March 20, 2017

Too Faced Natural Love Eyeshadow Palette Review & Swatches

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I picked up the Too Faced Natural Love Eyeshadow Palette or the Too Faced Natural Love Ultimate Neutral Eyeshadow Collection if you prefer. I’m having hard time figuring out the name! Let’s stick with the shorter of the two! Too Faced released the Natural Love Eyeshadow Palette just a few short days ago and I quickly purchase it as I’m all about nude shades of eyeshadow.

So, technically it contains 13 shades I likely already have and 17 that I can probably dupe across the many, many eyeshadow palettes I already own from Too Faced and other brands but of course, that didn’t prevent me from indulging anyway.

Let’s take a peek at my review and swatches and see if it was worth the purchase!

Too Faced Natural Love Eyeshadow Palette ($59) contains 30 eyeshadows with matte, shimmer, and sparkle finishes each of which is 0.03 oz in size. Too Faced also includes a get the look guide that has instructions to create six different looks. Keep in mind that 17 of these shades are new but the other 13 are re-promoted shades that appear in the Natural Eye Eyeshadow Palette, Natural Matte Eyeshadow Palette, and Natural at Night Palette. The fact that there are so many re-promoted shades could make or break your purchase. I didn’t mind so much personally because I like having the shades all in one palette plus believe it or not I don’t own all of those past palettes.

Shades:

  • Chocolate Martini (gilded deep espresso) (Appears in the Natural Eye Palette)
  • Honey Butter (light caramel matte) (Appears in the Natural Eye Palette)
  • Lace Teddy (soft peach matte) (Appears in the Natural Eye Palette)
  • Nudie (fawn matte) (Appears in the Natural Eye Palette)
  • Heaven (cream matte) (Appears in the Natural Eye Palette)
  • Push-Up (light bronze pearl) (Appears in the Natural Eye Palette)
  • Honey Pot (gold metallic) (Appears in the Natural Eye Palette)
  • Night Fever (black khaki with gold shimmer) (Appears in the Natural at Night Palette)
  • Spotlight (butter cream matte) (Appears in the Natural at Night Palette)
  • Fairy Tale (champagne gold shimmer)
  • Tickle Me (mushroom shimmer)
  • Don’t Settle (dark brown metallic)
  • Fingers Crossed (deep gilded brown)
  • Satin Sheets (golden pink)
  • Undercover (midnight purple with violet sparkle)
  • Pink Cheeks (barely pink with silver sparkle)
  • Kittens (golden rose)
  • Bunny Nose (cotton candy pink pearl)
  • Moonbeam (white gold metallic)
  • Love Bug (silvered plum)
  • Smokin’ (gunmetal taupe sparkle)
  • Poodle (iced pearl)
  • Cutie Patootie (pink champagne shimmer)
  • Dear Diary (antiqued bronze)
  • Coffee Date (coppery brown)
  • Spoiled (dark chocolate pearl)
  • Honeymoon (soft melon pearl)
  • Hot & Bothered (copper shimmer)
  • Makeup & Chill (deep red brown matte)
  • Stiletto (pitch black)

For something that holds 30 shades I thought the packaging was light, thin, yet still generously sized that the shadow wells were big and roomy plus the mirror was huge. Without the box it’s also rather easy to store and travel with. It’s not a massive, thick palette that weights a ton but still holds plenty of variety and a good deal of product for the price. The palette is decorated with a cute bunny and floral, bird, and butterfly design that works itself all around the palette and inside as well surrounding the mirror. It says the bulk of it is made in the USA and it’s assembled in DR.

The eyeshadow variation is interesting as there are plenty of nude, natural shades but Too Faced also throws in a few shades that you likely wouldn’t see in a natural eyeshadow palette like pink, a soft lilac, and even peach. The palette is made up of half lighter, sheerer shades and the other half contains darker, more pigmented ones. I have admit that although there are plenty of shades to choose from here I felt like the colors started to run together after a while as most will create the same exact eye look. For me that eye look that Too Faced seems to be focused on here would be a brown and gold one. The shades all work very well together it’s just that variety doesn’t seem extensive enough to me. One reason I felt like this is because one side of the palette felt dominated by sheer color washes such as Poodle, Pink Cheeks, and Heaven. And the other side seemed like it contained very pigmented shades that I wouldn’t likely use all over my lid like Undercover and Stiletto. None the less there are plenty of gorgeous shades here that are keepers.

Too Faced Natural Love Eyeshadow Swatches (Don’t Settle, Fingers Crossed, Lacy Teddy, Satin Sheets)

Too Faced Natural Love Eyeshadow Swatches (Heaven, Fairy Tale, Nudi, Tickle Me)

Too Faced Natural Love Eyeshadow Swatches (Pink Cheeks, Kittens, Bunny Nose, Moonbeam)

Too Faced Natural Love Eyeshadow Swatches (Spotight, Honey Butter, Honeymoon, Hot & Bothered)

Too Faced Natural Love Eyeshadow Swatches (Cutie Patootie, Love Bug, Smokin’, Poodle)

Too Faced Natural Love Eyeshadow Swatches (Push-Up, Honey Pot, Chocolate Martini, Undercover)

Too Faced Natural Love Eyeshadow Swatches (Dear Dairy, Coffee Date, Spoiled, Night Fever)

Too Faced Natural Love Eyeshadow Swatches (Makeup & Chill Stiletto)

The eyeshadow formula varies from shades to shade with many having a soft, velvety texture or a soft, silky consistency. Some do run dry, some are crumbly (as you can see in my photo below), others apply patchy. For example, Don’t Settle has a very crumbly texture with plenty of fall out that sheers out considerably during application. Night Fever is a drier shade with a patchy application. Tickle Me is another shade that’s very crumbly and fades during application. I wouldn’t say this is a selection of Too Faced’s “best in show” shades but there’s still a lot of good versus bad especially when compared to recent eyeshadow palettes like the Peanut Butter and Honey Eyeshadow Palette.

I think if you’re new to the world of Too Faced the Natural Love Eyeshadow Palette holds plenty of promise. If you’re an old fan or just a makeup addict in general, well, maybe you don’t absolutely positively have to have this one. There’s an extensive array of nude, natural shades here but I felt like the variation wasn’t enough for some reason. I know, I must be insane because here lays 30 different shades but some reason they appeared to all run together and I felt like I was creating the same exact look each time I used the palette. As you can see from my look above I went against the grain and didn’t go with the warm, neutral look that the palette embraces. I ended up doing a smokier taupe look instead. I don’t believe the shadow formula is one of Too Faced’s bests but I also didn’t feel it was one of their worst either especially when comparing to their more recent releases. I can see collector’s wanting to purchase this one but use a level head when diving in and ask yourself if you really need it before you indulge. Because chances are you can dupe a lot of these shades easily plus the formulas you have these colors in is probably better than what’s served up in the Natural Love Eyeshadow Palette.

Too Faced Natural Love Eyeshadow Palette is available now at ulta.com and sephora.com.

Did you indulge?

How did you feel about the palette?

Was it enough for you?

Did you expect more?

Did you like the formula?

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About the Muse

Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • Sara E.

    I was at a pretty definite NO just looking at pictures, but after seeing the swatches I’m leaning towards I think I need this. Very dupeable but looks like it would be effortless to throw a quick look together.
    I like repromotes, I’m tired of those chunky little palettes, so this would stream line it.
    Thanks again!

  • hope

    i dont know why Too Faced is having so much trouble making good shaddows all of a sudden 🙁 i was super disappointed with the peach palette and returned. then i was excited for months for the pb & honey palette only to be horrified by the color selection and awful formula. i was picturing a lovely palette of golds, coppers, carmels, and browns but instead we got three super chalky pale shades, an unflattering yellow, and a bunch of browns that looked muddy on the eye. and now this palette 🙁 i actually feel like im the few who like that they chose to repackage some of their best shaddows and put them in Natural Love for those who dont want all the seperate palettes (and how apparent TF has been about repackaging). but nothing otherwise is really inspiring. Bunny Nose is adorable but likely dupeable.

    i hope they redeem themselves soon. i know quite a few people who are annoyed with TF’s inconsistency in product quality. i love their packaging but i need substance AND style!

    • Isabella Muse

      I’m sorry and completely agree about the pb & honey :-/ and I wasn’t really a huge fan of the peach palette either. Don’t worry, Bunny Nose isn’t all that fab, you aren’t missing much 🙂

  • Denise

    I’m going to wait until it shows up in ULTA stores. I want to see it in person. Also, it always seems like they have a 20% off coupon right after the end of 21 DoB.

      • Denise

        Yeah, I talk a good game. But I ended up ordering it anyway, because there was a ginormous GWP with $75 purchase bag I wanted. On the other hand, I redeemed ULTA points, and scored $128 worth of stuff for 51 cents! I actually made money on the deal, because Mr Rebates gave me 5% of the purchase price before discount!

