by the Muse on May 26, 2011 I wanted to dive right into this post and start raggin' on the Ruby Kisses 24/7 Eye Shadow Magic Primer and how dupe-tastic it is to Urban Decay Primer Potion but than I got sidetracked watching the True Blood Season 4 Screen Test. Jealously soon set in that...

It was a sparkling gold base which I used to wear as a cream shadow to brighten my eyes up and I also enjoyed topping it with pigment because it created alot less fall out but lord knows it never really worked well at keeping shadows in place. Jump! I'm a wondering if the new Too Faced...

And then what? Where would I be? Oh, I know — probably thinking about lemon zest while I play with the new Too Faced Shadow Insurance Lemon Drop Color Correcting Eye Shadow Primer ($18). It's basically a pale lemon yellow version of the original Too Faced Shadow Insurance, a creamy...

I don't suggest using these as highlighters for the face, cheeks or browbone though simply because they are a bit too chunky to be subtle. Overall I am enjoying the glitter-ization of Too Faced. Together the Too Faced Glamour Dusts and Too Faced Shadow Insurance Glitter Glue is a great...

Ready to get your glitter on? If yes then Too Faced Glamour Dust Glitter Pigment "might be your bag baby" (read as Austin Powers) The thing about Too Faced is man they do the packaging right, don't they? I mean this is how right they do it. I don't even USE glitter pigment or glitter...

The Too Faced Holiday 2012 Collection includes the Too Faced Shadow Bon Bons Set ($42 USD ). Too Faced Shadow Bon Bons Set offers a delicious palette including 12 eyeshadows, an eye primer, a full size mascara and a mirror. This limited-edition, indulgent collection features palettes and...

I picked up the Too Faced Shadow Insurance as part of my Sephora haul recently. I had the $20 off $40 VIB coupon and was so excited to finally be able to pick up some goodies. Sephora is like a makeup candy store and for makeup hoarders (or lovers to put it nicely haha) it can be very...

It has two layers - the first one holds 16 rich and buttery shades of eye shadows. The second compartment holds the Too Faced Shadow Insurance which I was able to try for the first time, two shades of bronzers, two shades of blushes, one highlighter, and face charts. It also has a...

I haven't quite figured out the best way to apply these, but Too Faced recommends their Shadow Insurance Glitter Glue as a base for these. If you apply them wet, you can brush them a little after they've dried to bring back some of the sparkle and take away a little of the clumped-together...

I used UDPP in the beginning but I hate the face that the UDPP get dry too quickly and you have to depot it and you get so much product that was left in the bottle. I'm glad that UD has a primer potion in a tube for $29.00. OK, onto to the review about TFSI. What I love about it is that it...

 

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