Sneak Peek: Too Faced x NikkieTutorials The Power of Makeup Palette Photos & Swatches

Too Faced x NikkieTutorials The Power of Makeup Palette
Too Faced x NikkieTutorials The Power of Makeup Palette

Too Faced x NikkieTutorials The Power of Makeup Palette ($56.00 for 1.11 oz.) is a limited edition eye and cheek palette (that also comes with a bag full of additional goodies). Here’s a quick look at what’s in the palette with a full review to come!

The Power of Makeup Palette

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I like shimmery shadows , but not a fan of frosty shadows or chunky glitter. This might be fun for someone who’s young and just starting to play with makeup, but not for me.

Pretty much. Think I’ve written off tf as generally too puerile. And btw, I’m calling my new bridal satin Mr. Frostee. At least the top row. Glad I wear glasses. Often have to blend in some matte. Watched a YT on the miss Jen fabulous palette that seriously was made by a 12 y.o. (Idk really, but she could not have been 14) She actually had excellent presence, presentation, and professionalism, though her insights weren’t there yet.

I could pass on everything except that highlighter! Hopefully, there will be a dupe among my million other highlighters! Fingers crossed:-)

The quality looks better than I was expecting, but most of these shades feel done to death. Especially these neutral shades. I could, however, see this being a really nice palette for one who doesn’t already have many neutral shades or glittery party shades in common colors. The teal, purple and gold are lovely, though!

I seriously wish TF would come out with some PERMANENT single or duo shadows like they used to have – they had some really GREAT ones. All these LE palettes – they all look like ones from previous years (honestly, you look at some of the past Holiday palettes and there really isn’t a huge amount of difference between some of the shades in this and in, for example, The Finer Things, Joy to the Girls or Jingle All the Way….they just seem kind of repetitive. And with the real winners – it would be great to be able to buy them again as singles if you finish off what’s in the palette – it used to be that way with some of their Holiday palette shadows and even blushes – Glamazon, Teddy Bear and even a blush – La Vie en Rose (one of the most beautiful blushes ever….gone now, of course).

It swatches better than I expected but it’s a little too girly for me with all of the sparkles. Considering Nikki’s age, this is right up her and those in her age groups alley.

Hmm, none of these really grab me. If I was 10 years younger, I probably would buy this solely because of the name “glitterally.” It’s nice to know I’ve matured at least a little bit since my teenage years.

I just don’t understand how this is cute…it honestly looks like something you’d pick up for $8 to give your six year old niece ? Obviously the quality is much better but I feel Too Faced needs to come up with more sophisticated, dare I say, grown-up packaging!

The swatches looks good .. but there’s nothing new at all except for the new purple mascara, then again; when did I ever wanted a purple mascara?

I think its an amazing gift for a new makeup lover since it has all the basics.

Maybe it’s me but too faced’s limited eye palette, it’s the same shades everytimes. I have the vegas nay and it’s so similar …

I agree. I like Nikki but there are only a few shadows I can wear and they aren’t enough to justify the $56. I’m saving my money for the new UD Naked Matte palette.

The shimmery shadows look good, but the mattes look a little dusty and the colour choices don’t quite fit the rest of the palette (why more matte black?). I am not a fan of glittery or frosty anymore, but I guess this is aimed at a different age cohort.

My take? The shimmery shades are the best. The mattes are mediocre (not the worst, but definitely not the best). The ones with chunky glitters are terrible.

And yes, the color selection is odd.

This seems like the perfect starter kit, but I think I have too much like this in my collection to bite. 🙂 I wish that gold was the gold in the PB&J palette though- it looks much more pigmented!

I think it looks super cute if you are 11 and if it was $9.99. It’s getting mucho love on the You Tube channels, which I suppose is very nice and professional of them all. I’m far too old, I’d look ridiculous in all that “slap” as the Brits would say!

I’m very interested to see Temptalia’s review of this palette. I am drawn to several of the shadows, the coral blush, the pink high light, and the purple mascara. I want to make sure that all the products I would be purchasing the set for will actually perform. I agree that the packaging is very childish/teenager “cutsy” but that is Too Faced for you. I was also interested in the Totally Cute palette but the shades I would have been purchasing it for (purple and pink) were not that great. Hopefully this will perform better.

I’m “too old”, but I like this anyway! Unfortunately, I have at least a billion dupes for the neutral shades and would basically be buying this for the purple eyeshadow, the purple mascara, and the I Will Always Love You blush (my second favorite of the Too Faced Love Flush blushes). But the mascara will be a crap shoot because I’m not the biggest fan of the Better Than Sex formula, and I’ve already got enough of both blushes to last a while. So, in the interest of not buying palettes for one or two shades, I’m going to have to pass on this one.

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