July 27, 2016

Too Faced Holiday 2016 Arriving Soon!

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Jerrod’s busy teasing us with Too Faced Holiday 2016 goodies on his Instagram account. Too Faced Holiday 2016 isn’t far off either if they plan on keeping with tradition and launching in September. Last year the Holiday Collection arrived the first week of September! Crazy? For sure! But you know all the makeup addicts out there are like, “Imma stop you for a minute and grab my credit card BRB!”

Although Too Faced is a West Coast brand, this year’s collection is all about the East and inspired by Christmas in New York. As a native New Yorker, I’ll be completely vain and terribly ignorant arrogant in saying that there’s no place like New York during the Holidays 🙂

Christmas In NY! #Ulta #toofaced ☃#sneakypeek

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From the Instagram photos Jerrod has posted the palettes launching all have cute “Christmas in New York” scenes featuring some of Manhattan’s colorful window displays as well as images of skating in the park, etc…! The palettes are Too Faced’s normal round up that feature a 12 pan eyeshadow palette as well as a massive face and eye palette with bronzers, blushes, and shadows. And of course, even if Jerrod has posted them, I’m sure Too Faced will have value sets available with a range of Too Faced goodies!

Who wants to go ice skating in NY with me?.. 🎄❄️ #ChristmasInNewYork #toofaced #Ulta #Sneakypeek sneakypeek

A photo posted by Jerrod Blandino (@jerrodblandino) on

Who wants to spend Christmas In NY with me?! #Sneakypeek #toofaced #Sephora

A photo posted by Jerrod Blandino (@jerrodblandino) on

Off the topic of the Holidays we also have a second Nikki Tutorial’s Too Faced Palette to look forward that launches the second week of August which features nine eyeshadows, bronzer, and other goodies.

As we get nearer to Fall, I’ll be looking forward to seeing all the delicious Holiday Makeup Collections.

Which are you most excited for?

Anything that caught your eye from Too Faced?

Do share!

Too Faced Holiday 2016 doesn’t have an exact launch date but expect it the first week of September at toofaced.com as well as at Ulta.com and Sephora.com and in stores.

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  • Dee

    I’ve been lucky enough to visit New York twice around the holidays, and you are right! There is NO place like it that time of year.

    I love seeing the holiday palettes no matter what time of year it is. The first one looks good!

    • Isabella Muse

      Maybe Paris 🙂 But not really, I prefer home hehe! But thanks for agreeing, Dee! I’m so glad you got the chance to see New York during the Holidays 🙂 Fall in NY isn’t to shabby either by the way! 😀 I can’t wait to see more! Tarte’s Holiday offerings look pretty darn good too!

  • Hannah

    I’m a huge fan of too faced but I can’t help but be a bit disappointed in the holiday packaging this year.. It’s almost identical in structure and feels very similar to the previous holiday year 🙁 the carousel theme they did a couple of years back was amazing and I wished they would go back in that direction 🙂 long story short, I’ll probably be skipping out 🙁

  • Rachel R.

    Cute palettes and packaging, but they seem redundant to other holiday releases. The Nikki Palette reminds me of the Vegas Nay one.

  • Maria A

    I feel as though the colors in this particular palette are too similar to the ones in the Vegas Nay / chocolate bar one. I will be skipping . I wish they would branch out and change the colors around,

  • Chanty

    I really wish makeup companies would stop making things exclusive to ulta as Canadians can’t get their hands on them, it really isn’t fair at least with Sephora they pretty much ship worldwide!

  • Emily

    That skating packaging, with the little dog, is insanely cute. I’ve never bought a Too Faced palette, but I have way too many palettes that I have to force myself to use. This one looks like a nice variety of colors, but not sure I can justify. The colors look so different between the first and the second pictures. I’d probably have to see it in person and read reviews before purchasing. And if it’s sold out right away, wasn’t meant to be.

  • Susan

    Nope, will skip these — same ol’ colors, similar packaging to previous releases, yawn.

    Has anyone else noticed the dearth of green eye shadows lately? I want some good dark green ones, preferably matte. But they are nowhere to be found. Collections are mostly neutrals with an occasional teal or purple. Le sigh.

  • Kathy Agel

    Sweetheart, I’m a born and raised Jersey Girl (living in north-central Florida — talk about culture shock! What they call diners and delis — aren’t. The closest thing I can find to a NJ diner is Waffle House, and that’s only for breakfast. Southern-stye food is NOT diner food. We’ve been lucky to find great thin-crust pizza at one restaurant, though their marinara sauce is too sweet for our taste) and you’re 100% correct — there’s nothing like the City at the holidays. Hell, there’s nothing like New York City — period. How I miss my Yankee Stadium.

    • Isabella Muse

      haha I totally can relate! I travel a lot! And everywhere I go is simply not like home. The west coast and mid west bagels/pizza are so bizarre to me!!!!! Bagels in particular seem to be something that no one outside of New York gets right imho! ;-D

      • Kathy Agel

        There were (and probably still are — we’re gone nearly 7 years) bagel stores all over my hometown (Bayonne). The best one is long out of business. It was Moreton’s Bakery (later Sharlinda’s, when the Moretons retired and sold the business), and when a batch of bagels came out of the oven, they’d put a big metal basket of them in the window. People shopping on Broadway would go in, buy a hot bagel, and walk down the street, eating it plain.