  • Christina D.

    Great review, my Sista. I still haven’t received mine because TF is slow as sh*t in sending stuff out (via Fed X Surepost to add insult to injury). But your swatches and the looks you created make me feel better about it because, as you know, it was a giant leap of faith for me to make a TF purchase again after their long, long run of crapola eye shadows.

    What’s pretty cool which I hadn’t realized was that all the repromoted shades are from TF palettes that I did indeed have but had gotten rid of, not because they weren’t good (they were OK) but because they were near their expiration date and I’m a hypochondriac with stuff that goes near my eyes.

    Now if the palette ever arrives at my doorstep, I can find out for myself!

    • Isabella Muse

      you are so welcome! I wouldn’t call it the best TF palette but it isn’t the worst either 🙂 I’m really, really looking forward to hearing what you think! I didn’t have all the past TF palettes mentioned (I do have two though) so I was ok with the repromotes 😀 I don’t blame you about eye stuff!

  • Susan

    Not impressed (with the palette; your review and swatches are very helpful as always). For $59 I’d expect better. TF has lost me as a customer with their quality nosedive in the last 6 months or so. It’s all about the packaging for them lately.

    Maybe — maybe! — if it was less than half price at Nordstrom Rack, but I’m not holding my breath. Too many other useful/pigmented/quality products out there competing for my beauty dollars.

    • Isabella Muse

      aw Thanks susan glad you felt the swatches/review were helpful! Mmm this is a lot better than what they’ve been offering up lately but not quite the TF quality we know and love!

  • Sam

    Has anyone seen the new Buxom limited edition White Russian collection? I saw it in Sephora yesterday but when I went to look it up nothing came up! Has it not been announced yet or am I going nuts? BTW I was in the Sephora on Court St. in Brooklyn.

    • Susan

      WUT. Buxom eye shadows are my new crack.

      (Not that I had old crack, I just… you know what I mean.)

  • Kate

    Great post! Part of me wants to get this because I don’t have many shadows from Too Faced. Then I think, I probably already have similar shades in other palettes lol. I’m torn!

    • Isabella Muse

      Likewise, I had to question buying it a few times because of this 🙂

  • Sarah L

    Thanks for the review. While I don’t have an extensive neutrals collection (I look better in pinks with my very fair skin and blue eyes – Naked 3 is my jam ), I think I am going to pass on this palette. I love the Chocolate Bar palette I got so I ordered the Bon Bons palette since the colors would be more up my alley. I ordered my sister the natural matte 9 pan palette (she’s a makeup newbie / no-eyeshadow gal – I’m trying to expose her to more makeup) so I will probably use hers too. If this natural love palette stays around for another few months I may consider getting it because the packaging is so pretty but it sounds like the natural love palette is not completely worth it.

    • Isabella Muse

      My pleasure! You’ll like Bon Bon since you like pink as that has a good deal of pinks! I don’t know if you need to jump on it right now, I feel like if it was going to sell out it would have already! But ya never know, it might disappear!

  • Kitty Cattie

    Do you think this palette is worse quality than the TF Chocolate Bar? I still have that palette, but that palette doesn’t have a lot of soft shades, and soft shades look good on me. Should I wait for other companies to release a better soft colored natural palette?
    Love you as always ♥

    • Isabella Muse

      I wouldn’t say because I liked the Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette 🙂 I thought the quality was fairly good on that one. I don’t know will be doing a massive nude palette like this in the near future, if you like the softer shades you might want to indulge now before it disappears. Apparently it is LE! Love ya back xoxo 🙂 Hope this helps!?

    • Randi MacDonald

      Check out the new MAC in the flesh palette. Lots of soft shades and I think the quality is amazing.

  • Jules

    Thank you for the review! My first impression was WANT, because pretty. But after reading your review…. Think I’ll pass. I see what you mean about creating looks! For me, I like to use a midtone matte shade above my lids, in my non-existent crease…And I see like 1??? So many pretty shimmery colors, but it looks like I’d have to supplement with another palette. Which seems silly to do with 30 shades! Maybe if I catch a good sale…

    • Isabella Muse

      my pleasure! I dunno, it seems like it leans towards one single look. Here I am with 30 shades but all I can think of doing is a brown and gold look! Maybe I lack imagination! But it seems like the shades all run together here. I’m glad someone else noticed the same!

