Too Faced: Chocolate Bon Bon Eye Shadow | Review


I know I am extremely late on the Bon Bon bandwagon but I just so happened to receive the new Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bon eye shadow palette for my birthday. I squealed when I opened this! I have been wanting it for ages but was never truly sure it would suit me and how wrong was I? So very wrong. 

This palette is one of the new and permanent eye shadow palettes launched by Too Faced in the Spring 2016 collection. Including 16 eye shadows in different sweetie hues, ranging from dark browns to pop pinks. 

Apparently this is one of the third chocolate inspired palettes to join the Too Faced chocolate themed collection. As there has previously been two more which have been released over the past two years and those are the Semi-Sweet chocolate palette and also the Chocolate Bar eye shadow palette

I cannot really find any faults with this palette because I think it is perfect. Since this is my first palette by Too Faced I am pleased that it was this one. 

The design using little hearts is very nostalgic and reminds me of a grown up version of make up you would have had when you were little! The packaging is lovely too, I love how it screams girly and delicious at the same time. 

This palette comes in a lovely pink compact with cute hearts plastering the front and opens revealing 14 heart shaped eye shadows and the other two rectangular eye shadows. All differ from matte and shimmery shades to finish. Cute candy themed names are given to each particular shade and written underneath each eye shadow. 

The eye shadows are very pigmented and excellent for blending. Plus there is many neutral shades here, ones you can use on an everyday basis. This palette does come with a little guide to help you get started on how to use the Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bon palette so not to worry. 

The quality for the ones I have used so far are brilliant, I am impressed. I will be buying more from Too Faced. They are definitely worth the money! Especially knowing I have a good palette which will not let me down now! 

Also the whole palette smells like chocolate too and it's gorgeous! People really were not lying when they said these palettes were scented!  

Available here on the official Too Faced website (£37) or here in the UK at Debenhams (£39).


xo








Marc Jacobs Daisy Dream Blush EDT Spray (Limited Edition)



I spotted this fragrance the other week on my travels and the first thing I thought was "Since when did Marc Jacobs release a new fragrance?" then I did my own little bit of research and found out this this one is actually limited edition. I did end up smelling it a few times in Boots before finally purchasing. I am so glad I did!


"Daisy Blush is intended for the sophisticated Daisy girl. Floral notes of honeysuckle and lily of the valley are combined with delicate mimosa to create an elegant, fresh interpretation of spring."




It's a very strong scent actually. The composition includes a very fresh but spicy tinge as the top coat, followed by a heart possibly water lily, violet and citrus. It isn't light or feathery like the previous Daisy dream perfumes either. 

I think this one is probably the strongest out of them all. I think this fragrance would be best suited for occasions just to give you that delicious flare rather than be an everyday perfume. It's just my personal opinion though. I do find this heavier (in a good way!). 

It lasts for around four to six hours. I have tried it and I could smell it when I came home from university. So it lasts fairly well. 

As for the design. It's just beautiful and probably why I was so drawn to it. Pink of course! But it is gorgeous, similar to the previous two Daisy dream perfume bottles obviously as only the colour seems to have changed. Still, I'm not complaining. It's super girly, very suited to the new spring season and floral... how ground breaking! 


I do recommend this fragrance to any Marc Jacobs lover. I have read some other reviews on websites and there is mixed feelings about this particular one. If you see it, then try it. It's worth a sniff! 

xo