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Since the Too Faced Sweet Peach Eyeshadow Palette came out, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it! I just love the peach scent of the shadows, the adorable packaging, and the beautiful color selection. Today I uploaded a video on my youtube channel featuring a tutorial on how to get the peachy smokey eye pictured below. You can watch the video here!
After playing with this palette, I think the quality is on point. The shadow formula is very similar to other eyeshadows from Too Faced, like their Chocolate Palette for example. The shadows have good pigmentation, blend easily, and do not come off patchy when applied to the eyes. I think this palette has a great color selection, which allows you to create so many different looks. The colors included are all very wearable, with shades mainly in the neutral family, from peach to brown, along with some lighter ivory shades and some pops of purple and green. You also get a dark black shadow which is very pigmented and perfect for darkening any look you create, or to use as an eyeliner.
Pictured from left to right: White Peach, Luscious, Just Peachy, Bless Her Heart, Tempting, Charmed I’m Sure.
Pictured from left to right: Nectar, Cobbler, Candied Peach, Bellini, Peach Pit, Delectable.
Pictured from left to right: Peaches ‘N Cream, Georgia, Caramelized, Puree, Summer Yum, Talk Derby To Me.
I have used these shadows with and without setting sprays and they work either way, but if you want to have a bolder, more pigmented and foiled effect, I suggest wetting your brush with a setting spray. Also, I usually apply my eyeshadows simply on top of whatever concealer I use for my face, so I haven’t tried them with an eyeshadow primer yet. However, they do work well with concealer as a base, so I expect them to work well with a primer as well. Along with the Peach Palette, I used Maybelline Line Stiletto Liquid Eyeliner in Brownish Black to do a winged liner, The Balm Cosmetics Mad Lash Mascara for my lower lashes, and Stila Huge Extreme Lash Mascara for my top lashes.
In my tutorial, I only used the shadows from the Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette, because I wanted to show how to create a complete look without having to go into multiple palettes. For my lips, I applied Urban Decay’s Lipstick in the shade Native, along with the Too Faced Sweet Peach Creamy Peach Oil Lipgloss in the shade Peach Fuzz. I really like the combination of these two shades together, but the gloss looks gorgeous on its own as well!
Overall, I am very happy with this palette, and it has lately become one of my go to eye shadow palettes. You get 18 shades, and the palette retails for $49. I am excited to continue using this palette, and I think I will reach for this palette a lot in the Spring and Summer months! I would love to hear your thoughts on this palette! Have you tried it out? What did you think? Do you like the fragrance? I hope you all have a wonderful day! 🙂