Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette Comparison Essay

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Too Faced Cosmetics have a range of Eyeshadow Palettes and today I am going to be comparingthe Chocolate Bar Palette, the Semi-Sweet Chocolate Palette, the Chocolate Bon Bon’s Palette and the Sweet Peach Palette!!

I am going to go through and show you each palette individuallyand then at the end will show you swatch comparisons, tell you my overall thoughts on the palettes and reveal what palette is my favorite!!

Let’s do itbabes!!!!!!

Chocolate Bar Palette (Volume 1) 

The Chocolate Bar Palette is the first palette released in the line. It contains 16 shadesin matte, satin and shimmery finishes.

Chocolate Bar Palette (Volume 1) Swatches

Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar Palette (Volume 2)

The Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar Palette is the secondpalette that was released in the line. It contains 16 shades in both matte, satin and shimmery finishes and looks A LOTlike the above Chocolate Bar Palette, but does have some differentshades.

Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar Palette Swatches

Chocolate Bon Bons Palette (Volume 3)

TheChocolate Bon Bon Palette is the thirdpalette that was released in the line. It contains 16 shades in matte, satin and shimmery finishes. The Bon Bons Paletteis different than the two first palettes in that it has love heart shaped pans, and is pink, not brown. The material type is the same as the above palettes, it’s just a different color.

Chocolate Bon Bons Palette (Volume 3) Swatches

Sweet Peach Palette (Volume 4)

The Sweet Peach Palette is the fourth and latest palette released in the line. While it isn’t a chocolate bar palette, it has the exact same layout so I thought I would include it. TheSweet Peach Palettecontains 18 shades in Matte, Satin and Shimmery finishes. It has the same type of packaging as the rest of the palettes, but is orange (of course!).

Sweet Peach Palette Swatches

Palette Swatch Comparisons

Overall Thoughts/Conclusion

I am going to quickly talk aboutthe formula of the Too Faced Palettes. The palettes with this theme and layoutall have slightly different, but EXTREMELY similar formula’s and all work the same way. The slight chemical differences are so minor that you literally can’t physically notice ANY difference between the shades in ALL of the palettes when applying them. If you asked someone who hasn’t studied the ingredient list’s, they would for sure say they had the same formula. I like how Too Faced has this consistent formula because you know that you’re going to get good product.

In regards to what the formula is like, it is high quality. The shadows are pigmented – both the mattes and the shimmers- and apply and workon the eye amazingly. I don’t have anything bad to sayabout the formula, it is really good.

All of the palettes are infused with Cocoa Extract- except the Peach palette which is instead infused with Peach Extract-so they do have an artificial scent to them. This is pleasent to mebut may be over-bearing for someone who doesn’t like strong scents.

Overall, I do like the Too Faced Palettes, but they are a bit repetitive in terms of the shades you get in the palette’s. There are ALWAYS so many browns in every palette and I find it annoying AND repetitive. I know it is the ‘Chocolate’ theme they are following, but just because you have a theme doesn’t mean you should put so many unnecessaryshades in every palette you release.

Do you need all of these palettes?? Unless you’re a makeup collection, NOT AT ALL. Specifically, if you like the first two palettes – The Chocolate Bar and The Semi-Sweet Chocolate BarPalette – pick one you like more and skip the other, because they are just wayyyyy too alike for you to need both (unless you want them of course). The third palette – Chocolate Bon Bon Palette-  is more different than the first two palettes (even though it does still have some similar shades to them) and the Sweet Peach Palette is also very different, so you would get value out of buying both but again, make sure you analyse the shades and see if you really need them a million times.

Sooooo What is My Favorite Too Faced Palette???

I really like the Chocolate Bon Bon Palette. The Chocolate Bon Bon Palette has such beautiful packaging and I could NOT say no to the pink theme. It also contains soo many pretty shades that appeal to me and my tastes.

I also like the Sweet Peach Palette. The Sweet Peach Palette is unique in a way and contains a varietyof beautiful shades. There are still a lot of similarities between the shade scheme and the other palette’s, but it is different enough from the rest to make me like it..

What is you’re favourite Too Faced EyeshadowPalette?? What one do you want to try?? Let me know in the comments belowbabes!!

