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TARTE Tartelette Toasted Eyeshadow Palette

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flower child Ingredients: Talc, mica, silica, zinc stearate, boron nitride, ethylhexyl palmitate, sodium dehydroacetate, caprylyl glycol, phenoxyethanol, vanillin, caprylic/capric triglyceride, hexylene glycol, vanilla planifolia fruit extract, kaolin, carmine (CI 75470), titanium dioxide (CI 77891), iron oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), ultramarines (CI 77007), manganese violet (CI 77742). S’more: Described by the brand as a Pinky Beige color. This is a light warm beige shade in matte finish. The texture is buttery smooth and very finely milled. It works well as a matte highlight shade or to set the primer with it. It is a bit powdery – but not chalky. It has good pigmentation. Needed a bit of variation in tone with regards to the shimmer shades. Out of the 3 main shimmer shades, two are variations of copper. Could have done with a more rust toned shimmer or a even a slightly plum-my one.

I was so happy to see a Tartelette with more pink and rosy shades and like the other Tartelette eyeshadow palettes, the shades in Tartelette Juicy are coordinated so all the shades in each row can be used to create a stunning eye look. Tarte Tartelette Eyeshadow Palettes VerdictAfter putting this palette to the test for a while now, I wanted to share with you a full run-down review and if I think its worth the spend.

If you prefer rose tones, try our tartelette™ juicy palette. This gorgeous eye color palette palette is great if you're ready to level up & watch your shadow skills bloom. If you want warm shades, try tartelette™ toasted; this palette is like a bonfire with s'mores in a palette and is the perfect complement for a shimmering gloss lip look. For cooler tones, try tartelette™ matte. This palette is especially great if you have oily skin & prefer a matte finish. The best part about all of our tartelette™ palettes is that the 12 lid, crease & liner shades are arranged in coordinated rows for three easy looks. Of course, you can also mix & match the different shades & finishes until you find an eye look that suits you. Look 1 – This is the first look that I tried with the palette. Needless to say, it is full on warm shades from the palette – it’s all about the burnt orange and metallic bronze.

Urban Decay Heat Eyeshadow Palette launched a few short months ago and it definitely remains the warmest, richest, and most pigmented selection of fiery nudes around. It in fact might have you questioning of you need the Tarte Tartelette Toasted Eyeshadow Palette if you already own Heat. Latte: Described by the brand as a Tan. This is a light to medium brown with warm golden undertones and a matte finish. It is quite powdery – like Cashmere. It has good pigmentation. It can sheer out easily which is counter-productive if you are using it on the id – but great if you are using it as a transition shade.

There are three mid-toned shimmer shades in this palette, (Sunset, Flame & Simmer) and while they are all really beautiful, it would have been nice to see a bit more shade variety in the shimmers. The palette contains 3 light shades with different finishes, that can be used to highlight. As I love to wear matte’s on my brow bone and shimmer’s on my inner corner; S’more, Sunrise and Candle all fit the bill. This palette really offers a range of options, and can be easily transitioned from day to night looks. I have been starting most of my looks with Cashmere as a transition shade followed by Latte in my crease. This has been the most perfect duo to begin my looks, as it gives that perfect neutral base to compliment the rest of the shades in the palette Sunset: Described by the brand as a bronze color. This is a medium golden copper shade with a metallic sheen. It is smooth and creamy with good pigmentation. Works very well all over the lid with a darker shade in the crease/outer V or both. If you're looking for a quality and in my opinion, one of the BEST eyeshadow palettes to add to your collection or if you're a beginner to make up. One (or all - you can't have too much makeup!) of these will be perfect splurge on!

Yes, I think if you have a good deal of palettes you’ll run into a lot of similiar shades but none are complete dupes. For example, Warmth and Cozy seem like shades I’ve seen before in many palettes but they have a much more warm and fiery undertone in comparison.

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