I hope you’ve all had a wonderful Summer and are generally happy with life right now. Today I’m going to be reviewing the Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette, which my amazing friend Pam treated me to recently! ♡
I believe this limited edition palette is now totally out of stock and is no longer available to purchase anywhere (unless you want to pay stupid amounts of money for it on eBay).
Firstly, as Too Faced do with many of their products, this palette is scented with a sweet peachy smell which smells so good but isn’t overpowering at all and it isn’t noticeable once it’s on your face. I adore the packaging of all Too Faced products and this is no exception; it’s just as cute as ever with bright peachy pink packaging! I really hope Too Faced carry on this scented palette theme, there’s so many different scents/themes they could create. I’ll be keeping my eyes peeled for rumours of any upcoming themed scented palettes!
The shades in the left side of the palette include a white shade, some creamy tones, a few bronze tones and some peachy pinks. The right side of the palette includes a few darker matte shades (perfect for using as transition shades), a random shimmery green has been thrown in (which is beautiful might I add), some purple tones, a black and a dark blue both with a touch of glitter.
It’s worth noting that the shadows in this palette are highly pigmented and very powdery so be sure to tap the excess product off your brush before applying it to your lids. It’s always safest to apply a little bit step by step until you’re happy with the result!
(L-R: White Peach, Nectar, Peaches ‘N Cream, Luscious, Cobbler, Georgia, Just Peachy,
Candied Peach, Caramelized)
(L-R: Bless Her Heart, Bellini, Puree, Tempting, Peach Pit, Summer Yum, Charmed I’m Sure, Delectable, Talk Derby To Me)
Here is a look I created using White Peach and Peaches ‘N Cream all over the lids, and Puree blended out through the crease, with Summer Yum blended in the outer corner of my crease to darken. I then applied Luscious from the inner corner across the lid and blended into Summer Yum. Then using Kat Von D liquid liner in Trooper I created a cat flick, added some Eylure 117 false lashes and some MAC Extended Play mascara to finish the look.
If you’d like to see how to get this look I have made a makeup tutorial showing you step by step on my YouTube channel! Check it out here.
Thanks so much for reading!