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Tarte Blush Bazaar Amazonian Clay Blush Palette for Holiday 2017

Tarte Blush Bazaar Amazonian Clay Blush Palette
Tarte Blush Bazaar Amazonian Clay Blush Palette

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This palette delivers eight blushes and two highlighters in a gorgeous mix of warm and cool tones. The shades range from subtle to bold with matte and micro-shimmer finishes, all powered by tarte’s iconic Amazonian clay for amazing payoff and long wear. The bright, intricate packaging is inspired by Moroccan design, blending the best of color and texture in one space-saving palette.

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Blush Bazaar Amazonian Clay Blush Palette, $44.00 ($150.00 Value) (Limited Edition, Sephora Exclusive)

  • Angelic Peachy pink
  • Fortunate Pink melon
  • Skillful Pink berry
  • Exhilarating Fuchsia
  • Authentic Plummy rose
  • Endless Pink raspberry
  • Dainty Melon
  • Extraordinary Shimmering coral
  • Worthy Soft pink (Highlighter)
  • Whimsical Shimmery gold (Highlighter)


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Abby Avatar

Do you happen to know where this was made? Their good blushes are made in the US and the crappy palettes are made in China. Just want to know before thinking about buying it.

Katherine T. Avatar

Oh nice!!! I remember last year’s palette was quite good, although had a lot of pinks in there. Looks like they’ve added a bigger mix of colors and $44 is a steal!

Jennyfer Avatar

Hi !

I’m from France and I read your posts regularly :). Do you know if this palette will be available on the website of Tarte or if the palette is an exclusivity of Sephora US ?

Thank you so much for your answer !

Have a nice day !


Eva Avatar

Hi, I recently reached out to Tarte Cosmetics on Twitter, asking the same thing, as I am front Europe too, and can’t order it from the Sephora website. They answered “yep, soon”! So I am hoping it will be available on their site this week. if you search “blush bazaar” it pops up btw, it just says ‘404 error’ if you try to load it. It can be up any minute!

Denise S. Avatar

I love Tarte blushes. I own 5 and they are some of my favorites. I f I didn’t already own a gazillion blushes I’d be all over this, nice colors and price. I saw a review that said the packaging is real flimsy, light weight flexible foam.

Lynzy Avatar

I think you might be thinking of the new Tarte Big Blush Book 3 that just came out. I own it and the packaging is in fact foam and cardboard. (However- the saving grace for me is that the blush pans aren’t glued down to the palette. Instead they are secured by magnets which make them extremely easy to pop out and add to a Z-Palette.) This holiday blush palette is made of the same sturdy packaging as Tarte’s standard eyeshadow and contour palettes.

Scarlet Avatar

Seriously going crazy over all the holiday releases! Do you happen to know if these are full size like the ones on the blush book? These are definitely darker colors than the current blush book.. I might just have to buy these..

Jarediah Avatar

They are ‘Deluxe Size’ Love. I was wondering myself initially why the BBB was More Expensive than the Blush Bazaar because this one has More Shades, But the BBB are Full Size Blushes, and These are ‘Deluxe Size.’ I’m wondering if the ‘Deluxe Size’ are the Same Size as the Blush that was the Birthday Gift from Sephora this Year. It came with a Little Mini Liquid Lipstick and a Mini Blush in the shade ‘Paaarty’ (Really Pretty Pink Nude.) Anyway, that Blush is Pretty Damn Tiny lol. The Pan is about the Size of a Half Dollar Coin. Visually, the Mini Tarte Blush and my Essence Satin Touch Blush look Similar Size, with the Essence Appearing Slightly Larger and is only like $2! However, one Look at the Size information, and the Essence Blush is 5 grams of product, Whereas the Tarte is only 1.5 GRAMS! So, the Essence is Over 3 Times the Amount of Product for Not even a Fraction of the Cost of Tarte’s, The Satin Touch Blush Formula from Essence is Out of this World! I cannot Believe the Cost! They are Silkier, ‘Creamier’, and More Pigmented than Tarte’s…And TBH, the Shade ‘Satin Love’ of the Essence Blush and ‘Paaarty’ in the Tarte Blush look near Identical in the Pan. I just swatched them and Tarte’s has a little more Pink to it, whereas Essence looks a little more Peach, but I’m sure this Essence Blush Matches Another Tarte Blush…I’m thinking Maybe ‘Sensual.’ Anyway, I love the Essence AND the Tarte Blushes! I just can’t get over how Affordable the Essence ones are with the Quality! I HIGHLY Recommend THEM! And for $2-$3, You can’t go wrong, and If (For some Blasphemous, Un Holy Reason) You didn’t like them, You could Return them. The only Con is that Essence REALLY needs to Put out more Shades in the ‘Satin Touch’ Formula, Because they only make 2. ‘Satin Love’ and ‘Satin Coral’ and the Formula is WAY too Amazing to not Expand on it! Anyway, Sorry I know this was about Tarte. Just have to tell people about the Essence LOL! I am VERY tempted to get the Blush Bazaar, But I mostly wear Nude/Neutral Blushes, and there are many in here that I probably wouldn’t get use out of. Also, Sephora doesn’t list where this is made (I’m assuming China like the BBB 3) and I really want to know, because I have heard that their ‘Made in China’ Products/Formulations are Not the Same Quality as the ones Made in the USA and that they are just Really Cheaply ‘Thrown Together’ for Maximum Profit. That might not be Correct, IDK. I’m not one of those people who are ‘Anti “Made in China” Products’ but I just don’t want to spend the Money if the Blushes are not the Same Amazonian Clay Quality Formula that we are used to. ?

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