Is Too Faced's Peanut Butter & Honey Palette Limited Edition? Here Are All The Deets

The year might be coming to an end, but there's already plenty to look forward to in 2017. In the makeup world, that is. Too Faced just shared the first look at their Peanut Butter and Honey Palette, and believe me when I say you're going to love it. Is the Peanut Butter and Honey Palette limited-edition, you ask? The company's Co-Founder Jerrod Blandino loves to tease their fans about new launches, but this is one sneak peek that tells all.

Think way back before the Natural Love Eyeshadow Palette and Sweet Peach Collection news. Remember that preview of the Peanut Butter and Honey Palette from Blandino? The details are finally here. According to his post, the nine-shade palette will be available during Ulta's 21 Days Of Beauty Sale in March 2017. Plus everything from the hues to the packaging is absolutely adorable.

Unfortunately, when it came down to being a part of the permanent collection, this palette didn't make the cut. According to Blandino's Instagram post, the Peanut Butter and Honey Palette is limited edition. That means that there's no telling whether it will restock after the first sell-out or not. Considering all of Too Faced's other sweet-smelling palettes are bestsellers, there's no doubt in my mind that this will be too.

Let's talk a little bit about the more positive news though. The palette has nine different shades inside. Three of them are large neutrals, while the other six are a bit more colorful. There's only two shimmers included this time. Of course, there's also a bright yellow matte shade to play on the honey aspect.

The packaging looks pretty similar to the Peanut Butter and Honey Palette. This time there's a tiny little bee on it and a melted honey logo. The setup on the inside is also similar to the way the other palette was set up. So basically this new launch has all aspects of a bestseller.

Between the wearable colors and the adorable packaging, you really can't go wrong with this buy. Finger crossed that it sticks around long enough for people to actually get their hands on it!

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