Today I’m sharing one of my all-time favorite eye shadow palettes, the Too Faced Chocolate Gold palette. It never really got much hype, even during it’s release. It has some of the best metallic shadows I’ve ever tried! I’m actually quite surprised that it hasn’t gotten much hype. If you couldn’t already tell, I kinda love the palette. So let’s jump into the swatches and how the other shadows preformed.
According to the Too Faced website:
Take decadence to the next level with a luxurious gold and cocoa powder-infused eye shadow palette that smells as good as it looks. Have a major metallic moment with foiled shadows that are created with real gold for an epic high-shine finish that’s paired with rich, seductive mattes for coffee to cocktails wear. All shadows feature a soft, velvety texture with full coverage payoff. The entire palette is infused with skin-loving cocoa powder for a decadent chocolate scent.
The great thing about this palette is that the shadows are formulated without gluten and parabens and are cruelty free!
Here’s what the swatches look like:
These shadows are truely amazing. If you’re looking for pigmented, buttery, metallic shadows, look no further than this palette. The swatches above were done without wetting any of the shades, they look that great all on their own! The matte shades are the perfect neutrals to compliment all of the crazy metallic shadows. They are velvety and blend effortlessly onto the eyes. As usual, I used an eye shadow primer with all of these shadows but I did not wet any of them with water or any type of setting spray like Mac Fix+. The metallic shades are best applied with your fingers but can also be applied beautifully with a brush. A couple of the darker shades had a slight bit of fallout but nothing too serious. I just used a little bit of loose setting powder on a powder brush to dust away the fallout.
These are some eye looks I’ve done with this palette:
This is an amazing palette and I highly reccomend it! The quality is amazing and the shadows are so easy to apply and blend.
Have you tried this palette? If so, what did you think of it? Let em know in the comments.
Until next time,