Too Faced NATURAL FACE PALETTE Swatches and Review – Spring 2012

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Too Faced has come out with some serious winners this season.  For Spring 2012 they have shown us some beautiful new sets and amazing new palettes.  One of the new and more intriguing palettes from this brand is the Natural Face Natural Radiance Face Palette.

What the Sephora website has to say about the Too Faced Natural Face Natural Radiance Face Palette:

What it is:
This multitasking face palette contains the six essentials that you need to create a warm, allover glow anywhere you go.

What it does:
This thoughtfully selected assortment of natural, sun-kissed shades delivers a healthy, no-makeup look that is irresistibly sexy. The mirrored palette features a universal luminizer, brightener and concealer in neutral shades, cream and powder cheek options, along with a golden-bronze veil for instant radiance.

What else you need to know:
Too Faced’s versatile face collection can be used with your favorite complexion products, applied alone to naturally conceal and highlight, or for quick touch-ups. Three, how-to lesson cards demonstrate application techniques and color placement.

This set contains:
-0.28 oz Bronzing Veil
-0.1 oz Crème Blush
-0.11 oz Powder Blush
-0.05 oz Concealer
-0.06 oz Luminizer
-0.05 oz Brightener

I am in love.  Enamored.  Each of these products is a beautiful shade, and a breeze to apply.  I used the same face products underneath, foundation and powder… but the placement of these products truly gives your face a brand new and flawless look.  DH even commented on how nice my face looked without me asking lol that NEVER happens.

The blush shades swatch rather dark, but since you’re just patting them on lightly (for the cream shade, I suggest using two fingers rather than a brush) the result is a nice flush.

The only con I see from this palette is I don’t think that it will be very favorable on darker skin tones.  The shades are listed as “neutral” but the concealer and brighten are pretty light.  Hopefully the popularity of this palette will take off and Too Faced will make a few other variations.

Another great feature is the included three cards that give you a general idea on how to use the six face items in this palette.  Looking at the cards, I was initially put off.  Do not be scared of these cards!  After I tried the first one, Day Glow, I was amazed at how my face looked.  I think that the products do an excellent job themselves, but the application DOES make a difference.  There are also two other cards to make you look Classic, or Supermodel.

The Too Faced Natural Face Natural Radiance Face Palette retails for $39.00 and is currently available at Sephora, Ulta, and TooFaced.com.  Sephora doesn’t have this marked as limited edition, thank God, so hopefully it’ll be around for a long time!

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21 thoughts on “Too Faced NATURAL FACE PALETTE Swatches and Review – Spring 2012

  1. I am NW25, so it should be ok for you! Have them put it on you in the store ;) I do hope they come out with more shades of this. The idea is awesome

  2. aaaahh….this is gorgeous! I'm same skintone as you and I will snag this when I see it at my Sephora….thanks for the review hun :)

  3. LOVE IT!!! Its beautiful ans so easy to travel with if all shades work. Need to check this. I didn't see at my sephora…was there recently////

  4. Sephora told me they may not get the coll. until Feb. Ulta is where I got mine last Tuesday, I believe. They had just put it out that morning. It's online at Sephora, though, right now

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