Yesterday I shared the new Too Faced Summer Eyes Palette, but they had another recent addition to their amazing eye palette family, the Boudoir palette.
I know what you’re thinking…. Wait… don’t I already own that palette? Actually, I’m on my second one?? (Wait, I might be the only one that is wondering that last question. And yes, I’m on my second one.) So, yes, the Boudoir and Naked Eye Palettes by Too Faced are pretty similar. To the point that they have many of the same shades. I’ve put unique shades to each palette in italics below.
Boudoir Eye Palette In the Buff, Fuzzy Handcuffs, Voulez-Vous Satin Sheets, Sugar Walls, Garter Belt Birthday Suit, Lap Dance, French Tickler
Naked Eye Palette In the Buff, Pillow Talk, Like a Virgin Birthday Suit, Satin Sheets, Unmentionables Pink Cheeks, Lap Dance, Stilleto
So, looking at the shadow swatches from the Boudoir Palette, I think you’ll see it’s definitely neutral, but easily a bit sultry. It includes one of my favorite shadows of all time (Birthday Suit. See how I’ve hit pan on it in the Naked Palette? That’s the reason I’m on Naked Palette #2). But, I also really love a few of the other shades here. Lap Dance is amazing (it’s in both), Sugar Walls and Garter Belt are super pretty together as a duo, and I think the change from Stilleto to French Tickler is a big upgrade. (I didn’t really ever use the matte black of Stilleto. French Tickler is really nice to add over a black liner for some fun and depth.)
If I was going to pick one of the palettes I’d go with Boudoir, but I think enough of my staples appear in both palettes that I am really loving having the options of both.
When I’m really pinched for time, this is my go-to eye look (hence, the over use of Birthday Suit!) It is really fast, neutral and perfect for punching up with a fun eye liner if I’m not in the mood for black or brown.