June 7, 2011

Too Faced Midnight in the Garden of Glamour Collection Too Faced Fall Collection 2011

Oh stop it…

Whatever happened to the days of old when we didn’t hear about Fall Collections until late July?

Forget that shiz.

Fall 2011 is here and the first to serve it officially up is Too Faced Cosmetics with the new Midnight in the Garden of Glamour Collection for Fall 2011.


Ok, we’ll take Fall.



  • Too Faced Smokey Eye Shadow Collection $36

A smokey eye is the most requested makeup look by women seeking a smoldering, sexy style. We reintroduce this popular collection with a slimmer package and new, color-saturated formulas. Created for this deeply blended technique, our wearable shades add a modern drama to all eye shapes.

  • Too Faced Exotic Color Intense Eye Shadow Singles $18

Our dangerously rich collection of exotic shadows inspire pure decadence. These intense sating shades were created as the must-have accessory to compliment our best-selling eye shadow collections. Your lid will be instantly elevated to daring and dynamic with these color-saturated accents.


  • Cop a Teal (Peacock Blue)
  • Firefly (Antique Gold Shimmer)
  • Nice Stems! (Golden Clover)
  • Copper Peony (Copper Sun)
  • Midnight Mist (Midnight Sapphire)
  • Petals to the Metal (Metallic Brown / Blue)
  • Frilly Lilly (White Crystal Shimmer)
  • Poison Orchid (Midnight Amethyst)
  • Voilet Femme (Lavender)
  • Enchanted Garden (Golden Expresso)
  • Magic Mushroom (Neutral pink shimmer)
  • Night Nymph (Black Silver Shimmer)
  • Too Faced Perfect Eyes Waterproof Eye Liner $18

Our creamy, long-wearing eye liners glide on with the ease of a liquid liner and lock down for 8 hours of budge-proof, smudge-proof wear. These high-impact pencils come in six waterproof shades ranging from the necessary classic to cutting-edge couture. Each includes a flexi-firm, beveled smudger to allow for a smokey blend or precise line.


  • Perfect Black (Black)
  • Perfect Peacock (Teal)
  • Perfect Black Orchid (Blackened Plum)
  • Perfect Purple (Purple)
  • Perfect Brown (Brown)
  • Perfect Storm (Charcoal)

  • Too Faced Shadow Insurance Lemon Drop $18

Introducing Shadow Insurance Lemon Drop Color Correcting Eye Shadow Primer!

Our world-famous Shadow Insurance primer has been infused with a perfect lemon-yellow tone that neutralizes redness and ruddiness while ensuring eye shadow shades are clear and true every time.


  • Too Faced Shadow Brushes Essential 3-Piece Set $39

After over 20 years in the industry, Jerrod Blandino brings you a makeup artists tool kit featuring the three, must-have eye brushes that everyone from the professional expert to he beauty beginner needs to build every eye look possible.


  • Liner/Smudger
  • Lid/Smoker
  • Crease/Blender


  • Too Faced Size Queen Mascara $21

Our gigantic, dual-helix brush and keratin-infused, curl-setting formula work synergistically to create magnificent, multi=dimensional lashes instantly! The massive, corkscrew-shaped brush boasts both long, lengthening bristles and short, volumizing fibers to grab, coat, and condition every single lash for a lavish, layered effect!

Phew! What an incredible collection!

By default I need the new box o’ shadows as Too Faced does a damn fine job with these palettes and I have the other four so of course I need to add numero cinco to my collection. I’m happy to see new single shades of shadow as Too Faced hasn’t really updated its shadow range in a while and these look intense! The primer looks quite good to but an obvious dupe of Urban Decay Eden but who knows could prove better?

All I know is I need this collection my life!

It’s available, already, like now, at www.toofaced.com


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  • Ludwig

    I have to agree with you Muse! It also seems like Christmas comes earlier and earlier each year as well : S

    The waterproof eyeliners sound pretty awesome but I could do without the smudger…

  • Fey

    Sultry, sexy, haute. I love it when Too Faced goes dark. Thoughhh I prefer their other smoky eye palette, with the nice pop of green. I hope that palette doesn’t get discontinued. This is nice too. Got the brown, the classic, and the icy smoky looks all together.

  • Kate

    Promo looks similar to the YSL fall collection. Shadow singles look nice, especially the packaging.

  • anna

    I’d be interested to see how the new Smoky palette compares to the existing… Those shadow boxes are usually great value 🙂

  • Laci

    I need no more eyeshadows, but I will be getting the Smoky Eye Set. Hey, I have the other 4. 😉

  • theRothstanator

    The new singles look nice, but yeah, what’s up with the new Smoky Eye Palette?

