So as I said above, I got my Sweet Peach palette from Sephora.com. This palette has also been in stock on the Too Faced website, Ulta.com, HSN.com, and I believe Macys and/or Nordstrom.com (I couldn't find it currently listed, so I may be wrong). This palette is also in stores now at Ulta (I think Sephora, too, but again, not sure), but unless you live in the middle of nowhere, you're probably going to have better luck catching it online.
The Sweet Peach palette is Too Faced's limited edition large summer palette. It's based off of the Chocolate Bar line in design and food theme, but instead of chocolate, this palette smells like peaches. Initially, I was pretty put off by the idea of scented eye shadow; the Chocolate Bar palettes smell like chocolate because they use cocoa in the shadows, not an added fragrance, so to me those shadows aren't really 'scented', they just happen to smell like chocolate. The Sweet Peach palette, however, does have peach fruit extract in the shadows, but the scent comes from an added fragrance (which is actually higher up in the ingredients list than the peach extract!). I'm still not 100% on board with scented eye shadow, and if you do have sensitive skin, this may irritate it.
Too Faced learned their lesson after the initial release of the Chocolate Bar palette and printed the names of the shadows above the pans. I'm going to talk about each shade individually, going in vertical rows, from left to right. Also, all of these swatches are done on bare, unprimed skin.
Bellini is a shimmery dusty pinky peach. It has a hint of gold like Just Peachy, but it's a lot of subtle and it doesn't look like a duochrome. This is a good color, and I think it would actually work well with Bless Her Heart.
Out of all the mattes in this palette, I think Puree is my favorite. It's a warm, orangey brown, which is flattering on me and on trend right now. The formula was smooth and not chalky and the pigmentation was even. I know Too Faced can make good mattes, so I was kind of surprised to see that most of the mattes in this palette were a little lackluster (not this matte, though!).
Charmed, I'm Sure looks matte in the pan, but when swatched you can tell it's more of a satin. If I have to use a matte, I much prefer these type of satin finishes since they are easier to work with (and mattes can be very hit or miss). It looks a lot more grey in the pan, but it's a cool-toned, slightly ashy brown. Out of all the shadows in this palette (except maybe the last two), this one is probably the most cool-toned.
To be honest, I don't like any of these looks. They're super dark and smokey, and they don't feel summery, which what I thought this palette was supposed to be.
The biggest complaint people have about this palette is that there aren't enough peach colors. I don't think it needs more peach...but it needs something.
That being said, you can't deny the popularity of this palette since it keeps selling out so quickly (there are even some on eBay for $500. Please don't pay that much for this palette). It's not a bad palette; there are some unique colors and most of them perform well. But I don't think it's worth the frenzy that's surrounding it. If you want a really warm, orange/peach/brown neutral palette, and aren't worried about skin/eye irritation from the added fragrance, go ahead and give this one a try; but wait until the hype dies down and it becomes readily available.
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