Peggy Palette is back with a beauty…Tarte Tarteist Pro Palette
Although I’m not a big fan of Instagram looks I do like this Tarteist Pro Amazonian Clay Palette. It comes in comes in a sturdy plastic compact -similar to the Tartelette only bigger- that’s matte black on top and has a shiny gold surface on the bottom. Fingertip prints alert though!
In the palette we find the following colours: classic (cream) – innocent (soft peach) – whimsy (brick) – smoked (dark brown) – ethereal (bronze) – vintage (ivory) – fierce (cool plum) – no filter (purple mauve) – vamp (deep plum) – glam (champagne) – chic (pale pink) – profesh (taupe) – mod (deep cherry) – drama (maroon) – minx (shimmering mauve) – indie (greige) – bold (light brown) – edgy (chocolate) – punk (black) & trendy (prismatic teal). Overall, the shades are well pigmented -as you can see on the swatch below- but the formula varies.
The mattes seem to be a little drier than the metallic and shimmery colours and tend to have a bit of fall-out. Don’t take too much powder on your brush when you use these. The metallic ones are creamy and buttery and easy to build up. Overall, I like this palette.
Swatch! One swipe only.
I can’t explain why but I don’t like round shaped eyeshadows, well not when they get mixed with square ones anyway. It sounds really stupid I know but I would have loved the eyeshadows on the right to be square too. Maybe I suffer a little OCD.
Never enough palettes,