Tarte Spring 2015 Collection

Tarte Spring 2015 Collection
Tarte Spring 2015 Collection

Tartelette Amazonian Clay Matte Eyeshadow Palette ($44.00) (Limited Edition)

tarte is introducing an all matte eyeshadow palette featuring 12 never-before-seen shades to inspire, celebrate and empower real women to take on the day with confidence. The name says it all – this sleek, statement palette is all about the tartelette and features tarte’s signature Amazonian clay-infused, longwear eyeshadow in rich matte shades that are as beautifully diverse as the brand’s loyal fans:

  • Free Spirit Cream
  • Force of Nature Nude
  • Dreamer Warm brown
  • Multi-Tasker Chocolate
  • Caregiver Pale pink
  • Natural Beauty Mauve
  • Best Friend Mulberry
  • Bombshell Dark plum
  • Super Mom Ivory
  • Wanderer Light brown
  • Power Player Taupe
  • Fashionista Black

Collector’s Edition Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush ($26.00) (Limited Edition)

  • Celebrated

Amazonian Butter Lipstick ($16.00)

  • Ethereal Pink (Limited Edition)

LipSurgence Skintuitive Lip Gloss ($19.00)

  • Energy

LipSurgence Lip Tint ($24.00)

  • Glitzy

Park Ave. Princess Contour Palette ($34.00)

  • Park Ave. Princess Bronzer
  • Posh Blush / Gold Champagne Highlighter

New Products

  • Maracuja Neck Cream ($49.00)
  • Etch & Sketch Double-Ended Liner Brush ($15.00)
  • Tarteist Clay Paint Liner ($24.00)

Availability: December 15th at Tarte; Sephora has the Tartelette palette available now for VIB/VIB Rouge

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Tarte Spring 2015 Collection
Tarte Spring 2015 Collection

Tarte Spring 2015 Collection
Tarte Spring 2015 Collection

Tarte Spring 2015 Collection
Tarte Spring 2015 Collection

Tarte Spring 2015 Collection
Tarte Spring 2015 Collection


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Amy Avatar

I did too!
I saw it on Sephora’s website yesterday for the top 2 levels only. Idk why they do that. A perk? That type kinda bites because it’s unfair.
Even though I am VIB Rouge, everyone should have the same access to new products. Aren’t we all beauty junkies? Sephora/Ulta is our crack-ish.

Rachel R. Avatar

The intention was good with the naming, but the monikers really are pretty awful. At least the colors are nice. But there are other Tarte eye palettes that have better names. 🙂

Taylor Avatar

Like tartelette means a promiscuous woman but all the shadow names are about moms? It’s a bit, odd? I’ve never tried tarte eyeshadows. Are they up to par with makeup forever artist shadows?

Rachel R. Avatar

I’d say MUFE artist shadows, overall, are better quality, but also much more expensive. These are very good though, especially for mattes. Best friend is a bit patchy, the rest are excellent. I guess it depends on how many shades you want. If only a few but you’ll use them a lot, MUFE might be a better deal for you. If like me, and your matte collection is pathetic, this is more economical way to get lots of good ones at a better price.

If the matte lovers with more experience want to chime in, I’d appreciate any help giving advice. 🙂

Celia Avatar

The names are putting me off too. I think they’d be awesome if the palette was supposed to be inspired by mothers (Caregiver, Super Mom, Multitasker)! But since they cite that it’s inspired by women in general, it borders on tacky/offensive. Especially since a few of them (like Bombshell, Natural Beauty, etc) focus on physical attributes. It seems like a kind of dated list of names for the “Empowering” theme (not that it’s not powerful to be beautiful or a momma! Just not applicable to the power of ALL women)

Rachel R. Avatar

I adore the Tartelette palette, although I’m not usually a huge matte lover. This helped fill in some gaps in my collection as far as mattes go. Best Friend is a bit patchy, but workable with primer.

The blush looks beautiful. I think I’ll be “needing” it.

Jeanette Avatar

This is really beautiful, but I think the lip color is a bit light for me. Otherwise, it looks wonderful. I am only wearing matte eyeshadows now, so this is perfect. The It Cosmetics palette I just bought does not have the same kind of plum and mulberry, so I may be tempted to pick it up.

Sarah Avatar

This is my favorite brand, but I think that palette is a miss. I don’t like the names and the colors. I own a lot of Tarte products and I am liking the blush! After all, I’ve completely used up Exposed and Blissful!

Alecto Avatar

Very nice palette. I’m curious about the quality, but in all honesty, I already own dupes to half the colors. If I didn’t already have a good range of mattes, I’d be all over this (despite my dislike of the palette format).

The names are … strange.

Alecto Avatar

Although, now that I’ve said that, I remember that I set a task for myself to come up with an easy, basic, and versatile travel makeup kit, and that would solve the eyes part in one fell swoop. Hmmmmmmm.

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