Despite patiently (and tensely) holding up to get their hands on the recently propelled Too Faced Sweet Peach collection, numerous clients still have yet to get their most loved arrangement of peach-scented eye shadow and highlighting palettes. Some got their requests by Christmas, as guaranteed, while others keep on finding themselves up the creek without a paddle. The previous evening, the organization conveyed an email to its clients to apologize for the holdup. “Due to a glitch in our systems, many of your orders did not properly transmit to our warehouse, causing a delay in shipping,” the statement said.
To make it right, co-founder Jerrod Blandino is putting forth Too Faced clients a 40 percent off markdown on their next online request. Moreover, the pitilessness free organization expressed gratitude toward everybody for their understanding and support. How about we be genuine, we as a whole have us “not faultless minutes,” as Too Faced called this incident.
A few clients who got the expression of remorse email took to Twitter in energy about Too Faced’s gesture.
— Laura Lindsay (@thelauralindsay) December 30, 2016
— Amanda Marie (@DJSparkles418) December 30, 2016
@TooFaced My order finally arrived today & so did your email. That’s a generous way to help make things right. Very much appreciated. Ty.
— Evi (@Khaleesi_Evi) December 30, 2016
The coupon code the company provided, which is included at look at, does not make a difference to the new Kat Von D collab, which propelled not long ago. You can at present get a few shades of the Too Faced Sweet Peach Creamy Lip Oils, as Popping Peach and Pure Peach, for $11.40 each with the code. (You can watch Allure editors swatch them here.) The eye shadow palette is still accessible, too, for $29.40. The organization, be that as it may, did exclude points of interest on to what extent the code is eligible for in the email. We recommend exploiting the arrangement while you can.