February 13, 2019

Too Faced Natural Lust Eyeshadow Palette Boring Snoring or OMG I Must Have This Now?

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Too Faced Natural Lust Eyeshadow Palette is a new 30 shade eyeshadow palette that contains brand new “never before seen colors”. When is it coming out? The palette is available today at toofaced.com and ulta.com which was around the time the original Natural Love Eyeshadow Palette launched. Technically speaking that’s the beginning of Spring but in the makeup world that’s somewhat late for a Spring launch which means the promotional of this palette will bleed into Summer.

It feel like the creative well is drying up for Too Faced as this palette doesn’t feel new or fresh by any means. The left side of the palette looks like all the shades run together and the right side does have a shade or two that could be interesting but in no way super unique from colors you likely already own.

The Pantone Color of the Year brings us a fresh, popping coral this year and I am wondering why brands aren’t hopping on this. Are they waiting for Summer!? Too Faced in particular has an open window for this shade due to their Peach Collection. How great would be a palette that contained darker corals and glistening golden peaches? That would be a stunner.

But nope, looks like we get a bunch of uneventful shades in the new Natural Lust Eyeshadow Palette. On a positive note it does appear this is a lot less warmer compared to Natural Love.

I was just sort of hoping for something different I guess.

Let’s see what Summer 2019 brings from Too Faced! Hopefully that induces a OMG I Must This Now moment for me!

What about you?

What do you think of the Natural Lust Eyeshadow Palette?

Where to buy

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  • kimkats

    Big ol’ yawn from me. Most of those shades are so pale that they’d all look alike on, and the few that aren’t light neutrals could be easily duped.

    I’m so done with TF – all their stuff is either crummy quality, looks like it was made for preschoolers (but still has a very adult price tag) or is just repetitive. Maybe it’s just makeup burnout in general, but I did a massive purge about a week ago, and I feel so GOOD that I did that!! Plus, I have yet to see anything that has made me go “OMG I must have that!!”

    It’s still loads of fun to look, but the *need* for it has waned, esp. with certain brands and I’m looking right at you TF! 🙂
    TF needs to come up with something original, but I don’t think that’s going to happen

    • Mariele Storm

      This is a really late comment but I’ve been feeling the same way for well over a year now. I’ve settled down into favorites and am not really tempted by anything new–I’ve been considering picking up a BB cream and I bought a setting spray with SPF, but that’s been it since August. It’s like we’re married to our current makeup favorites. 😉

  • kjh

    Going to quote the other reader, who opined Nordstrom, then the Rack within a month. Been there, done that, with far more reliable brands than Jerrod’s.

  • Carol G

    I agree Muse: a lot of these shades we’ve seen before. Nothing new and exciting here!
    And where are they getting “never before seen shades” from?
    That being said, I really like the original one of these they did. I use it a lot but I don’t see a need for a sequel to it.
    Seems like a cash grab to me.

  • Diane

    i actually like this because i’ve been reaching for neutrals quite often but i’m on such a huge super low palette and makeup buy i likely won’t get it until later on in the year, as long as I confirm I still want it after seeing in person.

    • Isabella Muse

      I think it’s a nice selection of shades my beef is the fact it’s such a rerun of shades I already own :-/

  • Nicole

    Jeez, if you cover up the bright pink and those two blues on the bottom, it looks even more boring. I would rather see less releases, with better and more thought out products, from all these brands that are popping out collections faster than Michelle Duggar can pop out kids.

  • Kimmyyy

    I feel like TF has become old news but is still struggling (and failing) to remain relevant. I’ve said in other posts of yours about them that I find the company tacky and unoriginal, so you won’t find me buying any of this stuff. Not to cast the drugstore in a negative light by comparing, but I’d rather purchase from there and get stuff that’s just as/more exciting and a lot cheaper. If I buy mid or high end makeup, it’ll be because the quality is worth it, or the product is unique, neither of which holds true for TF anymore. I remember back when I used to drool over their holiday releases but never pulled the trigger because I didn’t feel like spending the money on one more holiday release. That doesn’t happen anymore!

  • Susan

    Let’s see: 28 boring neutrals, the same hot pink that TF puts in every palette, and a teal. SMH….

  • Yen

    This palette gives me a boring vibe. The colors themself look really pretty, but I’d personally only use less than half since I need colors darker than my skin to bring out my eyes. I feel I’ve reached a peak where new eyeshadow releases don’t excite me anymore.

  • Wendy Sue

    Too Faced has become so foul mouthed too….I mean one eyeshadows in the other new palette actually has the F work in it. Now, I’m not saint, and I’ve been married to sailor for 25 years, and can curse with the best of ’em. But I don’t wanna see that in my makeup. It’s gross. I’m almost lost my cookies when they came out with Glow Job. Jerrod is trying to hard to use sexuality to sell his products.

    • Mariele Storm

      Agreed. TF has always pushed sexuality way too much in their products (BTS, and Boudoir Eyes had some really… ugh… names). I’m over it.

  • Jackie

    I really loved the first one. Probably my most used palette. I will have to see in person but I enjoyed the quality of the first one.