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Valentine’s Makeup Tutorial ft. Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette

A few weeks ago, my friend Honey on youtube, came up with an awesome collab for Valentine’s.  We would each do a look with our Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette; I would be using the original Chocolate Bar for my look, and Honey would use her Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar for hers.

I was indecisive for a while as to what color scheme and placement I wanted to do.  I am glad I chose the look I will be sharing today.  The colors came together as I had hoped.  To see how I created my Valentine’s look, feel free to click the video below.

For my makeup look I used the following products:

– Too Faced Insurance Eye Primer

– Nyx Eye Shadow Base in Skintone

– The shadows Amaretto, Strawberry Bon Bon, Black Forest Truffle, Champagne Truffle, and White Chocolate from the Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette

– Urban Decay Dual 24/7 End Eyeliner (Venus/Crave) the Crave end

– L’Oreal Black Water Proof Manga Mascara

– Maybelline Baby Skin Pore Eraser

– Rimmel London Natural Bronzer in Sunlight

– Too Faced Sweet Heart blush in Candy Glow (the strip on the far right)

– Benefit’s High Beam Tint

– Too Faced Glamour Gloss in Flirt

– (not in the tutorial) Covergirl brow pencil in midnight brown and Salon Perfect Brow Sculpting Gel

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I really need to use this palette more often!!  It smells so delicious, and the shadows feel so soft, while I apply them.  It was great seeing how this look came together using it.  I want to thank Honey for inviting me to do this collab!! It was fun playing with Too Faced together!!!

To see her Valentine’s look using her Too Faced Semi-Sweet Chocolate Bar click on youtube click here (and for her blog post click here).

What kind of makeup looks do you all like to create for Valentine’s Day?  Have you tried either of the Too Faced Chocolate Palettes? What are your thoughts? What are your favorite romantic eye shadows? Please feel free comment below!!

❤ Beth.

FTC: I AM NOT BEING PAID BY ANY OF THE MENTIONED BRANDS FOR THIS POST. ALL THOUGHTS ARE MY OWN UNBIASED. ALL PRODUCTS (MINUS THE HIGH BEAM THAT I WON IN AN IPSY CHALLENGE) I BOUGHT WITH MY OWN MONEY. I GIVE MY HONEST OPINION.

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Cool Blues Makeup

Some weeks past, I ran into our neighbor lady and she saw my makeup and had asked if I had done a tutorial.  That day, I was just playing with some new Colour Pop shadows I had purchased.  I told her no, I had not.

I have been wanting to do something similar to share with everyone, as I also liked how it turned out.  To watch me create this icy, cool, blues makeup look, please feel free to watch the video below!

For my makeup look I used the following products:

– Coastal Scents Step 1 Eye Primer

– Maybelline Color Tattoo in Tenacious Teal (for eye shadow base)

– ColourPop Rex Super Shock Shadow

– ColourPop Sugar Super Shock Shadow

– Milani Bella Ivory Satin Matte Eye Shadow

(For brows, not demonstrated in the video, I used Covergirl brow pencil in Midnight Brown and Salon Perfect Brow Sculpting Gel.)

– Jordana 12 Hr Liquid Eyeliner Pencil in Black Point

– L’Oreal Voluminous Miss Manga Water Proof Mascara in Black

– Maybelline Baby Skin Instant Pore Eraser

– Rimmel London Natural Bronzer in Sun Light

– Maybelline Master Glaze in Make A Mauve

– wet n wild Fergie Rose Champagne Glow Shimmer Palette

– Rimmel London Kate Moss lipstick in #17

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I think my favorite part in this look is how the Colour Pop’s eye shadow, Sugar, reflects and brightens off of Rex.  I really like how it all came together!

What kind of makeup looks to you like to put together? Feel free to comment with your thoughts!!

❤ Beth.

FTC: I AM NOT REQUIRED TO POST THIS VIDEO/BLOG POST BY SAID COMPANIES. I AM NOT BEING PAID BY SAID COMPANIES FOR THIS VIDEO/BLOG POST. ALL PRODUCTS (MINUS THE COASTAL SCENTS BRUSHES USED IN THE TUTORIAL VIDEO – I WON THOSE IN A CONTEST)  WERE PURCHASED BY ME WITH MY OWN MONEY. I DO RECEIVE DISCOUNT, FROM COLOUR POP WHEN SOMEONE MAKES MENTION OF MYSELF, WHEN THEY PURCHASE, FROM THEM, FOR THE FIRST TIME. REGARDLESS, ALL THOUGHTS ARE MY OWN UNBIASED. I GIVE MY HONEST OPINION.

Sapphire Inspired Smokey Using the Too Faced Country Palette

I was simply enchanted when Too Faced released their Country eye shadow palette this year.  The selection of shadows beckoned to me, or so it seemed at the time – a perfect combination of neutrals and pastels!!  I just couldn’t resist purchasing this beauty (the packaging is just darling, to boot!!).  However, months later I realize I have used it maybe but once or twice; for shame!!!

Now with the summer season over, I will be deviating from its bright tones and reaching for neutrals, and other shades more suited for autumn and winter.  I believe shadows in this palette will be perfect to play with for this season, thus I will be implementing it more in some tutorials starting today.

I found inspiration in my birthstone (September), sapphire for this look.  To see how I created such a makeup look, please click the video below!

What I used:

– Too Faced Shadow Insurance Eye Primer

– Nyx Eye Shadow Base in Skintone

– Too Faced Country Eye Shadow Palette (the shadows Blue Bird, Nashville, and Cowboy Take Me Away)

– Maybelline Eyestudio Eye Shadow Duo in Downtown Denim (the light blue)

– Urban Decay Naked Basics Dual Eyeliner in Crave

– Too Faced Better Than Sex Mascara Black

– L’oreal Voluminous Miss Manga Mascara Black Brown

– Rimmel London Match Perfection 2-in-1 Concealer and Highlighter in 230 Fair/Light

– Maybelline Baby Skin Instant Pore Eraser

– Rimmel London Natural Bronzer in Sunlight

– EM Cosmetics Lipstick in Cabana Beige

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Most of the products in this tutorial are higher end. If you would like me to do a similar look with more affordable options, drugstore priced, please let me know.  I will be happy to accommodate my readers/viewers.

Have you tried the Too Faced country palette? What are your thoughts?  I would love to hear what you think of it!

 

– Beth.

 

FTC: I AM IN NO WAY AFFILIATED BY ANY OF THE SAID COMPANIES FOR THIS VIDEO/POST. ALL THOUGHTS ARE MY OWN UNBIASED. THE ITEMS WERE PURCHASED BY ME WITH MY OWN MONEY.

AUTHORS NOTE: THIS IS IN NOT A REVIEW.