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Too Faced - 'Peanut Butter And Jelly' eye shadow palette 11g


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Item No. 1236149413

Limited edition peanut butter palette of 9 gorgeous matte and shimmer shades featuring antioxidant-rich cocoa powder with a creamy peanut butter twist. Pigmented shadows offer true colour payoff. Silky smooth formula blends effortlessly.

  • Volume: 11g

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'Peanut Butter And Jelly' eye shadow palette 11g is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 5.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Beautiful product Although this palette is quite pricy for it’s size, the quality of the colours make it a worth while purchase :) I’ve been loving this palette since I received it and would happily repurchase it ~ if anything happened to mine or if I ran out :)
Date published: 2018-03-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Gorgeous colours Absolutely love this pallette, I tried to resist buying it but I kept looking online at the colours and ended up buying it. So pleased I did as love it.
Date published: 2018-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Too faced Peanut butter jelly eye shadow palette My daughter asked for this on her Christmas list and is going to love it ! I Couldn’t understand why she would want this especially at that price . But it is worth every penny ...smells gorgeous and the quality is fabulous.
Date published: 2017-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great for every day use I own the pb and j pallet and I can see why it's been so hyped about.First because it smells like peanut butter!Second all of the colours blend beautifully and I always use 'extra creamy' as a base.Also I love the variation of colours they chose they used the popular colour 'peanut butter which is a light matte brown and the name of the pallet really reflects on the colours inside. some people don't really like the colour 'jelly' but I don't understand why because I love it and I usually don't go for bright colours.I think it's great if you like warm looks and might want to add a pop of colour.
Date published: 2017-12-11
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Need more jelly... I really, really wanted to love this palette; the shades, the finishes, the theme and the cute packaging design combined into what seemed like a big win to me. Sadly however this is a majorly overhyped product, in that I've found that it couldn't deliver half of what it promises to... The matte base/highlight shade 'extra creamy' is nice and super soft, and I use the two warmer base shades as lid colours as they are both shimmery, and I don't like to use shimmer in highlight or base shades as my eyes are hooded. The stars of the palette are the "Peanut Butter" selections; you get four warm tan/brown eyeshadows [two shimmers and two mattes], the Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar's extremely popular 'Peanut Butter' shade and three new co-ordinating warm-neutral shades. These four shadows are lovely shades, and apply, blend and wear really well. But then we come to the "And Jelly" portion of the palette - total miss, in my opinion as there are only two and both shades are subpar; the darker purple one applies as a charcoal on skin and there is quite a bit of fallout as it contains microglitter, whilst the lighter/brighter purple shade fades into a sort of slate-with-purple-undertone within a few hours of application. I know and appreciate that purple is generally a tricky shade to formulate into powder products for every cosmetics brand, but if you know you'll struggle to give customers the best possible quality, why not simply pick different colours for a different fruit to represent 'jelly/jam', like pink for raspberry? I say this because now I have to pull in shadows from other palettes, or just rely on the warmer two base shadows as lid shades, otherwise this palette is nothing but brown tones. Pretty, but boring for my tastes.
Date published: 2017-11-29
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