Too Faced Peach Moisture Matte Long Wear Kiss Lipstick – Review, Swatches, and Looks (Round 2)

She’s back at it again with the Too Faced lipsticks!

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For round 2 of 3 (round 1 is HERE), I’ll be talking about the shades: ‘Pink With A Wink’, ‘Stop Traffic’, ‘Sunday Funday’ and ‘Where My Peaches At?’

too faced moisture matte long wear lipstick swatches review

One thing I didn’t notice in round 1 of my review was the fact that not only are the individual shades featured on the box (as the shade of the peach on the front of the box), but the shade also lines the inside of the box – it’s all in the details, right?

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I seriously can’t get enough of how aesthetically please these lipsticks are.

too faced moisture matte long wear lipstick swatches review

First up is ‘Pink With A Wink’, which is a pale taffy pink.  It’s one of those shades that I’ve never been able to pull off, as hard as I try.  It reminds me of Wet n Wild’s MegaLast Lipstick in the shade ‘Dollhouse Pink’ .  The formula was patchy and chalky.  As you can see, it didn’t play to well with my bottom lip.

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‘Stop Traffic’ is a rich garnet red.  The formula was super easy to apply – glided on nicely, with powerful pigmentation.  It feels like a modern day “Snow White” lipstick shade.

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‘Sunday Funday’ is a brown sugar nude.  The formula was so-so.  I’ve found with this collection of lipsticks that the formula tends to either really disagree with my lips or totally become one with my lips.  This shade is somewhere in between, meaning that it had a bit of a tough time sticking to my lips, but it still ended up staying.  It had a good and workable formula, and the shade is really easy to wear with a variety of eye looks.

too faced moisture matte long wear lipstick swatches review Sunday Funday

‘Where My Peaches At?’ is a fiery blood orange red.  Too Faced really nailed it with the red shades, because this one (like ‘Stop Traffic’, and ‘Breakfast Club’ and ‘Peach Beach’ from my previous review) had a great formula and wore very easily.  Compared to ‘Breakfast Club’, this shade has much more orange.  It reminds me of a more wearable version of their Melted Matte shade ‘Mrs. Roper’ (review HERE).

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And with that, round 2 is done.  The third and final round will be coming up soon!

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4 Comments

  1. January 8, 2018 / 10:48 am

    Ohhh yessss Where My Peaches At? is a shade I didn’t end up picking up but wanted. Now I know I need it!

    • Shawna
      Author
      January 8, 2018 / 11:37 am

      The enabler strikes again!

  2. January 8, 2018 / 9:37 pm

    These are so pretty!!!

    • Shawna
      Author
      January 10, 2018 / 12:08 am

      The cuteness makes me melt!

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