Too Faced Peanut butter and jelly palette

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Too Faced Peanut butter and jelly palette
Peanut butter and jelly palette

3.0

1 review

0% would repurchase

Package Quality: 5.0

Price: $$$$

Package Quality: 5.0

Price: $$$$

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Age: 56 & Over

Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral

Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Green

I'm "nutty" for Too Faced shadows and palettes. The shadows aren't always even in color payoff or texture, yet, they work so well on the eye and often, there is a basic color that works out to be something you wouldn't pick on your own but it's the best lid color you could find. That was "Peanut Butter" in the original chocolate palette, so they developed this palette based on that warm, medium tan brown. As in most of the Too Faced smaller palettes, the colors are arranged across with a larger base color and then lid and crease. Spread the Love, (Pink cream) Bananas (beige shimmer) and Extra Creamy (off white) are all useful colors on their own for base or brown bone. Peanut Butter is rather like MAC's Soft Brown (a warm mid tan) and works either base or transition in crease. Then there are some violets and purples (Jammin' and Jelly) which are the problem children of this palette. If you've owned any Too Faced palettes, you are familiar with the color payoff (or lack thereof) for their darker shades. Jammin' is a dark plum that applies unevenly, Jelly is a "Vibrant Orchid" that is dry and difficult to apply as well. The rest of the shades work fine (frosty neutrals and Nuts about You, a more orangy matte shade that works in crease well.) And there is the scent of peanut butter (sorta.) The metal case makes it a good travel set and if the colors worked better, you could go a week with one palette but the purples are kind of a miss. Nevertheless, it's a fun palette. Maybe not a "must", but a "nice to own."

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