I’ve accumulated quite a bit of the TooFaced Peach Collection since it first launched in December of 2016.
Surprisingly, I didn’t initially pick up the first launch of the range which was the Sweet Peach Eyeshadow Palette.
I actually picked up this palette most recently and it’s freaking amazing. I’ve been using it so often. The shadows are pigmented but easy to blend and use, they work for a variety of looks like simple daytime and more extravagant smokey.
The only downside I’ve found with this palette is also something I happen to like about it, weird I know. It has a fragrance. Why the heck would you want something with scent near your eyes? No clue. But it’s adorably sweet and peachy and I actually like smelling it. It does make my eyes water a bit, but honestly, my eyes water with most eyeshadows. Something to keep in mind, I guess.
I also have the Just Peachy Mattes Palette that came out later on.
This palette is amazing as well. I don’t find it as versatile as the Sweet Peach Palette, but the quality is incredible. It has a similar scent as the other palette.
Here’s some photos of looks I’ve done with them.
The primer was pretty average to me. It did fill pores and felt nice but I just wouldn’t choose it over other things I have.
The foundation, on the other hand, is my holy grail of everyday foundations. It has medium-buildable coverage, doesn’t cling to dry patches or over-produce oil, and it just looks like skin. It’s fantastic. I definitely own other foundations but this is the one I reach for most often.
The bronzer has been working great for my skin tone this summer but it’s a bit dark for me during the rest of the year. I’m very fair so I’m sure this would look great if you’re fair-medium. I love that it has different tones mixed in. It gives a really lovely flush that looks surprisingly natural.
The finishing powder is alright, it does provide a slight blurring effect but because I’m so fair it can darken my foundation a bit which I don’t like. I’ll probably try to finish it but I wouldn’t repurchase. If you have a light-medium skin tone I imagine this would work just fine for you but it might appear dark on fair skin tones and possibly ashy on deeper ones, so just beware of that.
I hope this review gives you at least an overview of the collection. I was a bit hesitant to try it out but I’m generally pretty happy with the purchases and I’ll be able to make the products work for me, even if I wouldn’t repurchase some of them.
Have you, or will you, try out anything from this collection? Let me know which ones and what you think in the comment section!