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Too Faced White Peach Palette Review Swatches Demo

I'm sharing the cruelty-free Too Faced White Peach Palette with you. I did a demo with all of the eyeshadow colors so I could see how they blended and test their pigmentation. I've also got traditional swatches to go along with this review.

Too Faced White Peach Palette Review Swatches Demo

Today I’m sharing the cruelty-free Too Faced White Peach Palette with you. I did a demo with all of the cruelty-free eyeshadow colors so I could see how they blended and test their pigmentation. I’ve also got traditional swatches to go along with this review.

Where to Buy
Sephora

Too Faced White Peach Palette

Too Faced White Peach Palette Review Swatches Demo Too Faced White Peach Palette Review Swatches Demo

Too Faced White Peach Palette Review Swatches Demo

I like the Too Faced White Peach packaging. It’s very similar to the Just Peachy mattes palette. I bought this palette because I loved the Just Peachy mattes palette. See my Just Peachy mattes review.

Too Faced claims this is an ombré layout like the Just Peachy mattes but I don’t see it at all. Ombré typically means from light to dark and this isn’t in order.

Too Faced White Peach Palette Swatches

Too Faced White Peach Palette Swatches

Row 1 – Creme de la Peach, Peach Suede, Peach Passion, Peaches & Dreams, Glistening Peach, Peach Ice
Row 2 – On the Grill, Fuzzy, Sweet Fig, Peach Sorbet, Peach Smoothie, Peach Cream

I swatched the cruelty-free Too Faced White Peach palette on Urban Decay Primer Potion.

Cruelty Free Too Faced White Peach Palette Makeup Look

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Eyes
Colorescience Total Eye 3-in- 1 Renewal Therapy SPF 35 Primer (learn all about this primer here)
Milani Prep Set Go Setting Powder
Too Faced White Peach Palette
Physicians Formula Murumuru Butter Highlighter in Iridescent – highlight
Wunder2 Stay Put Essential Black pencil – upper waterline
Sigma Final Touch pencil
Smashbox Photo Finish Lash Primer
Urban Decay Perversion Mascara
Colour Pop Jet Set Black Brow Pencil

Face
Colorescience Total Eye 3-in- 1 Renewal Therapy SPF 35 Primer – under eyes
LASplash HD Foundation in Sesame
Laura Geller Balance-n-Brighten in Porcelain – nose
Physicians Formula Murumuru Butter Bronzer in Light – contour
Colour Pop Aphrodisiac – blush
Physicians Formula Murumuru Plum Rose Blush
Physicians Formula Murumuru Butter Highlighter in Iridescent – highlight
Tarte Stunner – blush topper
Pixi Makeup Fixing Mist

Lips
Physicians Formula Murumuru Butter Highlighter in Iridescent – highlight
Sugarpill Kim Chi

Nails
Pretty Serious Carina with crystal accents

I wanted to test the LASplash foundation in Sesame out one more time without adding white to it. It’s clearly too dark on its own for me. It needs white to make it a better match for my skintone. My face looks darker than my neck and chest, which I hate. Someone commented that Sesame was my ‘best match’ that they’d seen on my arm, even though I patiently explained that my arms are darker than my face, neck or chest from all the time I’ve spent in the sun with Nyx and Phaedra.

Too Faced White Peach Palette Video

Too Faced White Peach Palette Review

I'm sharing the cruelty-free Too Faced White Peach Palette with you. I did a demo with all of the eyeshadow colors so I could see how they blended and test their pigmentation. I've also got traditional swatches to go along with this review.

As you can see in the video, the Too Faced White Peach Palette really disappoints me. I like about 7 of the colors but dislike the other 5. I was surprised that Peach Passion applied nicely when wet. Glistening Peach and Creme de la Peach were terrible. I didn’t like Peach Ice or Peach Smoothie much either.  I was honestly shocked by how badly Glistening Peach performed compared to other brands with similar colors.

Peach Cream, Peach Sorbet, Sweet Fig, Fuzzy, On the Grill and Peach Suede did well. So did Peaches & Dreams. I expected these mattes to be nice.

While the White Peach Palette is a somewhat cool-toned palette, it does have a lot of warmer shades in it, in my opinion. It’s not 100% cool-toned. That may be a deal breaker for some people.

I do really like the Too Faced White Peach Palette packaging. It’s compact and sturdy.

Overall, I’m deeply disappointed in the Too Faced White Peach Palette and I’m going to return it. It’s just not for me. If all the colors performed as well as the Sweet Fig or On the Grill, I’d keep it.

What do you think of the Too Faced White Peach Palette?

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15 Comments

  • When I see the phrase “white peach” it made me hope this was more for fairer complexions. But some of those shades are too orange for fair like me. Oh well.

  • This is off topic, but do you plan on getting the Sugarpill x Little Twin Stars collection? If yes, would you do comparison swatches to similar colors they’ve already released? The teal looks like Kim Chi, the pink looks like Suburbia, the beige looks like Heart Shaped Cookie, and the brown looks like Pumpkin Spice. I’m worried the palette might be redundant to those who already have those colors!

    • I need to see swatches of it. I’m probably not buying it based on what I’ve seen so far. I agree with you it looks very similar to the colors you mentioned.

  • I haven’t been tempted by Too Faced at all in a long time and this review confirms it. I really appreciate how honest you are!

  • It’s so odd to hear that stores take makeup back. That has to be a total write-off since they can’t be re-sold. I believe this adds to the cost for everyone overall. The few items I’ve purchased and did not like, I’ve sold to that online makeup reseller. I know it was a loss, but I just can’t make myself return used items, even if I hate them. How does everyone else feel about this issue? Would love to hear your thoughts as well.

    • I used to never return things, just give them away to friends. Now I return them when I can because I hate wasting money.

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