The latest Too Faced 9 pan palette has recently hit the market; the new Peanut Butter & Honey palette. I missed out last year on the release of the Peanut Butter & Jelly palette, and couldn’t find it in ANY Ulta stores near me for months and it was sold out online constantly. So I am really excited that I got my hands on this pretty little palette before its sold out everywhere!
This palette features nine new eye shadow shades in a warm-toned peanut butter and honey inspired shades that are infused with their addicting, infamous cocoa powder formula. Who can resist the sweet scent of their palettes? I reach for them often for this reason alone! As with many of their other eyeshadow palettes, this comes with a mini glamour guide featuring 3 different looks for added inspiration.
I’ve read a lot of so-so reviews on this since its release and was pleasantly surprised at the quality. While I don’t find the shadows to be as soft and buttery as those of Lorac. I do find them highly pigmented and easy to blend and work with. Warm shadows are on trend right now and these fit the bill. The majority of the colors included are matte, with only a few shimmers. And, as you can see these are all pretty neutral, everyday wearable colors with the shade Honey Buns being the pop of color.
The three lighter shades to the left, Creamed Honey, Bee Sweet and Queen Bee are a little too light for my liking and somewhat chalky but work well as inner corner and brow bone highlights if blended well. With the exception of those 3 I think the rest blend really well and have even, consistent pigmentation. I gravitate towards the colors Peanut Butter (matte medium orangy/brown) and Honey Brittle (matte peach).
If you’re a Too Faced collector or an eyeshadow junkie you will enjoy this new addition to your collection. It holds true to the Too Faced standard and is getting a lot more use from me than I originally expected.
FYI ** As always, my reviews are not paid and are based on my own opinion, personal use and results.