[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] The Tarte Tartelette Juicy Palette is from the bag I was given at the Sephora launch and I notice that they have quite a strong presence at Sephora. Previously, one of the few places you could get Tarte products was QVC and I never even think to watch that these days so I like the idea that the brand is more easily accessible.
It’s a slight surprise to discover that the colours are called clays because they contain Amazonian Clay – why? Wouldn’t that be better staying in the Amazon? It turns out to be sustainably sourced which I feel fine with and apparently it’s good to include in eyeshadows for anyone with oily lids because the clay element absorbs the oil. So, I do see why this might be a good thing although it may well be just marketing. The clay doesn’t seem to affect the textures – if anything, I was impressed at how smoothly they went on to my skin.
From left to right across the top: paradise, rose, orchid and dream chaser. Same across the second row: blossom, shine, petal and luscious. And the final row: reflect, happiness, dusk and euphoric. There are two stand out shades – dream chaser and dusk that I would wear in a heartbeat for a smoky look.
From bottom to top: paradise, rose, orchid, dream chaser, blossom, shine, petal and luscious. I ran out of arm, so….
Bottom to top: reflect, happiness, dusk and euphoric. The palette certainly reflects the season with all the autumnal shades and is reawakening that desire to sparkle a bit when the nights are darker. Tarte Tartelette Juicy Palette is £42 HERE. If the general theme appeals, but you can’t quite justify the price, Morphe has a similar palette called Vintage Rose for £12 HERE.
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