Another Sweet Peach Tutorial

I know I already did a tutorial using this palette, but one day I was just playing with the colors and I came up with something I really liked, better than the first one I showed you. Also does anyone know what the deal is with this palette? Because I’ve gone on to the Sephora and Ulta websites and they aren’t even available online. I haven’t checked lately to see if they’re in stores. The only places I can find them are the Too Faced and HSN websites, but they’re sold out. I also found them on eBay and Amazon, but they are way overpriced. I just really hope they restock soon because I want you guys to have a chance to get it before it’s gone.

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Shades from left to right, top to bottom: White Peach, Luscious, Just Peachy, Bless Her heart, Tempting, Charmed, I’m Sure, Nectar, Cobbler, Candied Peach, Bellini, Peach Pit, Delectable, Peaches β€˜N Cream, Georgia, Caramelized, Puree, Summer Yum, and Talk Derby To Me.

First I primed my lids with the Too Faced Shadow Insurance Primer and then put scotch tape on the outer corner of my eye. Then I put the shade, White Peach on my brow bone with a fluffy blending brush, and Cobbler on my crease with a pencil crease brush.

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Next I blended out the crease with the shade Puree with a blending brush.

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Then to blend out the crease even more, and add a little peach into it, I blended it again with Georgia with that same brush.

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Then with a small flat shader brush, I put Nectar in the inner corner.

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Next with a slightly bigger flat shader brush, I put Luscious on the rest of the lid.

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Then the last eyeshadow I used was Peach Pit in the outer corner with an angled blending brush.

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For eyeliner, I tried using the Stila Smudge Stick Waterproof Eyeliner in the shade, Intense Black. And then for mascara, I used the Covergirl Plumpify Blastpro Mascara.

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This completes the look, I hope you enjoyed it. I really hope this palette becomes available more often because it’s a really great palette with beautiful shadows. Thanks for reading!

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