3 Looks 1 Palette – Just Peachy Mattes Review!

Hey lovelies! I’m sure a lot of you will have seen my Too Faced Just Peachy Mattes first impressions post, if you haven’t you can check it out here. In that post I mentioned that I’d wanted this palette for months and was so excited when it was finally released in the UK, I treated myself to it on my last payday and I couldn’t wait to start playing around with it.

I won’t be including swatches in this post because I did them all in my last post that I’ve linked but a lot of people who commented said they couldn’t wait to see how it worked on my eyes so I’ve used it for the past 3 days to create 3 different looks to really test out how all of the shades perform!


Peach After Dark

The palette came with a little leaflet showing you 3 different looks you could create, I’ve done two of these and then created my own for the last one. The first look I did was ‘Peach After Dark’ as it included my favourite shade from the palette ‘Peach Sangria’.

  1. Apply ‘Just Peachy’ above your crease and blend.
  2. Apply ‘Peach Punch’ into your crease and blend into ‘Just Peachy’
  3. Apply ‘Peach Sangria’ onto your lid and blend into ‘Peach Punch’
  4. Apply ‘Peach Sangria’ to your lower lash line

This look was super easy to do and took less than 10 minutes overall and it looked beautiful I was really happy with how this turned out!


Peach Peach

This is the second look I created following the leaflet.

  1. Use ‘Peach Butter’ all over the lid and brow bone to set eye primer
  2. Apply ‘Peach Tea’ into the crease and blend up above your crease
  3. Apply ‘Just Ripe’ onto outer corner and blend onto lower lash line
  4. Apply ‘Peach Punch’ onto the rest of your lid and lower lash line

This look was another one which was super simple to create and I loved this one too!


My Look

The last look on the leaflet was a super natural look and I wanted to create something a bit brighter so decided to throw some shades together myself and see how it would turn out.

  1. Use ‘Peach Meringue’ all over the lid and brow bone to set eye primer
  2. Apply ‘Peach Tea’ above the crease and blend out
  3. Apply ‘Peach Cobbler’ into your crease and blend into ‘Peach Tea’
  4. Apply ‘Peach Tart’ on the outer corner and blend onto lower lash line
  5. Apply ‘Peach Sangria’ over the rest of the lid and apply to lower lash line



I think my favourite look I created with this palette is definitely the second one ‘Peach Peach’. I have to be honest though, considering this is a ‘high-end’ palette I was a little disappointed with the pigment of some of the shadows. I’ve never tried Too Faced before but I found the darker shadows like ‘Peach Sangria’ and ‘Peach Tart’ a lot harder to work with, you really had to build them up they weren’t as pigmented as I would expect for a £33 palette!

However, although the shadows aren’t as pigmented as I’d expect, the shades are really pretty and perfect for summer eyeshadow looks; they blend together seamlessly and they do last a long time (but that might be because of my eye primer too).

Do I wish I hadn’t purchased this palette? NO! I still really like it and I’ll definitely be using it again but I don’t think I’ll be purchasing any more Too Faced palettes in future, the pigment is so much better in brands such as Urban Decay and ABH for similar prices!

I hope you’ve enjoyed this post, if you like this kind of thing let me know so I can do more posts like this with different palettes!

Do you have anything from Too Faced? If you do what’s your favourite product and which look that I created do you like most? Let me know in the comments!



18 thoughts on “3 Looks 1 Palette – Just Peachy Mattes Review!

  1. Lovely review! i find that with too faced shades they arent as pigmented as you’d expect for the price but still gorgeous! Have you tried spraying setting spray on your brush before applying to the eyelid, i find that helps!


  2. I have the Chocolate Bar palette, and haven’t had issues with pigment – though I tend to stick to lighter shades so that might be why. It’s a shame that it takes such build up, given the price. The looks that you created are really pretty! 💛


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