Too Faced Peanut Butter and Jelly Palette Review

Awhile back I bought the Too Faced Peanut Butter and Jelly Eye Shadow Palette from Ulta. The palette includes 9 shades, a mirror, and a Glamour Guide.

The shades include:

  • Spread the Love: peach with a mostly matte finish
  • Peanut Butter: orange brown with a matte finish
  • Peanut Butter Cup: golden bronze with a frost finish
  • Bananas: peach gold with a metallic finish
  • Peanut Brittle: burnt orange with a frost finish
  • Jammin’: dark brown with a frost finish
  • Extra Creamy: cream with a matte finish
  • Jelly: orchid with a pearl finish
  • Nuts About U: brown red with a matte finish

The eye shadow palette has a nice variety of shades that are versatile and can be used for everyday looks. My favorite shades are Extra Creamy, Peanut Butter Cup, and Bananas. I especially like that Jelly adds a bit of color to this palette, but I wish that Jammin’ was as purple as it is in the pan instead of a dark brown shade. The 3 highlight shades (Spread the Love, Bananas, and Extra Creamy) have a larger pan size than the other 6 shades. I do like the larger pan size for these shades especially since I frequently use Bananas and Extra Creamy. However, I do wish Spread the Love was completely matte and did not have the extra gold sparkle. Most of the shades have good pigment and only need 1 layer, but Jelly does need several layers to be as vibrant as it is in the pan. The shades are really soft and creamy, and they apply smoothly, blend easily, and there is little to no fallout. With eye shadow primer, the shades do lasts all day or night without creasing, smudging, or fading. The packaging is a cute compact tin case that is great for traveling. The palette includes a mirror which is always great. In addition to the mirror, the palette also includes a Glamour Guide that shows a tutorial for 3 looks (Soft & Sweet, Rich & Creamy, and PB & J). I especially like the Soft & Sweet and PB & J looks, but I would never try the Rich & Creamy look. However, the guide is also good for coming up with ideas for other looks.Compared to the Too Faced Chocolate Bar Eyeshadow Palette that is $49 for 16 shades ($3 a shade), the price of this palette is a bit high at $36 for only 9 shades ($4 a shade). However, I believe the price is worth it because these shades are high quality. I would definitely recommend this palette if you like brown shades with a little pop of color.

Left to Right: Spread the Love, Peanut Butter, Peanut Butter Cup, Bananas, Peanut Brittle, Jammin’, Extra Creamy, Jelly, and Nuts About U

Overall, the Too Faced Peanut Butter and Jelly Eye Shadow Palette has high quality shades with good pigment and practically no fallout.

$36 at Too Faced

Rate: 9/10

12 thoughts on “Too Faced Peanut Butter and Jelly Palette Review

    1. I would recommend the Wet n Wild Color Icon Eyeshadow Palettes. There are 3 different palettes & the palette Comfort Zone has more neutral shades which is great for beginners! Each of the palettes have 8 shades & the shades are also labeled & the palettes only cost $5!
      I would also recommend the Tarte Tartelette Amazonian Clay Matte Palette, but it’s more expensive at $45. The palette has 12 shades & it’s a good matte neutral palette that’s also great for beginners 😊

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  1. Hi Karalee!
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