Just when you thought Too Faced couldn’t find any more items to add to their mega-popular Peach lines, they recently introduced a new beauty to the family, the White Peach eyeshadow palette.
Now I don’t think I have ever seen an actual white peach, but anything peach-related that the brand comes out with, I know I’m going to love (seriously though, what’s next?). I have some items from the original Sweet Peach collection and a few items from the Peaches & Cream collection, so I couldn’t wait to get my hands on the newest baby to the family. The White Peach Essentials Eye Shadow Palette is infused with the same peach and sweet fig cream scent as the Peaches & Cream collection (which is also known to be packed with vitamins and antioxidants), and features 12 shadows in an assortment of mattes, shimmers, and glitters.
Since this is peach-themed, the majority of the shades in here are some variation of pinks, peaches, and purples. The idea behind this palette in general is that it can be used everyday. There are blendable mattes, stunning shimmers, and glitters. The shades are inspired by the colours of a white peach, and I have to say that this palette is a stunner.
Retailing for $55 and available in Sephora stores as of February 2, 2018, the price is reasonable for a high-quality palette. I found all the majority of the shades to offer great pigmentation, aside from Peach Ice, the glittery champagne, which is such a shame since it’s beautiful and has the potential to be show-stopping on the lids. Similar to the Glitter Bomb palette, the glitters in here don’t really offer much pigmentation at all and are quite flaky in texture. Adding a setting spray to your brush before dipping it in the shadow helps a little, but I just wish the glitters worked better.
Like most Too Faced palettes, this palette also comes with a How-To Glamour Guide, which gives you a variety of looks to try in case you are completely lost on how to use this palette. I don’t usually pay attention to these, but for this post, I chose to try one of their looks out, Bottomless Bellinis, a pinky-peachy look appropriate for daytime…
- Apply Peach Cream from crease to brow.
- Week Peach Suede into crease and blend into outer corner of lid.
- Press Creme De La Peach onto lid and blend outward.
- Dab Peach Ice into inner corner of eye.
Since this look is very light, I added a bit of Sweet Fig into the crease (the matte taupe) and a little bit of that shade on the lower lash line as well to smoke it out.
Looks peachy, right? Overall I would say this is a great daytime palette, there are some colours in here to smoke it out for nighttime, but it’s a great palette to have in your collection since the colours are just so flattering and blendable. You can create a variety of looks with this one.
Pigmentation aside, I actually really love the packaging on this. The palette isn’t too big, so it’s totally perfect for travel. It also have a large mirror inside it, making it perfect to apply on the go.
So how does this compare to the other Peach palettes? I don’t have the Peaches and Cream one, but I do find that the original Sweet Peach has a little more to offer in it in terms of shade range. Keep in mind though that that palette is larger, so there’s ore real estate to add more shades. It would be nicer to have a couple shades in here for the crease, but the shade range isn’t too bad. It’s the perfect palette for summer.
Will you be picking up the Too Faced White Peach palette?
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