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.
Close up of the shades.
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).
I also used NYX Prismatic single eyeshadow as reference for those who don’t own any Prestige.
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.
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.