Tis the season for the holiday gift set bonanza, not only at stores like Sephora, Ulta, and Nordstrom, but also Walmart, Walgreens, CVS, and Target. This is the last Friday I will be featuring a gift set review for the Christmas holiday. I have something special planned for next Friday, so be sure to check back!
If you are looking for a mid-ranged gift set for this year, the Too Faced Pretty Little Planner may be for you. Every year Too Faced releases several holiday sets. Last year I purchased the Too Faced Chocolate Shop for myself. It is a wonderful quality set and smells like chocolate. The only problem with the Chocolate Shop set is you cannot travel with it.
This year the Pretty Little Planner caught my eye as a gift for a friend. It contains a Limited Edition Beauty Agenda, a Better Than Sex Mascara, and 15 matte and shimmer eye shadows. It does not have a distinctive scent.
The Pretty Little Planner is listed at $49 currently on Ulta. During one of the sales (and using coupons) I purchased it for under $30. Watch for sales!
Eye shadow Shades:
• Good Girl (soft buttercream)
• White Christmas (ice white)
• Werkshop (metallic rust)
• Good As Gold (rich metallic gold)
• Break The Ice (golden teal)
• Rise & Shine (frosted beige)
• Secret Santa (soft mate pink)
• Coffee First (medium cool brown)
• Dollhouse (shimmering plum)
• Elfie Selfie (silvered taupe)
• Why Not? (soft bone beige)
• Silent Night (gilded grey)
• Snooze U Lose (deep cool brown)
• Wrap It Up (matte mauve)
• Booville (deepest plum)
It also comes in a limited-edition makeup bag and includes a step-by-step how-to Glamour Guide with looks to get started.
I think that my friend will enjoy it. She loves planners and agendas and this one is small and thin enough to fit easily in her purse. This palette is small enough to use if you are traveling.
Have you purchased any Too Faced holiday sets? Let us know your thoughts below.
Disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. I purchased all items myself.
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