We don’t have the makeup brand Tarte here in Sweden, so when I heard that my mother was going to Chicago for a conference I didn’t hesitate to wish for the beautiful Tarteist Paint Palette. She did actually fulfill my wish by bringing the palette home and after getting it it did not take long before I started playing around with it. I created this soft purple smokey eye with the shadows and also used bronzer, highlighter, mascara, eyeliner and lip paint from the set. A review of the set is coming soon, I’m just going to try out different looks and learn how to use the products in the best way first.
Face: Maybelline Fit Me Concealer (15), Mac Mineralize Concealer (NW15), Max Factor Miracle Match Foundation (45 Warm Almond), IsaDora Velvet Touch Compact Powder (09 Nude Sand), Makeup Revolution Cream Contour Palette, Tarte Tarteist Paint Palette Bronzer (Provocative on cheekbones) & Highlighter (Authentic).
Eyes: Urban Decay Primer Potion, Tarteist Paint Palette Eyeshadows (Glitter Glue in inner corner & browbone, Fresco as transition shade, Selfie Portrait on centre lid, One Too Manet in outer v, Hot MoMa on inner and outer lid, Stained Glass in crease), Tarte Tarteist Lash Paint Mascara & So Fine Micro Liner. Sephora Retractable Brow Pencil.
Lips: Tarte Tarteist Glossy Lip Paint (no shade name found).
Tip! I like to make a less bold eyeliner (in this case basically just a wing) for these kinds of looks to avoid stealing to much focus from the eyeshadow. You can also just smudge a darker eyeshadow along the lash line to get an even smokier look and enhance the rest.