Too Faced Cat Eyes Swatches and Review

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New from Too Faced is a ferociously feminine eyeshadow and liner collection. Cat Eyes. Too Faced Cat Eyes is a combination of three highlighters, three shadows and three wet/dry liners all collectively arranged in a super cute leopard print tin case. Check out my swatches and review and decide if this palette is for you!

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Too Faced Highlighters

The three highlighter shades include (from left to right):

Purr– A French vanilla shade of white with silver flecks of glitter and a satin finish.

Meow– Another French vanilla shade of white, the only difference between Purr and Meow is Meow has no glitter and a matte finish

Kitten– A pearly white with a slight hint of pink with a satin finish.

Purr and Kitten pick up color the best, but they are all well pigmented. Judging by my swatches, you can really see a difference in shades but Kitten is pinker than the other two. Purr has more shimmer.

Too Faced Shadows

The three eyeshadow shades include (from left to right)

Tiger’s Eye– A bronze, copper brown shade with a satin finish.

Pussy Cat– A lilac purple with a satin finish

Kitty Glitter– Cool toned icy blue with a satin finish.

Kitty Glitter is by far the most disappointing of these three shades. It was very hard to pick up color and I was not a fan of the cool toned blue as a lid shade.

Too Faced Cat Eyes liner

The best part of the palette is the wet/dry liners that I totally plan on using as shadows too. From left to right:

Leopard– Warm brown with gold sparkles and a semi matte finish.

Jungle Love– Deep purple with fuchsia glitter with a semi matte finish.

Panther– Charcoal black with a matte finish

Of course wet works better than dry, it picks up color well and comes off well pigmented. Totally in love.

Overall the palette is nice, but not a must have in my book. My favorite shades are Purr, Tiger’s Eye, and Jungle Love.

Too Faced Cat Eyes retails for $36. Pick this up at Sephora, Too Faced,, Macy’s and 

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Aprill Coleman is an award-winning beauty, lifestyle and wellness blogger and freelance writer based in Jackson, Mississippi.

One thought on “Too Faced Cat Eyes Swatches and Review

  1. BeautyJudy

    Love leopard and jungle love but also disappointed in kitty glitter. I had high hopes for a shadow with a name after a slot machine, lol!


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