Too Faced White Chocolate Bar is a limited edition eye palette that retails for $49.00 and contains 0.54 oz.
Too Faced White Chocolate Bar Chocolate Bar Eye Palette ($49.00 for 0.42 oz.) is a new, limited edition eyeshadow palette that is available for Rouge/VIB members from 11/21 to 11/22 and then releases for everyone on at 11/23. It's one of Too Faced's worst palettes, and it's still a mediocre, not-worth-$5 palette used over their own primer. The formula used in this palette is so dry that shades are often dusty, chalky, or powdery (or some mix) with many shades applying with little pigmentation, sheering out as soon as they're touched, and have little wear time (even over primer!).
This palette was a head-scratcher: I have no idea why Too Faced would release this palette when their White Chocolate Chip Palette from last year was one of the brand's worst palettes... ever (my review here). Even retailer reviews on it were pitiful, 37% of Sephora reviewers rated it 1-star with 64% rating it 3-stars or below; and it's rare to see such low average ratings (2.7/5 for last year's White Chocolate Chip) on any products on Sephora--the infamous Anastasia Subculture is rated 3.7/5.
The palette shares the bulk of its shades with last year's palette, and there was little to no room for improvement from palette to palette, so this seemed like it was just a waste of time and money for all involved. It's actually more frustrating to see a brand completely disregard customer feedback. It makes me feel like the brand doesn't care, takes no pride in their products, and has no desire to improve their products.
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.