When a new palette comes out, I find that you see a ton of looks that feature the popular shades. What about the colours that are lesser used? You know what I’m talking about… that bright blue in that palette you have, when are you ever going to use it? That’s why when I got the Sweet Peach palette from Too Faced, I told myself I was going to go out of the norm of those pretty peach shades and use the greens and purples. I created a look that featured some neutral shades as I was going to an event and created this gorgeous Sweet Peach nighttime look.
I had played around with the sweet peach palette before, but I wanted to create a really sultry, Sweet Peach nighttime look with the palette. The verdict? It’s doable! I only wore a few shades since I was wearing lashes and didn’t want to take away from that fact. The rest of my face was pretty natural and I just wanted a bold cat eye with a bit of colour on the lids. I also wore the KISS Blooming lashes again since they’re so natural! Overall, I love the look that I came up with and I got a ton of compliments on my eyes as well!
Working on the lighting in my apartment! Didn’t realize how orange I turned out… 😥
Too Faced Sweet Peach Nighttime Look
- Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette* (review)
- Bless Her Heart all over lid
- Luscious in crease
- Tempting in outer-v (tiny amount!)
- Puree on the brow bone
- L’Oreal Paris 12 hr infallible The Super Slim liquid eyeliner in Black
- Yves Saint Laurent Waterproof eye pencil in 1
- DUO Brush-on adhesive with vitamins
- Benefit they’re Real! mascara in Black
- KISS Blooming lash in Tulip* (review)
- Benefit Goof Proof Brow Pencil in 5
- Benefit Gimme Brow in 3
- Primer: Neutrogena shine control primer
- Foundation: Estee Lauder Double Wear liquid foundation in Tawny
- Powder: Maybelline Dream Matte powder in Sand Medium 0-1
- Bronzer: NYC Smooth Skin Bronzing Powder in Sunny
- Blush: Physicians Formula Happy Booster blush in Rose
- BITE The Lip Pencil in 020 (swatch)
- Rimmel London Lasting Finish Lipstick in 077 Asia
Items disclosed with an asterisk (*) are PR samples.