For Fall 2012, Too Faced released a smooth new lipstick line in their Art of Sexy collection. The Too Faced La Crème Color Drenched Lip Creams have a pigmented and creamy formula with moisture rich lotus flower and power peptides. The collection consists of sixteen beautiful new colors that I'm excited to showcase for you today.
The Too Faced La Crème lip colors are organized into four groups: nudes, spices, pinks, and reds. You can see the color-coordinated dots on the packaging above. The pink box is too pretty, with fanciful patterning that includes a white peacock, a white rabbit, and a tree full of flowers. I plan on keeping the packaging; it's too pretty to toss, plus it helps to keep things organized.
I've taken photos of the lipsticks up close so you can get a better idea of their individual nuances. They're grouped into four categories, as I mentioned above. The Too Faced La Crème Nudes include: Naughty Nude, Naked Dolly, Nude Beach, and In the Buff.
The Too Faced La Crème Spices lipsticks include: Spice Spice Baby, Cinnamon Kiss, Honey Bear, and Sweet Maple.
The Too Faced La Crème Pinks include: Marshmallow Bunny, Razzle Dazzle Rose, Juicy Melons, and Fuchsia Shock.
The Too Faced La Crème Reds include: I Want Candy, Coral Fire, Stiletto Red, and Divine Wine.
I've swatched each of the Too Faced La Crème lipstick colors below. First up are the 'Nudes' and 'Spices.' Naughty Nude is a light nude with pink tones. Naked Dolly is a pale pink peach. Nude Beach is a pale pink. In the Buff is a warm beige nude that is of similar intensity to Naughty Nude. Spice Spice Baby is a light-medium with brown tones. Cinnamon Kiss is medium spiced pink. Honey Bear is a medium mauve brown. Sweet Maple is a plum brown.
The Too Faced La Crème 'Pinks' and 'Reds' are swatched below. Marshmallow Bunny is a pale cool pink. Razzle Dazzle Rose is a light cool rose pink. Juicy Melons is a light pink coral. Fuschia Shock is a beautiful bright fuchsia pink. I Want Candy is a medium pink coral. Coral Fire is a medium coral. Stiletto Red is a neutral classic red. Divine Wine is a classic bordeaux.
The new Too Faced La Crème collection is very much 'la crème de la crème' of Too Faced's lip color line. The line has a gotten a lot of love from other bloggers and I can see why. The formula is smooth and comfortable for a 'cream' formula lipstick. The finish has a glossy shine, so you could easily skip the lip gloss application step in the morning. What I like best is the color range. The selection is vibrant, modern, and has all the basics. My favorites would be the nudes (you know me), though I found deeper colors like Fuchsia Shock and Bordeaux to be quite beautiful as well. Thanks for reading! Have you tried Too Faced La Crème lipsticks? Which colors stand out to you? Do you like creamy lipstick formulas?
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