Bronzed & Peachy: Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette

 Hello loves!
I am in love with the Chocolate Bar palettes from Too Faced! They each have a perfect combination of shimmery and matte shadows! I wanted to create a cat eye paired with lots of peach tones {my favorite}. I went for a peach cut-crease and glimmer lid using this fabulous palette and a few other new products I am enjoying! I am wearing the Lily Lashes for this look in the style “Tehran”. These are a new style of lashes for me, they are wispy and long, and the band is super comfortable and not too thick! See full products below…

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Products used: {Click link below to purchase}

Shadows: Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette: “Marzipan” on eyelid {shimmer pearl} | “Salted Carmel” in cut-crease {tan shimmer} | “Champagne Truffle” on the inner tear duct for shimmer |
Liner: Motives liquid liner luxe precision – thick cat wing liner applied to top lash line for ultimate chic style.
Lashes: Lily Lashes in “Tehran” – a thick pieced out false lash made with real human hair

Primer: theBalm Time Balm – This product is really amazing for priming the skin, gives the skin a powerless effect.
Foundation: Elcie Cosmetics  “Warm Ivory”– Applied with a damp beauty blender all over skin for a flawless smooth finish
Concealer: Amazing Cosmetics “Fair” – applied with beauty blender under the eyes to brighten and conceal
Powder: Frankie Rose “Olive” – Pressed into the skin all over face to set foundation {Code: FrankieJadey15}
Contour: NYX Contour Kit – See full post on this HERE
Highlight: MAC Soft & Gentle – shimmery perfection added to cheekbones 
Blush: theBalm Instain “Swiss Dot”  – an orange/peach blush
Lips: Gerard Lipgloss: “Salmon”

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Comments

  1. Adalgisa❤️ says:

    Hey ! Do you have a YouTube channel ?

  2. What did you use to get that shimmery mica effect on the lid? My Marzipan definitely doesn’t come off that shimmery, but I would love it to. Even when I use it wet it just becomes metallic/pearly!

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