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  • What’s up, everyone?

  • Welcome back to my channel.

  • I am ready to get into some makeup tutorials.

  • It is the New Year.

  • So, I thought, you know what,

  • to celebrate the new year

  • and to start off this year with a bang,

  • I am going to try out

  • the new Kylie Cosmetics

  • the Royal Peach Palette.

  • Now, when I saw this packaging on her Snapchat,

  • I was like,

  • Oh, okay.

  • Like, the bitch is coming in for the New Year.

  • She’s not playing games.”

  • So, I was really excited

  • when Kylie’s team dropped this palette off at my house.

  • I’m like,

  • Thank you, girl.

  • I love a little exclusive.”

  • First of all,

  • this packaging.

  • Let’s just talk about the packaging

  • because it is gorgeous.

  • So, already,

  • I’m like, “Okay.”

  • And when I opened the box and saw this,

  • I was like, “Yes.”

  • I’ve got to say one thing.

  • I know you guys can’t feel this palette

  • through your phone or computer,

  • but it's heavy.

  • It’s nice.

  • Like, it is good packaging.

  • I guess, I mean, that’s what I’ve got to say

  • right away is that

  • I was really impressed with everything.

  • So, this is the unit carton.

  • Of course,

  • it says the name of the palette at the top.

  • Beautiful eyes.

  • I’m going to assume

  • these are Kylie’s eyes, of course.

  • And this makeup look is cute.

  • I got a little inspired by the front.

  • I’m like, “Okay, let me try my version.”

  • So, on the back, of course,

  • it says, Kylie Pressed Powder Eye Shadows.

  • It has all of the shade names.

  • There are 12 shades

  • and all the names are on the back.

  • Theyre also on the back of the palette,

  • which I love.

  • Of course, the ingredients are all listed down below

  • and the normal info.

  • Now, as soon as you open up the palette,

  • bam!

  • It is heavy.

  • It is all white with a rose gold Kylie logo,

  • which I love.

  • It’s very in-your-face.

  • Let’s open it up.

  • Now, when you open it,

  • bam!

  • There is a huge mirror right there.

  • There is also a makeup brush,

  • which, as you can tell,

  • I used in the video today.

  • And the brush was good, you guys.

  • It was not like shitty.

  • Not that I expected it to be.

  • But, like, you know, a lot of times,

  • brushes that come with palettes are a little plasticky,

  • little kind of like

  • they don’t really blend that well.

  • But this one worked amazing.

  • So, you have

  • all the 12 colors right here, of course.

  • The ones that stood up to me

  • were beautiful royal blue,

  • the green

  • and, of course, all of the peachy-type shades.

  • Now, at the end of the video,

  • I will be giving my final thoughts.

  • But a lot of people were like,

  • Is this comparable

  • or like the Too Faced Sweet Peach Palette

  • that, of course, everyone knows about?”

  • It’s different.

  • Obviously, the color scheme is way different,

  • in my opinion.

  • Of course, it’s going to be a different formula,

  • different everything.

  • But is this one better

  • or worse than the Sweet Peach Palette?

  • Youll have to watch

  • a little bit towards the end here

  • for that final thought.

  • Now, with this video,

  • I will not be swatching them all,

  • like I’ve done in the past.

  • I just created a look.

  • I think there are so many swatches on

  • Snapchat and Instagram and Twitter

  • that you guys probably have already

  • seen the colors.

  • But, of course, do they work?

  • And, of course,

  • you want to see how they look on the damn eyes.

  • So, that is what today’s video will be.

  • Also, used a brand-new highlighter

  • that maybe this little whole right here

  • well be putting out next month.

  • So, you guys will get a sneak peek

  • at a new shade because,

  • Hi, it’s 2017.”

  • There’s a lot rolling out with every single person

  • and I can’t wait to share everything with you guys.

  • So, if you want to see how I created

  • this Peach Goddess look,

  • then keep on watching.

  • All right, guys.

  • So, I just primed my lids

  • with a little MAC Painterly Paint Pot,

  • so we are ready to roll.

  • I decided to do my

  • brows foundation and contour today,

  • just so we can really focus on the palette.

  • I think we are ready to dive right into it.

  • Now, I haven’t even finger-swatched this palette yet.

  • So, this is brand-new.

  • Of course,

  • you guys have seen this all over the Internet.

  • Kylie has been sneak peaking it

  • all over Instagram and her Snapchat.

  • I honestly don’t know

  • what type of look I’m going to do today.

  • I’m just going to

  • pop a little transition shade in my crease

  • and, I guess, see what happens.

  • So, I think to start off,

  • I’m just going to

  • also, this palette has a brush.

  • So, let me take the brush out right now.

  • So, I might utilize that today.

  • Maybe I will just use that right away

  • and see if it’s any good.

  • Now, I’ve never used her brushes before.

  • I know she came out with some

  • during the Holiday Collection.

  • I never got to use them.

  • Life has been too fuckinbusy.

  • So, I’m just going to

  • Ooh, this was -- this wasn’t bad.

  • You know what’s crazy,

  • this looks like

  • the new Morphe brushes that just dropped.

  • So similar.

  • This is slightly more gold

  • and this is a little more rose gold.

  • But I’m like,

  • Oh my God, they are really similar.”

  • So, I’m going to start with Sorbet right here.

  • It is a really soft

  • I think this is a transition shade.

  • Really easy for the crease.

  • And were just going to saturate

  • and coat our brushes.

  • So, we are just going to take this

  • and let’s pop her right in the crease

  • and see what happens.

  • Now, this color

  • you know, these peachy sort of colors

  • are always going to look good

  • on really any skin tone,

  • which I find very helpful

  • for anyone that wants to re-create this look

  • or try their own little spin on it.

  • All right,