Fancy a little Fun in the Dark? The new Too Faced Fun in the Dark Palette has winged into way on to shelves and brings back days of old with that Too Faced Quickie Chronicle feel. Remember those? By the way a reader had won one of these from Too Faced recently….can’t remember who…but shout the word…curious how you’re feeling about the palette after trying it!
Jump to see how the Muse feels about it!
I actually really miss the Too Faced Quickie Chronicle palettes so this is right up my alley. I collect various pin up girl magazines, bits, and bobs so the packaging on those old palettes thrilled me. I was delighted that the new Too Faced Fun in the Dark Palette had that pulp fiction feel with a retro glam pin up girl on the cover. The fun doesn’t end there though! Flip it open and it has a full size lit mirror, so cute! The mirror is surrounded by little lit bulbs so truly you can have a little fun in the dark with your makeup.
The palette includes a variety of everything so you can get your full makeup look on without a ton of fuss.
You get four shadows in Pin Up (Creamy Beige), Peep Show (Peach), Full Frontal (Chocolate), and Lucky Charms (Forest Green). The shades are the typical pigmented Too Faced formula particularly Lucky Charms and Full Frontal. I did feel the shades were slightly mismatched but actually you can create a variety of looks using the palettes so I’m enjoying it to the fullest.
You’ll also get Papa Don’t Preach blush which is a lovely peachy shade and Sun Bunny a dual sided bronzer. To complete the look Tropical Pink gloss (transparent with pink glitter) and Free Love lip cream (beige nude pinky peach).
I loved everything in the kit aside from the gloss and lip cream which weren’t as creamy as I had hoped plus I can’t pull off Free Love at all, bit too nude for me. The shadows create a mysterious look or a fresher look by using Peep Show. Any look created leans towards a warmer finish, ideal for the cold days of Winter ahead when you’re busy wishing for Spring.
Overall, it’s inexpensive price tag, $32.50, cute design, and variety offer a nice little option for makeup palette lovers. I could be bias because I love palettes but this one was too sweet to pass up particularly because of the back lit mirror.
My pic below was created using Full Frontal and Pin Up on my eyes and Papa Don’t Preach on my cheeks. Excuse my brows and eyes. My eyes are all irritated and dry because I’ve been trying out these lenses for an upcoming cosplay event and my brows have a wicked weird Brooke Shield thing going on. I swear my threader does some weird 80’s thing with my brows, I dunno if I love it or hate it.
It’s available now from Too Faced as part of the Spring 2010 Collection.
What do you think?
Anyone haul it?
How you feeling about Too Faced Spring 2010 so far?
I got some of the shadows to fiddle around with and I must say they are so gorgeous on my big buggy brown eyes, LOVE! A little warm for Spring wearin’ but gorg none the less!
Too Faced Spring 2010 is available now at www.toofaced.com
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