Too Faced Summer Royalty 2012 Makeup Collection

Too Faced Summer Royalty 2012 Makeup Collection. Last week I showed you the Too Faced spring collect...

Too Faced Summer Royalty 2012 Makeup Collection. Last week I showed you the Too Faced spring collection, and now we have word on what they will be releasing for summer. New eye palettes, a new Lash Extension System and a new Pure Primed and Poreless Face Primer for Sensitive Skin perfect for us oily girls. The collection is now available in stores. Look below to see what else is featured in the collection. I'm eying the primer, and the body oil.



Too Faced Summer Eye Shadow Collection



This Limited Edition, tropical-inspired eye shadow palette captures the fun colors of long summer days and sultry summer nights. This fabulous collection includes fun pops of summer color in coral, pink and aqua complimented with beachy neutrals and seductive shimmery browns. With this wide shade range, you can easily shift from a playful beach day babe into a sultry seductive summertime smoky look for cozy bonfires and moonlit dinners with your summer fling.

Shades:

Sugar Sand (Shimmery Dusty Rose)
Plumeria (Vivid Pink)
Cocoa Beach (Plum Brown Shimmer)
Peach Fuzz (Shimmery Golden Peach)
Coral Crush (Coral Pink Shimmer)
Chocolate Sun (Shimmery Rich Brown)
Sunbeam (Pale Gold Shimmer)
Mermaid (Muted Teal)
Toasted Coconut (Matte Carmel)

Too Faced Better than False Lashes Lash Extension System

A revolutionary innovation in lashes: Brush on false lashes and lash extensions! This do-it-yourself 3 step system allows you to achieve the dramatic impact of false lashes AND extreme length of lash extensions without the hassle, cost or commitment. The look of false lashes has never been easier or more affordable. + 98% more volume +42% longer lashes! Throw out the glue and cancel that salon appointment, now you can brush on the bold, flirty lashes of your dreams!

Shades:

Nylon Lash Fibers (step 2)
Activating Mascara Base & Top Coat (steps 1 & 3)

Too Faced Candlelight Glow Highlighting Powder Duo



Inspired by the original Candlelight Powder, this new formula offers a more ethereal glow by using Photolite technology to diffuse harsh lighting giving your skin a diffused, youthful luminosity. The powder formula is easy to apply to cheeks, brow bones, and decollete for a quick all over glow.

Shades:

Glow – pearlized gold/ soft pink

Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Matte Bronzing Powder with Real Cocoa in Milk Chocolate

They’ve combined the natural detoxifying effects of real cocoa powder into their bronzing powder, yes it smells like chocolate too! Their signature bronzing pigments create a perfectly matte bronzer for pale to deep skins for a touch of Summer warmth all year long.

Shades:

Milk Chocolate – light matte bronze
Chocolate – deep matte bronze

Too Faced Primed and Poreless Face Primer for Sensitive Skin



100% Oil Free primer with the same amazing priming and perfecting benefits of Too Faced best-selling Primed & Poreless but with specific ingredients perfectly suited for sensitive or oily skin. the colorless, oil-free formula mattifies surface oil and minimizes redness from irritated skin while it erases the appearance of pores, fine lines, and other imperfections.

Too Faced Royal Oil Coconut Oil Bronzer

A nourishing bronzing body oil that gives skin a sexy, warm glow for bikini season and beyond. Infused with an innovative combination of antioxidants and hydrating mangosteen and coconut oil, Royal Oil pampers skin and gives a sensual summertime tan all year long.

Shades:

Bronze – bronze with a luscious warm glow

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