Ah, the Too Faced Sweet Peach palette. Back when this beauty was first released, everyone was flipping out. I heard nothing but positive things about the Sweet Peach palette. So, when I had the money, I figured I would go ahead and get my hands on it.
In my personal opinion, this palette isn’t truly worth the hype. Don’t get me wrong, it is a nice palette. But, it was like whenever I got on social media, everyone was swearing their souls on how amazing the Sweet Peach palette was.
Here’s a close up of the palette. For $50, I feel like the names of the shades should have been a lot easier to read. I do like the feel of the palette; the texture of the front of the palette is cool because of the peaches. I also like how easy it is to open!
Here are the swatches from the Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette.
As you can see, the shades aren’t jam packed with pigment. There are some shades that I do love; pretty much all of the light, neutral shades are ones that I have absolutely fallen in love with and use whenever I use this palette. The shade ‘Bellini’ is my favorite shade. It’s pink with gold undertones to it and it’s absolutely gorgeous!
However, as you can see, ‘Charmed, I’m Sure’ and ‘Tempting’ don’t have amazing pigment. I’m more disappointed with Tempting than I am Charmed, I’m sure. When I end up using the darker shades, I have to use more of the shadows in order to get consistent coverage with the color.
When I first opened up this palette, I got a whiff of peach. Ever since I opened it up, all I can smell is baby powder. This made me super sad, because I always hear people raving about the smell of Too Faced palettes.
- Gorgeous neutral shades
- Not a lot of fall out
- Has a good combo of matte and shimmer shades
- Doesn’t smell like peaches
- Darker shades don’t have color payoff
- Doesn’t come with it’s own brush
I’m giving this palette a 6.5/10. There are only three or four shades in this palette that I’m 100% in love with. The rest of the shades are just okay; if this palette had better color payoff, I would be a lot happier.
What’s your opinions on this palette? What are some pros and cons you think it has?