Let's talk about how much I love the name for this shadow lol Cop A Teal. Love. The name is almost as fun as the shade!
Cop A Teal and Lemon Drop Shadow Insurance are just two of the new products for Too Faced's Fall Collection - Midnight in the Garden of Glamour.
(Cop A Teal, Lemon Drop SI, Cop A Teal over Lemon Drop SI)
Cop A Teal is nicely pigmented, blends well, and applies evenly. One thing you need to make sure of, I had a lot of fall out and migration under the eye as I applied. PLEASE make sure when you're using this product to do your eye makeup first so that you can clean up around the eye without ruining your face makeup.
Lemon Drop Shadow Insurance is just as awesome as the regular shadow insurance. As you can see from the swatch photo, it didn't change the color of Cop A Teal, so you don't need to worry about that. Shadow Insurance will hold your shadows in place all day. This is one of two primers (the other being UDPP) that actually work for my lids.
As I was swatching these products, I thought Cop A Teal looked familiar. I was wrong AND right... I thought it would look like NARS Rajasthan. In the pan it did... a little bit. Swatched, no way. However, Cop A Teal is only barely a shade off from MAC Birds & Berries, which was a popular eye shadow released with the Liberty of London collection.
(L-R: MAC Birds & Berries, Chanel Murano Quad dark green, TF Cop A Teal, NARS Rajasthan, UD Haight
(TF Cop A Teal, MAC Birds & Berries)
The Too Faced Fall Collection is so beautiful, I'm definitely going to have to check out a few more of the shadows and DEFINITELY the eye liners! The Exotic Color Intense Eye Shadows retail for $18 and the Too Faced Lemon Drop Shadow Insurance retails for $18. Currently this collection is exclusively on the Too Faced Website, but Sephora also sells Too Faced so you can check there for it soon ;)
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