Tarte Tarteist PRO Glow Highlight & Contour Palette Now Available
Tarte Tarteist PRO Glow Highlight & Contour Palette
A highlight and contour palette with six pigmented powder and cream shades to create perfectly glowing, chiseled looks on every skin tone, without the icky, bad stuff.
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tarteist PRO glow highlight & contour palette, $45.00 (Permanent)
- Lit Champagne highlight
- Strobe Pearl highlight
- Fire Bronze highlight
- Stunner Opalescent highlight
- Shade Cream contour
- Sculpt Powder contour
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I got an email about this palette this morning form Tarte. I know you’re swamped with reviews – any chance you’ll be reviewing this one in the month or so?
“Without the icky, bad stuff”? What?
I thought the same thing! Really? Icky, bad stuff . . .we couldn’t use our big words?
Agreed, it comes off as condescending and I don’t like it.
I am also confused as to what they mean by this.
The 2 cream/contour shades only look suitable for medium- to- darker skin tones
but the 4 highlight shades appear better suited for lighter skin tones. This is a strange product.
that’s what I was thinking! even the bronze highlight looks like it would work on pale skin, where most bronze or sun kissed highlights are too dark/orange… but then that cream is DARK looking!
I kinda really dislike putting cream and powder next to each other in a palette, tho, because all of that “icky stuff” tends to dirty up the cream, lol
Interesting. I am liking the brand lately. This description does not specify how many of the shades are cream vs powder, however. In my experience, whenever powders and creams are within the same palette, some “icky” stuff is bound to happen.
Pamyla, that was my first thought as well. I am not a fan of putting cream and powder products in the same palette, unless separated by a barrier.
From the picture it looks like the left is cream and the right is powder and that it opens split in the middle so that way you can use the powder without getting it in the cream.
If that’s the case, and it does prevent them from mixing Kudos to Tarte. With that being said…the colors for contour seem blah.
Shade is the only cream product. I’m surprised they didn’t do half and half that way the centre opening would cover just the cream or powder sides.
I’m not sure about this… It’s probably not something I’d use.
Unless this has some sort of barrier, like a plastic shield, this palette is going to get pretty messy, pretty fast. The shades look good, but oddly no midtones? I think I’ll pass on this one.
Nothing in particular strikes me about this palette, so I will probably be able to pass on this one.
At least it looks like the creams and powders are on different sides, and they have separate colors. I still don’t think this is something I’d get, though.
*covers, not colors
This product looks really unusual. Contours look like they suit darker skin and highlights look better suited for lighter skin. I’ll pass on this one.
Going to hold out til I can swatch in person or see reviews. This looks interesting to me.
I still don’t get the point of companies making big highlight/contour palettes like this because there’s no way one person is going to be able to use all these shades unless they’re a pro MUA who works on clients. Why don’t they make 3 little palettes with one highlight and one contour color in variations for light, med, and dark skin? That way the price would be lower and people wouldn’t be stuck with colors that didn’t work for them.
I like the look of this!!I already ordered it.I personally like to do a cream contour and highlight and then if I’m going out or need a longer lasting budge proof contour I top the creams with powder contour and highlight.So it’s seems very convenient in theory hopefully the creams and powders are pigmented and blendable.If not I can always return it.
I got this pallete thanks to the lady at Sephora swatching it and then trying it out on me. Instantly I was sold! Love love love it! And thanks tarte for not adding all “that icky, bad stuff” in your products.