We all know that Tarte is bae, so it’s no surprise that today I am reviewing their brand new palette, the Tartlette Toasted Palette. I’ve been excited about this palette since I first found out about it. This palette was in the works before I caught wind of the Naked Heat palette but it seems as if Urban Decay and Tarte was thinking about the same color way. Which is good news for warm-toned lovers like me.
I’m obsessed with the packaging! I love how clean cut the logo is for this palette as well as the other palettes, I feel like it really stands out. The tortoise shell packaging is stunning and totally reminds me of a bonfire.
Warm tones are sort of my thing in case you’re new here. I recently talked about another warm tone palette by Laura Lee. These shades were similar but also different from Cat’s Pajamas. These shades are a bit more fiery and reminiscent of a beachy bonfire.
I love all of these shades names. I think they are so clever and fun. This palette is extremely pigmented as well. It does have quite a bit of fallout, so much so that it’s dirtied my palette a bit. I don’t mind because my palettes is not going to look perfect forever. The shades with the most fallout are “s’mores” and “crackle”. This palette has some great transition shades as well as lovely shimmers. I personally prefer to foil my shimmers but that doesn’t mean you have too.
Overall this palette gets a thumbs up from me. I really love the colorway, name and formula of Tarte’s shadows. This is great for my fellow warm-tone lovers.