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Calling all firecrackers, flower children, activists and sweethearts! Discover 12 stunning Tartelette shadows to set your beauty routine into full bloom. With 9 mattes and 3 lusters, these lid liner and crease pairings allow you to create stunning, smoldering looks without the guesswork. Powered by Tarte's signature Amazonian clay formula, you'll get the same pigmented payoff, blendability and weartime as the original Tartelette palette - all in a chic, portable palette with a beautiful floral twist.
Based on 4 Reviews, 7 Quick Reviews
The Good: Easy To Apply (9), Easy-to-Use (9), Travel-friendly (9), Buttery (6), Long-wearing (5), Great Gift (5), Great Value (5), Versatile (5), Creamy (2)
The In-Between: Buildable (7), Highly Pigmented (3), Sheer (3)
The Bad: Powdery (2), Fades (2), Dry (1), Creases (1), Fall Out (1)
4 Written Reviews
By foxwaffles 9 months ago.
One of my top 5 beginner and everyday best-for-the-average-person palettes. If you want a no-nonsense palette that is complete, durable, travel-friendly, quick, convenient, AND doesn't require hours and hours of Youtube tutorials, this is it. The colors are not as pigmented as, say, ABH, so they are easy to control and build. They are so blendable, they basically blend themselves, even with cheap brushes. I used brushes from Shop Miss A "All About Eyes", and you really don't get much cheaper than that in terms of quality, and this palette STILL delivers. The darkest mattes in this palette are a lot less pigmented than the other shades but they are still buildable and still work. The shimmers are GORGEOUS, but definitely use your finger for best results. This palette is also extremely idiot-proof. You can have no knowledge of what colors to use aside from "light on one side and dark in the outer corner" and do that and you'll look great. Also the packaging is A+. It is so practical. It's sturdy and feels like it can hold up to a lot. It's so travel friendly. The lid doesn't flop around like, say, Urban Decay Born to Run or ABH. It's a huge mirror too since the palette is a beautiful, compact square. My favorite, go-to travel palette now that I have it. Now that I own this palette, every other palette that's 'neutral with a pop of color' that comes out, I have to question myself if it's really worth getting because all the neutrals can usually be duped or mimicked with In Bloom!
By Kira 1 year ago.
I have the Tartelette and the Tartelette In Bloom palette. I love that there are all mattes in the first one and mostly mattes in the second. The colors are very subtle and not too intense when first applied, so it is easy to make an office appropriate eye-look in the morning. They are pretty dry shadows, so it's not always easy to get the color the same level of intensity on both eyes. I find that the shadows have faded and creased after 6 1/2 to 7 hours though, which is not the full work day for me (by a long shot). I slightly regret buying the In Bloom palette when I knew this was an issue with the original. I don't experience fall out. I've used these shadows over Too Faced shadow primer and MAC paint pots as primer, and I have a narrow eye fold on both eyes. I don't have the same issue with other shadows, like Make Up For Ever, MAC, NARS, or Colour Pop, for example (those usually last a 12 hour work day).
By Lauren 3 years ago.
I absolutely love this palette. I loved the first one but I think I may like this one more because its warmer and I love that there are the 3 shimmery shades. The mattes all performed well for me. I also thought the shimmers were very nice and pigmented. I think between this and the original one I may not need to travel with another palette again.