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Too Faced The Chocolate Bar Eye Palette Review, Photos, Swatches

Too Faced The Chocolate Bar Eye Palette

Too Faced The Chocolate Bar Eye Palette ($49.00 for 0.62 oz.) contains sixteen eyeshadows from pale beige to deep bronze, from matte to frost. The smaller eyeshadows are 0.03 oz. each, while the two larger ones are 0.10 oz. each. This palette will launch exclusively at Sephora on December 19th (though it is listed online now, but it is not in stock, and it was previously available for sale–I believe my mistake a couple of weeks ago). As far as I can tell, it’s permanent.  The entire palette smells like sweet cocoa when you open it. The quality varies from shade to shade, with some being beautifully rich in pigment and soft, buttery, and dense in texture, and then there are a couple of misses that are rather powdery, sheer, or a combination of the two. Overall, the palette is more of an adventure in darker, smokier neutrals with a couple of curve balls (pale pink, deep purple), so depending on your stash of neutral palettes, this may be superfluous.  Most of the eyeshadows wore well for around eight hours, with some of the powdery ones fading sooner.

One thing I wish Too Faced would change about how they do their palettes is either include truly, all-brand-new shades or not be afraid to include a shade from a previous release. I’d rather know it’s the same (or have it just be the same) than a 1/4 of a shade different with a new name. When you release large eyeshadow palettes frequently, I know you’re going to have a repeat; that’s okay! just tell us about it! We don’t want to see the same five shades regularly repeated, but it’s not a deal-breaker if a couple make a reappearance.

Gilded Ganache is a dark chocolate brown with warm, caramel undertones and a yellowed bronze shimmer. It had good color payoff, and the texture was soft without being powdery. I had minor fall out when I wore this shade. Makeup Geek Utopia (P, $6.99) is more glittery. Too Faced Yule Log (LE) is very similar. MAC Brownluxe #4 (P) is more muted. Urban Decay Snakebite (LE, $18.00) is lighter. Chanel Topkapi #1 (LE) is not quite as warm-toned. See comparison swatches

White Chocolate is a warm-toned, pale beige with a matte finish. It had good pigmentation, and the texture was soft, blendable, but not powdery. There are so, so many shades just like this, including many by Too Faced as they’ve released their palettes. See comparison swatches.

Milk Chocolate is a medium-dark, subtly warm-toned brown with reddish-yellow undertones and a matte finish. It had nice pigmentation, applied smoothly, and was easy to blend out on the lid. Makeup Geek Frappe (P, $5.99) is warmer. Chanel Charming #2 (LE) is slightly cooler-toned. Too Faced Chocolate Milk (LE) is a touch lighter. Wet ‘n’ Wild To Muse and Carouse #2 (LE) Urban Decay Beware (LE, $18.00) theBalm Allegro (P, $16.00) MAC Moleskin (LE, $15.00) Inglot #357 (P, $6.00) See comparison swatches.

Black Forest Truffle is a burgundy-brown with burgundy and bronze sparkle and shimmer. It had a drier, slightly gritty, texture while the color payoff was semi-opaque. Makeup Geek Burlesque (P, $5.99) is lighter, warmer. Sleek MakeUP Sunset #7 (P, $9.99) is more metallic. Disney by Sephora Chateau (LE) is browner. theBalm Alice Copper (P, $16.00) is cooler-toned, brighter. Urban Decay Roach (P, $18.00) is very similar. Estee Lauder Violet Underground #2 (LE, $21.00) is richer. Le Metier de Beaute Bordeaux (P, $30.00) is slightly brighter, more metallic. See comparison swatches.

Triple Fudge is a deep, dark brown with subtle neutral-to-warm undertones and a matte finish. It had fairly good color payoff that’s more buildable when applied to the lid than it seems to appear initially. Laura Mercier Espresso (LE) is slightly cooler-toned. bareMinerals Boardroom (LE) is also a bit cooler-toned. Inglot #326 (P, $6.00) is similar. See comparison swatches.

Salted Caramel is a warm-toned, muted, medium orange with hints of brown and a matte finish. It had excellent color payoff, but the texture was so soft that it turned powdery. MAC Tete-a-Tint (P, $15.00) is darker, warmer. Makeup Geek Creme Brulee (P, $5.99) is similar. MAC Layin’ Low (P, $18.50) is lighter, cream product. MAC Soft Brown (P, $15.00) is darker. See comparison swatches.

Marzipan is a warm, peachy-orange with a frosted, slightly metallic, finish. It had good color payoff, and the texture was soft and fairly smooth. As a FYI, Too Faced included a shade called “Marzipan” in their Bon Bons palette, but this isn’t the same–the previously-released Marzipan was matte. bareMinerals Ball Gown (LE) is slightly lighter. Makeup Geek Cinderella (P, $5.99) is less frosted. MAC All That Glitters (P, $15.00) is more golden. See comparison swatches.

