Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Palette

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I was so happy to receive the Too Faced Semi-Sweet Chocolate palette as a Christmas gift. That quickly put me on the Too Faced Chocolate everything bandwagon. The Chocolate Bon Bons palette was not far behind. I got it and have been using it like crazy! 

The Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons palette is the third palette to in the Chocolate bar series of palettes. This palette contains 16 shades that, like the other chocolate palettes, smell of chocolate. There are 14 smaller heart-shaped shades and 2 larger, highlighter type shades. There's also a How-To Glamour Guide showing how to create three different looks using this palette. I don't usually pay attention to those, but they can be a nice starting point if you don't know what to do with your palette.

From the Ulta website - Shades:
Cotton Candy (iced bubblegum pink)
Almond Truffle (matte mauve)
Pecan Praline (cool greige)
Mocha (matte suede)
Bordeaux (matte plum brown)
Sprinkles (gilded rose)
Totally Fetch (electric fuchsia pearl)
Dark Truffle (cherry cola shimmer)
Cashew Chew (satin nude)
Satin Sheets (golden pink)
Earl Grey (smokey sapphire)
Black Currant (deep metallic amethyst)
Malted (gilded cocoa)
Café Au Lait (metallic taupe)
Molasses Chip (metallic cocoa bronze)
Divinity (matte warm cream)

I find the color selection in this palette to be really interesting. This palette has neutrals that are a bit different than a typical nude palette, and there are some really fun colors. There's something for everyone in here. I really like the mix of mattes and shimmer shades with a couple of glittery shades thrown in. I will say that if you're someone who only wears neutrals and never strays into color territory, then this may not be the palette for you. There will be some colors that you will never wear. The color selection is perfect for anyone wanting to add a little more color to her eyes. 

Top Row: Almond Truffle, Satin Sheets, Sprinkles, Molasses Chip, Malted
Middle Row: Cashew Chew, Cotton Candy, Café au Lait, Bordeaux, Mocha, Black Currant
Bottom Row: Dark Truffle, Pecan Praline, Totally Fetch, Earl Grey, Divinity

When I first opened this palette, I was immediately drawn to Molasses Chip and Café au Lait. There's so much that you can do with a shimmery bronze and a taupe. The colors are pigmented and apply smoothly. Some of the more glittery shades do have some glitter fallout, but it wasn't as much as I was expecting, especially when I used Café au Lait. It doesn't make too much of a mess, and I can still see the glitter after I apply the shadow.

Here are some of the ways I have been using this palette.
Molasses chip - lid and lower lash line 
Malted - outer corner
Almond truffle - crease

Divinity - under brows 
Marc Jacobs Velvet Noir mascara *
Tarte skinny smolderEYES liner - Moonstone Brown
On my eyes:
Cotton candy - inner 1/3 of lid 
Totally fetch - center of lid 
Bordeaux - outer corner, in crease, & lower lash line  
Dark truffle - deepen outer corner 
Sprinkles - inner corner highlight 
Satin Sheets - under brows
Tarte Skinney SmolderEYES liner - Moonstone Brown
Marc Jacobs Velvet Noir Mascara *

On the rest of my face:
Laura Mercier Mineral Pressed Powder - Tender Rose

On eyes:
Café au Lait - lid
Black Currant - outer lid
Pecan Praline - crease
Divinity - under brows
On the rest of my face:

Café au Lait - lid
Earl Grey - outer corner & lower lash line 
Pecan Praline - crease 
Divinity - under brows 
Satin Sheets - inner corner highlight 
Marc Jacobs Highliner Eyeliner - Blacquer
Marc Jacobs Velvet Noir Mascara *

As you can see, I have been using this quite a lot. You can get so many fun looks out of this palette along with plenty of everyday options. I am having so much fun with this palette!

Do you have the Chocolate Bon Bons palette? Do you have a favorite Chocolate Bar palette from Too Faced? Another favorite palette I need to try? Let me know!
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Product marked with * was sent from Influenster for review purposes. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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