A Quick Review of the Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette

As you can probably imagine, I screamed when I received the Too Faced Sweet Peach Eye Shadow Palette for my 19th birthday.

I had been eyeing the palette ever since it first debuted in mid 2016. The peach-themed collection quickly sold out after its initial debut, but Too Faced restocked the palette a few months ago.

I had been wanting this palette for quite sometime, and I’m pleased to blog about the product and tell you all about my first impressions.

So, if you’re interested, keep reading on about my initial thoughts and reactions on the Sweet Peach palette.


First Impressions

Because the palette was dubbed “Sweet Peach,” I knew the shadows were going to be pink-based. However, I was really shocked to find that some of the shadows are brown-based as well.

While most of the shadows in the palette are warm reds, a good portion of the palette is comprised of warm browns that are extremely versatile and pigmented.

Even though I’m not a huge fan of pink and red shadows, I’m very impressed with the way the eye shadows in the sweet peach palette look natural when placed on the eye lid.

Overall, I’m quite pleased with the palette. The shadows are super soft and easy to blend. Plus, all the shadows in the palette compliment each other beautifully. There’s something for everyone in this palette.

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Swatches

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White Peach is an opaque white shimmer. While the shade didn’t want to show up in the picture, I can promise you it’s the prettiest color to put in the inner corner of the eye as a highlight.

Luscious is a shimmery brown with hints of copper. I love pairing this shade with “Charmed, I’m Sure” because the two shades compliment each other beautifully.

Just Peachy is a shimmery rose with golden shimmer mixed throughout the formula.

Bless Her Heart is a shimmery olive shade. While green isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, a subtle layer of shadow on the eyelid would look gorgeous on anyone with brown or green eyes.

Tempting is a black-brown shadow with a shimmery sheen.

Charmed, I’m Sure is a dark brown shade with a matte finish. I’m in love with the color. It looks gorgeous when blended into the crease and completes any natural smokey eye.

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Nectar is a yellow-white shimmer. Nectar makes for a beautiful inner corner highlight.

Cobbler is a copper-brown shade with a satin finish. Just like Luscious, Cobbler is the perfect shade for the eyelid when creating a natural smokey eye.

Candied Peach is a matte orange-rose. There are flecks of pink glitter mixed throughout the formula.

Bellini is a frosted pink-brown shadow. This shade is so creamy and looks gorgeous when worn alone or when paired with other colors in the palette.

Peach Pit is a brown-red color with a shimmery sheen.

Delectable is a purple-red shade with a satin finish.

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Peaches ‘N Cream is yellow beige with a matte finish. I love using this shade as a brow bone highlight.

Georgia is a baby pink with a matte finish.

Caramelized is a deep copper-brown with a shimmery finish. This color is absolutely gorgeous as an outer corner eye color.

Puree is a matte orange-brown. This color is a great transition shade when creating an intricate smokey eye.

Summer Yum is a burnt orange with a matte finish.

Talk Derby To Me is a purple-blue shadow with flecks of pink glitter. At first glance, this shade look like a dupe for another Too Faced shadow called “Black Forest Truffle,” which is featured in their Chocolate Bar Eye Shadow Palette.


Thank you all so much for reading!

Xx

Kara

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