Happy Monday Everyone! Today I’ve got the Too Faced Boudoir Eyes Shadow Collection Palette for you. It’s from the Spring line and if you’re a fan of neutrals you’ll love it.
The Website Claims
This handpicked collection of eye shadows offers boudoir-worthy colors including five new shades just for this palette for a total of nine soft and sexy colors. Created with high concentrations of color, what you see is what you get: pigment-rich shades with a brilliant finish. As with all Too Faced palettes, a show-and-tell centerfold Glamour Guide is included to give you instructions on creating three Boudoir Eyes looks.
All colors swatched on Gosh eyeshadow primer.
In the Buff
Satiny creamy vanilla white
Beige matte with peach undertones
deep plum shimmer
Deep satiny brown with plum undertones
golden pink shimmer
Nude pink with strong pale gold shift. Love duochromes like this.
nude-mauve shimmer with silver micro-glitter
Mauve with brown undertones and silver micro-glitter
matte smoky grey
Deep warm grey matte
sheer linen shimmer
Light shimmery taupe
stone violet shimmer
Silvery grey with mauve tones
intense matte black with gold micro-glitter
Deep matte black with gold micro-glitter
In the Buff, Satin Sheets, Birthday Suit and Lap Dance were in previous collections. Fuzzy Handcuffs, Voulez-Vous, Sugar Walls, Garter Belt and French Tickler are new shades.
Much like the Summer Eyes Palette (which I LOVE!), the Boudoir Eyes palette boasts a sleek tin design rather than a bulky cardboard box.
Now, let’s talk about the colors. This is very much a workhorse neutral palette. My favorite of the bunch is Garter Belt. It’s the perfect warm grey. It actually works as a dupe of MAC Copperplate for me. I also like In the Buff, because it’s a great base shade in my crease or on my browbone, great for blending out the edge of colors, or a matte highlighter. Satin Sheets is a duochrome, so of course I think it’s pretty. Fuzzy Handcuffs is my sort of perfect beigey-peach lid shade when I want a neutral look. I love French Tickler. Any sort of black with gold, yes please. Voulez-vous, Sugar Walls, Lap Dance and Birthday Suit are shades I can see many of my friends who love neutrals reaching for.
What do you think about the Boudoir Eyes palettes? Do you like the looks that Too Faced created to go with each set of colors?
Products sent for consideration. All opinions are my own.