Tarte Tartelette Toasted Eyeshadow Palette - Review, Photos and Swatches
Tarte has introduced the newest addition to the Tartelette Collection. The Toasted Palette is the third palette in the collection. The palette was released late last year and yes I know I'm a little late in getting my review up but better late than never. The Toasted palette contains 12 new warm-toned shades. The copper hued palette features seven mattes and five shimmers. The name Toasted is so fitting for the burnt hues inside that are ideal for creating warm smokey eye looks. You can shop the Toasted Palette at Sephora, Ulta and Tartecosmetics.com. There was so much hype around the release of this palette which made me want it even more. Keep reading to find out was it worth the hype.
Tartelette Toasted Palette retails for $60 CAD and $46 USD. It comes in a tortoiseshell-packaging and includes a full sized mirror on the inside. Each shade is arranged in coordinating rows to create three easy DIY looks which is perfect for beginners. The shadows are infused with the Amazonian clay formula similar to the other Tartelette palettes. All of the shadows have a rich colour payoff but there was a lot of kick back and powderiness in the pan with the matte shades. However, the majority of the mattes were soft while some were dry to the touch. The matte shade Crackle looks very pretty in the pan with the sparkles but it doesn't translate to the lid. There was some glitter fall out. The Metallics perform well and apply evenly on the lids. They have a soft cream like texture with opaque coverage; though, the shade Candle is a little flakey. I prefer to apply the shimmers with a dampened brush.
Includes 12 eyeshadows:
- s'more (pinky beige)
- sunrise (golden beige)
- sunset (bronze)
- crackle (brown with gold flecks)
- cashmere (pale peach)
- warmth (terracotta)
- flame (metallic rust)
- cozy (brick)
- candle (champagne)
- latte (tan)
- simmer (copper)
- fireside (deep plum)
Overall, I think this is a great everyday palette. Now do I think it's worth the hype? Probably not a must-have palette for me especially at $60 CAD. Many of the shadows are dupable. I do love all the warm-toned shades but feel that the shadows in the UD Naked Heat Palette perform much better.
Do you own the Tartelette Toasted Palette? What are your thoughts?
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