I wanted to put together a DIY Makeup Geek Peach Palette for you. I kept this to 9 colors. I think this is more peachy than the Too Faced Peach Palette (which yes, I did buy from Ulta and do plan to review, and I will also be reviewing the vegan dupe, the Silk Naturals Plenty of Peaches palette). What I love about this palette I put together is that it’s not limited edition and it’s easy to get your hands on.
Makeup Geek Peach Palette
PR + purchased by me.
Where to Buy
$6 each for most shades (.064 oz)
$10 for foiled shades (.064 oz)
All of these eyeshadows are swatched on Too Faced Shadow Insurance.
Pale beige base with peachy-pink shift. This really gives a nice glow to the lid and can work as a highlight shade. This would make a great wash of color for a subtle day.
Pale peachy pink matte. This is great for blending out a crease color. You could potentially use it as a base shade too.
Peach base with pink-violet shift, a good dupe for Urban Decay Fireball. This is a fabulous lid shade. It also makes a great wash of color.
Peachy coral matte. I would use this as a crease shade. It’s perfect for the smoky dome shape or a halo eye when paired with a duochrome like Mai Tai or I’m Peachless or Cosmopolitan. I really need to use this one in a look soon!
Metallic rose gold (a MAC Expensive Pink dupe). This is one of my favorite Makeup Geek colors. I love this color as a lid shade and it would be gorgeous in a halo look. I have layered it on top of Makeup Geek Mars to create a gorgeous red look.
In the Spotlight
Peach with coral undertones. This is a super fun, frosty shade. It’s good as the center of a halo eye or a lid shade. This is a foiled shade.
Juicy peachy pink with gold sparks in a satin finish. This shade just screams summer to me. It would be fun to pair with a teal. I think it would work well on the lid or in the crease.
Shimmery warm peachy beige. This is a good neutral lid shade or a great for a wash of color.
Soft brown with peach tones. This is a good neutral crease color.
This DIY 9 pan palette gives you:
- 3 Mattes – Sorbet, Tuscan Sun and Frappe
- 3 Duochromes – I’m Peachless, Mai Tai, Cosmopolitan
- 2 Shimmers – Cinderella, In the Spotlight
- 1 Satin – Mango Tango
Row 1 – Frappe – Mango Tango – Cosmopolitan – Mai Tai – I’m Peachless
Row 2 – Cinderella – In the Spotlight – Tuscan Sun – Sorbet
How I use these colors:
- Base Shade – Sorbet
- Highlight – I’m Peachless
- Crease / Hood – Frappe, Mango Tango, Tuscan Sun
- Lid – I’m Peachless, Mai Tai, Cosmopolitan, Cinderella, In the Spotlight
- Wash of Color – Cinderella, I’m Peachless, Mai Tai, Sorbet
If you’re looking for even more peach / orange shades, you could check out Beaches & Cream (light peachy beige matte, a dupe for MAC Bisque), Peach Smoothie (peachy beige matte, a dupe for MAC Samoa Silk), Creme Brulee (peachy brown matte, a dupe for MAC Arena), Rapunzel (metallic peachy champagne), Morocco (burnt orange matte, a dupe for MAC Red Brick), and Poppy (orange with subtle pink tones matte). (See more cruelty free MAC eyeshadow dupes).
If you really want to go all out with the peach theme, you could also look at some of the Makeup Geek pigments – Prism (white with golden pink iridescence), Wild Fire (reddish coral with gold shift), Birthday Wish (golden peach), and Hologram (orangey-pink with golden green shift).
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What do you think of my DIY Makeup Geek Peach Palette? What are your favorite peachy shades?
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