      • Mediterranean Maven

        Hi, Muse, You were so on the money with this review! I wish i would have seen it before i indulged in this palette. I bought it in a moment of weakness at ULTA and i too find that i can’t seem to come up with any other looks other than brown and gold. Also, my Laura Gellerbaked eye shadow go on more easily than those in this palette. What brushes other than Too Faced brushes would you recommend to apply these eyeshadows? My tried and true Chanel eye brushes were havung trouble laying these on evenly.

        • Isabella Muse

          Aw I’m sorry! I actually hate to be right in cases like this because it sucks it didn’t work out for you! Try using an eyeshadow sponge applicator to pile on color, it WORKS! Steal some from Sephora ;-D They have them all over the place so you can test colors! Take one or two and try it, their shadow applicators are AWESOME! ;-D Let me know if that works out for you!

  • Pat

    This palette is available on hsn.com. If you use visa checkout, you can save $20 on a $40 or more purchase. This palette qualifies so $39 instead of $59. I am tempted.

  • Lori

    I have Boudoir Eyes, Bon Bons, and Funfetti-so I think this is pretty dupable for me. I did enjoy the swatches and your eye look though 🙂 And like somebody else said…if it shows up at Nordstrom Rack for a reasonable price… 😉

    • Isabella Muse

      likewise! I have so many nudes I didn’t feel like these stuck out as me as being unique 😀 Aw thanks Lori! 😀 Hopefully it’ll pop up on sale!

  • Mrs C M Dyson

    Am in love with the packaging, so pretty. I was wondering if you’ve tried any of the palettes by Makeup Revolution? In the UK, they are the best dupes for the high end palettes. They also have started bringing out their own palettes. Fortune Favours The Brave has some great colours. Well worth a look.

    • Isabella Muse

      I have 🙂 I reviewed a few on Musings of a Muse in the past. They are def nice budget beauty picks!

    • Randi MacDonald

      Just an FYI, although makeup revolution is a UK company, I believe the shadows are all made in China.

  • Isa

    I think I like the idea of this palette better than the actual palette lol. A massive collection of natural shades in 1 place sounds like something I should love, in theory. But this kinda looks samey which I guess should be expected at this point, since it’s been years since Naked 1 was released and there’s been an avalanche of nude/neutral shadow palettes since.

    I’m still on the fence about this; there are some pretty shades in this and I may get it if it’s still in stock when Sephora has their 20% off, but if it sells out before then, I probably won’t be that upset that I missed out.

    That Tickle Me shade is kind of shocking; that’s beyond crumbly, it looks like it’s disintegrating!

    • Isabella Muse

      that’s exactly my thought. I like the idea of it a lot more. It just seems the shades run together! There are quite a few crumbly shades sadly 🙁 The sparkles seem to be the worst offenders!

  • Christy

    Thanks for your review, it seems like people are having an unsure experience with this palette; however, I ordered it because the shades are beautiful, soft and romantic and I love! I don’t own any other Two Faced palettes, or many palettes for that matter. I’m just in love with those pinks! Anyway it’s coming in the mail tomorrow, hopefully I love it!

    • Isabella Muse

      It’s def a little unsure! ;-D If you don’t own other TF palette I think you’ll be happy with it Christy! Do stop back when you get it, I’m interested to hear your thoughts 😀

      • Christy

        I’m playing with it today and the shadows I used aren’t really pigmented, they look so nice when swatched but I’m having trouble getting them to show with a brush. I’m not the best with shadow so might be that, I don’t know, I might return it 🙁

        • Isabella Muse

          aw 🙁 sorry to hear! Try a eyeshadow sponge applicator, it packs on color well!

  • Brenda

    I so agree with everything you said. I too don’t understand why TF can’t come up with formulas that are good across the board. I like the fact that this palette holds all the natural colors in 1 place, and am thankful that they did put some darker shades in it as well. The darker shades do look about the same color when applied to my eyes, why in the world is this so? I don’t think it is worth the price, glad I had a 40% off coupon. I too was disappointed in the peach palette. I didn’t buy it the first time around, and sure wish I had not bought it the 2nd time around. Your reviews are spot on, thanks so much for what you do!!!!!

    • Isabella Muse

      Hi Brenda! I, too, loved having them all in one place but I just wish the colors were a little more different and unique across the board. They all tend to run together, glad I wasn’t the only one that noticed that 😀 Oh gosh my pleasure xoxoxo! I’m so happy when someone agrees because I swear I feel like I’m imaging this stuff sometimes after reading so many raving reviews 😀

  • Silvia

    I’m in between these and the Lorac palette which has lots of rosy tones. I think I’ll shoot for the Lorac one! And that Tropical one with vivid colors. Hard to choose and on sale might as well get two of them. Birthday coming up great excuse. 😉
    Might skip Too faced one.

