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Too Faced Shake Your Palm Palms Review

As a research analyst, I look at beauty launches a bit differently than other people. I approach discovering new products almost like trend forecasting. When, Where, Why, and How are they launching? What void is this particular product going to fill in the market? Although I’m super small potatoes in the Beauty Blogger world, I still track these trends and launches to determine what will be my best investments to share with you guys. Sometimes I skip launches I don’t think you guys will enjoy. However, when it comes to launches like the Too Faced Shake Your Palm Palms palette, I track them down and set alarms for launch day!

When I first saw sneak peeks of the Shake Your Palm Palms eyeshadow palette, I absolutely fell in love. First of all, I will buy absolutely ANYTHING in that signature VS stripe pattern. Secondly, I’m a huge fan of green eyeshadow. Last but not least, it’s a super cute, super small, super user friendly little palette with a great little mirror that’s just begging me to take it on vacation.

With only 8 eyeshadows, the Too Faced Shake Your Palm Palms palette doesn’t have a huge range of colors, but the shades it does include are fantastic. The formula and color payoff are both wonderful, and it has that “Too Faced Peachy” scent that is so yummy. Although I think the pink and green shades could use a bit more “oomph”, they are still lovely nonetheless.

Of course, the Shake Your Palm Palms palette is available on the Too Faced Website ($25) and at Sephora ($25).

Furthermore, I have another video for you! Not only does the video contain the full review, swatches, and a tutorial for a cute summer look, but it also includes a review for the Too Faced Primed and Peachy primer (travel size $17) and a cameo by my go-to Supergoop sunscreen. Check it out…

XOXO,
Tiffany

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