Posts Tagged ‘Too Faced’

New Too Faced Products for Spring!

       
Saturday, March 28th, 2015

New Too Faced Products for Spring!All Winter long you’ve been waiting for the cold to thaw out so you can put your hair up, slip on a short dress, and sit on the patio with your gal pals. You’ve also been longing for the day when your skin isn’t dry and your face looks young and fresh again. But all you need to get there, just a little bit sooner, are three little products.

First, you’ll want to smooth your skin over with Too Faced’s new Hangover Replenishing Face Primer. Think of your face as a canvas, for a piece of art you’re going to show the world. Every good artist knows you have to use a primer. But Too Faced’s new primer does more than act as a primer. It hydrates and brightens skin for a dewy, healthy-looking finish, so you can wear it alone like a moisturizer. The formula combines coconut water, probiotics and skin revivers, which work together to perk up your face for a wide-awake look. No one will ever wonder if you got enough sleep the night before, even if you were out all night on the town or up all night preparing for finals.

The next step is to brush on a pretty bronzer-blush duo like Too Faced’s Soul Mates Blushing Bronzer in “Ross and Rachel”. This product works double duty to create a natural look with a pop of color. Start by using a brush to apply a light layer of bronzer to your face, avoiding the cheeks, the center of your forehead, and the bridge of your nose. This will give you a natural contour and warmth. For your cheeks, you’ll brush on the bright pink blush for a flushing, sun-kissed glow.

The third step, which you won’t want to skip, is to give yourself a soft, kissable lip with one application. Too Faced’s new Melted Liquified Long Wear Lipstick in “Melted Chihuahua has a funny name but offers serious results. If you want the staying power of a stain without the dryness, this lipstick will give your lips a smooth, healthy appearance all day. Don’t bother starting with a liner because you don’t need it. The stain comes packed in a precision-tip applicator to give you that clean line you need. The neutral shade offers a glossy contrast to your bold cheeks and looks natural without looking drab.

Add just a touch of mascara and tie your hair into a simple low ponytail, and you’re ready to face the new season.

Too Faced – All-new fall makeup sets have arrived!

       
Monday, October 8th, 2012

Too Faced - All-new fall makeup sets have arrived!If you're still on the hunt for the perfect cosmetics to take you through fall and into the holiday season, you're in luck! All-new fall makeup sets from Too Faced Cosmetics are available at Beauty Bridge, and they're just as luxurious as you'd imagine. Whether it's lipstick, eyeshadow, bronzer or primer you need, you'll find that these kits have you covered.

Too Faced – Shadow Bon Bons is a candy-sweet palette complete with 12 rich shadows, Shadow Insurance eyeshadow primer and Lashgasm mascara. You'll have the tools to create a variety of fall-appropriate eye looks.

The Too Faced – Glamour to Go Spun Sugar Edition is a compact palette that's perfect to use for touch-ups throughout the day and features eight eyeshadows, bronzer, highlighter and a lip gloss. The festive golds and shimmery silvers won't disappoint throughout the cool weather season.

Finally, the Too Faced – Love Sweet Love Collection offers everything you need to create a fresh-faced romantic look for day and night. That includes the Book of Love palette, primer, Lashgasm mascara, Shadow Insurance eyeshadow primer, eyeliner, a multipurpose face brush and an exclusive makeup bag.

With Too Faced Kits and Extras, you'll be glamorous all season long!

Celebrity makeup artist shares the secret to Rose Byrnes’ Emmy night eyeshadow

       
Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

Celebrity makeup artist shares the secret to Rose Byrnes' Emmy night eyeshadowWhen applying makeup, subtlety can often be harder to accomplish than drama – after all, a single swipe of dark shadow over one’s lid can create a boldly glamorous look in no time, while attempting to frame eyes with refined definition can take hours.

However, Kate Lee, the makeup artist who made-up Rose Byrne for Sunday’s Emmy Awards, shared with InStyle magazine how she created the actress’ sculpted eye makeup.

“I started with a layer of eye shadow base, then worked directly over it with a gentle mauve pewter shade,” Lee told the news source. “I added black liner under the lashline for depth, then went back over with liquid shadow for extra emphasis.”

And, it seems that the folks at the publication were impressed with Lee’s flawless application, as they wrote that Byrne’s makeup “managed to look arresting and subtle all at once.”

While recreating this look may take a bit of practice, a good eyeshadow base will help your makeup last once you perfect your subtle application. Too Faced Shadow Insurance is a silicone-based formula that keeps eye makeup from creasing, melting and fading.ADNFCR-3538-ID-19934377-ADNFCR