  • femputer

    :O I think this is the first Too Faced collection where I wanted at least one of everything.

  • CucumPear

    TFSI lemon drop looks amazing and the pencils are intriguing. Not too keen on the Shadow Singles’ packaging, though.

    • JCz

      I thought the Lemon Drop sounded intriguing too. I don’t need another shadow primer, but I may pick this up just because of the name! Seriously though, I like the idea of a primer with a slight yellow tint to brighten the eye area, kinda like Benefit’s LemonAid, but with primer capabilities.

  • Elena

    Whats sup with the brushes not being available yet? I’m curious about the smokey eye..I have the natural eye palette and it was great. Well, at least until “naked” entered my life, lol.

  • Melissa

    Golly gosh darn it muse. I need it all. ALL of it. I think this will be a great compliment to my chanel fall hall as it’s a wee bit cheaper than Chanel. Fall is my favorite and i tend to wear “Fall” all year round. So bring it on!

  • Musebeliever

    I want it all as well…
    I really need to buy a Too faced palette ! They look so pretty !

  • VampiressDoll

    Gah, that’s all me. I want everything! Those single shadows remind me of Anna Sui.

  • Misato-san

    I will try the Lemon Drop SI (just brought Candlelight and loving it!) for sure. And maybe some eyeshadows and pencils, I need to see the colours live.

  • Sarah S.

    The packaging of the single shadows is so unique and cute! But I hate single shadows… I’m a palette girl.

  • Colleen

    I am interested in the singles! Also, I think lemon drop is more a version of Lemon Aid than Eden. If so, count me in!

  • Majick

    LA LA LAAAAAAA – not listening! LA LA LA

    Dear Goddess does it ever stop? THank the lady it doesn’t because I love every minute of it. I just hope I can resist this for a while. I’m happy with summer right now.

  • Andrea

    I like the look of the new palette, though I hope that doesn’t mean the old one hasn’t been discontinued. I haven’t had a chance to pick up that one yet!

  • ribbonroses

    I WANTS!!!!! Oh wait maybe us brits don’t get it until autumn/fall, maybe that’s why they can call it the fall collection……. I heart my current smoky eye and naked eye palettes!

  • so

    The promo looks VERY similar to the YSL fall collection, even the name is a copy (“jardin de minuit” is french for “midnight garden”…)

    Nice products tho.

  • char

    oh wow this is makeup heaven right here! i likey, i wantey, i needy, i getty,.lol! Thanks for the post i will be going out and purchasing this tomorrow!

  • Robin

    Lemon Drop is so intriguing…I’m about out of the original so it might be time to experiment!

  • Kasey

    The Lemon Drop SI seems more like a dupe for Benefit’s Lemon Aid than UD’s Eden.

    • Sydnie

      It pretty much is. Label Whore was Jerrod’s favorite shadow and one of the best-selling and most popular so they couldn’t get rid of it.

  • Tigress

    The Lemon Drop shadow insurance sounds promising, and I’m still wanting those brushes! Pricey, but so nice. Le sigh….

  • Sydnie

    If you haven’t tried the waterproof liners yet, they are a MUST! They’re not only waterproof – they’re tear proof, too. My favorites are Perfect Peacock and Perfect Black Orchid. =] The Perfect Black is reminiscent of Lava Gloss but in a waterproof form. So beautiful!

    Sorry to inform you gals, though… The original Smokey Eye palette is dunzo. If you really *need* it then I’d ask your Sephora or Ulta gals if there are any in the back that haven’t been shipped back yet but if not then eBay or something may be your best bet. The new Smokey Eye has taken over! IMHO I think it’s 10x better, though.

    The new shadows are fab, too! Slightly more pigmented than the older ones and much cuter packaging they’re an awesome addition to the palettes that are out. If you get 2 or 3 of your favorite palettes and just add 1 or 2 shadows your shadow opportunities are ENDLESS! I have all 5 palettes and I’m in heaven every morning when it comes time to do my makeup.

    The lemon drop SI is fab. It takes out a lot of redness and ruddiness without having a color. It’s very sheer so the brightening effect won’t turn your shadows yellow-y. It’s not an Eden dupe (it won’t matte out your shadows or act as a concealer) in the least.

    • the Muse

      whoa syndie thanks for the info ;-D you’re amazing for posting all this info! I haven’t tried anything from Fall yet but quite eager and your comments here make me even more excited ;-D