Friday, 22 April 2016

Makeup tutorial using Too Faced Sweet Peach palette

Even though the Too Faced Sweet Peach (review) palette didn't impressed me as much as I was hoping for I still like it and reach for it often as there are some beautiful shades, perfect for this time of year (check my Spring makeup picks). Today I want to share with you makeup look created with this palette and I used shades that may seem like they shouldn't work together but they actually paired beautifully and I really liked the finished eye look and how it enhanced my eye colour.
So let's get to it :)

Makeup tutorial using Too Faced Sweet Peach palette

Primer - Rimmel Stay Matte primer, if you need a primer that will keep you matte all day, which doesn't feel greasy and heavy in silicon, this one is the perfect, budget friendly, option.
Foundation - I've decided to use up some of my older foundation before they're too old (keep an eye on my 'shop the stash/project pan' post very soon) and started reaching for the Dior Star foundation in shade 020 Light Beige which has beautiful finish and good coverage, and now, when my skin is not very oily anymore, I actually really love it.
Concealer - Maybelline Fit Me in shade 10
Powder - to set my concealer and highlight the centre of my face I used my trusty Inglot HD Powder #503 (can you see those pans?? I'm excited to be using up some of my products).
Bronzer - I used the shade Lo-Fi from the Urban Decay Gwen Stefani Blush palette to bronze my face and Inglot HD Contouring Powder #508 to lightly contour my cheeks.
Blush - I used a mix of shades Cherry and Hush from the UD GS Blush palette for a peachy pink flush of colour on my cheeks.
Highlighter - shade Angel from the UD GS Blush palette.

Primer - Freedom Makeup Pro Eye Primer
Eyeshadows - Too Faced Sweet Peach palette
Eye pencil - NYX Wonder Pencil in Light
Eye liner - Kat Von D Tatoo Liner in Trooper, this is the best liquid eye liner I've tried, the nib makes creating the line or wing so easy like nothing else, it's super pigmented and it stays a bit glossy which I like.
Mascara - L'Oreal Volume Million Lashes Feline, I'm still loving it but it's actually finishing/drying up and I need to pick up a new mascara.
Brows - Maybelline Master Brow Pro Palette in Soft Brown.

 Too Faced Sweet Peach palette
Makeup tutorial using Too Faced Sweet Peach palette

1 - after priming my eye lids I applied shade White Peach on the brow bone for subtle highlight and Georgia in and above the crease as a transition shade.
2 - I build up shade Candied Peach in the crease.
3 - next I applied shade Bless Her Heart on my entire mobile lid leaving the inner corner free.
4 - I darkened up the outer corner and crease with shade Delectable, this shade is not as pigmented as it looks and it sheers out easily while blending so I spent quite a bit of time building up the intensity of the colour on my eye.
5 - I highlighted my inner corner with shade Nectar.
6 - I lined my upper lashes with black eye liner and created a small wing.
7 - I blended mix of Candied Peach and Delectable on my lower lid and accentuated the lower lash line with shade Delectable, then I lined my water line with nude pencil.
8 - to finish off the eye I applied mascara to my lashes, added false lashes and filled in my brows.

Lip liner - NYX Slide On Lip Pencil in Bedrose, it's a beautiful rosy nude shade and the formula of these lip pencils is amazing.
Lipstick - ColourPop Lippie Stix in Frieda.

And this is the finished look :)

Makeup look using Too Faced Sweet Peach palette
Makeup look using Too Faced Sweet Peach palette
Makeup look using Too Faced Sweet Peach palette

Like every week, I hope you enjoyed this post and it gave you some ideas for your weekend makeup look :)
If this makeup inspired you to pair olive green, peach, purple and light gold together and you'll create a similar look tag me in your photos so I can see them :)

Have a lovely, relaxing weekend all!



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