I got this palette with my PopSugar box but I thought I would do a review because it's also sold on its own. I had never tried Too Faced shadows before, and I was pleasantly surprised with this palette. I like the packaging a lot, and the actual shadows are nice too, with a good selection of colours.
I like the packaging of this palette because it's small and compact, yet still has a lot of shades and a mirror. And it's great that Too Faced gives you bigger sizes of the highlight shades. Although, let's be real. When I have so many palettes, I have never used up a single shade in any of them.
The colors are also a nice mix of shimmers and mattes. Although I find the two medium matte browns (Nudie and Cashmere Bunny) to be very similar colors. So I think it would have been better to switch one of those out for something else.
The names of the colors themselves are a bit risqué, like Silk Teddy and Sexpresso. But I like that.
It's also interesting to note that this palette has 3 new shades (Nudie, Cashmere Bunny and Chocolate Martini) compared to the old palette, which came in the cardboard packaging.
This palette retails for $36 for .39oz. In comparison, the Lorac Pro palette is $42 for .32 oz. The Urban Decay naked palettes are .60 oz and $52. So it is a cheaper palette, but you also get less shadows with the Too Faced Natural Eye.
You can get this palette at Ulta, Sephora, ect.
And here are the shadows themselves, swatched once with no primer. They are pretty good. I would sa y that quality is a little bit worse that the Lorac Pro. But you can definitely work with it and create lots of different looks. I personally think Silk Teddy (Second from the left) and Push Up (Middle) are very nice shimmery shades.
Overall, I don't think this palette is a must have unless you're a neutrals queen. But it is nice, especially for traveling.