Three Recent Looks, Too Faced You Drive Me Glazy Palette

Hi everyone,

As promised, today we have one of my favorite styles of post, a Three Recent Looks, and this time it’s all about the Too Faced You Drive Me Glazy Palette. I’ve really been liking this palette a lot, there’s a lot of versatility and I definitely recommend.

So, for the first look I wanted to do something with the lighter shades, so I went for a champagne sparkle and it’s become one of my favorite subtle sparkly looks.

The first thing I did was prime my face, and you won’t see this in any of the pictures because I had a sample and simply threw it away when I was done without thinking, but I used the YSL Touche Eclat Blur Face Primer. I then applied my Covergirl + Olay Simply Ageless Foundation in 205, Ivory, my Item Beauty Air Hug Concealer in 100 and I set it with the Ofra Pressed Banana Powder.

For the rest of my face, I first bronzed and to do that, I used the third shade in the Ace Beaute Bronzed In Paradise Palette. Then I applied the Kiss Miss blush from the Too Faced You Drive Me Glazy palette and used the shade Glowing from the Ace Beaute Glow Essentials Highlighter Palette, to highlight.

When it came to my eyes, the first thing I did was prime them with the Ace Beaute Eyeshadow Amplifying Base in Light. Then I went into the palette and in the crease, I applied a light-ish layer of Drummer Girl. Then, all over my lid, I applied Ho Ho-Nut. I then took Drummer Girl and ran it about 3/4 of the way under my eye and for the rest and the inner corner of my eye, applied Ho Ho-Nut. I lined my eyes with the Seraphine Botanicals Luna Liner and topped it off with the Laura Gellar Lash Boss Mascara. For my lips, I lined them first with the Model Co Illusion Lip Liner and on top of that, applied the Charlotte Tilbury Matte Revolution Lipstick in Pillow Talk. I set everything with the Maven Beauty Rose Water Setting Spray.

For my second look I did something that I do with most every palette, if it’s an option, a brown and gold combo. Now, with this palette there are multiple ways to do brown and gold, but this was the one I was feeling on the day.

The first thing I did was prime my face with the YSL Touche Eclat Blur Face Primer. Then I applied my Covergirl + Olay Simply Ageless Foundation in 205, Ivory, my Item Beauty Air Hug Concealer in 100 and I set it with the Ofra Pressed Banana Powder.

For the rest of my face, I went into the Ofra Mini Mix Face Palette in Good To Go and used that for everything. Bronzer is Current, blush is Intentions and highlight is the lightest shade from All Of The Lights.

The first thing I did for my eyes was prime them with the Ace Beaute Eyeshadow Amplifying Base in Light. Then I went into then palette and using Maple Bar, I created a little wing, then brought it about halfway onto my lid. For the rest of my lid I applied Such A Snowflake. I then brought Maple Bar under my eye about halfway and for the rest and the inner corner of my eye, applied more of Such A Snowflake. I wanted a little more depth, but didn’t want to overpower the look with a lot of liner, so I took the NYX Slide On Glide On Eyeliner Pencil in SL15 – Brown Perfection, and did just a little. I topped it off with the Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara. For my lips, I started to line them with the Beauty Vaulte Kozy Kira liner, but ended up putting it all over my lips, and for a little shine, topped that with a very light layer of the Rare Beauty Stay Vulnerable Glossy Balm in Nearly Neutral. I set everything with the Urban Decay All Nighter Setting Spray.

For the third look I wanted to do something more dramatic and use one of the darker shades I had been eyeing because it’s really pretty in the pan and I liked the swatch. I will say, I don’t love how it translated onto the eye, and I had the same problem with this shadow that I did with the shade Jam Packed. I don’t know if it’s just a formulation issue, but by the end of the day, there was only a small line of it left on my eye.

But, as for how I did it, I first primed my face with the YSL Touche Eclat Blur Face Primer. Then I applied my Covergirl + Olay Simply Ageless Foundation in 205, Ivory, Item Beauty Air Hug Concealer in 100 and I set it with the Laura Mercier Translucent Loose Setting Powder in Translucent.

For the rest of my face, I first bronzed with the Too Faced Extra Toasty Bronzer. Then I applied the Kiss Miss blush and highlighted with the Too Faced Angel Kisses Highlighter.

For my eyes, the first thing I did was prime them with the Ace Beaute Eyeshadow Amplifying Base in Light. Then I went into the palette, I applied a very light layer of Drummer Girl in the crease. Then all over my lid, I applied Blueberry Blitzen. I didn’t want too dark of an undereye, so I applied Drummer Girl 90% of the way, and for the inner corner of my eye, applied a little bit of the Too Faced Angel Kisses Highlighter. I lined my eyes with the Seraphine Botanicals Luna Liner and topped it off with the Too faced Better Than Sex Mascara. I lined my lips with the Model Co Illusion Lip liner, then filled them in with a light layer of the Sephora Collection #LipStories Lip Balm in Roller Boogie, which I’m really liking, and for a little more shine, I topped that with just a bit of the Nars Afterglow Lip Shine in Orgasm. And I set everything with the Maven Beauty Rose Water Setting Spray.

That about wraps it up for this post, if you have a favorite look let me know which, and if you have this palette, I’d love to know what your favorite look is that you’ve done with it. Like I said, this is one of my favorite styles of post, so look out for more in the future.

Until next time, have fun creating different looks and you can never have too many eyeshadow palettes :).

– K

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