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Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Review: Tarte Tartelette Juicy Palette

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Hey Guys,
Today I'm going to share my thoughts on the Tartelette Juicy Palette. Its been quite a while since I purchased a palette or a bunch of makeup in general. I have always been a fan of Tarte shadows and their Tartelette palettes especially.  I have owned all of them at one point or another. This palette isn't brand new but it is their newest one that they have launched. I decided to pick it up because the colors seem like a good range of neutrals that you could use on a daily basis. Keep reading to hear more about this palette, my thoughts on it, and swatches.

Review: Tarte Tartelette Juicy Palette
Review: Tarte Tartelette Juicy Palette
Here is what is said about this palette on the Ulta site:
"Tartelette Juicy Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow Palette is the next-generation of Tarte's cult-classic tartelette palettes featuring 20 brand-new rosy & bronze shades!

What It Does:
  • 20 rosy & bronze shades in a supersize palette - 10 matte, 4 pearlescent & 6 metallic finishes
  • Arranged in rows to create effortless, natural looks
  • Nutrient-rich colored clays for maximum pigments & all-day wear
  • Mineral pigments soothe & soften skin for smooth application
  • Shadow won't crease or fade even on oily lids
Clinical Claims:
  • Dermatologist tested
  • Ophthalmologist tested
  • All-day wear
Skinvigorating Ingredients:
  • Amazonian clay: delivers better, longer, truer wear"
Review: Tarte Tartelette Juicy Palette

Here is a close up of the shadows in the palette:
Review: Tarte Tartelette Juicy Palette

Here are swatches of the palette:

Review: Tarte Tartelette Juicy Palette
Row 1 & 2
Review: Tarte Tartelette Juicy Palette
Row 3 & 4

  • Water Lily (white champagne shimmer)
  • Paradise (peach champagne shimmer)
  • Rose (matte rosy pink)
  • Orchid (pink shimmer)
  • Dream Chaser (pink plum shimmer)
  • Wishful (matte soft beige)
  • Blossom (matte peachy pink)
  • Wildflower (deep peach shimmer)
  • Petal (matte soft rose)
  • luscious (matte cinnamon)
  • Inspiring (matte rosy peach)
  • Shine (deep copper shimmer)
  • Fresh start (matte warm tan)
  • Dawn (soft bronze shimmer)
  • Charmed (matte warm medium brown)
  • Reflect (golden champagne shimmer)
  • Happiness (matte rosy tan)
  • Dusk (rosy brown shimmer)
  • Grounded (matte cool brown)
  • Euphoric (matte cool deep brown)
On to my thoughts:
At first glance the packaging is very pretty and a similar quality of the other Tartlette palettes just larger. The smaller Tartelettes may be a little bit more heavy duty. The actual shadows seem to be larger and not as powdery as the others. They do have the same sweet scent to them which I always liked. In terms of the quality of the shadows the are nice but again not quite the same formulas as the smaller Tartlette palettes. Not as creamy but also not as much fall out. That being said some shades were more pigmented than others and the consistency wasn't the same across the board. Some shimmers were creamier and more pigmented, others were pigmented but you need to go over it a couple times to get a better pigmentation. The mattes were more consistent than the shimmers. One shimmer shade Dawn applies kind of chunky but it is my favorite color in the palette. Another shimmer shade Wildflower needs to be built up to get a good pigmentation but it really is super pretty. I'm not a huge fan of pink shadows so a few shades in the first row didn't particularly interest me. However, I do like and will wear a majority of the shades in the palette. I do wish there were more shimmer shades though. Overall, I think that the original Tartelette palettes are better but I still think that this palette is nice.  That being said, I am still glad that I bought it. The shades all blend really nice and it is a great neutral palette for everyday.


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