Spring is just around the corner and with the weather out here in LA finally warming up, it’s safe to say that I’m ready for the changing season! When I think of Spring, I think of florals and light, airy colors — that’s why I’m obsessed with this Too Faced Natural Love eye shadow palette!
And don’t get me wrong, I love my smokey shadows and dramatic lipstick as much as the next girl, but I really wanted to get a soft, natural, glowy look to coincide with the upcoming months and thought, what better palette to celebrate Spring with than one called Natural Love?
One of the things I absolutely love about this palette is the packaging. How cute and dreamy, right? It’s all about building a love story and a fairy tale. So romantic, I love it!
Before I started with the eyeshadow, I applied Girlactik Face Glimmer to my lids to act as a primer, since I totally forgot to apply that before. This stuff makes colors POP when you layer them!
I applied the first color, Satin Sheets, all over my lid as a base color. Although it looks super pink on the palette, it actually goes on really sheer! I was pleasantly surprised that the color was more of a dreamy, pastel pink and was glad it wasn’t too in-your-face!
Next, I applied the color Lace Teddy to my creases by following right underneath my brow bone and blending in small, soft strokes. I highlighted my brow bone with the color Spotlight, which I’m utterly obsessed with! It’s so pretty!
To make my eyes appear bigger and brighter, I applied Fairy Tail, which was basically this sparkly translucent shimmer, on the inner corners of my eyes. I wanted something a little more dramatic on the bottom of my eyes, so I applied the shades Cutie Patooti and Bunny Nose to my lower lash line.
I wanted a little more definition on my brow bone, so I blended Love Bug into my creases added MORE Fairy Tale to my lids (I seriously am obsessed with this color), and finished the look off with Anastasia Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick in Dusty Rose, a few false lashes, and L’Oreal mascara in a natural brown shade.
You can check out the full tutorial below!