Tarteist PRO Palette 3 Ways

Of all the eyeshadow palettes I’ve tried and tested, Tarte always seem to come out on top and their Tarteist PRO Amazonian Clay Palette (I know, longest name ever) does not disappoint. I was drawn to this beauty for the colours and my love for their eyeshadow formula.

The palette includes 20 shades in total, 16 matte and 4 shimmery. The palette on a whole is simple yet luxe and includes a large mirror. The shadows are all infused with Amazonian Clay for smooth blending and flake resistant wear. One of my favourite parts about this palette is the colour pay off, the shades look exactly the same; from the packaging, to the swatches and to applying them on the eyes. Their formula is to die for, these shadows are so creamy and silky they make blending the colours together a complete breeze, I always know I can rely on Tarte eyeshadows to create both a simple to a complex eye look!


There are endless ways you could use this palette, that’s one of the reasons why I love it so much. I’ve had a play and thought I’d share with you my 3 favourite ways to use these colours!


This look is something I’d wear more on a daily basis as it goes with everything. This palette is mainly made up of warm tones which I find looks the most natural on me, I added darker brown along the lash line to add depth but the key to this is just blending until I was happy with it.

  1. After using eyeshadow primer I used “Classic” all over my lid as a base colour 
  2. The shade “Bold” is the perfect colour to blend in the crease, I added more of this until I was happy with how dark it was
  3. To make the look more warm toned, I added “Whimsy” into the crease and also along the lower lash line
  4. In the outer corner I blended “Edgy” and also along the lash line, this just adds depth to the look so it’s not all one colour 
  5. Punk” is a very dark black so I used this in place of eyeliner along the lash line


Pink on the eyes is like marmite, you either love it or hate it. I find that there’s a fine line between it going perfectly and looking great or it just looking like your eyes are sore! I mixed the pink and the purple shades together to create this look and added a wing.

  1. After using eyeshadow primer I used “Classic” all over my lid as a base colour
  2. I mixed the colours “Chic” and “Mod” together in the crease and along the lower lash line
  3. To add depth I also blended “Drama” and “No Filter” from the outer corner in the crease
  4. From the inner corner to the centre of the lid I applied “Glam
  5. To blend the wing, along the outer corner on the lower lash line I also used “Vamp


This one was my favourite to create, it’s so different for me but I love it. 

  1. After using eyeshadow primer I used “Classic” all over my lid as a base colour
  2. I mixed “Bold” and “Whimsy” together in the crease and kept adding more until it was dark enough
  3. To blend the turquoise into the orange I added “Smoked” into the crease also 
  4. All over the lid I applied “Trendy” and continued to layer this until the blue was bright and bold, I also placed this along the lower lash line 
  5. In the inner corner I used “Glam” to add a highlight 

As I mentioned before, you could create so many different looks with this palette. If, like me, you’re a lover of the Tartelette palettes already, you’ll love this one – definitely worth it! 

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