  • kjh

    I.Muse: Do you think anyone with half a brain listens to the hype/raves? No. We listen to Christine M. and you. It’s about honesty. There are very few reviewer/bloggers that are not swayed by the latest thing…won’t even cite drawbacks. Might look at swatches from others, esp skin twins, but listen to someone who calls a spade a spade, and not a vermeil shovel. You were the first with Asian, esp the makeup end. You step outside the box. You’ve been plugging at this a while…..and don’t look a day older! (Except to yourself…) I fell off the tf train long ago, but it is good to see that at least this one doesn’t suck, although it does seem to run together like 15 European cities in 10 days. I like that it is not theme scented and saccharined. And the spotlight is not on kawaii packaging, but more on the product. Still prefer the tf of a decade ago.

    • Isabella Muse

      🙂 KJH I was literally just discussing good/bad reviews with some bloggers today who were saying they choose not to view products they think they won’t like and it sort of boggled my mind. Thank you for recognizing that I’m not hear trying to sell you something, I want to be as honest as I can be when I’m reviewing something be it great or really bad 😀 and I’m flattered, truly flattered haha…I sure do feel older (and look it too imho! 😀 but thanks you are SO great for my ego! I’ve been doing this 10 years and it never gets old all because I have such amazing reader’s like you! Thank you, your comment made my day 😀

      • Linda

        Muse, I’m so appreciative of how honest you are. Been reading every one of your posts since 2011 or 2012 and I never get enough of your style. Thanks a ton!

  • devon

    I only have 3 of the shades in other palettes! so 2 questions for you Ms Muse–2. is this a LE palette? I tried to check above to see if you answered that but I didn’t see and 2. when is Sephoras 20% sale? thanks!!!!

    • Isabella Muse

      It is LE 🙂 20% is once a year for VIB/VIB Rouge in November.

  • genevieve

    I think everyone above has said it all – too many similar shades in the palette; more than a few of dubious quality and easily dupable.
    Thank you so much for your honest review Isabella, it is always appreciated.

  • Nancy

    I think I’ll pass,I have the Natural Eyes and the Everything Nice Palettes and other neutral ones , so I already have Don’t Settle,Satin sheets and Push Up and at least most of the top half of this palette 🙂 it is pretty though,just don’t need it. Thank you for the review.

  • Sharon Starr

    I would like to second the sentaments of kjh. I so very much appreciate your honesty and unbiased opinion on all things beauty. I’m not one to judge or be critical of anyone doing what they love but the masses of bloggers and u-tubers that have such biased opinions because of perks given by a company is obvious. Being an honest judge of product is far more commendable than what seems to be going on these days. I have been alive longer than some of them have had a tube of mascara and have noticed the change in marketing for the worse. I really appreciate your opinion Muse, and have given up even reading most reviews on a product. If I don’t see it here, I don’t buy it. Period. Thank you for all your honest hard work.

    • Isabella Muse

      aw thank you so very much Sharon! I am very, very flattered by your comment! I’m also a blog reader myself and it is very frustrating sometimes to read only raving reviews :-/

    • Susan

      I agree with Sharon Starr. I’m so sick of bloggers (vloggers are the worst) who love EVERYTHING. They squee and rave over every single product and they’re not good enough actors to hide the obvious, that the product looks like crap, but they’ll say anything to brown-nose the companies and try to get free stuff.

      I only read about 2-3 bloggers any more, because they’re honest. And one of them is losing me because she covers mostly super-expensive stuff these days.

      • Isabella Muse

        I don’t only blog I also read a lot of blogs and I follow a few youtubers and I agree. It’s so much raving 🙁 I understand that a lot of these people do this for a living so, ranting isn’t going to make them money but more videos or reviews that give the pros and cons of a product are always helpful 😉 not just raving!

      • Christy Clifford

        Susan who else do you follow? And are you talking about Christine only doing expensive products lately?

        • Isabella Muse

          I doubt it, Christine does a wide range of both high and mid-range 🙂

  • Diane

    well hot damn! these are colors i run to and am comfortable with. that price though and i am a beginner ..hahah

  • Marwa

    Hi Muse, thanks for the detailed review and swatches. You look soooo beautiful. Recently I started to read your reviews before I buy any makeup products as I’m new to the makeup world. If I am going to buy only one natural shades eyeshadow palette. What do you recommend!!
    I was thinking may be one of TF palettes, or tarte tartele in the bloom!!
    Please help me make a decision.

