Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette: Romantic Makeup Look & Review

 

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Everyone’s talking about the Too Faced Sweet Peach palette. I got my hands on this palette awhile ago and I wanted to get the chance to really use it so I can give a true review of what I thought of it, as well as show you one of my go-to looks using this palette.

By now it’s probably obvious that I love soft, rosy eye looks and this palette has a lot of lighter peachy and pink shades, as well as more rustic and golden colors. I absolutely love the shades ‘Nectar’, ‘Luscious’, and ‘Summer Yum’, but I was disappointed with the pigmentation of many of them when applied to the eyes even though they swatched beautifully when you touched them. On top of that, I felt that the darker shades all looked very similar when applied to the eyes and they were harder to blend, so I definitely recommend applying very little at a time and working it in.

Despite the drawbacks, the Sweet Peach palette has some really pretty colors that are perfect for the spring and summer. I’ve been wearing this eye look a lot recently and I’ve gotten many compliments on it.

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Inner corner: Peaches ‘N Cream.  Lid: Luscious & Just Peachy.  Crease: Puree.  Outer corner: Summer Yum.

 

I hope you enjoyed! Let me know if you guys have tried the peach palette and what you thought of it.

xx

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