Natural Love Story by Too Faced

Yesterday, I woke up to a huge big package from Too Faced. I couldn’t contain my excitement because a part of me kinda knew what was inside. The last time I got a box from Too Faced, it was in celebration of their uber-popular Sweet Peach collection.

This time, it was to celebrate their new Natural Love Collection for Spring 2017!

Low and behold; the most amazing makeup package ever. EVER.

Can we just take a moment to appreciate the detail that went into creating the artwork for this magical, whimsical, fairytale-storybook box laced with bunnies, butterflies and pink roses?

It had velvet detailing and gold trimmings, princess-y illustrations that brought out the inner kid in me.

It was like that time when I was 5 years old, and got a big Mega-Princess Storybook with pictures, pop-ups and cutouts. I was mesmerized.

Natural Love Eye Shadow Palette – $59

For all you natural lovers out there, your beauty dreams have just become reality. From professional makeup artists to starlets and real women, the natural eye had been one of the most coveted but challenging looks to achieve until Too Faced created the original Natural Eye palette in 2009. With essential neutral shades and our signature get-the-look Glamour Guides, Too Faced changed the beauty world forever. To celebrate this iconic look, get ready to fall hard for the first-ever Natural Love Eye Shadow Collection blockbuster with 30 naturally gorgeous eye shadows! Of course we had to include some of your favorites from the bestselling Natural Eyes, Natural Matte, and Natural At Night palettes, but get ready to take your neutral game to the next level with new exclusive shades.

Too Faced Co-Founder and Chief Creative Officer Jerrod Blandino was inspired to put a modern spin on the natural eyes concept with 30 dream shades that allow you to create the best natural look. He took the most beloved shades from past bestselling natural eye palettes and paired them with cutting-edge textures and brand new colors. Now you can go from “I woke up like this” ease to sexy, seductive and everything in between. It’s the ultimate library of natural shades developed for professional makeup artists and packaged for real, fabulous women.

Love Light Prismatic Highlighter – $30

  1. Blinded By The Light – Champagne
  2. Ray Of Light – Rose Gold
  3. You Light Up My Life – Gold

A heart-shaped highlighter with a silky smooth texture that allows for a buildable pearl radiance.

Using an exclusive liquid-to-powder formula, Love Light takes the best of powder, liquid, baked and cream formulas to create unparalleled color payoff for a pearl radiance and silky smooth texture. It features a luminosity boosting agent and high pearl consistency that instantly brightens. It delivers gorgeous color payoff with a pearl, radiant finish in universal shades that impart a flattering glow and an eye-catching, metallic shine.

Too Faced Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer Jerrod Blandino was inspired to capture that ethereal glow that occurs only when a woman is in love, so he went to Italy to discover an exclusive, liquid-to-powder formula that enables the light reflecting pigments to float in the powder. Unlike traditional pressed powders that crush the pearls during the pressing process, Too Faced’s innovative technology keeps the pearls spherical so they’re able to reflect light from any angle.

This product is vegan-friendly, and cruelty-free, and free of gluten.

I can’t even begin to say how grateful and thankful I am to have received one of the most awaited collections from Too Faced.

The swatches from the highlighters were smooth and buttery, metallic with a pearly finish.

I haven’t played with the eyeshadow palette just yet, but I can already tell, it will be my new favorite go-to for Spring. (and maybe the whole of 2017!)

Rejoice to all neutral eyeshadow lovers out there!

Look out for this new collection on Too Faced & Sephora USA.

Get your hands on it while you can!

Available here: http://bit.ly/2mzc26d & http://seph.me/2mODddu

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