Totally Fetch/Earl Gray – Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Palette Look #2

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Hello my beauties,

My look for today is more on the edgy smoky side with a pop of color using the new Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons palette. Personally for myself, I love using one palette for my looks because it’s more affordable than using random pieces from all different brands. So here I am, making use of how many looks I can create with just one palette. You will see more posts in the future, but for now I’m going to show you how to use Totally Fetch in a smokey look!

Brushes used for this eye look:
IT BRUSH FOR ULTA 105 Blending Brush for transition
Mac 217 crease blending brush
Mac 219 pencil brush to apply dense colors
IT BRUSH FOR ULTA smudge brush for lower lashline

Complexion:
Hourglass mineral primer
Too faced Born This Way foundation in Warm Beige
Urban decay Naked Skin Concealer in Med-Light
RMS beauty unpowder
100 percent pure blush in Pretty Naked
Hourglass Radiant Bronze Light Bronzer
Kat Von D contour kit in Sombre and Shadowplay
TheBalm Mary Loumanizer Highlighter

Eyes:
Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow wiz in dark brown to outline, Dark brown powder duo to fill, and clear gel to set
Mac Soft Ochre Paint Pot

Using Too Faced Chocolate Bon Bons Palette:
Divinity, to set eye primer
Mocha, transition shade
Earl Gray, crease shade as well as outer and inner corner of the eye and lower lashline
Totally Fetch, in the middle lid and middle lower lashline
Black Currant, to blend Earl Gray and Totally fetch together
Satin Sheets, for Brow Bone and Inner Corner
Sometimes I go back with Mocha, to further blend out harsh lines

Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper
House of Lashes falsies in Temptress Wispies
Urban Decay Zero eyeliner for waterline

Lips:
Nyx Mauve lip liner
Jeffree Star liquid lipstick in Celebrity Skin

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