December 18, 2017

Tarte Tartelette Eyeshadow Palette Challenge


Tarte tartelette swatch

Hello readers,
Today I have my first ever eyeshadow palette challenge to share with you. I found myself having way to many options and feeling a bit overwhelmed in the mornings, which meant I was often just skipping eyeshadow all together. The thought of a challenge where I limit myself to a single palette for shadow choices really appealed to me because it makes the decision of 'what should I use' much less daunting. For my first challenge I chose to put together seven looks from the tarte cosmetics tartelette palette.

EOTD #1

For this look I went for really neutral shadows to balance out the colourful blue liner. There was a bit more contrast between the lid and crease shades when I first applied this, but I didn't have a chance to take photos until after a long work day and by then they had muddled together a little bit. No blue transferred to my upper lid though, so I'm considering that a win!

Tarte tartelette swatch
Tarte tartelette swatchtartelette palette

(1) Super Mom
(2) Force of Nature
(3) Best Friend
(4) Dreamer

Other products: Urban Decay Primer Potion, Chella Eyeliner Pen in Indigo Blue and Givenchy Interdit Noir Mascara.

EOTD #2

For day #2 I went for something a little darker and smokier. Over primer multi-tasker ends leaning more brown that the purple shade in the pan.

Tarte tartelette swatch tutorial
Tarte tartelette swatchtartelette

(1) Free Spirit
(2) Power Player
(3) Force of Nature
(4) Multi-tasker
(5) Fashionista

Other products: Urban Decay Primer Potion, Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper and Givenchy Interdit Noir Mascara.

EOTD #3

Since the brown tones took over in looks 1 and 2, I focused on purples and pinks for day 3. My eyeliner just would not cooperate and I finally just gave up on getting a crisp line.

Tarte tartelette swatch
Tarte tartelette swatchpurple eyeshadow tutorial

(1) Caregiver
(2) Best Friend
(3) Multi-tasker
(4) Force of Nature
(5) Super Mom

Other products: Urban Decay Primer Potion, Marcelle Dip Pen in Blackest Black and Givenchy Interdit Noir Mascara.

EOTD #4

I was really happy with day three's look, so I tried the same thing again but with taupes and black. I also skipped the liner to soften up the look since I used a fair bit of black in my outer V.

Tarte tartelette swatch
Tarte tartelette swatchpurple eyeshadow tutorial

(1) Super Mom
(2) Power Player
(3) Wanderer
(4) Fashionista

Other products: Urban Decay Primer Potion and Givenchy Interdit Noir Mascara.

EOTD #5

Switched it up by going for a dark lid shade in this look. I also tried out a new primer from Vasanti and it held up pretty decently on my crease-tastic hooded lids.

Tarte tartelette swatch
Tarte tartelette swatchpurple eyeshadow tutorial

(1) Multi-tasker
(2) Dreamer
(3) Force Of Nature
(4) Super Mom
Lower lash line - Best Friend

Other products: Vasanti All Star 2-in-1 Face and Eye Primer, Julep Kajal Eye Glider in Brown Shimmer and Givenchy Interdit Noir Mascara.

EOTD #6

This was the look I put together for my annual Christmas dinner party. The perfect opportunity to amp up the matte shades with some glitter to and shimmer.

Lise Water lash liner glitter duo swatch
Tarte tartelette swatchpurple eyeshadow tutorial

(1) Super Mom
(2) Force Of Nature
(3) Best Friend
(4) Multi-tasker

Other products: Urban Decay Primer Potion, Lise Watier Lash & Liner Glitter Duo in Bleu, Hello Waffle Cosmetics Humpty Dumpty highlighter (brow bone) and Givenchy Interdit Noir Mascara.

EOTD #7

Back to a pale lid, darker crease and a classic black wing.

Lise Water lash liner glitter duo swatch
Tarte tartelette swatchpurple eyeshadow tutorial

(1) Free Spirit
(2) Natural Beauty
(3) Best Friend
(4) Bombshell

Other products: Urban Decay Primer Potion, Kat Von D Tattoo Liner in Trooper and Givenchy Interdit Noir Mascara.

There you go! Seven different looks using the original tartelette palette. Do you find the shadow maps helpful? I know I did when I first saw them on Makeup Your Mind. Be sure to give her blog a visit.

Happy polishing,

Michelle

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