Earlier in the year I bought the Too Faced Natural Eye Palette after lusting over it on Eleventh Gorgeous' Channel for ages.
I finally bought it from Amazon and have used it frequently since.
I've been holding off giving a review for too long so lets get started!
The Natural Eye Palette from Too Faced is famous in it's own right in the beauty world but is often compared to the Naked Palette.
I'll be doing the same in this review :-)
It contains Nine shadows all together, three large ones and 6 smaller ones.
From Left To Right
Heaven, Velvet Revolver, Sexspresso, Silk Teddy, Push Up, Erotica, Nude Beach, Honey Pot and Cocoa Puff
Given with the palette and hidden away inside are three looks that you can create with the shadows inside, One for a 'Day' look, One for a 'Classic' look and one for a 'Fashion' look.
From Left To Right
Day Look - Heaven - Velvet Revolver - Sexspresso
Heaven - Light Matte Cream Shade - Great as a every day Highlight.
Velvet Revolver - Light Nude Matte - Great as a blending colour.
Sexspresso - Dark Brown Matte - Great for lining the eyes.
Day Eye Shadow Look Given With Palette
1 ) Sweep Heaven from lashes to brow.
2) Blend Velvet Revolver into crease.
3)Line upper and lower lashes with Sexspresso and blend.
From Left To Right
Classic - Silk Teddy - Push Up - Erotica
Silk Teddy - Nude Pink Toned Shimmer - Great for brightening up the lid.
Push Up - Shimmery Pink Toned Copper - Great for lining the lower lashline.
Erotica - Brown Shade with Gold Shimmer - Great for defining the outer V.
Classic Eye Shadow Look Given With Palette
1) Blend Silk Teddy from crease to brow.
2) Press Push Up onto Lid.
3) Blend Erotica into the crease and lower lashes.
Fashion - Nude Beach - Honey Pot - Cocoa Puff
Nude Beach - Glittery Champagne - Great if you're a lover of glitter Or if you're dressing up as a fairy or an Angel this Christmas.....
Honey Pot - Shimmery Gold - Great for all over the lid or lining the upper and lower lash line.
Cocoa Puff - Chocolate brown with sparkles - Great for a smokey eye.
Fashion Eye Shadow Look Given With Palette
1) Sweep Nude Beach from crease to brow
2) Press Honey Pot onto the inner lid and around tear duct
3) Blend Cocoa Puff into the outer lid, crease, upper and lower lashes.
Now to compare it t the Naked Palette, you'll see below that a lot of the shades have similar colours in the naked palette but if you're a fan of neutral palette I think It's definitely worth owning both.
It would be hard to choose between the two as they both have great qualities about them, for one the Too Faced palette is very similar in quality, lasting power and pigmentation and in slightly less expensive.
Although you could say that you get more shades with Naked Palette that includes a larger colour range.
Urban Decay Naked Palette Dupes From Left To Right
TF - Velvet Revolver
UD - Naked
Not much difference in colour but the UB shadow is more opaque although whilst swatching I noticed the TF shadow is softer.
TF - Silk Teddy
UD - Sin
These two are just as opaque as each other but the UD shadow is slightly more pink toned than the TF Shadow.
TF - Push Up
UD - Toasted
The TF shadow seems slightly more pigmented but colour wise both are nearly exactly the same.
TF - Erotica
UD - Darkhorse
The TF shadow contains larger glitter particles although not so large that it's hard to wear It's also slightly darker than the UD shadow.
TF - Honey Pot
UD - Half Baked
Again this is another perfect dupe, both the TF and the UD shadow are as pigmented and smooth as each other and are also pretty much the exact same shade.
My only problem with this palette is the colour Nude Beach, due to it's barely there colour pay off and the huge glitter particles.
Over all though I totally suggest picking up the Natural Eye Palette or giving it as a gift to a beauty lover this Christmas.
You can buy it on Boot's and Escentual.com.
Do You Have The Natural Eye Palette? Do You Love it?