Too-Torial w/ Too Faced Romantic Eye Palette

Hello friends!  Today I’m sharing a look that I created using a bunch of Too Faced products.

Click through to see how to put it all together.

Here are all the Too Faced products used in this look:

Romantic Eye Palette
Shadow Insurance Primer
Brow Envy Kit
Melted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick – Nude

Now that we know what I used, let’s get to the eye tutorial.  Here are the shadows that we’re going to use:

Step 1 – Apply ‘Kiss the Bride’ all over the eyelid.

Step 2 – Using a large fluffy brush, lightly apply ‘I do’ all over your crease.

Step 3 – Apply ‘First Dance’ in the “Outer V”, then proceed to blend it out in the corner, while at the same time pulling the colour into the outer half of your crease.

Step 4 – Apply ‘Honeymoon’ onto the lower lashline.

Step 5 – Finish off your eye with some black liquid liner and black mascara.

Top off your look with your favourite Too Faced Melted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick, I used ‘Nude’.

Finished look:

Products not featured:

Bobbi Brown Foundation – ‘Alabaster’
TheBalm – Mary Lou-Manizer
MAC Blush – ‘Animal Instincts’
Stila Stay All Day Liquid Eyeliner – ‘Intense Black’
Covergirl Lashblast Volume Waterproof Mascara – ‘Very Black’ (Top lashes)

Essence Lash Princess Volume Mascara (Bottom Lashes)  Review HERE.

And there you have it: an easy-to-achieve romantic eye look which is great for day, and can transition beautifully into a night look, just by changing your lip – might I suggest the Melted lipstick that I always play around with when I’m in Sephora, ‘Fig’?  

What do you think of the Too Faced Romantic Eye palette?  As of today (September 4th, 2015) it is still on the Too Faced website in the sale section, so if you like it, grab it while you can.  If it’s gone, fear not, because this pops up quite frequently on Hautelook (That’s where I got it).  Until next time, toodles! – Shawna


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