Too Faced’s Romantic Eye palette is comprised of a mixture of matte and shimmer shades. In my experience with using this palette, there is a lot of fallout associated with the more shimmery eyeshadows like Honeymoon and Cut the Cake.
The matte shades held their own in terms of pigmentation and didn’t fade easily throughout the day. The only real troublesome shade I ran across is ‘I Do’. This beautiful purple-gray shade should make an ideal crease color, but it is an absolute bear to blend when you try to get rid of the harsh edges. So if you do happen to use it as a crease color, keep in mind that less is more and applying it lightly with a fluffy brush will help in the long run.
Overall, this is a good palette but I don’t feel like it’s a *must* buy. Just my opinion, but I know there are better eyeshadows out there.
- Ever After (on lid, below crease)
- Kiss the Bride (crease and blended into Ever After)
- Fashion (blend)