So I was pleasantly surprised with this eyeshadow palette. I have a couple drugstore palettes that are just okay. So I wasn’t expecting much with the Covergirl TruNaked Peach Punch Eyeshadow Palette. However, I was very happy with this palette. So let’s start getting into all the stuff you need and want to know about the palette.
I guess where you buy it, depends on price. I paid C$12.99 at Shoppers Drug Mart on sale. When I looked on Amazon I only found the TruNaked Nudes and that was going for C$10.98. Going off of what I paid I think the price is reasonable. I can’t complain too much about paying around C$1.60 per eyeshadow pan.
Now there is nothing too special about the packaging, in my opinion It is very simple. I do like however that you can see the shadows without having to open it. Which I think most drugstore palettes are like this. The palette obviously doesn’t have a mirror which is a bummer but not a deal breaker. Now I did really enjoy that it has a nice smell. When you open the palette you get a nice peach scent which is a nice bonus.
Let’s talk about pigment. The pigment was definitely there and I know you can’t really see the first shade but it blends in with my skin tone. I didn’t find that I had to constantly go back in to build up the shade on my eyes. Since it was a drugstore palette I wasn’t expecting a lot for pigment.
Blending I had no problem. I was surprised I didn’t have to put in more work. The shades were creamy and easy to blend. With my previous experience with drugstore palettes, all the ones I own are pretty much the same. They don’t blend well and need work to achieve a presentable look. So I was really happy with this eyeshadow palette and how it performed.
I was surprised once again when there was like no fallout on my face. Now there is kick back on the pan but I just tap my brush to get the extra powder off and I was good. I did get a little fallout with the shimmery shades but I didn’t tap the extra off when using those.
TruNaked Peach Punch Eyeshadow Palette
For me, I give this palette a 10 out of 10. I think for the price and how well it worked for me you can’t go wrong. Now I was talking to a friend of mine and she said I should do picture tutorials so I decided to try out in this post so below you can see a look I created with this palette.
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I hope you guys like the picture tutorial. Let me know in the comments if you do. Also, let me know if you guys have tried any Covergirl eyeshadow palettes and how did they perform?
I didn’t see any names for the eyeshadows so I will just be calling them 1 to 8 from left to right during this tutorial.
So I started with shade 4 and I started to work that in my crease. I just used a fluffy blending brush and I used a pencil brush and ran it on my lower lashline.
Next, I added shade 8 on top layering the two shades. I used a fluffy brush for my crease and a pencil brush once again for the lower lashline.
Shade 3 is next and I focus that more on my outer corner and slightly drag it into my crease. I used an angle blending brush and a pencil brush to apply a little on the outer corner of my lower lashline.
Next, I took my M.A.C Paint Pot to do like a half cut crease you could say. You can also do this with concealer.
I packed shade 6 directly on top of the paint pot. I used a packing brush to do so but I end up putting a shade on top because I didn’t want it to be so dark. So you can skip this step.
I used shade 2 and put that right on top of the previous shade to lighten it up so you can skip step 5 if you’d like. I also used shade 5 to highlight my inner corner (wasn’t too much of a highlight shade)
Lastly, add some mascara and lashes I used