I have been reading review after review and watching YouTube reviews and some are not pleased with this collection from Too Faced Cosmetics. As some know, I am a huge fan of Too Faced’s products but I feel obligated to give fair reviews. The Diamond Light Collection isn’t for everyone. Why? Here are the Pro’s & Con’s.
Let’s talk about the Pretty Rich Palette!
- The pressed glitter formula requires no glitter adhesive.
- New formula’s that require effortless blending.
- Selected colors provided are geared toward Glam Wear.
- Can get a multi-dimensional eyeshadow look.
- Limited range when it comes to transition shades.
- Doesn’t blend as well on top of concealer as they do with the Shadow Insurance Eyeshadow primer.
The matte shades in this palette provide a very soft but glamourous feel. Despite other peoples opinion saying that TF needs more pigment, I think they are exactly how they should be. The colors are geared to be soft and “Just Pretty.” My favorite shade from this Pretty Rich palette is this beautiful blue shimmer shade called Set the Jewel Tone on the bottom row. My favorite glitter shade is to the right of it, a beautiful multi-colored reflecting silver called Diamond Life.
I was unable to snatch one of the Diamond Light highlighters but I was able to get one gloss, The Rich & Dazzling Gloss in Pretty Penny. It’s a gorgeous bronzed-copper shade with micro fine glitter in it as well. I got my items at Ulta Beauty if you want to see it in person before you make a purchase. You can always get these from TooFaced.com.
For the Pink look above I used a hot pink shade from the Gingerbread palette to kick this look up a notch. I am wearing the Just Peachy Matte foundation in Honey and the Liquid Latex Gloss in Hot Mess. Please check out the right panel for a link to discounts and specials.