  • Silvia

    I ended up avoiding all the ones I had in mind this Too Faced I just have too much repeats of the same colors nothing looks exciting to me here, and read the vivid Tropical one which I like the shades have no great pigment instead trying some Colourpops for the first time. Very different shades from the collection I have that should be interesting to see. Just waiting for my shipment to arrive this week.

  • CarrieAnne

    I’ve read so many reviews and watched so many YouTubers use and review this palette, and I agree with the majority of them, having swatched it in store but passed it up: There are a bunch of good, budget-friendly palettes from BH Cosmetics, NYX, and Morphe, which contain excellent quality shadows that have good color payoff and blend well, that cost a fraction of this palette and contain similar – if not exact dupe – shades for creating all the same looks. I recently purchased the 28 Shadow Neutral Palette by BH from Ulta and most of the shades in that are really similar. Pass, but I enjoyed reading your take, too, as always!

  • Lexsea

    I bought this palette from Ulta and it got stolen from my mailbox so I bought it again straight from Too Faced because I wanted it THAT bad. It looked like the most gorgeous, perfect palette that would be perfect for me. Its a beautiful palette, the packaging is great, the mirror is good, but the actual shadows were a HUGE let down. I’m by no means some make up snob that needs the best of the best, but this eyeshadow (and sadly other Too Faced palettes I have) is absolutely horrible. There is hardly any pigment. The shimmer didnt even shimmer much. I have light ivory skin and the colours looked almost sheer on me, even the dark didnt show up that dark. Some were chalky and just seemed poorly produced. This is the exact problem I had with the Natural Eyes palette but I thought this one would be better, clearly NOT! Definitely not worth the money. Im srsly soooo bummed this turned out to be such a let down. I had such high hopes for it, especially after seeing so many great reviews. I have no clue what palette all those girls were using, but it definitely wasn’t the Too Faced one I was using! No one in their right mind could say it was a great palette! lol. Too Faced really needs to fix their shadows. I honestly will be hesitant to ever buy another palette from them after this. I have drugstore (and even knockoff) palettes that are a 1000 times better than this. SAVE YOUR MONEY! and I never leave reviews but I just had to warn other girls about this! D:

    • Lexsea

      So *update* I had to come back and leave one. It seems my initial review was too harsh. After using the palette a lot more, the shadows started to work better, I guess it was just the top layer that was chalky. They are a lot better now. More pigmented and less fall out. Still not super impress with how the colours turn out though. Obvi it’s all a neutral palette so there’s not a ton of variety, but I still feel like every look ends up looking pretty much the same. It’s a nice pallette to have if you don’t already have a lot of good neutral colours. It’s not terrible, just not a godsend either. Lol.

      • Isabella Muse

        Lexsea, I feel the same way…not a fantastic palette but not crazy bad either 🙂 Thanks for updating us!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Jean

    It’s beautiful BUT medium to dark colors are limited, and black is too harsh to be on this palette. Who needs anymore black anyway?? I’m keeping it anyway because I’m a sucker for neutrals. I’ll just have to find a way to make the palette work.

    • Isabella Muse

      yeah I agree and the lighter shades are a bit too light! I kept it too but it didn’t work me!

  • Isa

    Revisiting this thread because Sephora Singapore is having their 20% off these few days and I’m was still on the fence about getting it. I didn’t buy it in my first order, but I’ve still got three days to make up my mind. After reading the feedback of everyone on this thread, I’m going to pass on this and I don’t think I’ll regret it!

  • ZANE

    Thank you for the honest review Isabella! I’ve been on the fence about ordering this palette. I almost did tonight but I’m choosing the ZOEVA Plaisir Eyeshadow Box. It’s the roughly the same price (£48.50), 30 eyeshadows, just in the form of 3 eyeshadow palettes.
    Have you tried any ZOEVA products?
    I’m SSSOOO glad that I found your review while Googling, fantastic and honest!
    Love from rainy England 🙂

    • Isabella Muse

      Oh my pleasure Zane 🙂 Glad I could help somehow 😀 I think you made a great choice with Zoeva! They do great shadows! I have! 😀 I have to review on the site, haven’t done so yet 😀 xoxoxox! Love from rainy NY 😀 We’ve had England weather lately!!!!!!!! Rain everyday ;-D Thanks for the lovely comment xoxo!

  • Zivanovic

    Hey ! Im french so sorry for the vocabulary, you’re review is perfect so many details, wouah thx you so much