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Monday, 21 December 2015

Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palette : Swatches & Review

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Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palette
The Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Eye Palette retails for $49US and $59CAN for 14 x 0.03 oz Eye shadows and 2 x 0.07 oz of eyeshadows product.

This palette are sold on the Sephora and Too Faced websites.

Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palette front of palette and box.
Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palette back of palette and box.
Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palette look guide.
Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palette
Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palette ingredients part 1
Too Faced chocolate Bar and Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar
Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palette ingrredient continued part 2
Too Faced Chocolate Bar, Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar, and Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palettes. Almost a Neapolitan ice cream sandwich!
Too Faced Chocolate Bar, Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar, and Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palette.
Product: 
The matte shade is not buttery nor dry either which makes the workable in the not patch or fade to nothing department.

The satin/pearl shades are smooth in texture and apply nicely overall.

The shimmer shades do pack a punch in terms of pigmentation and the texture is buttery which allows you to sheer out nicely if you want a wash of the shade as well.


Colour:
Almond Truffle is a warm blushed light brown with a matte finish.
Satin Sheets is a duo chrome pale pink with pale white gold shimmer.
Sprinkles is a light baby pink with a pale gold shimmer.
Molasses Chip is a warm gold with a shimmer finish.
Malted is a neutral brown with gold shimmer and pearl finish.

Cashew Chew is a light taupe pink with a matte finish.
Cotton Candy is a bright cool pink with a shimmer finish.
Café Au Lait is a taupe champagne with a shimmer finish.
Bordeaux is a warm deep rosy brown with a matte finish.
Mocha is a warm dusty tan with a matte finish.
Black Currant is a warm red based purple with gold shimmer and shimmer finish.

Dark Truffle is a smooth warm deep brown with a pearl finish.
Pecan Praline is a light taupe with a matte finish.
Totally Fetch is a hot magenta with a shimmer finish.
Earl Grey is a deep charcoal grey with a teal undertone and a pearl finish. (this shade is slightly sheer but it's build-able to show more of the teal tone).
Divinity is a light nude with a matte finish and micro transparent glitter.

Wear: Most I get about 6 hours of wear without a base.

Packaging: Simple tin compact with a mirror and a magnet for closure.

The heart shape eyeshadow pans contains more product in them compared to the original Chocolate Bar and Semi Sweet palettes.

The packing style is identical to the Semi-Sweet and Chocolate Bar palettes but has heart shades embossed in the tin lid instead of the blocks for chocolate. However the magnet is much more stronger than the first launch of the Semi-Sweet palette which insures a better/strong grip.

Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palette in
Almond Truffle, Satin Sheets, Sprinkles, Molasses Chip, & Malted.
Cashew Chew, Cotton Candy, Café Au Lait, Bordeaux, Mocha, & Black Currant.
Dark Truffle, Pecan Praline, Totally Fetch, Earl Grey, & Divinity.
Daylight swatches: Almond Truffle, Satin Sheets, Sprinkles, Molasses Chip, & Malted.
Flash swatches: Almond Truffle, Satin Sheets, Sprinkles, Molasses Chip, & Malted.
Daylight swatches: Cashew Chew, Cotton Candy, Café Au Lait, Bordeaux, Mocha, & Black Currant.
Flash swatches: Cashew Chew, Cotton Candy, Café Au Lait, Bordeaux, Mocha, & Black Currant.
Daylight swatches: Dark Truffle, Pecan Praline, Totally Fetch, Earl Grey, & Divinity.
Flash swatches: Dark Truffle, Pecan Praline, Totally Fetch, Earl Grey, & Divinity.

Compare Shades: Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons palette to the  Chocolate Bar, and Semi-Sweet palettes
Too Faced Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar, Chocolate Bar, and Chocolate Bon Bons Eyeshadow Palette. 
In this section I'm comparing the Chocolate Bon Bons palette to the original Chocolate Bar and Semi-Sweet shades. The shades are not dupes, and over all the similarity are only in the base shades you would use to finish a look rather then main lid shades.

Daylight swatches: Satin Sheets, Champagne Truffle, Butter Pecan. Sprinkles, Strawberry Bon Bon. Molasses Chip, Crème Brulee, Bon Bon.
Flash swatches: Satin Sheets, Champagne Truffle, Butter Pecan. Sprinkles, Strawberry Bon Bon. Molasses Chip, Crème Brulee, Bon Bon.
Satin Sheets, Champagne Truffle is a lighter more pink version of Butter Pecan.
Sprinkles is a bright warmer pink compared to Strawberry Bon Bon pale baby blue based pink.
Molasses Chip is a richer shade compared to Crème Brulee and less warm compared to Bon Bon.

Daylight swatches: Malted, Triple Fudge. Cashew Chew, Nougat. Bordeaux, Cherry Cordial.
Flash swatches: Malted, Triple Fudge. Cashew Chew, Nougat. Bordeaux, Cherry Cordial.
Malted is a lighter version of Triple Fudge but they share the same cool base tone.
Cashew Chew is a lighter version Nougat, which is a touch warmer and deeper compared to.
Bordeaux is a less burgundy based brown compared to Cherry Cordial.

Daylight swatches: Mocha, Mousse. Black Currant, Candied Violet. Dark Truffle, Cocoa Chili.
Flash swatches: Mocha, Mousse. Black Currant, Candied Violet. Dark Truffle, Cocoa Chili.
Mocha is a rosy version of Mousse.
Black Currant is a much warmer and deeper purple compared to Candied Violet.
Dark Truffle is a less red based brown compared to Cocoa Chili.

Daylight swatches: Divinity, White Chocolate & Coconut Crème.
Flash swatches: Divinity, White Chocolate & Coconut Crème.
Divinity is a cooler lighter beige compare to White Chocolate but still darker compared to Coconut Crème.
Verdict:
These palette is what I consider the cool tone version of the Semi-Sweat palette. Also it technically has warm tone for the pops of colour, but those pink and purple leans cooler into the blue spectrum and the neutrals for the most part lean cooler as well.

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