Spring Makeup | Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons 

It is officially Spring!  Time for fresh faced dewy skin, golden shadows, and pink lips!  I have been using my Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons palette nonstop lately, and I thought I would share a pretty everyday makeup look with you using this beautiful palette.I always like to start off with eyes, in case of any fallout.  I love this palette so much, and I have a full review here for it.  

First, I like to use a light shadow all over my lid and up into the crease.  I find that doing this helps the other eyeshadows to blend better on top.  I used a light tan called Cashew Chew, and blended it all over the lid with a fluffy blending brush.  

Next, I like to do my transition color, so I took Almond Truffle, which is a darker tan color and applied that to my crease and outer v.  This will give the look more depth.  

I then took the color Mocha, a deep matte brown, and deepened up my crease with that shade and a small crease brush.  

On the lid, I used Molasses Chew, which is a bronze-y gold shimmery color.  I packed that color all over the lid with a flat shader brush.  

To make the outer v of my eye even darker, I used the shade Dark Truffle, which is a deep shimmery chocolate brown.  I concentrated this color only on the outside and blended, blended, blended.

For the inner corner of my eye, I used a shimmery light pink called Cotton Candy and focused that right on the inner corner of each eye.  I really like how this color really brightens up my eyes.

Under my lower lashline, I like to drag a shimmery color, so I used Dark Truffle and packed it underneath my lower lashes.

   I started off with moisturized skin,  sprayed myself with a little MAC Fix +, and then applied the Loreal Magic Lumi Light Infusing Primer.  This primer adds a glowy look to the skin and helps foundation to apply smoother.

For foundation, I used the Dior Star Foundation and applied that to my face with a damp Beauty Blender.  This is a lightweight foundation that brightens and gives a dewy finish.  I’m not looking for matte skin today, so I didn’t set this with a powder. 

For concealer, I used the Maybelline Instant Age Rewind Dark Circle Concealer in Brighten for my undereyes, and followed that with the NARS Radiant Creamy Concealer.  

I used the UD Naked Flushed Palette in Native, and took the bronzer shade with a fluffy brush to warm up the perimeter of my face, applied the baby doll pink blush to my cheeks, and a little (ok, a lot) of the highlight shade on the tops of my cheekbones.  Gotta get that glow.

For my brows, I used the Loreal Brow Stylist Definer Pencil to fill in my brows lightly, and used the spoolie on the other end to comb the color through.

I then curled my lashes, applied one coat of the Maybelline Lash Sensational Mascara, and popped on my favorite daytime lashes, Red Cherry 213’s.

To help conceal the lashband, I always like to apply a liquid liner.  Today I used the Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper (matte black), and then I used the Rimmel Scandaleyes pencil in brown on my lower waterline.

For my lips, I used one of my favorite pink colors, Maybelline Colorsensational Lipstick in Make Me Pink, and topped that color off with my Dior Lip Maximizer.

Here is the finished look!  Fresh, glowy, and perfect for spring!


Thanks for reading! xx

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