Too Faced – Sweet Peach Palette Review

I know I’m a little bit late in the peachy trend but I was not able to get the palette until recently and I am the kind of person who does not care to join a trend. With the arrival of summer, I thought this palette would be perfect to create an everyday makeup look – I think peach colors are perfect for summer.

One of the main reasons why I like to buy from Too Faced is because they are cruelty free and vegan – I am against animal abuse so I’d rather buy products from a brand that does not mistreat animals rather than products from a brand that does mistreat animals.

The packaging of this palette is very practical and cute. Also, I usually don’t care if the palette includes a mirror or not cause I never use it but some people do find it useful, so it’s a plus to the palette.

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I already own an eyeshadow palette by Too Faced so I am already familiar with the formula and I love it: the eyeshadows are pigmented, not too powdery so no fall-offs, they are very easy to work with and they smell delicious. [image below: swatches of some eyeshadows – Sorry for the quality of the picture, my camera died so I had to take the photo with my phone]

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The main reason why I wanted to get that palette is because it has a wide color range: you can create different makeup looks, from a peachy light summer look to an intense dark smokey eye. Hence, the Sweet Peach Palette is good for traveling; instead of getting with you 5 eyeshadow palettes, you could easily get this one and create many different looks. [Photo below taken from google]

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Here are five look ideas you can re-create with this palette:

Look 1: I put ‘Charmed, I’m Sure’ on my crease and smoke it out a little, then, on the outer part of my crease, I add some black eyeshadow, ‘tempting’ and blend it well to darken the look. Afterwards, I put ‘Cobbler’ all over my lid and smoke it out a little bit it too and finally, I put ‘Bellini’ in the center of my lid.

Look 2: I put ‘nectar’ above my crease, then I add ‘summer yum’ on my crease. I cut my crease with concealer, then do a wing eye. I go over the wing eye with ‘tempting’ to darken the wing eye even more and give it a smudgy look. Finally, I put ‘White peach’ in the inner corner of my eye and brow bone. [‘summer yum’ on my lower lash line, beige eyeliner on my waterline]

Look 3: I put ‘puree’ on my crease and smoke it out, then I put ‘delectable’ in my inner and outer lid. Then, I put ‘luscious’ in the center of my lid, draw a wing line and finally I put ‘peaches ‘n cream’ in the inner corner of my eye and brow bone. [‘puree’ and ‘delectable’ on my lower lash line but ‘delectable’ closer to the waterline, you can add brown or beige eyeliner to your waterline]

Look 4: I put ‘peaches ‘n cream’ all over my lid and crease, then I put ‘puree’ on my crease and smoke it out, then I put ‘bless her heart’ on my lid and ‘tempting’ in the outer part of my lid, I blend both color well, then I draw a wing line [‘tempting’ on the outer lower lash line and ‘bless her heart’ on the inner lower lash line, black eyeliner in my waterline]

Look 5: I put ‘georgia’ on my crease and ‘candied peach’ on my crease and outer lid [don’t smoke it out]. Afterwards, I put ‘Bellini’ all over my lid and ‘candied peach’ on my lower lash line [add false eyelashes for an intense look, I like ‘Samantha’ by Huda Beauty]

This palette costs around 49$; for the quality of the eyeshadows, packaging and the fact that you get 18 eyeshadows that smell wonderful, it’s definitely worth it. Nonetheless, I know that you can find great eyeshadows palettes for a cheaper price [NYX for example].

+the names of the eyeshadows are so cute.

 

 

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