Just Peachy Mattes Palette Overview
Too Faced just released their NEW Peaches and Cream Collection. It’s beautiful! You can see my video review below. I wanted to supplement it with swatches of the Peaches and cream matte palette to help you decide if you need this warm Just Peachy matte palette in your eyeshadow palette collection. As a woman over 40, I think it’s a lovely addition to my makeup collection. I’ve included swatches below I hope you find helpful.
Overall, I think this Peaches and Cream matte palette itself is lovely and has a nice variety of warm shades. I’m impressed with the quality and the blendability of the Just Peachy Mattes palette.
I thought it would be a good idea to see what shades in other palettes the Just Peachy Mattes shades would be slightly similar to or coordinate with really well. Dislaimer: I don’t have every single Too Faced Palette. But this may help some of you that have the palettes I have. I’ll be swatching and talking about Sweet Peach, Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar, and Natural Eyes. I’ll also mention some shades in the Natural Mattes palette because I have it here but am keeping it unblemished for a giveaway.
If this helps some of you decide whether or not Just Peachy Mattes is worth the splurge or not, this was worth it! First I’ll show you the swatches themselves…
My local Sephora had most of the new Too Faced Peaches and Cream Collection. I was able to get some swatches together for you so I could review and give my thoughts on what I could get my hands on. Unfortunately, they only had four of the most unflattering lipstick shades for me. I love the packaging but hated the shades. So those will have to wait.
Peach Meringue is a light matte creamy shade that I find easily dupable across palettes. On the eye, one wouldn’t be able to discern much of a difference in an eye look. The top two are the most similar, while Coconut Creme at the bottom is slightly whiter and has a slight sheen to it.
Peach Tart is a beautiful warm brown. I didn’t find a true Peach Tart dupe among my palettes, but swatched shades that were similar in intensity to show you those among the palettes. The most similar among the shades was Truffled in Sweet Peach, but both Sweet Peach shades were slightly cooler than Peach Tart
Just Peachy is a gorgeous shade and again, seems to be undupable among the palettes I own. I feel like this is the shade I was looking for in the original Sweet Peach Palette and I finally got it in Just Peachy Mattes! It’s not too soft, not too bright. It’s the Goldilocks of flattering peachy shadows! Candied Peach is much brighter, Georgia is much softer and lighter. Just Peachy in Sweet Peach isn’t even close to the same shade!
Just Ripe • Peach Punch • Peach Sangria
I grouped these by intensity and coordinating shades. I started playing around with other Sweet Peach shades and threw in a bit of lagniappe! Though Peach Sangria looks deeper in the pan, it just doesn’t have the color payoff it appears to have. This is the one shade I was disappointed with out of the entire palette. Maybe it’s just my palette, but I find that Peach Sangria is really sheer and has quite a bit of kickup. It took quite a bit of swiping for me to get this swatch. Ca
Candied Peach is the closest to Just Ripe, though less intense and bright. Peach Pit and Delectable have more purple tone to them and much more color payoff than Peach Sangria (which is more wine/plum in tone as the name implies). I just threw Bellini and Just Peachy from Semi Sweet in for fun because they play off these shades so well!
Peach Cobbler • Peach Tea • Fresh Picked
I don’t feel like any of these are truly similar but you may be able to create a similar look using Peanut Butter and Peach Cobbler. I do love the warmth of both Peach Cobbler and Peach Tea and the mix of the peachy brown tones in Fresh Picked.
Peaches & Cream • Peach Butter
Oddly enough, Peach Butter and Peaches and Cream from Sweet Peach are very similar. But Peaches and Cream isn’t similar to Peaches and Cream from Sweet Peach. Though, light enough for lid, transition or washes of color, these are all a tad bit different.
I’ve really been enjoying Just Peachy Mattes and the new Peaches and Cream collection overall. This palette is a Sephora exclusive that retails for $45 USD and can be found at Sephora.com and on TooFaced.com. You can see my thoughts on the pieces I purchased from the Too Faced Peaches and Cream collection in my video review here: