Last year, the peach makeup color palette took the beauty industry by storm. From soft pastels to creamy transition shades and neon corals, you can bet this summer you'll still be seeing peach everywhere! This color palette is so versatile and there's such a wide range of looks that can be created with the peach color palette. We're here to bring you all the peach looks you need to try right now! The best part? You can wear most of these looks year round because peach is a neutral shade that goes with everything!
Look fresh and radiant this summer with a peach color palette. Peach has quickly replaced beige, grey and taupe as the "it" neutral shade. There's a good explanation for that, too. Although the aforementioned shades make great neutrals, they can easily make your complexion look dull and sometimes even ill if not worn correctly.
Peach is the exact opposite! You can literally swipe just one stand alone peach shade by itself on the lids for a quick, pick-me-up shade! You can also apply one shade with different brushes to make it look like you've applied multiple shades because using several brushes gives you a different effect.
GET THE LOOK:
Use a fluffy blending brush with a defined, tapered point to deposit a light wash of color across the crease. Then, use a pointed, pencil brush to deposit opaque color on the outer 'v' and to add depth to the look. This easily brightens and adds an immediate soft contour and lift to the lids. What more can you want from a single shade, right?!
Now, if you do decide you have an extra minute or two to spare, add a soft taupe or beige to the outer 'v' to add more depth to the look. It creates a quick soft smokey look. Add an ivory or champagne shade in the corners to illuminate and bring light to the look.
Since peach is an earthy neutral shade it is universally flattering across all skin tones and eye colors! It can be worn everyday for a soft, wearable look.
Add bright pastels to your peach palette for an instant brightening effect.
When combined with peach, bubblegum pink and coral do wonders for a dull complexion!
Combine shades of brick red or sienna brown for a warm summery look.
Add a glam element with winged liner and false lashes for a soft glam vibes.
Now, that you've learned the basics of how to wear a wearable peach palette for daily wear, let's explore other options and color palettes!
Soft peaches, pinks and corals are all perfect and coordinate beautifully with the peach color palette.
The peachy pink color palette can be worn everyday for a sheer, soft glam look. Or it can also be dressed up when paired with dramatic techniques such as a cut crease.
When peach is worn with the right shades, you get a gorgeous, summer glow! Soft peach hues when combined with bright pinks and corals, create the perfect peachy glow. Just swap your everyday transition shades such as beige and taupe for pink and coral and you've just created a color palette worthy of being worn all summer long!
You can also use this same pinky peach color palette on your cheeks (and lips) for an impeccable summer glow! Use the draping technique which is swapping your contour shade for blush and layering one blush shade over the other until you get a sculpted and glowy cheeks.
Intensify your pink and peach palette with a pop of coral for a bright eyed look! Experiment by combining pearlescent shimmery shades with vivid neons for an ultra glowy look!
When using peach, don't be afraid to combine it with orange hues. Amp up your summer glow with vibrant shades of coral along with orange! Baked formulas glide on smoothly and blend like a dream and are packed with intense color payoff.
How can we talk about summer and getting the glow without a single reference to bronzer?! Use a fluffy kabuki brush to swirl bronzer to the outer perimeters of your face for a sun kissed glow. Apply peach or coral blush to bring color back to the the look. Peach and bronze-y shades are a match made in heaven!
Swap your ashy neutrals for peaches and corals as your transition and blending shades and smudge across the lower lashline for a halo like glow all around the eyes!
Depending on your lid color, you'll get a completely different effect. If your lid color is light or a bright shade, you'll get a soft and feminine look. If your lid color is dark, you'll get an edgy and eccentric look.
Don't just limit your eye makeup looks to this palette, create beautiful lip art looks with pinks, peaches and coral which all would make a gorgeous ombre lip! Play around with different finishes, too. Try mattes if the rest of your look is bold. Try glossy, shimmery or metallics if the rest of your looks are basic.
Pair soft peach hues with electric shades of orange and yellow or gold for a bright look.
Pair up a peach and orange color palette with bronze, copper or burgundy for a summer goddess look!
When you think of "peach" you don't instantly think of "glam" right? Instead, you would think of it as a "wearable neutral" shade. But when peach is paired with bronze, gold and copper hues, you get that instant glam factor, especially when the finishes of the shadows have a pearlescent or shimmery element to them.
Warm up your soft peach shades with burnt orange and bronzed hues for a stunning summer look!
Create an ombre gradient across the lids for a multidimensional glam effect.
Contour and add your base lid color in a peach color palette. Then, create champagne or gold gilded lids for an ethereal summer glow! Pair with a bright pink or coral lip for a summery delight!
Create a breathtaking ombre gradient with champagne, peach and pink or even rose gold. Add fushia, coral or burgundy to contour and smoke out the look . Use shades with a luminous or shimmery finish or apply the eyeshadows wet for a metallic finish. Take your look to next level with graphic liner, cut creases and even glitter liner.
Peachy Pink Graphic Cut Crease
To keep your summer glam look fresh, skip liner completely and instead, smudge a soft peachy shade along the lower lashline for a soft contour. Add lashes to add lift and drama! Embellish with loads of glitter for a summer party look.
If you're going for an intense look, build your color palette with burnt orange, terracotta and sienna shades and use peach as the transition, blending shade to soften the look. Keep all your dark shades closest to the lashline for a smoked out gradient look.
PEACHY COLOR POP:
Since peach is in layman's terms, a "wearable neutral" there's so many ways you can tszuj it up and build the intensity as desired. Since this post is all about summer, we had to include ways to incorporate color into your peach color palette.
You can literally pair any color with peach (because it's a neutral) and it'll look great! From pretty pastels to electric neons, you have a world of endless opportunities!
For a peach and raspberry sorbet makeup look, include shades in berry, burgundy, pink and coral along with your peach palette. Bring it all together with gold, copper or bronze.
For tropical vibes, add vibrant shades in royal purple, papaya orange, magenta, midnight blue and turquoise to your peach and orange color palette. Embellish with crazy eyeliner for a one of a kind look!
Go for rich jewel toned hues in emerald, lapis, amethyst, ruby, sapphire and topaz along with golden rod and your peach color palette. Use metallic or duochrome finishes for an ultra glam feel. Skip heavy eyeliner and pop on some falsies for that glam finishing touch.
For all your summer evenings and the days you can't live without your smokey eyes (raises hand) this is for you!
Who says you can't create a bright eyed look and pair smokey eyes all into one look? Smoke out your peach palette with soft hues in taupe for a soft smokey effect.
If you're really feeling bold, go for bright orange and add shades in brown, taupe, burgundy or black for a scintillating summery look!
PEACH CUT CREASE:
The cut crease, just like the smokey, is a look that never goes out of style. It may be a bit more time consuming then the smokey but the end results are worth it.
The cut crease style is great for literally carving out any eye shape that you want, for more larger, lifted and elongated eyes. It also gives your look a really clean and nice polished feel.
Take inspiration from your surroundings and heat things up with sunset eye makeup!
A sunset color palette consists of bright orange, tantalizing yellow and fiery red. Smoky purple, brick red and pink hues are used to blend out and complete the look.
Check out our recent post on Summer Sunset Makeup + 38 Look Ideas.
Finally, we come to our last category: nail art. Why not incorporate a peach color palette to your summer manicure? It's fun and wearable and there's so many ways to glam it up or wear it down. Here's some look ideas to get you started.
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