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Friday 27 May 2016

Two Faced Peach Palette Review

In Today's post I'm going to review the new Two faced peach palette. I've never tried any products from Two faced before so I was super excited to get my hands on this product and give it a try!

Price: I purchased this palette for £39 which as being a student I found to be quite pricey, but after using it for a couple weeks I can totally justify spending the money as the eyeshadows are really pigmented and they blend really well.
Packaging: I absolutely love the packaging of this palette! The colours are amazing and the palette easily fits into my makeup bag. It has a fairly decent sized mirror making it good for traveling, with a snazzy magnetic lid to close it.
Pigmentation: The palette comes with 18 eye shadow shades- all of which smell of sweet peaches which you can smell immediately as you open up the palette. I'm not a huge fan of the smell as it's quite intense, but its worth it for the amazing pigmentation of the shadows. The colours appear true to colour and they blend amazing, making applying eye shadow really easy whether you're doing an everyday look in a rush or a dramatic Smokey eye for an evening out.

(Swatches- left to right of palette)     

My favourite eye shadows from this palette would be Luscious (a pretty shimmery pink- easy to wash over the eye when in a rush), Bellini (a more intense pink shade with gold shimmer), Caramelized (a nude brown with glitter, easy to blend in the crease of the eye to create a smoky eye) and White peach (an amazing white that's perfect for using as a base colour all over the lid). I would have expected more pinky toned shades in this palette considering it was peach inspired- but having said that, I would happily use every shade in the palette as they are easy to wear and worth the investment. My only wish it that they would have put a shimmery highlight shade that you could use on the brow bone so that you would have all the colours you need to create a full eye look.

I have used this eye shadow every single day this week and have created so many eye looks with it. In the picture above I used White peach as a base colour all over my lid, with Puree, Summer Yum and Caramelised blended into the crease. In the very outer corners of my eye I added the shade Peach pit to intensify the colour and then the colour Luscious in my inner tear ducts to brighten the eye. 

Overall I would recommend this palette as the pigmentation and quality of the eye shadows are amazing. Two Faced eye shadows are defiantly worth the hype, and despite the slightly heavy price tag, I think its a must in anyone's makeup collection.

Hope you enjoyed my review, new blog posts coming soon!

Isabel xx



  1. I have been lusting over this palette for so long! Love the look you did in the last picture :) thanks for the follow, following back :)

    lots of love, Jane

    1. Thank you so much! Glad you enjoyed my post, your blog looks amazing Jane (:


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