I have been using the Tarteist Pro To Go eye shadow pallet by Tarte for a few months so I feel like I can give a full review of the product now and not just a first impression. The colors in this palette are so beautiful and pretty much exactly up my alley, I love warm rich shades like these and fell completely in love with the formula.
The first color is called drive and it is a very neutral beige matte shade. It’s one of the colors that I use the most because it’s so close to my skin tone that it makes a perfect base color. Next is a shade called stylin and it is a deep matte brown but it has almost a plum undertone in it. The last color in the top row is called boss and it is a metallic shade of brown with copper shimmer( not chunky) that works well with every other color in the palette.
The first color on the second row is called hype, it’s a metallic gold and it looks a lot less metallic in the pan than is on the eyes so you really have to swatch it to see how beautiful it is. It’s such a stunning gold shade. Next is the color called I use the most it is called crisp and it is a matte burnt orange, it is the perfect crease color for my skin tone. Last but definitely not least the shade dominate and it is a metallic red.
All of the shades are extremely creamy and very pigmented, on the Sephora website in the product description they are described as “flawlessly rich” and I could not agree more. Every one of the colors’ blend together so perfectly and it definitely helps that it smells like chocolate.
I tend to not spend a lot of money on eyeshadow, usually, I can find something at the drugstore that is just as good and for a lot less but Tarte talked me into it while I was looking around Sephora one day and I am so glad they did! I think Tarte definitely knocked it out of the park with this palette and it sort of makes me wonder… Should I be buying high-end eyeshadow palettes???
All in all, I think this is an excellent palette. I love the formula, the smell the packaging. I love this little pallet and I would definitely recommend it if you’re in the market for a new palette.
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