Semi-Sweet is a medium-dark brown with warm, reddish undertones and a matte finish. The texture was soft, but a little dry and a smidgen powdery, and the pigmentation reflected that as it was semi-opaque. Laura Mercier Truffle (P) is very similar. NARS Self Portrait 3 #1 (LE, $24.00) is darker. MAC Brown Script (P, $15.00) is redder in tone. Inglot #360 (P, $6.00) is similar. Inglot #357 (P, $6.00) is yellower in tone. See comparison swatches.

Strawberry Bon Bon is a cool-toned, light-medium pink with a matte finish. It was soft, blendable, and had good color payoff. NARS Bouthan #1 (P, $24.00) is lighter. Benefit Pause for Applause (P, $20.00) is slightly purpler. Benefit Pinky Swear (P, $20.00) is similar. Inglot #319 (P, $6.00) is brighter, cooler-toned. See comparison swatches.

Candied Violet is a smuted, smoky violet with cool undertones and multi-colored shimmer. It was very dry and stiff to work with, and the color payoff was sheer. It didn’t work better on the lid either–harder to blend and not buildable at all. Too Faced Jingle All the Way Eyeshadow #6 (LE) is brighter. Sleek MakeUP Romance in Rome (LE, $9.99) is cooler-toned. Urban Decay Voodoo (LE, $18.00) is also cooler-toned. theBalm Lavish Latoya (LE, $16.00) is similar. Urban Decay Half Truth (LE, $18.00) is darker, cooler-toned. See comparison swatches.

Amaretto is a warm-toned, medium-dark brown with reddish tones and a frosted sheen. It had good pigmentation, and the texture was soft and buttery to the touch. Clarins The Essentials #9 (LE) is very similar. Too Faced Brown Sugar (LE) is darker, less red-toned. MAC Her Cocoa #4 (LE, $15.00) is nearly identical. MAC Divine Decadence (LE, $15.00) is darker, richer. Disney by Sephora Chateau (LE) is less warm-toned. MAC Twinks (P, $15.00) is lighter, yellower in tone. MAC Sable (P, $15.00) is similar. Benefit Dandy Brandy (P, $18.00) is also similar. See comparison swatches.

Hazelnut is a medium-dark, golden bronze with a soft, frosted sheen. The texture was soft but slightly powdery, and it had good color payoff. Chanel Charming #3 (LE) is less frosted, slightly warmer-toned. MAC Her Cocoa #3 (LE, $15.00) is very similar. Illamasqua Dart (P) is a cream product, darker.Urban Decay Ambush (LE, $18.00) is more frosted. Edward Bess Cosmic Bliss #4 (P, $30.00) is similar. Dior Golden Savannah #2 (LE) is also similar.See comparison swatches.

Creme Brulee is a darkened gold with warm undertones and a rich, metallic finish. This shade had excellent pigmentation, and the texture was soft and buttery–one of the best shades in the palette. Maybelline Downtown Brown (P, $6.99) is less metallic. Benefit Thanks a Latte (P, $20.00) is more muted. See comparison swatches.

Haute Chocolate is a slightly muted, dark chocolate brown with warm, reddish undertones and a frosted finish. It had fantastic color payoff, and the texture was so rich and smooth. Too Faced Brown Sugar (LE) is similar, less metallic. theBalm B4 (LE, $16.00) is cooler-toned, less frosted. MAC Friendly (LE, $15.00) is warmer. Inglot #421 (P, $6.00) is warmer. See comparison swatches.

Cherry Cordial is a warm-toned, plummy brown with flecks of sparkle over a matte base. It had semi-opaque color payoff, and the texture was a bit dry and powdery. bareMinerals Stiletto (LE) is darker. Laura Mercier Kir Royal (P) is similar. Too Faced Soiree (LE) is slightly darker. NARS New York (P, $24.00) is more muted, matte. See comparison swatches.

Champagne Truffle is a brightened, pink-tinged white with a golden sheen and metallic finish. It had good pigmentation, and the texture was fairly soft. Too Faced Coquet (LE) is very similar. Kat Von D Instaglam (LE) is also similar. Disney by Sephora Treasures Untold (LE) is also comparable. bareMinerals Glitterati (LE) is slightly pinker. See comparison swatches.


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