Co­coa loco

In­dulge your Easter cravings with these choco­late beauty treats

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GLOW GETTER Swap bun­nies for bronzer (1) this Easter long week­end. In­fused with co­coa pow­der, these good­ies com­bine our two favourite things – choco­late and cheek­bones (2). Did we men­tion they’re choco­late scented? Sold!

EYE SPY Cho­co­holics, re­joice – this palette (11) houses 10 de­lec­ta­ble shades guar­an­teed to sat­isfy your sweet tooth and cre­ate a pretty smoky eye. For some­thing softer, smudge a choco­late shadow (6, 8) into your lash line only, and fin­ish with a coat of brown mas­cara (3) for a tasty tonal look.

LIP SER­VICE If you’re skip­ping the Easter treats, choco­late lip­stick is the next best thing. Brown lip­pie is a se­ri­ous make-up must-have this season, and these rich shades look – and smell! – good enough to eat (4,5, 7). They’re long-last­ing, ul­tra-hy­drat­ing and com­pletely calo­rie-free. All glam­our, zero guilt!

NAIL IT Every­thing should be cov­ered in choco­late this Easter, in­clud­ing your nails. Put away your pas­tels and opt for a deep, dark brown (10) – it’s a mod­ern, glam al­ter­na­tive to black, and it might just cam­ou­flage cheeky hands reach­ing into that bag of Easter eggs...

HEAVEN SCENT Luxe choco­late cas­ing and notes of heav­enly ca­cao make this spicy scent (9) the chic way to en­joy choco­late. With hints of vanilla over a to­bacco base, this uni­sex fra­grance is equal parts sweet and sexy, and it might be the only choco­late you’ll ac­tu­ally be will­ing to share with your man this Easter!

TIP “Choco­late make-up is my ab­so­lute fave,” says Lianna Perdis. “Not only is it the per­fect colour pal­ette for both day and night, it suits ev­ery skin tone, eye and hair colour.” 1 2 11 3

s ll a m S n a o J i k s w o k j a t R y il m E 1 Too Faced Dark Choco­late Soleil Bronzer $44 mecca.com.au 2 Bour­jois Delice de Poudre Con­tour­ing Duo $23 price­line.com.au 3 Sephora V For Vol­ume Mas­cara in Brown League $15 sephora.com.au 4 M.A.C...

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