Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette Review Part 2: Southern Belle and Smouldering Peach Looks

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On Monday, I posted the first part of this blog, here, you’ll find two more looks that you can create using this deliciously scented peach palette from Too Faced. I think perhaps that Too Faced as a brand needs little introduction. They’re packaging is fun and feminine, and their products are divine, blend beautifully, and often scented with themed scents. This one smells like peaches.

I love these palettes that come with a range of colours like this, because you can do so many different things with them, from simple natural looks, to bold ones. The looks here are my attempts at the ones you’ll find in the guide provided with the palette, which are beautiful, and pretty easy to do at home. You can also adapt them if you like, using different colours in the palette.

Southern Belle

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Feline and dramatic, this look might take a little practice because dark eye shadow shades can be a little messy and mistakes show, but it’s well worth the effort.

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You sweep a light colour up to the brow bone, with a dark, almost black shade on the inner and outer eyelid, pressing a green shade into the centre, a shade called Bless Her Heart. That creates the drama. Blend it out with the chocolate brown shade. Here I let the eye be bold and large, because it looks good in photographs or for a night out (the room was over lit, sadly, I’m a bit washed out!)

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This is the same look, but with the dark shades kept closer to the lashline, rather than sweeping as much up and out. It still sizzles, but it’s more appropriate for daytime wear here.

Smouldering Peach

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And does this look ever smoulder… This look uses more shades than you’d think, but they blend nicely so it’s not that hard to achieve.

A light peachy shade called Nectar is blended up to the brow bone and in the inner corner. A bright peachy pink goes from the crease up, and then the lid takes two shades of colour, a Candied Peach shade on the inner half and a softer brown peach shade on the outer half. Delectable, which is a purple shade, is then blended through the outer corner and into the crease a little, so get that smouldering look .

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This look is quite dramatic, and yet can easily be a day or night look, and is quite easy to do. It reminds me a little bit of 80’s colourful eye shadow looks, but in a really good way, and I think it’s flattering for different skin tones.

So, what to you think? I know that a lot of you out there will probably already have this palette at home, and if you don’t I can recommend it to you. I find it’s versatile, and the scent is beautiful. It’s feels fun to use it, feminine, and you can create a range of looks with it. I love that it includes a guide as well, because sometimes it’s hard to know where to start when you have this many wonderful colours.

If you’d like to get your hands on this cute palette, click here: Too Faced Sweet Peach Eye Shadow Palette

If you liked this post though, I do recommend that you take a look at Monday’s post, which has a little bit more about the palette itself, and a different make up look, too. You might also like this post HERE, a look created using Illamasqua Eyeshadow Quad in Demise, which is another beautiful company that I love. You can also find me on Twitter @craven_wild or on Instagram @hermioneflavia.

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