Tarte ‘Maneater’ Palette – Review, Swatches, and Look

Back in February, I got a birthday coupon from Ulta for $10 off any purchase.  Since it wasn’t limited to non-prestige items I knew that it was my chance to treat myself.

tarte maneater palette reivew swatches

I knew that I wanted a small palette, and something a bit different from what I already own.  After perusing Ulta for 20 minutes, I decided that I wanted something with metallic shadows that swatched nicely.  Tarte ‘Maneater’, come on doooooown!

From the second that I swatched the metallic gold, I knew that this palette had to come home with me.  The Tarte ‘Maneater’ Palette comes with eight shades, in a mix of metallic, and matte finishes.  

tarte maneater palette reivew swatches

The shadows pick up so smoothly on my brush, and apply to my lid absolutely beautifully.  And did I mention that it smells like hot cocoa?!?!

tarte maneater palette reivew swatches

tarte maneater palette reivew swatches

tarte maneater palette reivew swatches
‘Purr’ in crease, ‘Passion’ in the inner half of my lid, ‘Hypnotic’ in the outer half of my lid, ‘Foxy’ on the inner
2/3 of my lid, ‘Lace’ on my browbone, ‘Saucy’ on the lower 2/3 of my lash line.
tarte maneater palette reivew swatches
Also wearing: Yazbukey for Shu Uemura ‘Daring Violet’.

Man, oh man, oh man!  I would totally recommend this palette if you’re looking for something that’s travel-friendly, has a nice selection of shades, and is just an all around a great palette!

Do you have any other “hidden gem”-type palettes that you’d recommend?  Let me know in the comments below.

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