Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette Review

Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette

It’s sold out all over America and not officially out in the UK yet I’ve managed to get hold of the new Limited Edition Too Faced Palette Sweet Peach palette. And I have to say it smells GREAT!


I’ve seen countless reviews commenting on the beauty of this palette and even more information where the palette is sold out and in the case of the official Too Faced website will not be restocked! So why has everyone gone bananas or should I say Peaches* for this palette.

The visual. Its really pretty to look at the ombre orange to coral, to pink, to peach shading. The packaging is that of previous Too Faced palettes with an on outer metal tin making it great for travel. When opening there is a fair sized mirror and a great selection of shades including both matte and shimmer finishes.

The sent. Not something you would normally write about an eye shadow but this palette smells amazing! Sweet peaches as the name suggests and ever so slightly addictive.


Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette


The shades include……

  • White Peach
  • Luscious
  • Just Peachy
  • Bless Her Heart
  • Tempting
  • Charmed I’m Sure
  • Nectar
  • Cobbler
  • Candied Peach
  • Bellini
  • Peach Pit
  • Delectable
  • Peaches ‘n Cream
  • Georgia
  • Caramelized
  • Puree
  • Summer Yum
  • Talk Derby To Me

The Texture. I’ve not used Too Faced eyeshadows in years, I had a wonderful set my husband brought me before we were married for my birthday. It was also a music box and the quality was amazing, I can see this quality has remained consistant. Deeply pigmented yet very bendable powders. The peach theme runs throughout this palette and all the shades look great with my green eyes.

The palette leans on warmer tones and each and every shade work effortlessly together to create a multitude of looks. Nectar and Candied Peach are my initial favourites. But I’m pretty sure with this selection my loyalty will not be very certain.

The palette will be released on the Debenham’s website on the 1st of May but there are regular updates on their Facebook page with much of the conversation revolving around this stunning palette.

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