Thursday, 18 February 2016

Too Faced Bon Bons Palette*

When people ask me what my favourite brand of makeup is, I always say Too Faced. Last year I decided to invest in both the original and the semi sweet chocolate bar palette. I fell in love with both of them but I preferred the semi sweet palette since it was a lot warmer in tones. However, I was recently sent the newest of the collection and I absolutely LOVE the new Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Palette.*

This eyeshadow palette is very Spring and Summer appropriate with lots of pink and lilac tones it is a great addition to your collection for the warmer months. The packaging of this palette is identical to the two previous palettes in a hard case tin with magnetic closure. The packaging itself is a baby pink colour with indented love heart pattern which replicates what the eyeshadow pans inside look like. The 'Too Faced' logo is embossed in a chocolate brown shade at the top left hand corner. This eyeshadow palette contains 16 shadows ranging from matte, satin, shimmery and glittery eyeshadows. This palette retails for £39. I personally get a lot of use out of this palette however if you already own the previous two palettes, this palette may not be necessary to purchase. 

Shade Descriptions
Almond Truffle - Matte warm brown with mauve undertones 
Satin Sheets - Glittery/Shimmery peach champagne with pink/gold reflects 
Sprinkles - Shimmery light pink shade with silver reflects
Molasses Chip - Shimmery warm copper brown
Malted - Cool toned mid-tone brown 
Cashew Chew - Matte warm beige 
Cotton Candy - Shimmery mid tone bright pink 
Cafe Au Lait - Shimmery taupe
Bordeaux - Matte warm chocolate brown with burgandy tones 
Mocha - Matte warm chocolate brown 
Black Currant - Shimmery Black current shade with silver shimmer
Dark Truffle - Shimmery deep brown 
Pecan Praline - Matte cool toned taupe with grey undertones 
Totally Fetch - Matte saturated bright pink (very similar to simply marlena from MakeupGeek)
Earl Grey - Shimmery turquoise blue with grey tones
Divinity - Matte cream 

My favourite shades in the palette which I have been using daily are Cashew Chew for a light transition shade, Almond Truffle for adding more depth through the crease, Bordeaux for adding shade in the outer V of the eye and then Satin Sheets in the centre of the eyelid and the inner corner for highlighting purposes. 

*PR sample



  1. Satun sheets looks really pretty would be perfect to get this palette, love you xxxxx<3

  2. Those photos are the cutest! This palette looks gorgeous - I knew the packaging was super cute and girly but didn't realise quite how beautiful and buttery the shades are! Honestly no idea how you could pick favourite shades as I'd love them all! xxx

    Jasmine ||

    1. It was tough haha but those shades are deffo my favourites:) thanks for commenting gorg xxx

  3. Too Faced is such an amazing brand. My favourite products are definitely the Milk Chocolate Soleil Bronzer & Chocolate Eye Palette.
    Emmy | Emmys Beauty Cave | Bloglovin

  4. This is such a gorgeous palette, I want it so bad! I have the Natural Eyes palette and the quality is amazing, love Too Faced!

    Danielle's Beauty Blog

    1. I want to pick that one up! Thanks for commenting xxx

  5. I love too faced,I just picked up this palette and looking forward to road testing it this weekend! I also have the full bronzer wardrobe which is just heaven, so have high hopes for this now!
    Love, Lucy
    Lucy Loves

  6. This looks gorgeous having seen the swatches! I think the one or two bright shades I wouldn't wear were throwing me off but I would definitely wear 99% of these and I love Too Faced's eyeshadow formula xx

    Jasmine Talks Beauty

    1. I'm the exact same!:) the quality is amazing!! Xx


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