tarte tartelette Tease Shadow Palette

tarte tartelette Tease Shadow Palette
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Shadow play with this clay-infused, pocket-perfect version of tarte's best-selling tartelette palette. It features four everyday matte shadows paired with two captivating lusters, so you can refresh, define, and transition your smoldering stare from day to play.

These flirty, flattering shades feature lid, crease, and highlight pairings to create modern, alluring looks without the guesswork. Powered by tarte's signature Amazonian clay formula, you get the same pigmented payoff, blendability, and wear-time as the original tartelette palette--all in a chic, petite tease.

How do I use it: Use your favorite eye shadow brush to apply a mix of liner, lid, and crease shades to create alluring, versatile looks.

From tarte.


  • 0.03-oz eye shadow in Whisper, a light pink shade
  • 0.03-oz eye shadow in Crush, a taupe shimmer shade
  • 0.03-oz eye shadow in Heartbreaker, a brown shade
  • 0.03-oz eye shadow in Wink, a light mauve shade
  • 0.03-oz eye shadow in First Kiss, a mauve shimmer shade
  • 0.03-oz eye shadow in BFF, a plum shade

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tarte tartelette Tease Shadow Palette is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Cute And Smells Like Vanilla. This is a great way to try tarte shadows. It is little but it packs a punch on pigment and its got enough colors to make several different looks. I have hit pan almost in one of the shades i have used it so much.
Date published: 2017-08-26
Rated 2 out of 5 by from My 1st and Last Tarte Purchase I had always wanted to try Tarte products, I am not impressed. The two light shades have zero color payoff. Two mediums are nice. Two darks have to be mixed with mid shades or they are muddy looking. The powder is super flaky/messy. Too expensive to return, so I'll deal with the downsides. In the future I'll stick with BE and It shadows.
Date published: 2017-06-25
Rated 3 out of 5 by from NothingSpecial Pretty much your average run of the mill, seen everywhere colors. Had I looked at this in person I would have passed it by.
Date published: 2017-06-22
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