Too Faced Festival Lip Review

Every once in a while, there is a product or trend that I just don’t follow. Sometimes it’s because I’m afraid of it. Others, it’s just because I’m intimidated by it and don’t think I can pull it off. The Unicorn trend is a prime example. Generally, I’ve shied away from this trend because I was a child of the 90’s and know just how bad light blue makeup can turn out. However, when Too Faced re-launched its Unicorn Tears in conjunction with their “Life is a Festival” collection, they also added 3 other mythical creature tears to the mix. With the addition of pinks and purples, I finally was brave enough to try the full Too Faced Festival Lip Collection.

Too Faced Life Is A Festival Lip Collection

Overall, I love the packaging of the Too Faced Festival lip products. The sleek gold packaging of the lipstick is smooth and classic. The lip toppers are a little more “themed” in their packaging, but the little vials totally show off their extra sparkly nature, which is great.

Too Faced Life Is A Festival Lip Collection Fairy Tears

The biggest surprise for me was that the advertised colors – green, blue, yellow, and pearl – are not actually how these products look when on your lips! I’m not going to lie. I think I winced a bit (or at least cringed) when I went to apply the Mermaid Tears lipstick for the first time. How was I going to look with green lips? Was I going to go full Wicked? My voice is definitely not Broadway ready!

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First up, the cult classic Unicorn Tears. This is the only one of the four colors that actually made someone comment. Of course, part of that could be because I wore them all to work. Luckily, when  you work in fashion no one really cares if you show up to work in blue glitter lipstick.

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Next up, we have Angel Tears. This is definitely the least ostentatious of the 4 tears. It is a more “natural” champagne color. My only wish is that the lip topper was a bit thicker. The color seemed to be a bit milky and separated. However, the longer I wore it, the better it seemed to sit on my lips.

Too Faced Festival Lip Fairy Tears 02

Our third set of tears is Fairy Tears. Honestly, I thought this one was going to be my favorite. Well, I guess I really wanted it to be my favorite just because it involves fairies. All in all, it was a little too bright pink for me. I know, I know. I think my middle school self just died a little inside when I said that. Although it looks really pretty in this picture, there was just something about it in person that felt “too much”.

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Last, but not least, my favorite of the Too Faced Festival Lip collection – Mermaid Tears. Probably the most shocking and scary of the 4 tears, this green pair had me very intimidated. So imagine my shock when the green hued mermaid tears turned a lovely shade of iris on my lips. I was mesmerized. The amount of glitter in each of these lip products is just impressive. I even loved the lip topper by itself. Plus, purple is the color of the season, and when in Rome…

In the end, I loved all 4 of the Too Faced Festival Lip collection colors. The longer I wore each color, the more I liked them. Their color changing properties reminded me of the pH balancing lip products I love so much. Surprisingly, I actually like the lip toppers better than the lipsticks. Plus I can just imagine the possibilities of mixing these toppers with other lipsticks. Anything for some extra glitter, am I right?

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Which mythical tears are your favorite? Comment below!

XOXO,
Tiffany

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6 thoughts on “Too Faced Festival Lip Review

    • alwaysinhighheels says:

      I love a good nude or vamp lip! What are some of your favorites? I’m loving MAC Mehr for spring.

      • alwaysinhighheels says:

        Inexpensive and reliable is a fantastic combination! I’ll have to check out Milani! Thanks for the tip!

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