Versatility & Value
Any time you purchase a color palette, complexion palette or eyeshadow palette you have the opportunity to achieve a variety of different looks at an incredible value!
There are a few important things to consider when you are deciding which palette is right for you:
- First of all, check the quality. Are they pigmented, silky and made with the best ingredients?
- Next, consider the variety. Is there enough variety of colors in this palette to create multiple unique looks?
- Finally do the math and consider its value. When you buy anything in 'bulk,' you should be getting them at a discount; if you were to buy each of these colors individually, how much would you be paying?
When designing Too Faced's palettes, Jerrod Blandino takes the above criteria into consideration; quality first, color selection second and finally value. Based on this criteria, Too Faced's palettes are beyond phenomenal...averaging about $4 for each product, a value that is hard to find elsewhere!
Too Faced's eyeshadow, face and bronzing palettes consist of the highest quality and are made in the USA. The harmonious color choices provide effortless versatility that women crave resulting in minimum effort with maximum effect! Most Too Faced customers find that they use all of the colors in their Too Faced palettes and therefore the value is extraordinary!
"Most Too Faced customers find they use all the colors in their Too Faced palettes..."
Before purchasing a makeup color palette of any kind, always try on several shades to make certain you are really getting the value and versatility you anticipate.
- How will I wear this palette?
- Is this concealer palette covering my imperfections, are the colors inside this eye shadow collection accentuating my eyes?
Next, look at the colors...
- Which color is a base shadow, lid or crease?
- How many different combinations are there inside?
If your answer is multiple ways, yes these colors work on my skin tone and the combinations are seemingly endless, then you have versatility and value in the palm of your hand. Now, most importantly, does it say Too Faced?