FIRST IMPRESSIONS: TOO FACED SWEET PEACH EYE SHADOW PALETTE – SWATCHES, COLLECTION PRICES & RELEASE DATE

This gorgeous Too Faced Sweet Peach Eyeshadow Palette just landed on my doorstep and I couldn’t resist giving you all a first impressions/sneak peek at the palette! In this post, I’ll also be including all the important information you need before you make your purchases from the full Too Faced Sweet Peach Collection!

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The collection launches on Jan 31st at MECCA Maxima and MECCA online. The Sweet Peach Eyeshadow Palette will be $70, the Sweet Peach Glow Palette is $61, the Papa Don’t Peach Blush will retail for $44, while the Sweet Peach Creamy Peach Oil Lip Glosses will be $27.

However, for those living in Victoria, you’ll be able to get your hands on the collection during a special global pre-release event at the MECCA Highpoint store on JAN 7th. For all the details, click here.

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As you can imagine, the palette smells beautifully of peaches! The scent isn’t overpowering, instead, it’s a soft, subtle sweet peach scent. Coming in an ombre peach coloured tin, embossed with peaches, the palette features 18 eyeshadow shades described as  being ‘peachy pinks, corals, bronzes, and pops of purple’.

The palette has some truly matte shades, a matte infused with a micro glitter (‘Candied Peach’), with the rest having a shimmery finish. Whilst the palette may look quite neutral, it has some gorgeous pops of colour that both easy to wear and can take you from day to night.

As with all eyeshadow palettes, there is a variation in texture and pigmentation amongst the shades but overall, I think this palette performs really well.

Based on first impressions and a quick swatch, the slightly disappointing shades are darker shadows, including the last shade in each of the 3 rows as they didn’t have as smooth of a texture as the others, delivering less pigmentation. As usual, my swatches are made on bare, unprimed skin to produce the most natural finish but over an eyeshadow primer, I can see the shades really improving pigmentation wise.

Overall, the shades are buttery smooth and pigmented. My favourite shades include Luscious, Just Peachy and Bellini  (pink/gold duochromes) and Bless Her Heart (the latter 3 are shades very different to anything I own). Pictures don’t do the shades justice so I’ve included my Instagram story video below to show you how amazing the shades look.


 

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