Jul 10, 2017

tarte Tarlette in Bloom Amazonian Clay Palette

Every beauty blogger has their own weakness and mine is eyeshadow. I always get attracted with the beautiful colour combination on the palette and it would be a major bonus if the packaging is beautiful as well. I picked up the Tartelette in Bloom palette mainly because of its packaging. I love watercolour effects and so happen the cover of the palette is a combination of purple and pink water coloured petals.


I also happen to be a lover of natural colours for eyeshadow. I find that I use more of the natural shades instead of funky rainbow colours. This palette attracted me all over and I just couldn't say no to it. 


Speaking of texture, this palette has plenty of matte eyeshadows, a few shimmers and one noticeably glittered eyeshadow. Let's jump into the individual shade:

L-R: Charmer, Jetsetter, Rocker, Smokeshow

Charmer: A matte ivory shade which is great for highlighting under your eyebrow or inner corner of the eyes. It is somewhat patchy, due to that I seldom use this shade.

Jetsetter: A matte taupe. This is good as a transition colour or a sculpting shade.

Rocker: A satin brown-gray shade. This shade is extremely gorgeous under the light.

Smokeshow: A matte dark charcoal brown. This particular shade isn't blendable as the rest of the shades. However, with the help of primer, it does the job fairly. 

L-R: Flower Child, Smarty Pants, Firecracker, Activist

Flower Child: A matte peach/honey shade that I often use as a base. When applied this as a base I find that the other eyeshadow blends well together. It also helps correct decoloration of the eyelid.

Smarty Pants: A matte chestnut brown color. I like to use this as a transitional colour, especially when creating smokey eyes.

Firecracker: A shimmer copper/old gold shade. Watch out for fall-out with this one. It does create a bit of a mess if you don't use a primer underneath.

Activist: Tree bark brown that creates great depth for smokey eyes.


Funny Girl: This is an extremely beautiful champagne gold. Although it has some fallout, and I need to use primer everytime I use this, I can forgive the flakiness because the color is extremely pretty.

Sweetheart: Is a tanned skin color. It has red undertone which is good as a base color for tanned skin people. It can also be a transitional color.

Rebel: Is a chocolate milk shade. It looks pretty mild on the pan but the shade is extremely rich, buttery and intensed when applied.

Leader: Lastly, on the pan is leader, which is a brunette shade. I seldom use this because it is pretty hard to match my skintone.



Overall, I really like the Tarlette in Bloom Palette because of the texture and how creamy the formula is. Although it appears to be chalky on the pan, but when swatched, the color spread nicely and the shade last really long. I also love that it is blendable, although some of the shades need aid from primer, it isn't the biggest problem with this palette.

By the way, I am giving away this palette. You will receive a new palette, of course. Check out <<this post>> how you can win it. 
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