Too Faced That’s My Jam Palette | Review & Swatches

Hey everyone, how have you all been? I’m currently feeling pretty rubbish after my second covid vaccine that I had yesterday. So I am trying to recover today by taking it easy and drinking lots of water. I have wanted to get this review up for weeks now, as I’ve had this Too Faced That’s My Jam palette pretty much from when it launched a while ago! I shared a review on my blog of another one of the Too Faced mini 8 pan palettes not too long ago – you can check out my thoughts on Kitty Likes To Scratch here.

This Too Faced That’s My Jam palette has 8 different shadows. 4 of them are matte and 4 of them are glitter/shimmer. This is ideal if you’re into pinks and purples!

This palette costs £22, the same as all of the other Too Faced mini palettes. I don’t think the price is too bad for a high end brand, however they would need to perform well to justify the cost considering these aren’t every day shades for me and I may not get the MOST use out of this palette.

The packaging is classic Too Faced – tin with a mirror inside. The shade names are written on the back of the palette and on the box.

Too Faced make some of the best eye shadows in my opinion. The quality is always amazing and some of my most used palettes are from this brand.

The matte shades in this That’s My Jam palette are impressive – they are pigmented, creamy and blendable!

A couple of the shimmer shades unfortunately didn’t work as well as I expected. The bright pink shade and the bronze pink shade take quite a while to build up on the eye, and they look a little lack lustre. The champagne shimmer is really pretty and actually looks much nicer on the eyes than it does in the pan! The purple shimmer is also gorgeous as it has lovely blue glitters throughout it, giving extra dimension.

Although this palette is pretty, the colours don’t inspire me in the way I thought they would, and I tend to be unsure what eye look to create when I reach for this palette. So I haven’t got much use out of this palette, which makes it not worth the £22 price tag in my opinion.

Overall, despite it being nice, I wouldn’t really recommend this palette unless you’re certain you will use these shades and you’re willing to put in extra work to get the 2 out of 8 shades that are a bit disappointing to work better.

Have you tried this That’s My Jam palette, or any of the other mini Too Faced palettes? Let me know!

Jazmin xx


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