Makeup Revolution: Brand New Chocolate Palette? 

If you’ve been on any form of social media recently you may have spotted the Too Faced Chocolate Bar Palettes which are scented and simply divine. If you’re someone who likes to shop smart, or if you’re part of the revolution, you may have come across the Makeup Revolution Chocolate Bar Palettes. With 2 direct dupes for the Too Faced Palettes and 5 other chocolate bar palettes which are simply gorgeous, these lightly scented, buttery shadows are only £7.99 each – a fraction of Too Faced prices.

Salted Caramel and I Heart Chocolate are direct dupes of the Too Faced Palettes Semi Sweet and Chocolate Bar.
Death By Chocolate and Naked Chocolate are a must have for any chocolate fan.
Pink Fizz and Chocolate Vice aren’t Too Faced dupes. However Pink Fizz has the feel of the Bon Bon palette and Chocolate Vice has loads of peachy tones like the Sweet Peach palette.

So what’s coming next? Today Makeup Revolution posted this cheeky photo to their Instagram, stating this brand new chocolate palette will be out in August.

Well all we know is that this palette is going to be hot pink. Most importantly, what does this even mean? Reading comments, a lot of people are asking for a dupe of the Too Faced Bon Bon Palette. I think that is a strong possibility and I would absolutely love that. But I think the baby pink packaging of Pink Fizz would suit it much better. The deeper pink outer packaging makes me feel like it could be a dupe of the Too Faced Peanut Butter & Jelly Palette with the addition of extra shades. Personally, I would prefer that over a Bon Bon dupe. It could even be an in house palette and honestly I would love that too. Whatever the shades, I think this palette is going to be epic and all I can say is roll on August! Have you collected the other chocolate bar palettes? Will you be adding this one to your collection? What do you think this palette will look like? Share your ideas in the comments below.

Emily Mae x

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