Swatches: Too Faced Love Flush Blush Palette

The Too Faced Love Flush blush palette ($36)
The packaging is cute and simple, a little on the cheap side, but it’s okay. It comes with 6 blushes. All of them were smooth and pigmented. The only thing is that, I don’t feel like these are unique shades. They are very dupe-able.

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Close up of the shades.
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Please keep in mind these blushes are tiny!! It’s exactly the same size as the Prestige Total Intensity single shadows (0.07oz or 2.0g).
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I also used NYX Prismatic single eyeshadow as reference for those who don’t own any Prestige.
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Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bon Swatches & Quick Review

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The Chocolate Bon Bon is the third installment of the Chocolate Bar series from Too Faced. Like all of the Chocolate Bar Palettes, this palette will also cost  $49 for 16 shadows.
The packaging is about the same except for the pink color and the heart-shaped theme.

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(Dark Truffle, Pecan Praline, Totally Fetch, Earl Grey, & Divinity)


Most of the shadows were soft, blendable, buildable, and pigmented except for: Black Currant (Shimmery Purple) and Totally Fetch ( Hot Pink). Those two shades were lacking a little in pigmentation but you can definitely build them up.

Overall: I really do like this palette. Definitely a great palette to have. But is it the best out of all three? Personally, I still think the original is the best.