Too Faced Chocolate Bons Bons Palette

Although it may be said that I own way too many eye shadows, I personally believe that this isn’t possible. There is something about eye shadow, and I love how I can be really creative with colour or just simply enhance my natural eye colour with a sweep of powder. It’s a very expressive form of make up, and I adore it. Although I have recently been flitting between just three palettes lately; my custom Make Up Geek palette, The Estée Edit palette and Too Faced Peanut Butter and Jelly palette, I have found that the Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons palette has been taking over. A candy inspired confection of heart shaped shadows, this palette is absolutely beautiful.

I haven’t actually got the Too Faced Chocolate and Semi Sweet Chocolate Bar palette, and considering the hype that was built up around them, I’m totally shocked that I haven’t succumbed to the chocolate scented goodness. Instead, I went for the Too Faced Chocolate Bons Bons Palette, and I have been finding that I can create a huge array of looks from the 16 eye shadows within. I do find that this palette is used more for work as not only is the tin nice and sturdy to stop damage to the shadows but the mirror inside is substantial enough to use to make up my whole face. Not only that, but the colours are a mixture of matte and shimmer formulas, in a varied selection of nudes and neutrals to vivid pops of colour, with two dreamy highlighter shades. As a creature of habit when it comes to my work make up face, I do stick to the same three shades, however, I have been experimenting with the gorgeous hot pink ‘Totally Fetch’ shade and the seriously smokey ‘Earl Grey’ to add some fun to my standard look.

Too Faced Chocolate Bons Bons Palette

Too Faced Chocolate Bons Bons Palette

Too Faced Chocolate Bons Bons Palette

Too Faced Chocolate Bons Bons Palette

Too Faced Chocolate Bons Bons Palette

Top – Bottom: Almond Truffle, Sprinkles, Molasses Chip, Malted

Too Faced Chocolate Bons Bons Palette

Top to Bottom: Cashew Chew, Cotton Candy, Cafe Au Lait, Bordeaux

Too Faced Chocolate Bons Bons Palette

Top to Bottom: Mocha, Black Currant, Dark Truffle, Pecan Praline

Too Faced Chocolate Bons Bons Palette

Top to Bottom: Totally Fetch, Earl Grey, Satin Sheets, Divinity

The formulation of the shades is of the highest quality and one sweep of the brush gives a wash of colour that can be built up to a more opaque finish or left for a sheer flush of colour. Buildable and blendable, it’s really easy to work the colours onto the eye, and worn with an eye primer, longevity is around 9 hours. There’s minimal fall out, even with the shimmery shades, which makes a huge difference to previous Too Faced shades, and the piece de resistance is quite obviously the heart shaped pans.

As the quality and colours of the Too Faced Chocolate Bons Bons Palette is so fantastic, it has really affirmed to me that I do need to get my mitts on the original Chocolate Bar and Semi Sweet Chocolate Bar palettes. Heck, I might even trade in all my make up and just use Too Faced. It won’t be so difficult, especially now I have so much.

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  • This palette looks stunning I don’t have any of the too faced palettes but they look so nice and I keep reading good things about them so may have to succumb to the hype xoxo
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  • OH! So much pretty! And I love how they’ve called that one Totally Fetch! I wouldn’t have a clue how to wear it but who wouldn’t want it? The rest of the palette is perfect for me, so many pretty neutrals with a real pop to them!

    Sarah 🙂

    Saloca in Wonderland

  • WineAndWhine

    The packaging is enough to make me fall in love on its own, i love the photos too- great post x

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  • Laura

    This is so cute palette! I have only their chocolate bar palette and love it, but I think I need this one too x

    Laura
    Öku Möku