July 2, 2015

Tarte Energy Noir Eye & Cheek Palette for Fall 2015

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Tarte Energy Noir Eye & Cheek Palette

It’s ok to start Fall 2015 makeup shopping now! You can indulge in the new Tarte Energy Noir Eye & Cheek Palette ($38) right this very minute at Sephora.com and get a head starte on the Tarte Fall 2015 Collection with this gorgeous little makeup palette.

The Tarte Energy Noir Eye & Cheek Palette is a new eye and cheek palette that includes eight sultry neutral, plum, and smoky shades of Tarte Eyeshadows as well as highlighter, blush, and a step by step get the look guide.

Includes:

  • Tarte Amazonian Clay Eyeshadow in Full Moon, Charged Up, Dark Drive, Stone Unturned, Up Too Slate, Misty Mauve, Power Plum, Lunar Eclipse
  • Tarte Amazonian Clay Highlighter in Crystal Spark
  • Tarte Amazonian clay 12-Hour Blush in Unearthed
  • Step-by-step Guide

Grab the Tarte Energy Noir Eye & Cheek Palette now at Sephora.com. Or get it from QVC.com with a double ended brush for application!

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  • devon

    this is on qvc too for the same price but with a double-ended brush!! :] will you be reviewing?

  • Maria

    This looks pretty but the shades look similar to the other Tarte palettes with Browns and neutral shades. I wish Tarte would have more colorful shades in their kits.

  • Diana

    How much product is in these compared to their round face disks?

    • Isabella Muse

      6 of the 0.035 Eyeshadows
      2 of the other shades are are 0.045 oz
      0.045 oz Amazonian clay highlighter
      1.91 oz blush

  • melanie

    I haven’t bought the last few palettes from tarte but this I love and have always had good luck purchasing Tarte products before reading reviews. Just purchased off of Sephora. I don’t like double ended brushes so I passed on QVC. Plus got tons of samples through Sephora plus used points. Yup don’t need but open wallet take out card. I love Fall love seeing all this stuff coming out

    • Isabella Muse

      yay! Happy to hear you grabbed it Melanie! ๐Ÿ˜€ good on you for getting it at Sephora and grabbing some samples ๐Ÿ˜€

  • kimkats

    Oh man… Tarte is killin’ me this year – I think I’ve bought all the palettes they have released, except the showstopper one. All the rectangular ones I have gotten, and I can see this one will be no exception!! It’s like they’ve been reading my mind, b/c I love them all, and am spending all my hard earned $$ on them! (dons metal colander with homemade foil antennae)…. ๐Ÿ˜€

  • diane

    I would love to see swatches of this. Dd you get the second palette from the Feb TSV auto delivery? I want to see those shades too.

    • Isabella Muse

      I don’t think I got the second set yet….or maybe I did and tossed it in the “review pile” I have to check my qvc.com account now lol! #makeupproblems!

      • Nicole

        I’m soooo looking forward to your review!!! I saw that they put up the palette from the second TSV shipment by itself on QVC. I’m holding out on that second shipment pending a review and swatches!!

  • Genevieve

    This palette looks lovely – as it seems to lean towards cool colours. I hope so.