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Lol, as you can see, my palette has gone through a lot of use! :)
Last summer, I was watching many youtube reviews and tutorials based on the Too Faced Natural Eye Palette.  I, at the time, considered it out of my price range, but loved how it looked on other girls with a  similar skin tone and hair color as myself.  It was perfect for everyday.  And I wanted it badly.  Then a different type of video caught my eye...wait, could it be?

I cannot remember her name, or her channel's name, because it has been some time since I have watched this review, but I found a video discussing at great length of a dupe out there for the palette I so desperately wanted to get my hands on.

It can only be found at Rue21.  For those of you in a mad dash to pull up their website to find it, don't bother.  You can only go to their actual stores to pick it up.  So last summer, I went with my hubby and sister-n-law to Ft. Wayne, quite a drive from where I live, to go shopping.  Since Rue21 was one of the stops, I really wanted to check this out this dupe.  

I was amazed at the price; sure enough, just as the lady had raved about, it was only $6.99!  A steal compared to the Too Face's thirty-six dollar palette. Now, since then I was fortunate enough to have the play money to buy an actual Too Faced Eye Kit. I did purchase the Too Faced Romantic Eye, and I will say I still prefer my Rue Beaute dupe to it.  Naturally, they are different shades, but the pigmentation, and consistency are very different between the two. 

I love my dupe.  In fact it is one of my top three palettes I will absolutely replace when I run out.  I use almost daily. I can switch it up very easily, with a different colored blush, a bronzer, and eyeliners.  I normally like to add some bronzer and coral hues to my look for summer and even spring.  

I have tried many cheap makeup brands, and the pigmentation for the price is INCREDIBLE!  I don't even have to use that much of the product for a good build up of color.  Since then, I have wondered about the quality other Rue Beaute palettes.  If I ever get the chance to test them, I will be more than happy to share my findings with the reader.

<3 Beth.


FTC: I AM IN NO WAY BEING PAID BY SAID COMPANIES FOR THIS BLOG POST.  ALL THOUGHTS ARE MY OWN, UNBIASED.  I PAID FOR PRODUCTS MENTIONED IN THE ABOVE BLOG POST WITH MY OWN MONEY.
 
 

    Beth

    I revel in all things beauty and fashion. Makeup is my medium of choice here. :D

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