Woah, Too Faced dropped ANOTHER collection! I feel like they have been releasing new products left and right and to be honest, I am ecstatic (although, RIP my wallet). I am excited to get my hands on at least one product in this collection and, hopefully, review it for you all! But today, I want to break down what is in this new “Peaches and Cream” collection. This collection has been made to be hydrating to the skin and each product contains antioxidant-rich benefits that will moisturize skin while keeping it matte. Oh, and did I mention, every product in this collection smells like peaches and cream. Yum!
This collection is exclusive to Sephora.com and you can see an overview of the whole collection here.
Primed & Peachy Cooling Matte Perfecting Primer ($32.00): Yay, a mattifying primer! Just what the oily girls out there need. I have dry-normal skin, so I don’t think I will be picking this particular primer up. This primer keeps your makeup on for 16-hours and keeps you shine free for 12-hours. Not only does it have long-lasting power, it also claims to blur, smooth, and brighten the complexion. So, if you have larger pores, or like your skin to look super smooth, I would also recommend checking this product out. This primer is a silicon primer, so if you prefer not to have this ingredient in your primers, I would tray away. Overall, if you have oily skin, I would definitely go to your local Sephora and grab a sample to see if this works for you!
Peach Perfect Comfort Matte Foundation ($36.00): Too Faced has released a new foundation in this line which is advertised to be matte, long-lasting (up to 14 hours), and medium coverage. It also claims to be transfer-resistant, oil-controlling, and never cakey (a big claim). This foundation range consists of 12 colors. From looking at the swatches online, the fairest tone looks like it has an extremely pink undertone whereas the darkest color isn’t really dark at all. I do wish that they came out with a larger color range to suit all different skin tones. I hope that this product has at least 1 fluid oz. (standard size for foundations) but unfortunately, there is no size listed on the website as I am writing this post.
Peach Perfect Mattifying Setting Powder ($32.00): This peach-tinted, lightweight, and mattifying formula claims to set your makeup and last for up to 14-hours. Wow! They also say that this powder is great for under-eye baking. I would like to see someone baking with this power, because usually, we use yellow-undertone or translucent powders to bake the face. I am interested to see how this peach-tinted powder helps with keeping the under-eyes crease free and brightened.
Peach Blur Translucent Smooth Finishing Powder ($30.00): I love finishing powders. The right one can blur all the fine lines on your face and make your skin look pristine. This finishing powder claims to blur imperfections and visibly brightens skin. My only worry is that this product claims to be translucent but is marketed as a peach-colored powder. I won’t believe that it is truly translucent until I see a swatch!haha. Other than that, the packaging looks super cute and sleek and I hope that it lives up to it’s claims! I am definitely going to check this product out.
Sweetie Pie Radiant Matte Bronzer ($30.00): Okay, but have you ever seen a bronzer that is criss-crossed like a pie? So cute! But on the real, the first thing that I noticed about this bronzer and did not like was that it is marketed as matte, but looks shimmery in the photo. I am also confused as to why it is marketed only as a bronzer, yet it has elements of blush and highlight within the product. I am a bit skeptical of this product and how the three colors can blend together to create a matte bronzer… I’m going to have to try this and see the results for myself!
Bronzed Peach Melting Powder Bronzer ($30.00): In contrast to the “Sweetie Pie Radiant Matte Bronzer,” this bronzer has a completely matte finish with a cream-to-powder formula. Since this is a cream-to-powder formula, you can build up the color nicely on the face. There is only one color of this bronzer available, called “Toasted Peach.” From the looks of the photo online, this bronzer looks too dark for lighter skin tones and is pulling on the warm-side. I would love to see how this bronzer looks on deeper skin tones and how the undertone comes out. Personally, I don’t think I am going to pick up this product.
Peach My Cheeks Melting Powder Blush ($30.00): Ooh, this blush looks so smooth and pretty! Not to mention, the packaging. The white casing makes the product look so cute, simple, and sweet. Just like many other products in this collection, this blush line (consisting of six different colors) also has a matte finish. This is a cream-to-powder blush that can be used on both the face and lips. I’m curious to see how the finish looks on the lips since this is a cream-to-powder finish. Additionally, since this is a cream blush, I have high hopes that this can blend out well and that you can build up the color nicely. I definitely want to check this one out for myself!
Peach Frost Melting Powder Highlighter ($30.00): I have never been the biggest fan of Too Faced highlighters. This could be because I like stronger highlighters and the ones that I’ve tried from Too Faced, specifically the “Prismatic” highlighters, have been more subtle and don’t have as much color pay-off. I am a bit hesitant about this highlighter because it looks fairly mute (but if you like that look, this highlighter may be for you!). Additionally, the title says it is a “powder highlighter,” but the formula, just like the blush, is a cream-to-powder finish. Note: there is only one shade of this highlighter available – a champagne color.
Peach Mist Mattifying Setting Spray ($32.00): I LOVE SETTING SPRAYS! I am saying this with a passion, I truly love setting sprays. My look never feels complete without misting down my face and setting everything in. My go-to setting spray is the Urban Decay “All Nighter,” which is the same size (4 oz.) and price as this one! If this one works out, I may have to replace my UD one. This setting spray claims to last up to 16 hours and reduce shine for 12 hours. I would love to see a side-by-side review comparing this one to the UD setting spray since they have similar claims! Additionally, I hope that the mister is good quality and doesn’t spit at my face. No matter how good the setting spray is, if it spits at my face, I can’t work with it!
Just Peachy Velvet Matte Eyeshadow Palette ($45.00): This is the new palette that has released in the “Peaches and Cream” collection and I gotta say, it is gorgeous! I am a sucker for warm-toned palettes, so this one is right up my alley. This 12-shade palette looks like a good every day palette, that is, if you are into warm and pink-y shades. One thing to note is that this palette is completely matte. If you need a shimmer shade in your palette to highlight that inner corner or brow bone, this one won’t deliver that for you. I’m curious to see how the mattes perform because they are harder to formulate than shimmers and can become patchy. Additionally, someone mentioned in the reviews that this palette looks like a dupe for the Anastasia Beverly Hills “Modern Renaissance” palette. Hmm… I can see where he’s coming from.
Peach Kiss Moisture Matte Long Wear Lipstick ($21.00): First things first, the packaging of this lipstick is stunning. I have read several places that this is a packaging dupe for Pat McGrath’s “MatteTrance Lipstick,” but regardless, both are cute and are different on the inside. This lipstick formula claims to apply opaque in one-swipe, lasts 8-hours, and has a matte finish that isn’t drying! I don’t know about you, but I am always on the lookout for a non-drying matte lipstick. Many colors (about half of the line) are not available yet, which is a major downside of this product so far.
Looking at the collection makes me so excited. Especially because I love peaches and everything smells like peaches and cream! After breaking down each product and what they claim to do, the products I would consider purchasing are: the primer, the blush, the setting spray, and the lipstick.
I hope to do more research (patiently waits for all the YouTube videos to come out haha) into this collection to finally figure out what I want to purchase and try out for myself.
What do you think of this collection? What would you purchase from this collection?
Again, his collection is exclusive to Sephora.com and you can shop the whole collection here.