Too Faced Peach Perfect Comfort Matte Foundation – Review, Swatches, Before & After

The Too Faced Peaches & Cream Collection includes many different products – including foundation!

too faced peach perfect comfort matte foundation review swatches before and after snow porcelain

While I’m pretty attached to my foundation faves (Inglot, MAKE UP FOR EVER, Estée Lauder, and The Body Shop), I’m always happy to try and find another brand that works for me.

The Too Faced Peach Perfect Comfort Matte Foundation ($36 USD/$45 CAD) comes in a peachy ombré box, with the shade name clearly stated on the top flap of the box.

too faced peach perfect comfort matte foundation review swatches before and after snow porcelain

The foundation bottle is a squeezable bottle with a pump top – how unique!  It contains 48 mL of product, compared to a standard amount of foundation which is 30 mL – hooray for more foundation!

too faced peach perfect comfort matte foundation review swatches before and after snow porcelain

too faced peach perfect comfort matte foundation review swatches before and after snow porcelain

I applied the foundation by using a damp Tarte Quickie Blending Sponge.  I used 3 pumps to achieve medium coverage.  The foundation had a light peachy-fig scent.

too faced peach perfect comfort matte foundation review swatches before and after snow porcelain

Finished Product:

too faced peach perfect comfort matte foundation review swatches before and after snow porcelain

too faced peach perfect comfort matte foundation review swatches before and after snow porcelain

This foundation was definitely a medium coverage foundation.  In areas where I applied more product to achieve full coverage, the product gathered and got paste-y, so I’d recommend keeping this as a strictly medium coverage product and not build it up.  It felt little bit tight once the foundation dried, but it felt much better once I applied a loose powder.  This foundation did not budge.  Once it sets, it’s not going anywhere.  Sometimes I’ll notice that I need to blend more product down my chin/neck, so I’ll just try to use the existing product on my face and smudge it down, but not with this foundation.  Once it’s set, it’s SET.

While the lightest shade in this line was the one that suited me best, I did find that was not right for my skintone.  I need something with pink undertones, and the two lightest shades that I tried leaned kind of yellow.  Perhaps the shades in this line were peachy-toned and were meant to lean a bit yellow-y/orange?

You can find the Too Faced Peach Perfect Comfort Matte Foundation at Sephora, Ulta, and online.

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4 Comments

  1. January 23, 2018 / 9:43 pm

    I’ve been really enjoying Too Faced’s mattifying primer from their peach range, so I’m curious to see if this foundation would also work well for my oily skin. I did find that their light shades were kind of lacking in differing undertones when they originally released their Born This Way line so I’m interested to see if the same problem exists with this range.

    • Shawna
      Author
      January 24, 2018 / 12:32 am

      Oooh, I should check out their primer. There’s so many products out there that I have an overflow of, but with primers I have one (and it won’t last forever!).

  2. Alex
    March 18, 2018 / 2:38 pm

    I love the foundation itself but I’m really disappointed with the colour selection. I’ll have to return mine because Snow is still too dark for me. There’s an obvious line at my jaw and it doesn’t blend down easily.

    • Shawna
      Author
      March 19, 2018 / 11:19 pm

      Oh yeah, you have to blend quickly because when it’s set, it aint moving.

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