Today I’ve got the Too Faced Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar palette, along with the Spring 2015 collection, to share with you. I also made a video to share the collection and do a comparison between the original Chocolate Bar and the new Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar.
Too Faced Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar and Spring 2015 Review
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$49 – Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar
$34 – Soul Mates Blushing Bronzer
$35 – Better Than False Lashes Extreme
$34 – Cocoa Powder Foundation
$32 – Hangover Primer (silicone free, water based)
$21 – Melted Lipsticks (vegan)
On the left side of the picture I have Too Faced Cocoa Powder Foundation in Fair on my skin. On the right side I’m wearing no foundation. Fair is darker than my skintone. I believe the Cocoa Powder Foundation actually launched with Fall and not Spring.
Carrie & Big
Light to medium bronzer with slight shimmer combined with the perfect pop of coral blush
Ross & Rachel
Medium to deep bronzer with slight shimmer combined with the perfect pop of pink blush
I really adore the packaging for the bronzing hearts! It’s so cute! I also love the design in the powder…
I’ve got a confession to make. I was never a Friends fan. I didn’t care about Ross and Rachel. I watched some of Sex and the City, so I did like Carrie & Big.
If you have extremely pale skin like I do, you will find these too dark and orange. However, if you’re in the more normal range of foundation shades, they will probably be quite flattering.
In my video I compare Sugar & Peony, Frosting & Nude, Strawberry & Ruby, Velvet and Berry.
I feel like Velvet and Berry are close. I love Strawberry and I think it’s a much brighter red than Ruby. Ruby is a great blue-toned red. I found both Frosting and Sugar surprisingly wearable. I wasn’t sure if they would look good on me because they’re so light. Sometimes colors like that (ones that verge on pastel), make me look strange.
All eyeshadow swatches are on primer.
Row 1 – Butter Pecan – Blueberry Swirl – Puddin’ – Hot Fudge
Row 2 – Coconut Cream – Nougat – Rum Raisin – Licorice
warm light gold metallic with a hint of peach
cool dark blue shimmer on a grey base, reminds me of dark jeans
cool midtone brown matte
cool dark brown with charcoal shimmer
warm creamy light beige matte
warm creamy light peachy-beige matte
brown taupe metallic
Row 1 – Caramel – Bon Bon – Peanut Butter – Pink Sugar
Row 2 – Mousse – Truffled – Cocoa Chili – Frosting
warm golden copper metallic
warm peachy copper metallic
warm orangey-brown matte
warm sheer golden pink sparkles, this needs to be layered on top of other colors. It’s barely visible on my hand.
warm light milky brown matte
warm milk chocolate brown matte
warm dark brown matte with hints of gold
warm bronze metallic with brown undertones
Overall, I really can see why Too Faced calls this a caramel themed palette with all the peachy / copper / orange toned shades. Aside from Pink Sugar, which just kind of sucked, the rest of the colors were nice. I wish that Blueberry Swirl was more blue and less grey toned, but I think that also is what makes it perfect for people who are afraid of color!
My favorites from Spring are the eyeshadow palette and the Melted lippies. I can’t wait to try the other shades!
What do you think of the Too Faced Spring 2015 Collection?
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