Check out the full review of my new favorite eyeshadow palette, the Tarte Tartelette In Bloom Palette. See swatches of all 12 shades and the gorgeous eyeshadow look I created.
Tartelette In Bloom Palette Review
My love for Tarte continues to grow and grow and today I’m very excited to be sharing a full review of the Tartelette In Bloom Palette. The Tartelette in Bloom Palette has been around since 2016, and although I’m a little late hopping on the bandwagon, I must say this eyeshadow palette is legitimately one of my favorites of ALL time. (I’m putting it right up there with my Lorac must-haves!)
In case you haven’t yet got your hands on the Tartelette In Bloom Palette either, I’m sharing a full review today and including swatches of all 12 shades. This palette is perfect for makeup beginners and those who like neutral colors.
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Tartelette In Bloom Palette Review
Tartelette In Bloom Palette Packaging
Right off the bat, there’s no denying how gorgeous this Tarte eyeshadow palette is. This palette features beautiful + bright pink, purple, and red flower petals on the front of the packaging, and features gold on the sides, back, and inside of the palette.
Upon opening the palette, there is a full-size mirror and the hard plastic casing is extremely well made. All in all, the size, durability, and the inclusion of a mirror makes it the perfect eyeshadow palette for traveling with and using on-the-go, without fear of it breaking.
Tartelette in Bloom Palette Ingredients/Formula/Performance
As with many of Tarte’s eyeshadow palettes, this palette is formulated without parabens, mineral oil, phthalates, triclosan, sodium laurel sulfate, and gluten, making it a great option for those with sensitivities. It’s infused with Amazonian clay and mineral pigments that create a buttery, smooth formula that’s easy to blend.
One of the things that most impressed me with this eyeshadow palette is the formula itself. The shadows are so soft and have almost a velvety-butter formula that blends like a dream. I also love the rich pigmentation, and you really don’t have to pick up much product at all on your eyeshadow brush.
I’ve been using the Tartelette in Bloom palette for close to 2 months now and I can honestly say it’s quickly become one of my favorites with its amazing blendability, color payoff, and the fact that it looks just as great at the end of the day as it did when I first put it on.
Tartelette In Bloom Palette Shades/Names
Onto the actual shadows, this Tarte eyeshadow palette contains 12 gorgeous shades including 9 mattes and 3 shimmers. I personally love the great mix of warm, cool, and neutral tones – perfect for makeup beginners and those looking for a versatile palette.
The Tartelette In Bloom Palette has everything you need from neutral base shadows in Charmer and Flower Child, to transition shades in Jetsetter, Smarty pants, and Sweetheart, deep tones for creating depth in Smokeshow, Activist, Leader, and Rebel, and beautiful shimmers in Funny Girl, Rocker, and Firecracker to add a fun touch of sparkle.
If I’m being the slightest nit-picky, Smokeshow is a little chalky and takes a little more work in blending it in- but honestly I find this to be the case with all black eyeshadows in all my eyeshadow palettes. (It’s always a good tip to start with the slightest amount of product and continue building up when working with dark shades like black and chocolate.)
- Charmer (off white, matte)
- Jetsetter (warm taupe, matte)
- Rocker (taupe, shimmer)
- Smokeshow (black brown, matte)
- Flower child (peachy nude, matte)
- Smarty pants (tan, matte)
- Firecracker (bronze copper, shimmer)
- Activist (dark brown, matte)
- Funny girl (champagne, shimmer)
- Sweetheart (peach, matte)
- Rebel (chestnut brown, matte)
- Leader (aubergine, matte)
Tartelette In Bloom Palette Swatches
Tartelette In Bloom Palette Eyeshadow Look
Here’s a super simple + soft eyeshadow look I created using the Tartleette in Bloom Palette. I used Charmer as a base, Flower Child as transition, Smarty Pants in the crease, Jet setter in the outer corner for depth, and Funny Girl on the lid for a pop of shimmer. What do you think?
Hope you enjoyed today’s post on my review of the Tartelette In Bloom Palette! Don’t forget to head here to check out Tarte’s 30% off sale, and use code BESTIES upon checkout to lock in the savings.
What do you think of this eyeshadow palette?
P.S. Stay tuned as I’ll be sharing future makeup tutorials using this palette very soon! 🙂
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