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Tarte Tarteist Pro Palette Review

 

Tarte Tarteist Pro Palette Review Swatches Video Looks

Today I’m sharing my Tarte Tarteist Pro Palette review with you. I’ve got a live swatch video, plus additional swatches here, and a few looks, too. I bought this during a recent Tarte flash sale and paid a total of $46.01 for it. It normally retails for $53 and you get 20 shades that are .035 oz each.

Tarte Tarteist Pro Palette Review

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Tarteist Pro Palette Swatches

A note on swatches. Watch the video for live swatching with a brush on my arm on primer. I used the Urban Decay Iconic Eyeshadow brush since that’s my go-to eye brush these days. I cleaned the brush in between swatches with a microfiber cloth.

For the swatches below I built up the swatches as necessary to show the color on primer.

Tarte Classic swatch

Classic
Light warm creamy beige matte. This is a great base shade.

Tarte Innocent swatch

Innocent
Midtone brown matte. This works as a transitional shade on me.

Tarte Whimsy swatch

Whimsy
Midtone burnt orange matte. This is the color that everyone has this year. It was in the Too Faced Peanut Butter & Jelly, Urban Decay Alice Through the Looking Glass, as well as the Naked Ultimate Basics. It’s everywhere.

Tarte Smoked swatch

Smoked
Deep neutral brown matte. This one applied more sheerly than expected.

Tarte Vintage swatch

Vintage
Ivory matte. I love this as a base shade.

Tarte Fierce swatch

Fierce
Midtone smoky plum matte.

Tarte No Filter swatch

No Filter
Midtone red plum matte.

Tarte Vamp swatch

Vamp
Blackened plum matte, this was a bit patchy.

Tarte Chic swatch

Chic
Midtone nude pink matte.

Tarte Profesh swatch

Profesh
Midtone taupe matte.

Tarte Mod swatch

Mod
Deep muted red matte, reminds me of Silk Naturals Mysterious. I love this. However, it was weird that it turned a bit orange on me in the crease. It may have been because I used Chic as a transition.

Tarte Drama swatch

Drama
Blackened burgundy brown matte, this was a bit patchy. This is similar to Urban Decay Punk or Lethal.

Tarte Indie swatch

Indie
Light taupe matte.

Tarte Bold swatch

Bold
Light brown matte. I think this is a terrible name for a brown. This is not a bold color.

Tarte Edgy swatch

Edgy
Medium-deep chocolate brown matte, this was a bit patchy. Again, I think this is poorly named. Brown is not edgy. Teal, purple, even red can be edgy.

Tarte Punk swatch

Punk
Soft black matte.

Tarte Ethereal swatch

Ethereal
Metallic golden copper.

Tarte Glam swatch

Glam
Metallic champagne gold.

Tarte Minx swatch

Minx
Shimmery brown with a hint of pink/mauve.

Tarte Trendy swatch

Trendy
Deep warm brown base with teal blue shift.

Tarte Tarteist Pro Palette Review

Row 1 – L to R – Smoked – Edgy – Profesh – Indie – Drama – Mod – No Filter – Vintage – Trendy – Glam
Row 2 – L to R – Punk – Bold – Whimsy – Innocent – Vamp – Fierce – Chic – Classic – Minx – Ethereal

Tarteist Pro Palette Looks

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I used Vintage, Drama and Punk with the Swamp Queen palette to create the look above. See the tutorial.

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I used Vintage (base), Bold (transition and lower lid), Edgy (to deepen crease), Ethereal mixed with Glam (lid), Tarteist Black Clay Liner with Punk smudged on top.

Tarte Tarteist Pro Palette Review Swatches Video Looks

Tarte Tarteist Pro Palette Review Swatches Video Looks

I used Vintage (base shade) , Chic (transitional) , Mod (smoky dome shape), Vamp (to deepen inner and outer corners), and Trendy (lid and lower lid) to create the look above. You can see how Chic turned from nude pink to sort of an orangey shade, and Mod turned from red to more of a red with orange tones.

I felt like the mattes had a very thin, powdery consistency, but they worked for me because I mostly applied them with a fluffy brush (the Urban Decay Iconic Eyeshadow brush) and I worked in layers (example 1. base shade 2. transition 3. shade to deepen the crease 4. lid shade). The duochromes felt like they were very hard pressed into their pans, but they were very pigmented. No issues with them.

Tarteist Pro Video Review

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In the video I share live swatches, plus my pros and cons with this palette. I really do love the vanilla scent. It smells like the Swamp Queen palette. Though it’s not perfect (there are a few patchy shades) I do love it. I’m happy to see a palette with so many mattes, which makes it perfect for hooded eye gals like me.

What do you think of the Tarte Tarteist Pro Palette?

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