Mini Haul & Review: Tartelette in Bloom

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I finally got my hands on the follow up to the Tartelette palette, Tartelette 2 or ‘Tartelette in Bloom’. It came with the bizarre eye brush you can see in the picture (I think you only get them both together if you buy from QVC but QVC are the only UK stockist at the moment sooo what you gonna do?)

As soon as I heard there was a follow up to the Tartelette palette I knew I had to have it. The original is all matte where this one contains 3 gorgeous metallic shimmer shades as well as mattes. Both palettes are very neutral but this palette has a warmer blushy feel to it than the original palette which was very cool and taupey.
Tarte’s eyeshadow formula is amazing, very blendable, silky, very pigmented and doesn’t produce much fallout. I love their products and wish they were more easily available to UK people. If you buy one new palette this year, make it a Tartelette. You haven’t lived if you haven’t tried their shadows, seriously.

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The packaging is the same absolutely stunning style as the original Tartelette and the palette fits in the palm of my hand, so it’s ¬†perfect for travelling with. Inside the lid is mirrored and each shade has it’s name marked permanently in the palette so you don’t have to flip the palette up to see which one is which if you’re following a tutorial or have to remember to keep a plastic film with the names on (always very annoying!).

2 thoughts on “Mini Haul & Review: Tartelette in Bloom

  1. That is such a bizarre brush! I adore this palette and can’t wait to get my hands on it, it looks amazing. The one thing i don’t like about using the naked palette by urban decay is the fallout, and it’s definitely not as pigmented as this. I cannot wait to try it!

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