Too Faced Exotic Color Intense Eyeshadow Haul and Swatches No. 1: Enchanted Garden

I quite like Too Faced although as  brand, I feel like they’ve disappeared off my radar for quite a while. I just don’t seem to see the products on my favourite blogs very often, or in magazines so I don’t really know what their new launches are.

I spotted a super pretty eyeshadow of theirs on ASOS called Cop-a-Teal, but it wasn’t on sale. Some eBaying led me to a seller who had the whole range of Exotic Color Intense Eyeshadows at 50% less or more than the retail price of £15! So I ended up buying all of them. Because they are so many I will do a swatch a day, ok?!

Each solo eyeshadow comes in a pink box like this:

Too Faced Exotic Color Intense Eyeshadow Haul and Swatches 1

So Too Faced say: Our intense shades were created as the must-have accessory to compliment our best-selling eye shadow collections. This alluring spectrum of extravagant shadow textures includes an ensemble of rock-crystal shimmers, velvety hues and irreverent iridescence. High Density Intensity: Our color-saturated formula guarantees maximum color pay off.

I have to say solo eyeshadows are a pain. Means I have to rummage around in the morning looking for the right shade the spend time opening each one which when you are as bad as waking up as me, takes up time!

The packaging is black plastic and comes in a flower shape which is unimaginative, but cute enough. There’s a small window so you can see the shade inside.

Too Faced Exotic Eyeshadow Intense

You get 1.7 grams of product, which is fine, and it has that satisfying click when you shut it!!!

Because this is the first review, I’ll include more detail about the product and packaging.

Too Faced Exotic Color Intense Eyeshadow Haul and Swatches 1

Too Faced Exotic Color Intense Eyeshadow Haul and Swatches

Enchanted Garden is described as a ‘Golden Expresso’. It’s a really beautiful rich, deep, cool toned golden brown.  It’s very intense and rich, just the kind of brown I like:

Too Faced Exotic Color Intense Eyeshadow Haul and Swatches Enchanted Garden Swatch

This is from one light swatch – gorgeous. So rich, intense and pigmented.  I would use this to shade lightly in the day and more intensely in the evening as a smoky colour.  Really beautiful. The only thing is, I don’t see it fitting in with that many of the other shades in the range (you’ll see later).  I guess if you have nudes and browns in your  collection already, this will go nicely.

Enchanted Garden Swatch Too Faced Exotic Color Intense Eyeshadow Haul and Swatches

Enchanted Garden is a real beauty if you love blackened brown with gold flecked eyeshadows like me (specific I know).

Score: 5/5!

You can buy the Intense Eyeshadows from,, – or you can have a look on eBay for a bargain!

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  1. I agree with what you say about Too Faced – it doesn’t feel like that many bloggers talk about the brand. I don’t know if that is a indication that their PRs do not reach out to bloggers as much as other brands?

    Enchanted Garden is pretty. The black flower shaped packaging for these eye shadows remind me of Anna Sui a little bit.

  2. I agree that single eyeshadows are a pain! But I think Too Faced ones are really nice, glad they have gone for some darker pigmented colours as I found that previously they have been a bit wishy washy when you wear them.

  3. I recently reviewed 3 of the shades from this range too. I really like them, but there hasn’t been much chatter about them, I agree.

  4. The packaging is really cute. It kinda reminds me of the Mary Quant flower.

  5. this leaves me so happy. so so so rare to see matte eyeshadow, and good non chalky and pigmented ones are even more of a rarity. cant wait to see all the others :)
    yay, today is a good day
    liloo/@tsunimee xx

  6. Like the packaging and the colour looks very pigmented. I amways skip over Too Faced too for some unknown reason.

  7. ooh, lovely pigment! single shadows are a pain, but then you can buy only the colors you want.

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