Too Faced White Peach Palette Review and Swatches!

Hi Friends!

Today I wanted to share with you my review of the White Peach palette from Too Faced! If you read my Sephora Haul then you would know that I picked this palette up as soon as it launched. This palette has been getting a lot of backlash lately, it is currently sitting around 3 1/2 stars on Sephora right now. People are saying that there isn’t any pigment and it doesn’t show up on certain skin tones so I wanted to share with you all my thoughts on this palette.

This is the sister palette to the Just Peachy velvet matte palette which was released back in the summer of 2017. The Just Peachy palette was praised when it was released and it currently has a 4 1/2 star rating on Sephora. It is a shame that people are not as receptive to the White Peach palette.

Let’s talk about the packaging. Too Faced knows how to package. The outside of the palette is absolutely beautiful. I love the ombre between the soft purple and white. The cursive on the front of the palette is very chic as well. Even the clasps are little silver peaches. It is just so beautiful. I LOVE the size of this palette and the big mirror on the inside – it is the perfect!

Too Faced White Peach Palette Packaging

Some people don’t like the smell of the palette, but I think it smells delicious!

This palette comes with 12 shades, same as the Just Peachy palette but this one is a lot more cool toned.

In the first row there is:

1. Peach Cream -this is just a simple cream shade
2. Peach Suede -this is like the true color of a peach, almost orange but deeper.
3. Peaches & Dreams -this is a yellow goldish color with soft glitter
4. Crème de la Peach -this is like an orange-y glitter shade.Too Faced White Peach Palette Swatches Row 1

In the second row there is:

5. Peach Sorbet -this is a beautiful peachy transition shade with a little more tan than Peach Suede
6. Glistening Peach -this is a beautiful shimmery pink color
7. Peach Smoothie -this is a very soft, girly pink
8. Sweet Fig -this is like a mauve-y purple color

Too Faced White Peach Palette Swatches Row 2

In the third row there is:

9. Peach Ice -this is a stark white glitter
10. Fuzzy -this is a beautiful tan / brown shade
11. On the Grill -this is a deep dark brown / black shade
12. Peach Passion -this is a beautiful dark purple color with glitter

Too Faced White Peach Palette Swatches Row 3

I feel like the shade range is amazing. There is so much that you can do with this palette and come up with completely different looks and vibes. I love that they included a simple cream shade. That is something that, in my opinion, is essential to any palette. I love using a shade like this to set my eye lid, from my lash line to my eyebrow bone.

My favorite shades in this palette are Peach Passion, Fuzzy, Peach Suede, and Sweet Fig. Those four shades are just absolutely beautiful.

Too Faced White Peach Palette Swatches

Ultimately, I feel like this palette is very versatile. I haven’t had any issues with pigment or quality so far. I have really been loving using this – it is very wearable on an everyday basis. It can go very neutral and work appropriate to dramatic and night out on the town appropriate.

I wanted to share with you this dramatic look that I put together. I, of course, started with Peach Cream to set my eye lip and then took Peach Sorbet to add a transition although you can’t really see it in the final look. I then mixed Sweet Fig and On the Grill to shape the outer half of my eye lid. I didn’t want to go too dark with just On the Grill so that’s why I mixed in Sweet Fig. I then pressed Peach Passion on the inner half of my eye lid. For the lower lash line, I just swept Sweet Fig across the entire lash line. And that is the entire look!

This palette is $45 but it is absolutely worth it! I have really been enjoying this palette and I am really glad it is in my collection!

Do you have this palette? What are your thoughts on it? I would love to know!!

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