First Impressions: Too Faced White Chocolate Chip Eyeshadow Palette

If you’ve read my Pay Day Haul you’ll know that I picked this up in TKMaxx for a bargain £16.99! I really love Too Faced palettes and as soon as I bought this I knew that I wanted to do a first impressions post on it. So, here we are, I’m going to swatch it, share my opinions on the shades and palette on a whole and do a little natural look with it.


I really love the packaging of this palette, I don’t own the White Choc or a Choc Chip palette so I’m so chuffed with this. It’s a really nice size, it’s dinky and perfect for a makeup bag. I love that it’s still got the full effect of the Chocolate Bar palettes but in a little size. So, let’s get into it…




This row features three shades, the first being a larger pan with the shade ‘Glaze’ which is a matte white which would be perfect for setting primer or base on the eyes or just on it’s own. That is followed by ‘Ambrosia’ a pale peachy shade, then ‘Exotica’ a shimmery pale brown shade which would look stunning on it’s own on the lid.


This row then goes to four shades. The first is an icey white shade called ‘Pearl Candy’ which is perfect to use an inner eye highlight and is VERY pigmented, I’m most impressed by this shade. Then there’s the shimmery pink shade called ‘Raspberry Rose’, then a grey/mauve glittery shade ‘Indulge’ which isn’t like my usual go to eyeshadow as it’s quite an unusual shade but I will definitely make use of this. Last on this row is ‘Guilt-Free’ a matte mauve/grey which I really like.


The last row starts with ‘Cake Batter’ and the name rings true to the shade as it really does look like cake batter! This is a pale peach shade which is right up my street, I can see myself making use of this one. Then there’s ‘Cookie Dough’ a subtle glimmer shade in a very pale brown, then ‘Sugared Raisin’ a beautiful glittery purple which is just stunning. Lastly is ‘Black Sugar’ a glittery black which is very pigmented, I very rarely (if never) use black eyeshadows but seeing how gorgeous this shade is makes me want to use it!



I started off by adding the first matte white shade all over the lid to set the primer and prepare my eyes for the other eyeshadows.


I then added the second shade on the first row all over my lid which is a very pale shade that is vey natural and subtle yet looks really effective.


I added a mix of the first and second shades from the last row and patted that all over the lid to add a bit more depth and colour to the lid. I’m going for a more natural, subtle eye look as this is what this palette is perfect for.

I finished the look off by adding some of the darker shades into my crease to pull the eye look together and add more depth to the eye. This perfected the look for me, I made sure to drag that in to the inner corner as well for the full effect then blended it out so it looked more natural.


So I went for a very natural look which I’m not used to really but I think it looked pretty and was still effective. I will definitely be recreating this in the future and will change it up using the different shades etc.

I’m a huge fan of this palette, it’s perfect for natural, day to day looks but has those one of shades which could transform a day look to night in a blend. I think the shades are beautiful, there’s a nice selection of glittery shades and matte ones in such beautiful colours. I will definitely be using this palette a lot, it’s a perfect size, has all the right shades and is another amazing product from Too Faced in my collection.

Thank you so much for reading, I hope you enjoyed it, I love me a good eyeshadow palette so these posts are what I live for!

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