August 28, 2018

Too Faced Sugar Peach Wet & Dry Face & Eye Palette, Peach Lip Scrub, and More Updates to the Peaches & Cream Collection

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The Too Faced Peaches & Cream Collection is getting some new updates for Fall 2018! Expect to see a new Too Faced Sugar Peach Wet & Dry Face & Eye Palette, a new Peach Lip Scrub, Peach Lip Balm, and several new Peach Kiss Lipstick shades!

Jerrod shared a little sneak peek photo on his Instagram account of the new items that will be available at on September 4th. I really loved the Too Faced Sweet Peach Glow Palette that originally launched with the collection (I’m wearing it in the below photo) and I’m eager to check out the new Wet and Dry Face & Eye Palette as it looks like it has some glow-y shades of peachy orange! The items also popped up on the Too Faced website so we can get some nice images of what’s in store with these latest launched below!



See it below!

Too Faced Sugar Peach Wet and Dry Face & Eye Palette $42
A palette containing four peachy pearlescent powders for face and eyes that can be used wet or dry

Too Faced Peach Lip Scrub $17
This peaches & cream-infused exfoliating lip scrub that has a peaches and cream flavor that buffs away dead skin cells and leaves lips smooth.

Too Faced Peach Lip Balm $17
A rich, creamy lip balm with a buttery smooth finish that smells like peaches and cream and leaves lips smooth and hydrated.

Looks nice right? I’m also pretty hyped to check out that new Peach Lip Scrub! It doesn’t surprise me that the line is being expanded considering that Ulta got exclusivity to the Tutti Frutti Collection. It makes sense they’d expand the original Peaches & Cream Collection at Sephora. I’m actually surprised that Jerrod hasn’t done some sort of exclusive collection in the London store.

I’m looking forward to getting my hands on these new items! They are available now on Sephora’s site!

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  • Wendy Sue

    wish I could see that new palette better, wonder how much shimmer/frost it has in it. I need MATTE! LOL

  • Maria

    The 2 palettes look nice , but the eye palette shades look like the Too faced peaches matte palette. Very similiar based on pictures

  • Carol G

    Honestly I think I’m peached-out. As much as I love peach colored eyeshadow, blush, etc., it is getting too redundant because everyone is doing knock-offs at this point. We really need some different, creative palettes at this point. To me, this just smells like a money-making attempt because it’s just capitalizing on something that’s already been out for awhile. Like they’re just phoning it in at this point.

  • Krastins

    I swear to god, all I want is a cool palette from ANYONE at this point ;_;

  • Susan

    I’m “peached out” with TF specifically, and with orange-y shades in general. I saw swatches of this highlighter palette and they’re all shimmery and light, no depth for eyeshadows IMO. That said, I would be all over a good pumpkin palette for fall, which is what I’ve said the last several years. Why do companies keep beating a dead horse? Or unicorn?

    I have hope that the color pendulum is finally starting to swing back to cool-toned however, and see lots of purples and berry tones on the horizon. Hope the U.S. gets Smashbox’s new Ultraviolet palette and L’Oreal’s berry one soon.

    • Isabella Muse

      I haven’t quite reached the “OMG NO MORE!” stage yet. I really like orange and peach shades so I’m sort of rubbing my hands in glee at the palette. But I agree, I don’t understand the constant repetitive release! The only thing I can think is they do well with these launches and as they said if it isn’t broke, don’t fix it. If it makes them money why take a chance changing things up? Let’s hope that happens! So many people are gagging for more cooler shades!