I have had my Too Faced A Few Of My Favorite Things Palette now since Christmas.  I have used it a few times for soft everyday looks – but really wanted to create something that had a little bit of drama, but that was still wearable for someone who wanted to use it during the day or out and about.  This look utilizes some of my favorite colors in this palette and I love how easy the colors are to blend.  I named this look Honey Bella Rosa because my middle name is Rosa and the name of the Blush I chose is name Bella Rosa.  Since Bella Rosa means beautiful rose… I thought… “Honey Beautiful Rose” would be sweet.  Those that know me know that Lavender Sterling Roses are my favorite that my husband orders for me… and this look reminded me of these gorgeous roses.  I hope you enjoy the look! <3Honey Bella Rosa Makeup tutorial - Too Faced A Few of My Favorite Things

Check out the video embedded below for a step by step tutorial or click here to watch directly on YouTube.

Honey Bella Rosa Makeup Tutorial

Products used:

  • Eyeshadow Primer – Too Faced Shadow Insurance
  • Eyeshadow Base – NYX Shadow Base in Skintone (applied to the lid & lower lash line and stopping at the crease)
  • Eyeshadow Palette – Too Faced A Few of My Favorite things Palette (Limited Edition) Ooh la Orchid (crease and lower lash line), Honey Honey (lid), Chocolate Milk (blended above the crease as transition shade), Soiree (deepen the outer v), Pure Glam (deepen the outer v), Cream Colored Ponies (highlight), Moon on Their Wings (inner corner highlight / shimmer)
  • Brow Highlight – Milani Brow & Eye Highlight in Vanilla
  • Lower Lash Line pop of color – Jordana 12 Hour Made to last eye shadow pencil in Prolong Purple
  • Waterline & Tightline Liner – Mally Starlight Waterproof Liner in Midnight
  • Winged Liner – Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper
  • Mascara – Elizabeth Mott It’s So Big Volumizing Mascara layered with Benefit’s They’re Real Mascara
  • False Lashes – KISS 01
  • Contour – Starlook’s Cream Blush in Emphasize topped/set with Too Faced Chocolate Soleil Bronzer
  • Blush – Milani Baked Matte Bronzer in Bella Rosa
  • Highlight – Laura Geller’s Baked Blush & Brighten in Como
  • Lips – The Body Shop Lip Butter in Coconut (applied prior to doing the tutorial), Milani Color statement Lip liner in Nude topped with Milani Color statement lipstick in Nude Cream and NYX Butter Gloss in Angel Food Cake
  • Brows – Cailyn Gelux Brow in Cocoa set with NYX Brow set gel
  • Cupid’s Bow highlight – Benefit Wats Up

Note:  I always apply my lip butter or balm prior to doing the tutorial so that it moisturizes my lips before hand and my lipstick/gloss/liner application will go on smoothly.  Applying just before applying your lip products can cause your lips to be too slippery for your lip products to adhere and can cause movement or feathering.  If your lip balm/butter is still to slippery – blot your lips prior to applying your lipstick, etc.

As you see in the tutorial – I did not and do not use Face Primer or Foundation and concealer.  If I do use any of these products I’ll be sure to list them – but I have discontinued the use of these products since it has not been good for my sensitive skin.  I haven’t really used Foundation/Concealer in over 2 years.

Honey Bella Rosa - Makeup tutorial using Too Faced A Few of My Favorite Things palette


I hope you enjoyed this look.  As many of you know I love purple and I really wanted to finally do a tutorial using the Too Faced A Few Of My Favorite Things Palette – I’m glad I was finally able to create a look for you.

Honey Bella Rosa


Wishing you all a wonderful week!


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Beauty, Fashion and Lifestyle Blogger. Mother of 3 and proud Wife. I love Food, whether it be eating it or cooking it and love to learn about new types of food from different cultures. I love making YouTube videos and meeting new friends and I have had a passion and love for photography since I was a little girl.


  1. Nidia Doherty Reply

    love the tutorial! I think my fave part is the honey, honey eyeshadow – both for the name, and the great look. You’re inspiring me to try more gold on my lids. 🙂

    • thank you so much 😉 Gold is such a great color on the lid – but I’m partial to using it with purples. 😉

  2. MyNewestAddiction Reply

    I am in love with this eyeshadow look! You did an amazing job!

  3. Jessica InTruBeauty Reply

    This is such a gorgeous look. Your eyes really stand out. I also love the purple liner on the bottom and I’m glad to see it’s something I can easily afford. Just beautiful!

  4. I really like this look, especially the purple liner on your lower lash line.

    • thank you – it’s my favorite pairing together… I am really bad at doing it several times and then remembering I already did a similar look with a different palette :/

  5. I almost got that Too Faced palette, but then I didn’t 🙁 I wish I did! that Jordana liner is fabulous on you!

    • I’m glad the hubby got it – it has so many colors that are so flattering. 😉 And thank you – I love the Jordana liners… they are awesome! 😀

  6. myCosmeticBag Reply

    the purple on bottom really takes this look to another level – good job!

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  9. Nena!! This turned out so beautiful!! Loved the color combination! Way to go!!

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