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Tarte Tartelette In Bloom Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow Palette

Tarte Tartelette In Bloom Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow Palette

Includes twelve eyeshadows in a warmer, neutral-hued theme.  Nine out of twelve shades are matte, which is something that I love about this palette.

Cruelty free. Formulated without parabens, mineral oil, phthalates, triclosan, sodium lauryl sulfate, or gluten.  Dermatologist tested.

$45.00 for 0.63 oz.1.50 g / 0.053 Oz x 12 shadows

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I have wanted this since it was released!  I received this beautiful tarte tartelette in bloom palette for Christmas from my son.  He knows that eyeshadows are what I really want for Christmas.

The colors of the shadows included are exactly what I want for everyday use!  These shadows are pigmented, smooth, so easy to work with and blendable. Getting a beautiful eye look takes half the amount of time it does with other shadows.

Tartlett in bloom | lookingjoligood.wrodpress.com

I love the way that you can go across and break this palette down into quads, creating a beautiful eye look using those four shadows together.

As you will notice in the swatches below, the shadows apply much darker than they appear in the pans.  These swatches are applied with a dry compact flat brush and I applied a shadow primer to my arm.

  • charmer (off white) matte
  • jetsetter (warm taupe) matte
  • rocker (shimmering taupe) shimmer
  • smokeshow (black brown) matte

Tartlett in bloom | lookingjoligood.wrodpress.com

top row tartlette in bloom palette swatches | lookingjoligood.wordpress.com

  • flower child (peachy nude) matte
  • smarty pants (tan) matte
  • firecracker (bronze copper) shimmer
  • activist (dark brown) matte

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middle row tartlette in bloom palette swatches | lookingjoligood.wordpress.com

  • funny girl (champagne) shimmer
  • sweetheart (peach) matte
  • rebel (chestnut brown) matte
  • leader (aubergine) matte

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bottom row tartlette in bloom palette swatches | lookingjoligood.wordpress.com

Look at the difference in the color in the pan and the swatch on the shades jetsetter, sweetheart, and leader!

Packaging is super slim and so pretty, with a nice big mirror inside the cover.  The shadows have a light sweet white chocolate scent to them… I love that!

Tartlett in bloom | lookingjoligood.wrodpress.com

While wearing and even more so when swatching these shadows I realized that a few of the shades reminded me of shades from my Urban Decay Naked 2 palette.  The similar shadows are: flower child/ foxy, firecracker/chopper, and rocker/YDK.  (I didn’t add swatches of flower child and foxy because as you can tell from the above photo neither of them show up on my pasty white pale skin.)

similar swatches tartlette in bloom palette and Naked 2 | lookingjoligood.wordpress.com

Here are my cons about this palette

1.) There’s a lot of fallout for several of the shades.  If you look closely in the above swatches you will notice the shadows that have the most fall out. When applying the shadows I really need to tap my brush off and then tap it off again before applying.

2.) There is really no need for both the deep brown shades: smokeshow and activist.  They are so similar to each other that having both of them in the same palette is kind of a waste. I would have preferred another lid, transition, or crease shade instead of two dark similar shades.

similar swatches tartlette in bloom palette | lookingjoligood.wordpress.com

*If you have cooler undertones then the original Tartelette Palette is probably a better choice for you.  It is also a completely matte palette.  I don’t own it yet, but I think that it is absolutely beautiful and will probably end up purchasing it eventually.

tartelette amazonian clay matte palette | lookingjoligood.wrodpress.com
These are the cooler shades in the Tartelette Amazonian clay matte palette. I just want to point out that the lower left shadow is called “Super Mom” and I absolutely love that!

What does the tarte website say about it?

“Introducing our tartelette 2 in bloom palette – featuring 12 brand new, never-before-seen shades. With 9 mattes and 3 lusters, these lid liner and crease pairings allow you to create stunning, smoldering looks without the guesswork.

Tartlett in bloom | lookingjoligood.wrodpress.com

Powered by: Amazonian clay

  • Amazonian clay: nature’s most perfect ingredient for better, longer, truer wear
  • mineral pigments: soothe and soften skin

Product performance: Calling all firecrackers, flower children, activists and sweethearts! Discover 12 stunning new tartelette shadows to set your beauty routine into full bloom. Powered by tarte’s signature Amazonian clay formula, you’ll get the same pigmented payoff, blendability and weartime as the original tartelette – all in a chic, portable palette with a beautiful floral twist.”

Tarte Tartelette In Bloom Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow Palette | lookingjoligood.wordpress.com

Also included in the packaging is a card with two tutorials for different eye looks that can be made with different shadow combinations.

Tartlett in bloom | lookingjoligood.wrodpress.com

Overall this is a beautiful palette.  The shades are wonderful for everyday use.  The shadows are smooth and easy to blend.

I definitely highly recommend this Tarte Tartelette In Bloom Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow Palette.

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