Do you remember the best selling Too Faced chocolate bar eyeshadow palettes? What about the Peach craze that has taken over the makeup world? Well get excited because Too Faced has just launched a huge new collection and it’s got me all excited! The Too Faced Tutti Frutti collection expands on the scented Peach collection to other fruit flavors! Although summer is almost over, these scented fruity makeup products will help brighten up my makeup drawer all year round.
There are 11 brand new products available and I was able to get my hands on four of them! To shop, the Too Faced Tutti Frutti Collection is available exclusively at Ulta and Too Faced!
Too Faced Razzle Dazzle Berry Eye Shadow Palette
I’m going to the start off with the product I am most excited for! The Razzle Dazzle Berry Eye Shadow Palette! There are two sets of eyeshadow palettes in the Tutti Frutti collection. The one I have features shades of pink and plum inspired by fresh berries. It retails for $34 USD and contains 5.6g of product. I already own the Too Faced Sweet Peach and White Peach palettes and really hoped this also lives up to the high expectations! Shop the palette now on Too Faced and Ulta!
The palette is adorable and I like that they went with the metal packaging instead of the cardboard packaging. The outside cover features raspberries and if you flip open the cover, there is a cute raspberry on the bottom right of your mirror. I also like the cut corner edge on the bottom right as there is a ledge that makes it very easy to open the cover. It is quite hefty and heavier than you’d think for a palette of this size. There is a sweet berry scent to the whole product that actually reminds me a bit of the fig smell for the White Peach palette!
Too Faced Razzle Dazzle Berry Eye Shadow Palette Swatches
Dazzle – satin champagne in the pain but when swatched, it is a bit too ashy and white for my skin
Pink Suede – matte light brown with a hint of pink, this is the perfect transition color. However it is the ONLY transition color in the palette so if your skin tone is not well suited for it, you might need to pull in another shade
Razzle – metallic rose gold shade that would be gorgeous all over the lid if you just want to use one color
Berried Treasure – metallic copper, this is my favorite shade in the whole palette and will be perfect for the fall!
Boys N Berry – matte fuschia, this is surprisingly good blended out in the crease and the color is more wearable than you’d think!
Bad to the Berry – matte black with silver purple and blue glitter, great for lining and deepening the crease
That’s My Jam! – deep purple with blue and purple glitter, my swatch makes it look black but actually it is quite purple on the lid!
When I was swatching the eyeshadows, I was a bit disappointed with the matte shades like Dazzle, Pink Suede and also That’s My Jam. But I was so pleasantly surprised when applying it to my actual lids! The colors surprisingly showed up so much more vividly and pure. It’s usually the opposite for me. But I was able to really see the purple and the pinks come through. I still didn’t use Dazzle as I don’t think it’s a flattering shade on me, but the formulation works so well with a brush and on the actual eye lid. I am very very impressed!
Too Faced Razzle Dazzle Berry Eye Shadow Palette Tutorial
I decided to go for a deep smoky purple look as it’s way outside my comfort zone! To start, I went with a small brush and used That’s My Jam along my lash line. I slowly picked up more color and built it up along the lid up to the crease. Then I took a fluffier brush and blended out the top with Pink Suede. Since I took some of the color away, I went back to That’s My Jam and added some intensity. To brighten up the inner corner, I used Razzle and brought it towards my lower lash line as well. Lastly, I used Bad to the Berry in the outer V and along my bottom lash line to connect to Razzle.
I absolutely love how the look came out and am playing around with some other creative looks for a fall eyeshadow inspo coming soon! The colors Razzle and Berried Treasure will be perfect for everyday so I can’t wait to use this more!
I’m really happy with this palette as it allows you to have more fun with color while still achieving wearable looks. If you already have tons of neutral palettes, this will be a fun addition! But if you like sticking with more brown shades, the Sparkling Pineapple palette might be a better fit and it has a fun gold and green color to go along with the neutrals.
Too Faced Fruit Cocktail Blush Duos in Strobeberry
First off, can we appreciate the name? Strobeberry instead of Strawberry. That is so clever and gave me a good laugh! There are four shades available for the new Fruit Cocktail Blush Duos and each retails for $30 USD and contains 6.32g (Available on Too Faced and Ulta). In each product, there is a darker blush shade, and then a corresponding highlighter shade. You can also mix it together to create a glowy blush. The scent of this is distinctively different from the Razzle Dazzle palette. I don’t think I would have been able to tell you it was strawberry but it is definitely very nice!
