​First off, can I just start with how much I completely and am totally in love with this palette. There are endless eyeshadow looks that you can create. The palette smells like chocolate and is well just simply amazing. The shadows are extremely pigmented and blend flawlessly. You can build colors to add definition to your eyes.




​Step 4: Using Black Currant on a pencil brush start packing color on to your outer corner.

​Step 5: With a powder eyeshadow brush pack Café Au Lait on your lid.

​Step 3: On a pencil brush, dip your brush in Bordeaux and define your crease about 3/4 of the way in to start building definition.

​Step 6: Sweep black currant under your water line, add black liner to your lash line. I decided to add a wing and to your water line.

​This look can also be created with any similar colors.

Step 1: Start by using your favorite eyeshadow primer. I normally use Mac Painterly. Set in divinity.

​Step 2: Grab your blending brush and blend mocha in your crease, making sure to blend upward.

Black Currant too faced Chocolate Bon Bons inspired look

​Step 7: Curl your lashes and add mascara. If you really want to bump up this look add lashes.