a huge Too Faced fan like I am!

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