Too Faced Sweet Peach is a permanent eye palette that retails for $49.00 and contains 0.54 oz.
I reviewed it when it was originally released in March of this year. My review is largely unchanged; I do not feel that Too Faced took notes or went back and reformulated anything within the palette. There are minor variations between a few shades, but they are within what I'd consider normal discrepancies found between batch to batch. The most noticeable differences were the texture of White Peach, was significantly silkier and more pigmented as a result, and Just Peachy and Bellini had stronger, pink bases (particularly with Just Peachy) - but this can often be the result of how the shimmer (which are warmer in both instances) gets mixed in or caught by the light. Talk Derby to Me was more pigmented and softer in the re-released palette, but on the flip side, Cobbler was much drier and sheerer in the re-release.
My general review stands the same, though, which is that Too Faced's formula begs for an eyeshadow primer. It is typically thinner and dustier such that the eyeshadows will sheer out or apply unevenly (or turn patchy when blended) without primer underneath. There are many formulas that at least apply well (even if they don't last all day) without primer, but Too Faced's eyeshadow formula is particularly difficult to use well without primer across the board--application, pigmentation, blendability, and longevity. The palette does have a strong, sweet peach scent, though I can't smell it once applied to the lid.
In terms of the overall rating, the only change was in the Pigmentation rating, which is now 9, and in the original, it was 8.5.
The Sweet Peach Eye Shadow Collection Palette is infused with the juicy scent and antioxidant-rich essence of peach. Create endless looks with 18 shades of peachy pinks, corals, bronzes, and pops of purples that will leave your eyes looking warm weather-fresh all year long. It features a Glamour Guide with three eye looks to get you started.