When I first learned about the Too Faced Cat Eyes palette I knew I needed it immediately based on the packaging alone. I am a fan of everything animal print and an even bigger fan of cat eyes. The shades in this palette are quite unique and not at all what I thought would be in the palette. I am excited to share with you my swatches, review and tutorial.
Like all of Too Faced’s “Eyes” palettes there are 9 shadows broken down by three rows and three columns. Each row is a collection of shadows they break down into looks that they show you how to recreate in a little booklet they call a “How-To Glamour Guide”.
There is something a little different with this palette than previous ones I have owned. Each row has a dark shade that can be used wet or dry as an eyeshadow or a liner. I also love how each of these looks are so different. I honestly do believe there is something in it for everyone, neutral lover and colorful mavens alike.
The first row is Day. It consists of Purrr, Tiger’s Eye, and Leopard.
Purr is a soft, shimmering white/cream/beige.
Tiger’s Eye is a gorgeous coppery bronze with a metallic finish.
Leopard is a warm chocolate brown with gold shimmer.
Classic is possibly my favorite row from the palette and it includes Meow, Pussy Cat, and Jungle Love.
Meow is a matte beige.
Pussy Cat is a pretty lavender purple.
Jungle Love is a deep purple with pink and violet shimmers.
Fashion is an interesting row. It combines Kitten, Kitty Glitter, and Panther.
Kitten is a whitish-pink satin.
Kitty Glitter is is a shimmering silver with a baby blue tint. It also happens to be my favorite name in the palette.
Panther is a jet matte black.
I think that the textures and formulas in this palette are pretty good. The only shades that even halfway disappoint are actually meant to be used wet or dry and those are the liner shades. I think that the streakiness in those swatches are quite unfair to them because they are actually quite smooth and when used wet with a liner brush you can see that the pigmentation is great.
The Too Faced Cat Eyes palette is pretty darn awesome and retails for $36 at Sephora and Macy’s. Even though the palette includes a Glamour Guide I did my own look using the shades in this palette. I honestly didnt even open the Glamour Guide because I try to keep my looks as original as possible. I hope you like my easy to follow step-by-step tutorial.
Apply Pussy Cat all over the lid with a flat shade brush.
Apply Pussy Cat into the crease with a fluffy brush so that it blends and fades into the crease and up to the brow bone area.
I am condensing two things in this one step. Apply Meow to the brow bone to continue to blend out the crease shade as well as place Purrr on the tear duct area for a pretty highlight.
Place tape from the lash line up to the eyebrow and then use a tapered fluffy brush to apply Jungle Love in the shape of a thick winged liner. It isn’t going to be the actual liner but definitely adds interest.
Apply Jungle Love to the lower lash line and connect it to the top lash line.
Use a wet thin liner brush and apply Panther on the top lash line into a thinner winged liner. Also use it on your waterline and tightline.
Apply your favorite mascara, I used Too Faced better Than Sex.
Apply your favorite false lashes. I used Eylure Katy Perry lashes in “Oh Honey”!
I sincerely hope you enjoyed my eye look with the Too Faced Cat Eyes palette. I feel like it was easy to use and also a little out of the ordinary for me. I also did a video form of this tutorial, so whichever form of tutorial you like, picture or video, I have it here for you!
I encourage you to check out my fellow Makeup Warriors and see all of the looks they created with the same palette. I know I can’t wait to check them out for myself!
So tell me in the comments below: what are your favorite shades in the palette? What is your go-to look?
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