When the Too Faced Sweet Peach eye shadow palette first came out, I stayed up late, but still didn’t click fast enough.
This time, they made it available in different stores on different dates and had a queue to order from the Too Faced website…
It was a long process, but I got one!
Can you believe I’m just now getting around to my Too Faced Sweet Peach palette review almost 6 months later?
Ha! Ah, well =)
The packaging features ombre peach, pink and orange designs and pink and gold lettering.
Not to mention, that peach’s little face is too cute.
What really got me to drop the dollas was the peach scent, of course. I knew it would be such a cool product to try and I was right.
The palette says “bulk made in USA, assembled in Dominican Republic”.
You get 18 eye shadows and each pan is .95 g for a total of 17.1 g of shadow. The price isn’t too bad when comparing it to other mid-range eyeshadow palettes.
The shades all have peach-related or southern belle names including Caramelized, Bless Her Heart and Talk Derby to Me.
Come on! That’s cute and clever =) I like when a brand puts thought into creative names.
I took a picture of the ingredients listed on the box. You can click the picture to enlarge it for your reading pleasure.
More shadow ingredients are above! ↑ There is fragrance in the shadows, but they also include Prunus Persica (Peach) fruit extract!
There’s that cute packaging! It’s a long, but pretty slim, metal case with a magnetic closure.
Ah, there she is. You’ve been so patient to see the inside…or did you just scroll down here fast? haha!
There’s a mirror surrounded by cardboard; some folks expected a nicer mirror, but I don’t mind this one.
I like the generous size and the weight doesn’t make the palette too heavy.
The gold text looks pretty to me, too.
Some of the shades feel drier while others feel more creamy or soft.
For example, Talk Derby to Me has red sparkles and needs a heavier hand to apply opaque.
It feels drier than Tempting, which picks up easily and lands super dark and opaque on the skin with one swipe, soft and almost creamy.
Candied Peach, Summer Yum and Delectable are the other similarly drier shades that need a heavier hand, in my opinion.
I definitely don’t mind and I don’t see that as a problem, especially when considering the quality and value of this palette overall.
The Too Faced Sweet Peach palette isn’t one I’d see professional makeup artists using on clients on an every day basis or for special occasions.
I’m not a professional makeup artist. I think this is a palette that appeals to. and will get a lot of love from, the average cosmetic consumer, like myself.
There are a variety of shimmers and matte shades that range from pale to dark.
They are all warm-toned which is right up my alley.
The peach scent is noticeable in the pan, but it fades when it hits your skin.
I’m sure every shade in this palette has a more affordable dupe; I just checked Temptalia’s post, you might ask her.
Too Faced Sweet Peach palette review | Overall Final Thoughts
If you’re a makeup collector, want something peach-scented, like the Too Faced brand, enjoy warm-toned shadows…I think this is a good palette for you! If you think you’ll be disappointed by the drier shades, don’t like scented makeup or want a heavy mirror, you might pass on this one.
Thanks for reading! Did you get this palette?