There are lots of reddish peach shades in the Royal Peach palette. Thankfully, there are also some solid transition shades. ‘Sorbet’ is a pale orange, very similar to Makeup Geek’s ‘Peach Smoothie’ and ‘Sandy’ is a warm mid-toned tan very similar to Urban Decay’s ‘Beware’. The poppy shades in this palette are ‘Royal’ a matte, bright blue, ‘Mojito’, a metallic yellow-green and ‘North Star’ which is a metallic lilac that is very close to Anastasia Beverly Hill’s ‘Macaroon’. There’s enough excitement in this shade range to create many different looks without getting bored.
Here are two looks that I’ve created with (almost) all of the shades in the Royal Peach Palette.
Sorbet and Sandy thru the crease with Mojito on the inner/lid — Duke and Crush on the lower lash line blended out with Cinnamon
Well, well, well…
Here we go again with another Kylie product. That doesn’t suck. I saw the promo pictures for this product and felt like I could really do some fun things with this palette and it is comprised of shades that I don’t feel like I already own (for the most part…). It was a recipe for success! I managed to snag this last week whilst in the middle of a manicure. It’s okay. My nail technician knows of Kylie and her cosmetic brand and was just as excited as I was that I was able to purchase it.
This is the Royal Peach palette. It was $45 and has 12 shades in it. This palette also comes with a very decent blending brush.
I love the elongated layout of this palette and the mega-mirror. But the best part? The shadows are magnetized loosely in the palette meaning they can easily come out and be put into a Z Palette. My palette isn’t even put together anymore!
In all, I am very pleased with this! Kylie’s products are becoming very trustworthy at this point and I can’t wait to see what sector of makeup she journeys into next.