Similar to the eyeshadow palette, there is a cut off corner with a ledge to allow for easy opening. Inside you will find a mirror with “Too Faced” and a cute fruit face stuck on the mirror. Although it is very cute, I actually find it a bit distracting when using the mirror. You end up not having enough mirror space to easily apply the product. But I’ll forgive them since it is adorable to look at.
The highlight side is a pretty coral color with a strong pink duochrome finish. The blush side is a bright medium pink. Again, this product performed better on the cheeks than when swatched! Actually I was a bit disappointed when I was swatching as there wasn’t much pigmentation but it surprisingly really shows on the cheeks. The colors gave a bright flush to the cheeks I love how the highlighter gives such a strong pink flash when it catches the light.
However, I don’t really like pink blushes on myself and I think the other shades in this collection (terracotta red, bronze, and deep plum) would be more flattering! The formulation is fantastic though so I wouldn’t hesitate to recommend a different shade option based on your personal preference. My favorite Too Faced Love Flush blush shades are coral or deep nude.
Too Faced Pineapple Paradise Strobing Bronzer Highlighting Duo
I am a huge fan of glowy bronzers and I’m so glad brands have started making them again! It has been a hard few years while the contouring craze took over. But we’re back with healthy, glowing, tanned cheeks! The shade I have is called Pineapple Sun but I believe there is only one shade available. Similar to the blush duos, the pan is split into two with a coordinated highlighter color. The Pineapple Paradise Strobing Bronzer retails for $30 USD and contains 8g of product (Available on Too Faced and Ulta). The smell is tropical and reminds me of a coconut more so than a pineapple. Either way, it makes me feel like I’m on vacation and makes me look like I just came back from one!
The outer cover on this product is my favorite out of all the products I have. The gold glitter and pineapples go so well together! It’s so interesting that all of these products didn’t swatch that well. The highlighter shade barely had any payoff and felt chunky, and the bronzer side was just average. But oh my goodness, you need to see this product once applied to the cheeks!
I use the bronze shade along my cheekbones similar to how I would contour. Then I bring the color up and towards the center of my face. The shade is so perfect on me and makes me look like I have a beautiful tan! I think I can get away with using it as a contour shade actually. Even though it’s slightly warm, it still looks natural on my skin tone. Then, I added the highlighter and WOW it is so pretty! It looks like I just have a beautiful golden glow whenever I catch the light. I absolutely love how this looks and I’ll be sporting a glowy tan for the next little while.
Too Faced Juicy Fruits Comfort Lip Glaze
The last item I have from the Too Faced Tutti Frutti collection is the Juicy Fruits Comfort Lip Glaze in Plum Crazy! There are 12 different shades in total but all of them are with a metallic finish. There are a few wearable shades but most of the colors are quite bright and statement making. Along with the high shine and metallic finish, I would say this is more of an editorial or creative product than an every day use one. These are $20 USD (check them out on Too Faced and Ulta).
In the tube, Plum Crazy is a true purple shade with purple and blue glitter. I was a bit intimidated and wasn’t sure if I was going to end up with glitter all over my face. Surprisingly, the formula applied very smoothly on the lips. I would not have guessed there would be any shimmer or glitter as it applies like a cream! The applicator is a normal sponge tip that is quite sturdy. I’m not sure if different shades smell differently, but mine reminds me of bubble gum.
When I press my lips together, it doesn’t feel sticky at all. But if any hair comes in the way, it will definitely get trapped. This formula has great staying power. I swatched it on my hand and it was very difficult to wash off with just face cleanser and water. Although the formula is really nice, I don’t really see myself reaching for this on a daily basis because of the shade. But if you do more creative looks or enjoy bold colors on your lips, this is a wonderful high shine lip gloss.
Too Faced Tutti Frutti Collection
Overall, the Too Faced Tutti Frutti collection has gotten me really excited! The Peach theme was getting a bit worn out, and I’m so happy they came out with something fun and unique. There was definitely a lot of thought put into this to create a coherent collection with cute and wearable products. My recommendations are the Razzle Dazzle Eye Shadow Palette and the Pineapple Paradise Strobing Bronzer! The formula of the Fruit Cocktail Blush Duos was also really nice if you find a shade that works for you!
What do you think about this collection? Which items are you most excited about?