Sometimes, dear beauty lovers, I get so involved in the collection of more makeup that I completely forget to review or even use a product I was once very excited about. Case in point, many things I got around Christmas time including the Too Faced Enchanted Glamourland Palette. I had waited, stalking Sephora.com, for this palette when it first came out so I could grab it before it was gone. Grab it I did and have rarely pulled out it since the first two weeks I owned it… until just a few weeks ago when I remembered I had it! Such is the life of a makeup addict/collector. Don’t pretend this doesn’t happen to you ALL the time
I haven’t used the bronzer too much, but I really enjoy this blush shade. They are both soft and easily blend into the skin. I have thought of depotting this blush and putting it in my z-palette….but I don’t want to ruin the beauty of the palette. But I think I would use it more if it were with other blushes!
The shadows are sooo phenomenal! The are fantastically pigmented and smooth. And look at those gorgeous colors! I already had Velvet Revolver and Honey Pot in my Too Faced Natural Eye palette, but I don’t mind as those colors are quite lovely. Label Whore is a supposed dupe for MAC Club (first shadow in Row 3). I love the second shade in Row 3, Glamazon. All of them are nice to work with you can create some really awesome looks with this palette. I don’t care for the gloss. It is “plumping” and it makes my lips sting. The color is nice, and the gloss is smooth. But it is rare that I like any gloss with a plumping formula.
All in all this palette was about $50 (roughly) from Sephora. It also came with a full size tube of Shadow Insurance. How could you not love a deal like this?! If it is still around…pick this up. You won’t regret it.