Review & Swatch: Too Faced Natural Nudes Lipsticks*

Too Faced Cosmetics has recently released their "It Just Comes Naturally" collection that is completely right up my alley! Those who know me will know that I love a good natural toned make-up palette and lipstick so I was super excited to receive these items to try!

Before, when I received collections from Too Faced I would try my best to sum it all up in one post, but I think I want to try something different this time and separate it into lipstick swatches and then make-up tutorial to make it shorter :) 

To start things off I have swatched 9 of the 10 lipsticks from the Naturally Nudes Lipstick collection. I received all of them except for Nip Slip, which is said to be a toasted caramel shade. These lipsticks are infused with coconut and cocoa butter and is said to be richly pigmented, creamy and gives a natural nude look and lasts for 8 hours. They also retail for $26 cad each and can be purchased on Sephora, Ulta and the Too Faced website. 

I have swatched all the 9 shades below on my arm as well as on my lips so that you can see what they look like on my light/medium neutral skintone. My favorite colors would have to be Strip Search, Girl Code and Overexposed - you?

Thoughts on the lipsticks ~ they are very creamy and will settle a bit onto fine lines which I easily remedied by putting on a balm before applying the lipstick. These lipsticks don't particularly have a scent to them, it just smells like regular lipstick. I wish it had its signature cocoa vanilla-ish scent that would be great! The pigmentation is great and opaque as you can see from the swatches below, it is all just achieved with one swipe on the arm and the lip. It is very comfortable to wear and is weightless on the lips. The lipstick casing is a solid metal one that feels luxe and the outer packaging color matches the lipstick exactly which is great because you can easily see what you're grabbing from your vanity without having to look underneath for the name or opening the lipstick.

Until next time, XO - M

*products were sent to me for consideration, all opinions are my own.


  1. Love the packaging on these! Overexposed would be my shade choice.

    Angela | Blush & Pearls

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