I am a big, big fan of Too Faced Cosmetics. I especially love the Chocolate Soleil bronzer because it is made with real cocoa powder. It seems as though their fans have spoken and Too Faced listened. They created an entire eyeshadow palette that also uses real cocoa powder called the Chocolate Bar. It is a beautiful eyeshadow palette that includes 16 shades—6 matte and 10 shimmer. It is mostly neutral/nude/naked type shades with a purple-y shades thrown in.
First Row L to R: Gilded Ganache, White Chocolate, Milk Chocolate, Black Forest Truffle, Triple Fudge.
Second Row L to R: Salted Caramel, Marzipan, Semi Sweet, Strawberry Bon Bon, Candied Violet, Amaretto.
Third Row L to R: Hazelnut, Creme Brûlée, Haute Chocolate, Cherry Cordial, Champagne Truffle.
As you can see from the swatches, the pigmentation is absolutely amazing. It also smells good enough to eat, but don’t! As most of you know, packaging is EVERYTHING to me so the fact that they made this look like an actual chocolate bar has me grinning with satisfaction.
I think this palette is perfect for people like myself, who enjoy more neutral looks but sometimes have a fling with some color. Instead of going an obvious brown look I decided to put the purples and pinks to work and create something really fun! I filmed a tutorial on my YouTube channel yesterday so feel free to go and check that out! LINK HERE!
I hope you enjoyed the look/tutorial I created as well as the review on this STUNNING palette. I hope to bring you many more looks I create with the palette. It really is phenomenal! The Too Faced Chocolate Bar palette retails at $49. If you compare it to the standard pricing on a single MAC shadow ($10-15) you really get an idea of what I am talking about. In order to have as many colors in a MAC palette you would have to spend upwards of $160. And in my humble opinion, these eyeshadows are leaps and bounds better!
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