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Too Faced Sweet Peach Eyeshadow Palette // Review + Swatches



When I read that Too Faced will be relaunching the Sweet Peach collection, I was over the moon because it was my chance to try range has finally arrived. The Sweet Peach collection was first launched March last year, and there was so much buzz around the palette that really made me want to try. So, when I finally had the chance to purchase my own palette, I bought it ASAP! I've played around with these shadows enough to have a proper verdict. So let's get on to it.

One of the appeal of this palette is the peach scent. Once I opened my palette, the scent was undeniably strong but not overpowering that it throws me off. I do not like any of my beauty products to be scented unless it is a perfume or a hand cream, so I was surprised that I really love the sweet scent the shadows give off. Weirdly enough, I think of strawberries and the beach (ps, it smells nothing like it). 


I do not own the palette released from the first launch, so I cannot give any comparisons but I am sure there are a ton up on the internet! The palettes are filled with mostly warmer undertone shadows, with the exception of Talk Derby To Me. My favourite shade would have to be Caramelized, it is a metallic bronze shadow with a warm undertone. In addition, my perfect go-to shade for the crease is Puree mixed with a tiny bit of Summer Yum.


All of the shades were pretty pigmented, however some were quite powdery and a little patchy. Some of the slightly problematic shades are Bless Her Heart (not pigmented enough), Delectable (not pigmented enough, very chalky, difficult to blend), Georgia (not pigmented enough, difficult to build the intensity) and Talk Derby To Me (the sparkles do not translate well on to my eyelids). I've also tried and tested all shadows without a primer, and I think the shadows perform and also last longer with a primer. 

I have oily eye lids and these shadows lasted around 6 to 7 hours with a primer underneath, in my opinion it is pretty impressive. The longevity of these shadows are definitely comparable to Tarte's Tartelette in Bloom as well as Etude House's Personal Color Palettes. 

I will recommend this palette to anyone who wants more variety of color in their palettes, yet also able to create a really warm natural day-to-day eye look too. 

Thank you so much for reading and please leave me a comment about your views on this palette! 

xoxo, 
lynn 

2 comments

  1. I love this palette too! It is honestly so great as it contains beautiful warm shadows that I love xx

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  2. I love this palette! You have lovely photos!

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