Too Faced Sweet Peach Lip Oil Review

I picked up the shades “Tickle-Me Peach” which is described as being a watermelon shade and “Peach, Please!” which is described as a coral pink. I picked these up on release day for $19 each on the Too Faced website.

There were no charges for shipping at this time. Shipping was super fast! Two days later everything was at my doorstep. The packaging was so cute too! The box was pink with a bow and the inside was filled with pink paper “worms.”

I slapped the Peach, Please! shade on my lips around 2:30 p.m. on the day I got it and headed to campus to study for my last final (ever, of my master’s…yay). Anyway, I took my final at 3:30 and left the building (after a grueling quality management final) and headed back to my car and drove back home.


When I got home I was pleasantly surprised to see even though a bit of the shine had worn off, the color pigment was still in tact and rather visible. I reapplied at this time (around 5:45 p.m.).

This lip oil lip gloss smells like sugary-candied peaches. Almost like candy peach rings, but even sweeter. I find the smell pleasant but if you are sensitive to scent please keep this in mind!


The actual gloss is a thin consistency with rather nice coverage. The pigment of the glosses is rather visible and pleasant, by no means are they clear glosses, the colors you see in the tubes are the color they apply to your lips. Best of all, this gloss isn’t sticky and leaves your lips feeling hydrated!

I took my makeup off around 8:45 p.m. with my gloss still shiny and in tact at this point.

I wore these glosses for the next two days after that and still find them hydrating and pretty on the lips. You will have to reapply these throughout the day every 3-4 hours but all in all I think these are an awesome lip oil/gloss!


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