Browns with Pop of Purple Using Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette Tutorial

Here's a one palette tutorial using the Too Faced Chocolate bar. It's a neutral look with a pop of purple on the lower lash line to make it a little more fun. If you wanna create this look then just follow along!

Pop of Purple Using Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palette Tutorial

Start with priming your lids. I am using NARS Pro Prime.

Apply White Chocolate (matte, off white) as a base shadow. I use a Sigma Large Fluff E50 to apply.

Apply Milk Chocolate (matte, light brown) to the crease blending upwards. I am using a Sigma E38 Diffused Crease for this step.

To add a bit of Triple Fudge (mostly matte, deep brown with olive undertones) just to the crease. I used a Sigma E25 Blending Brush to apply and blend.

Apply Hazelnut (shimmer, cool medium brown) to the inner and outer third of the lid. I use a Mac 242 to apply.

Apply Creme Brulee (shimmer, gold) wet with a Mac 242 and while it's still wet blend the edges out with a Sigma E25 Blending.

If you want a bit more definition add some Triple Chocolate to the lash line.

Using a pencil brush apply Milk Chocolate to the lower lash line.

Apply a bit of Sephora Nono Liner in Plumb or anything that will help the next shadow stick a bit more.

Using a pencil brush add Candied Violet (violet shimmer with silver micro glitter) to the lower lashline.

Add some mascara and lashes and you're done!