Top 10 Too Faced Cosmetic Products

Updated on January 2, 2019
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Katleigh is a Business major and a makeup and skincare enthusiast, as well as an Avon Representative.

Too Faced is a premier makeup brand known for making luxury products in adorable ways. I am in no way affiliated or sponsored but wanted to share my favorite products and give honest reviews.

It is important to keep in mind that this was written by someone with a medium skin tone, brown hair, and brown eyes. I also have dry skin but am not prone to irritation.

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10. Melted Liquified Lipstick

Too Faced's Melted Liquified Lipstick is a unique product. It comes across more like a lip stain than a lipstick. It is buildable, which is also odd for a lip product. I prefer to use just one swipe and use it as a lip stain, but with an easy squeeze of the tube the color becomes more intense without being sticky or tacky.

It also has a sponge applicator rather than a doe-foot applicator, which makes for easy application. This is one of the most pigmented lipsticks I have ever used. It isn't drying and has decent staying power. It isn't something that feels particularly pleasant on the lips and it feels almost gritty when applied, but the pigmentation is strong and the sensation goes away quickly.

There's also a range of Melted Chocolate liquified lipsticks with a similar consistency and a pleasant chocolate scent.

Retail price: $21

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9. Melted Latex Liquid Lipstick

What really makes this product stand out is the phenomenal shade range. They have a wide range of colors, from their unique, holographic shade Unicorn Tears, to bright pinks and reds to stand out purples.

The application can be a bit tacky, but it's not something uncommon for a gloss this thick.

  • Retail price: $21
  • Available in 15 shades
  • Cruelty-free
  • Vegan

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8. Natural Face Makeup Palette

I'm a sucker for all-in-one products, and Too Faced's Natural Face Makeup Palette fits the bill. It has bronzers, highlighters, and two absolutely beautiful shades of pink that serve as a blush. It smells wonderful is made with real cocoa powder. I can promise you that because it even tastes like cocoa powder. Accidents happen.

The face palette is highly pigmented, but might not be what you're looking for if you prefer a matte look. Most of the shades in this are shimmer or satin and can be overwhelming if not used sparingly. This product might be less suitable on darker skin tones since most of the shades are light.

  • Retail price: $44
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7. Magic Crystal Lip Topper: Angel Tears

I'm going to be honest with you, I bought this product because it was on sale, I loved the packaging, and I needed something to reach the free shipping mark. However, once it arrived I was thankful I added it to my purchase. There are other variations of this product, but I can only vouch for this one.

It's surprisingly hydrating and not tacky at all. Although it was designed to be worn over other lip products, I found that the Magic Crystal Lip Topper works great on it's own. It's sheer enough not to be intimidating but still delivers a pastel wash of color where it's needed.

  • Retail price: $19
  • Cruelty-free

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6. Sketch Marker Liquid Eyeliner

The Sketch Marker is my go-to eyeliner. It's felt-tipped and has deep pigment that doesn't skip or bleed. As usual, the packaging is cute and convenient. One of my favorite things about this liquid eyeliner is the variety of colors - they even carry a white!

I have noticed that the pens have a tendency to fray after extensive wear, but it hasn't impacted the use of this product and isn't any more than the average felt-tip eyeliner. The application itself is very long-wearing and can be somehow difficult to remove. It's the best liquid eyeliner I have ever used and would definitely recommend it.

  • Retail price: $20
  • 12 shades
  • Cruelty-free

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5. Papa Don't Peach Blush

Papa Don't Peach is one of my favorite blushes of all time. I tend to prefer brighter, pinkier shades, but this is perfect for a daily look. The best thing about this blush is how build-able it is. It has a hint of pink pearl shimmer and is warm and peachy without being too orange.

For a really casual, easy look I like to coordinate just a swipe of this blush with the Peach Oil Lip Gloss in the same shade. That's one of my favorite things about Too Faced, their collections blend together to make beautiful looks.

  • Retail price: $30
  • Cruelty-free

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4. Sweet Peach Creamy Peach Oil Lip Gloss

It's kind of hard to rant about a lip gloss, but I'm in love enough with this one to have a lot to say. While the color selection isn't bold, Sweet Peach Creamy Peach Oil Lip Gloss is easy to wear.

I was surprised by the creaminess of the formula and how hydrating this lip gloss was. You get a light tint of color to be expected with a lip gloss, and yes, it does taste and smell wonderfully like peaches. Sweet Peach doesn't clump or get tacky after extended use and retains the smell and taste for a long time. In all, it's very long-lasting for the type of product it is.

  • Retail price: $19
  • 8 shades
  • Cruelty-free
  • Vegan

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3. Primed and Poreless Face Primer

I've found very little that helps calm down my pores, but Too Faced's Primed and Poreless Face Primer is one of those few miracle products that do.

I frequently wear it alone without foundation to give my skin a more airbrushed look without the hassle of a full face application. I've also found that it seems to soften my skin over time. My only real complaint is that this primer doesn't have SPF in it, but since I wear a daily moisturizer with SPF 25 it doesn't bother me too much.

  • Retail price: $30
  • Cruelty-free
  • Vegan

Even the names of the colors are adorable.
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2. Clover Eye Shadow Palette

I know Too Faced is famous for their Chocolate Bar Palettes, which are also amazing and do actually smell like chocolate, but this one is my favorite. It was introduced as the centerpiece of their Clover collection, named after their lovable Chihuahua mascot. Thankfully, it isn't scented after it's namesake like many of their other products.

It's filled with bright colors, shimmers, mattes, and a handful of neutrals that hold up well even without an eye primer. The unique collection of colors is what drove this palette so high up on my Too Faced favorites list. Every shadow is wearable but no two are too similar. For this reason, I use it as my everyday palette for a wide variety of looks.

The packaging is also absolutely adorable, and as is to be expected from Too Faced, made of sturdy metal with a magnetic snap closure and will hold up well in a bag or on a hectic makeup counter.

One thing to keep in mind with this palette: it doesn't go on sale and I have never seen sitewide discounts apply to this product. Unfortunately, if you decide to buy this product, you're going to have to dish out the full price.

  • Retail price: $49
  • Cruelty-free
  • TooFaced.com Online Exclusive

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1. Dew You Tutti Frutti Foundation

I don't wear foundation. I hate how it feels, I hate how it makes my dry skin even flakier, and it settles into my pores in ways that would make the Grand Canyon jealous. All except for the Dew You Tutti Frutti Foundation. This is my Holy Grail. It wears almost like a skincare and gives my skin a dewy finish without looking oily.

It has amazing staying power and blended seamlessly. I can't emphasize enough how healthy it makes my skin feel and how lightweight it is.

Dew You even smells like watermelon and cucumbers! I couldn't find a single thing to complain about with this product, which is why it easily made its way into my number one spot.

  • Retail price: $36
  • Available in 20 shades
  • Cruelty-free
  • Vegan

This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

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