Enjoy 30% Off select Too Faced Lipglosses today. Might I suggest you grab up as many tubes of Mirror, Mirror as possible? It’s my fav, HG gloss of all time! So shiny, so slick, so glossy, so thick! LOVE!
Here’s the break down:
- Too Faced Mood Swing Lipgloss (Regularly $18.95) $12.95
- Too Faced Mirror, Mirror Lipgloss (Regularly $16) $11.20
- Too Faced Lip Bronzers (Regularly $17) $11.90
- Too Faced Girls Dig Pearls (Regularly $18) $12.60
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, Valentine's Day Collections
Please do not buy us “guess what’s inside me” chocolates. We do not want to have to sit and bite into each piece playing a game of seek and find with really gross filling trying to find one we like. DO NOT WANT these types of chocolates.
Please do not buy us liquid, cream, or cherry cordial-like chocolates. Anything that squirts in our mouth when we bite into it just reminds us of Fear Factor, please don’t do this to us k? DO NOT WANT surprise juicy filling!
Please do not buy us cheap teddy bears or stuffed animals that sound like they make strange jingle, jangle noises when we move or shake them. We are scared to find out what the bear is stuffed with! DO NOT WANT bears stuffed with questionable stuffing.
Please do not buy us jewelry that’s gold-nique aka just as nice as gold but NOT really gold. DO NOT WANT fake jewelry you purchased on an end cap at Macy’s, this doesn’t count or gain you points.
We do want fabulous beauty gifts….!
Too Faced takes a note from Urban Decay and releases a golden shade of their popular Shadow Insurance Primer. Too Faced Candelight Shadow Insurance has a soft focused golden finish with a subtle metallic sheen whether worn as a base for color or alone.
Let’s have a peek!
I’m going to take you back to my beauty past as I reminiscent about Too Faced First Base Eyeshadow Primer. Remember it? It was probably the first real primer I ever owned and I thought it was the shiz.
It was a sparkling gold base which I used to wear as a cream shadow to brighten my eyes up and I also enjoyed topping it with pigment because it created alot less fall out but lord knows it never really worked well at keeping shadows in place.