This beautiful assortment of chocolate-inspired shades were formulated using real cocoa powder. Encased in a playful chocolate bar tin, the rich selection of the perfect browns, neutrals, and little pops of color appeal to every candy lover.
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Based on 2 Reviews, 7 Quick Reviews
The Good: Easy To Apply (5), Long-wearing (5), Easy-to-Use (5), Great Gift (5), Travel-friendly (5), Versatile (5), Buttery (2), Great Value (2), Creamy (1)
The In-Between: Buildable (4), Highly Pigmented (3)
The Bad: Powdery (6), Fall Out (4)
2 Written Reviews
By Julia 2 years ago.
Generally speaking, I love this palette. I'm not sure if it's quality or the fact that these colours are right up my alley and I haven't seen anything much like it on the market but I truly do. I really like the matte formula: I find that even though it isn't super pigmented it applies evenly, blends and wears very well. I use shade Divinity as a base for almost every single looks I do (it's either this or ABH Tempera, they're basically dupes) and I think it's a perfect colour for my NC15 complexion to lighten and open up the eye. Almond truffle and Pecan praline are quite sheer in pigmentation but I still really like them. Cashew chew is pretty similar to Divinity in my opinion and though it looks shimmery in the pan it looks quite matte on the lid. Other three mattes are also great. What I dislike about this palette is the shimmers with exception of Satin sheets (the one in the big pan) - it has beautiful, creamy shimmery formula, it's very pigmented and has almost no fallout. Other shimmers, in my opinion, vary from so-so (Molasses chip and Cafe au lait - not very pigmented, quite dry, have fallout) to pretty bad (Blackcurrant - beautiful in the pan but very powdery with glitter particles flying everywhere. If I'm using this shade I either have to start with my eyes or put something under them or I'm gonna have glitter all over my face). Sprinkles and Cotton candy are beautiful colours but I find them poorly pigmented, same applies too Totally fetch - it definitely requires some building up. Earl Grey also has a quite nice formula in my opinion with little fallout and nice pigmentation. I think it is a great cool neutral everyday palette with some pops of colour (which could've been better) and it's pretty easy to work with.
By Katie 2 years ago.
My absolute favourite holy grail palette - a gorgeous mix of warm and cool-toned shadows that I can use to create endless variety of looks. From natural work looks to dramatic gala looks, this palette can do it all - my favourite palette for travelling because of how versatile it is! I wish a few of the shades were a better quality, however, I'm able to work with them and blend them out.