4 Too Faced Products You Need In Your Make-Up Bag
I’m not surprised that Too Faced have got quite the loyal following and I’ve spotted a lot of copy-cat products emerging too. The performance of their make-up coupled with the cutesy packaging is pretty much right up my street - but then again, I like all kinds of packaging and have quite a varied taste.
The most important thing for me is how the product works and how effective it is but I fully appreciate that the pack designs from the likes of Too Faced and Benefit can put some people off. This kind of garish and kitschy design is risky within the high-end beauty arena (it sure is colourful but most definitely not cheap) but packaging aside, the products are great and Too Faced is a firm favourite with me!
I want to recommend the four Too Faced make-up products that you'll get the most out of, products that you can use every day.
Sketch Markers Liquid Eyeliners
Liquid eyeliners are my desert island luxury product, I can't live without it. I am so happy with Too Faced Sketch Markers* (£17.00), they have been designed for those who want to be a bit more creative with eye make-up with a flexible pen tip which have been inspired by Japanese calligraphy pens and come in an array of colours; there are 11 colour options in total.
Sketch Markers are inky, richly pigmented, and waterproof. I use the black to draw in a classic cateye flick, and I use the Papaya Peach to draw a parallel line a few millimetres above the cateye to create the illusion of a crease or 'double eyelid'. (Hashtag monolid eye problems).
Melted Matte Liquified Lipsticks
Liquid lipsticks have been a big trend for a while now but the first time I had seen it was when Too Faced launched their very highly hyped Melted Liquid Lipsticks. And if you're a fan of their Melted Liquid Lipsticks, you might like the matte version.
Melted Matte Liptick* (£19.00) come with a doe foot applicator for the ease of application to the lips. You can use the tip to line the lines and then fill in the rest of with the flat side. It's a smooth, non-sticky, glide-on formula with an intensely vibrant colour. They're long wearing, doesn't crack and there are currently 18 different shades to choose from. This ranges from fuchsia, reds and oranges for party time, to nude beige and soft pink for an every day look.
The shades pictured above are It's Happening (bright magenta) and Cool Girl (true nude).
Born This Way Concealer
I really love their Born This Way Foundation, it is my favourite and has been my first choice of foundation for almost 2 years, so I had high hopes for the concealer.
Born This Way Concealer* (£20.00) provides you with full coverage, and the creamy liquid does a great job of hiding blemishes, blurring imperfections and concealing redness. This oil-free concealer gives me the confidence to go without foundation, but the best thing about it is the moisturising formula of coconut water, hyaluronic acid, and Alpine rose.
Every make-up brand is starting to release this brow product that gives your brows more volume by adhering fibers to hair and skin. So how does Too Faced Brow Quickie* (£17.00) shape up in comparison to the others that are on the market? There isn't much of a difference from the ones I've tried previously, but it works well to give you natural, thicker, fuller looking brows.
It doesn't shape your brows, so if they're sparse like mine, you will need to fill in with a pencil, pen, or powder first. Then apply Brow Quickie to set and add volume.
Have you tried Too Faced before? What do you think of the brand?
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