Too Faced Peanut butter and jelly palette

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


6 reviews

66% would repurchase

Package Quality: 4.0

Price: $$$

Package Quality: 4.0

Price: $$$


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on 10/18/2017 10:43:00 PM

Age: 44-55

Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Neutral

Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium

Eyes: Brown

This is a pretty good palette for the size, and price. ..Of course I love the smell, and the compact packaging too. There's a good mix of mattes, earth tones, some shimmer/frosty shades, and a purple that I don't use often, but it's pretty. Definitely recommend.

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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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on 6/26/2016 3:41:00 AM

Age: 30-35

Skin: Combination, Fair, Warm

Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Green

I wanted to give this 10 lippies. Yes it is *that* good.

This is my magical HG perfect palette where every shade is highly pigmented, lasts all day long, blends beautifully and looks AMAZING. The yummy scent is a bonus, as is the adorable packaging. Those shades though - oh my freaking goodness they are spectacular!

If you can get your hands on this palette you will be super glad you did!

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on 5/13/2016 12:24:00 AM

Age: 36-43

Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral

Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Fine

Eyes: Green

I like this palette for the novelty of it and because I am somewhat of a makeup collector. The quality of the shadows is very good, they are smooth, pigmented, and blend really well. There are 3 matte shades and the rest are shimmery. It is a very warm palette, and does not offer a variety of colors.

The Extra Creamy shade is one of my favorite brow bone colors EVER.

There is a limited amount of looks you can get with this palette. It's definitely not for every day. There is nothing basic about it.

Bottom line - Is it fun? Yes. Is it good quality? Yes. Can you get some unusual and fun looks with it? Yes. Is it a must-have? No.

3 of 3 people found this helpful.

Age: 19-24

Skin: Oily, Fair, Warm

Hair: Red, Wavy, Coarse

Eyes: Green

Right off the bat, the packaging is undeniably adorable, but to get down to brass tax, the shadows are the most important part of this palette, whether for the good or the somewhat bad. The majority of the palette consists of warm shades, which could scream trouble for those with cool skin tones, while the darkest color in the palette, "Jammin'", is a slightly dry shimmery shade and isn't the purple I expected it to be. On a much brighter note, the rest of the palette is fantastic, because the shadows are buttery, smooth, and apply like a dream with minimal fallout. The stand out shades for me were "Peanut Butter"; a matte medium orange with a brown undertone, "Nuts About U"; a matte brown with a red undertone, and "Bananas"; a soft gold with fine shimmer particles. To be fair, there wasn't a dud in the palette, just some better than others, but all of the shades have a nice peanut butter scent which isn't too overwhelming but undeniably there, so if you don't like scented products you might want to avoid this one. Overall, I enjoy this product and will continue to use it when I want to create a warm eye look, and I strongly recommend it to anyone interested in the shades and textures, but stay away if you don't use warm eyeshadows or hate peanut butter, but then again why would anyone hate peanut butter? Nevertheless, it's a great palette from a great brand.

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Age: 18 & Under

Skin: Very Dry, Fair, Warm

Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium

Eyes: Hazel

For reference, I have hazel eyes, and adore warm eyeshadows. If you don't like very warm shades, don't even consider this palette.

FORMULA AND PACKAGING; the eyeshadows are buttery and go on smoothly and nicely, and have good staying power, matte shades included. It's also worth noting that the smaller six eyeshadows are rather small. The packaging is essentially a tin, but feels like a sturdy one, that wouldn't dent. One thing that slightly annoys me is that it's got a magnetic close. Also, the eyeshadows have a rather potent, sweet scent.

COLOUR RANGE; I don't really have much to say here, I'd advise that you look at the colours yourself and see if you like them. Personally, I do; they're very warm shades, but I'd also add that they're probably more wearable than you'd think. There's only two colours out of nine that could be considered 'extreme' (Jelly and Nuts About U). The latter can be played down by blending it with other colours, Jelly just is what it is, I suppose.

My only big critique of this palette is that there isn't a suitable crease colour. Jammin' is a dark brown colour, but it has glitter, not shimmer, in it; I wouldn't consider using that for my crease. Therefore, I wouldn't be able to only take this palette for travel, which is a pity as it's quite compact.

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