- Naturally sexy, a collection of nine, complimentary shadows are the perfect palette of sexy, late-night neutrals
- Tempting textures, pigment-rich, high-performing shadows offer a sophisticated range of textures from velvety mattes to silky shimmers
- How-to cards, three, easy-to-follow, how-to cards show you how to create night, fashion and classic looks
I love too faced eyeshadow better then any other shadow’s out there. The color stays bold all day, goes on smooth,blends easily and always looks perfect. I hate eyeshadow that looks faded and cheap and too faced makes great quality eyeshadow. I use this for the day or night..it looks good for any occasion.
This is my FAVORITE pallette hands down! Every single color is beautiful! They all can go together too! I wear this at least twice a week (which is a lot for me). The pigment is great and with a primer it lasts all day and is beautiful all day. I may need to buy another one!
Nice palette for day or night
I like Too Faced palettes. I have the Naked one and the Natural one. Both are great and I use them often. Some colors have a lot of shimmer, so if you are not big on that than try the more matte palettes that Urban Decay and the like have.
Great colors applies easy and smooth lasts all day and has easy direction to do different things and designs to your eyes.
Some pretty colors…but too glittery
Let me preface this by saying that the colors are pretty and generally well pigmented (I use it with Too Faced Shadow Insurance). My issue is that many of the colors are very glittery – I like shimmery shadows, but we are talking big chunks of glitter here in several of the colors. If you’re familiar with Urban Decay’s “Midnight Cowgirl” shadow family you’ll get the picture. Basically the entire palette is gliterry, except for two matte shades. If you get this, make sure to put a tissue under your eyes to catch the fall-out or you’ll look like a disco ball. I’m talking serious fall-out here.The colors are:Full Moon: Glittery ChampagneNight Light: Supremely Glittery rosey pink (this one has a chalky texture, making it impossible to apply without massive fallout.)Spotlight: Matte BeigeNightcap: Shimmery medium tanAfter Hours: Chalky glittery medium beigeMoonstone: Glittery deep tanCocoa Star: Matte chocolate brownEclipse: Glittery Chestnut brownNight Fever: Glittery Chocolate brownThe positives: The packaging is cute, the colors are fairly pigmented, Too Faced includes looks cards so you can get ideas on looks.The negatives: This is only a good palette if you already have a nice collection of eyeshadow and you want something to throw in your purse when you’re going out of town and know you’ll be partying (and you have the patience to deal with massive fallout). You can definitely make some work appropriate looks, but these are more glittery than shimmery, making it a bit juvenile. Some of the shadows are chalky too. I also have the Urban Decay Naked palette and the colors are MUCH better, as is the quality of the shadows. Personally I think Naked is also a better deal. It’s $50, so $14 more, but you get more colors, the shadows are better quality (creamier and smoother), and it comes with a nice brush.I find that I don’t use this palette much. It isn’t a palette that has an obvious place in my makeup collection.Updated: I am still experimenting with this palette (I brought it in my makeup bag on vacation and left my UD Naked palette at home) and I’ve definitely created some nice looks that are completely appropriate for daily life. I just don’t LOVE it. The problem is, I have the Urban Decay Naked palette. The colors are similar between UD Naked and TF Natural at Night (warm browns and champagnes) but the Urban Decay colors are shimmers (I love shimmers) and many of the shads in the Too Faced Naked at Night palette are glitters. That makes the TF colors much harder to work with due to fallout. Ultimately, this palette is 3.5 stars to me. It has nice colors and you can create some great looks (provided you put tissue under your eyes to catch the fallout), but the UD Naked Palette is just better in my opinion in terms of pigmentation, ease of application, and blending.