Too Faced makes some of my favorite eye shadow colors and after using the Too Faced Natural Eye Palette to create some stunning day and evening looks I found myself adding the Natural At Night palette to my wish list. It was really a matter of wanting another palette that is easy to use and has everything that I need in one place so that I don’t have to clutter my vanity with a bunch of different individual shadow colors. I finally got it.
Company Description- ‘Introducing a sultry, nighttime version of our best-selling Natural Eye Collection! Intensify your evening makeup with this array of seductive, warm shadows that will take your look from sundown to night-on-the-town. These nine tempting shadows in a variety of highly-blendable matte, shimmer, and glitter textures add instant after-hours glamour to any natural look’.
Too Faced Natural At Night Review
- Full Moon
- Cocoa Star
- Night Light
- After Hours
- Spot Light
- Night Fever
Check out these swatches for a better view of what the shadows look like once applied.
I like to use the first three colors, Full Moon, Nightcap and Cocoa Star to create a playful and sophisticated look for a girls night out or dinner with the hubby. It has just enough shimmer to make it captivating while keeping the look natural.
The Classic group has some more shimmer and dazzle so I use the Night Light, After Hours and Eclipse shadows to create great evening looks . While I love doing a smokey eye with these colors, they also look beautiful when used together in a more basic way. This group actually reminds me of the Classic trio in the Too Faced Natural Eye Palette but the shadows are a touch darker here.
The Fashion colors, Spotlight, Moon Stone and Night Fever are very extreme colors when used together and can be used to create an edgy, playful look. I don’t use these colors as much unless I use the spotlight for one of my daytime looks but I can see why a lot of people would be attracted to them.
Once you’re comfortable combining the shadows as they are put together in the Too Faced palette it’s always fun to combine your favorites to create new looks. Personally I’m not a fan of Night Fever so I hardly use it, but I love all of the other colors and so I find myself spending too much time in front of the mirror.
I found that the shadows in the Too Faced Natural At Night palette are very easy to apply and have lasting power. Considering how often I catch myself from rubbing my eyes and how often I don’t, I’m impressed that the shadows stay put the way that they do after a good rub. Of course, I do use primer but there are many shadows that still wipe away with primer so that’s a moot point for me. It’s also easy to blend the colors which is an added plus considering the many looks you can make with them. On the reverse side, they also wipe away very easily with makeup remover so there’s no rubbing necessary later on in the game.
Now for the big question- ‘Would I purchase this palette again’? Yes, because while there are some similar colors between the Natural At Night palette and the Natural Eye palette I like the depth of the colors that are available in this one. I like that I can combine colors from both palettes to create many more natural eye looks and I also like that the shadows are available in just two boxes so I don’t have to worry about clutter. If they ever stop making this palette I would actually be devastated to lose the Full Moon, Night Light and After Hours colors and would start hoarding them so that I would never run out. This is definitely a must have beauty product for me.