August Makeup Releases from Too Faced Cosmetics

Too Faced Cosmetics is scheduled to release their Tutti Frutti Collection August 15th! They are releasing new glosses, a setting spray, Dew You Full Coverage foundation and a few super fruity palettes. Here are a few pics! You don’t have to wonder…they will be reviewed here on Heran Park.


I am going nuts because I can barely keep up with Too Faced anymore.  They just released their tribute to 20 successful years in the beauty business by recreating the Then & Now Palette along with their “Throwback” glitter lipsticks.  There’s so much for me to catch up on but I definitley will be purchasing their newest Dewy Foundation. I’m finally comfortable with the idea of a full coverage dewy finish formula.  If no other brand can pull off, I know that Too Faced Cosmetics can.

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The Dew You foundation will be available in 20 shades.  Some will argue that this is not enough, which I totally agree with. The Peach Perfect Foundation only has 20 shades as well but some in between shades and deeper shades were left out on that matte formula.  However, I also believe that Too Faced offers something for everyone with their Born This Way foundation.  After seeing their collaboration with Jackie Aina, I think that Too Faced Cosmetics is making a conscious effort to become one of the top brands that will cater to everyone in the very near future.

They will also  be releasing a sister setting spray to the line. The Dew You Fresh Glow Setting Spray which is also infused with Watermelon and Cucumber like the foundation will be $30.  This is another product that I am looking to purchase.  Here’s a list of all the products scheduled to make this release on August 15, 2018.

Photo courtesy of Temptalia and Too Faced Cosmetics

Tutti Frutti Collection:

  • Sparkling Pineapple Palette -$34
  • Razzle Dazzle Berry Paletts -$34
  • Twinkle Twinkle Lip Glaze -$22 Available in 8 colors
  • Juicy Fruit Comfort Lip Glaze -$20 Available in 12 colors
  • Dew You Foundation -$36 Available in 20 shades
  • Dew You Setting Spray- $30
  • It’s Bananas Brightening Setting Powder (Pressed)- $30
  • Pineapple Paradise Strobing Bronzer Duo -$30
  • Fruit Cocktail Blush Duo -$30 Available in 4 color sets
  • Fresh Squeezed Highlighting Drops -$30 Available in 2 colors
  • Frosted Fruits Highlighter Sticks -$30 Available in 2 colors
  • Beauty Blender Tutti Frutti Sponge – $20



Here is a link to Too Faced Cosmetics Video about what inspired this collection.  I’ll be back with with a couple reviews on a few of the products.


*Heran Park Beauty Commodity does not own the rights to the photos in this post.

Neutrogena HydroBoost added some things!

I was selected for the “Work it Like an Icon” Neutrogena Campaign and to my surprise something new was in the Hydro Boost line up.  If you have read my blogs or followed me on social media for a while then you know that I love Neutrogena Hydro Boost! There was a new Hydro Boost Sunscreen with SPF 50.  It was perfect timing as well because I was unsatisfied with previous trials with sunscreens.

The most irritating element of wearing sunscreen for me is the white residue left behind.  The other effect is dryness. To my experience, some sunscreen lotions make my skin feel really dry.  That resulted to my choice in using spray options instead. I am also used to only using SPF 30 so having an experience with a SPF 50 made a difference.


I think this Neutrogena release slipped passed me.  I usually keep up with my favorite brands really well but I had no clue this was out.  After trying it I feel like it is what I was looking for.  There’s no weird white glow and because it’s a water gel it sinks right into the skin with no problem.  It has really good moisturizing elements and feels really similar to Neutrogena’s Hydro Boost Gel Cream for Dry Skin.

Something else that I had not tried yet from the Hydro Boost line was the ($8.99) Hydro Boost  Plumping Mascara.  I was only aware of the Healthy Volume version of Neutrogena’s mascara.  I really loved the Healthy Volume version because of the formula and the lift it gives. The formula is geared toward growth while the Hydro Boost version is geared toward a hydration and making the lashes look fuller.  Still a health benefit and they still look naturally beautiful.

Picture from Instagam Page: @cici_heranpark

The Hydro Boost Gentle Cleansing Lotion ($8.99) is a must have item for me for removing makeup.  It breaks through Kat Von D’s full coverage foundation.  If you use this foundation then you know that’s impressive. Not many makeup remover options remove it without having to continuously rub in the same spot until it comes off. Not to be mistaken for the gel version, this one is simply a remover not a wash.

Last but definitely not least,  the precious ($2.99) Hydro Boost Overnight Gel Mask! I usually pick a couple up to use during the week.  Honestly, purchasing two of these little pods last me two weeks.  It’s impossible to use an entire pod on one application.  At the most I use a quarter sized amount after washing and exfoliating before bed two to three nights a week.  I rinse in the morning and go about my way with soft skin all day.

Neutrogena continues to be one of my Top 5 Skincare brands.  However, seeing is believing.  Pick these products up wherever Neutrogena is sold.  You can also order them directly from



***Please note that these products were sponsored by the brand.  All opinions are my own based on the experience with the products provided.    Product pictures were provided by Neutrogena and @cici_heranpark. #sponsored #Brand_Partner #HydroBoost #WorkitlikeanIcon