September 27, 2017

Tarte Blush Bliss Palette Review & Swatches

This was provided to me by a brand for review and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post but all opinions are my own.

Tarte Blush Bliss Palette is one of several new blush options that released with the Tarte Holiday 2017 Collection. Tarte are always goes very big with Holiday releases but this year it feels like the old days. How many people remember when Tarte had a slew of Holiday sets that releases across a variety of retailers including QVC, Sephora, Ulta, and more? This year, it seems like that’s where Tarte is headed with a ton of different holiday gift sets and palettes.

The Blush Bliss Palette is just one of the many blush options they have available for Amazonian Clay Blush lovers! There’s also the Big Blush Book III and Blush Bazaar Amazonian Clay Blush Palette just to name a few others! So, blush options are plentiful this year from Tarte.

Let’s take a peek at the Blush Bliss Blush palette and see what I think!

Tarte Blush Bliss Palette comes housed in a gorgeous gold compact with a nice, weighty feel. The compact’s face plate has a gold lattice design with Tarte’s signature purple shade in the background. Inside you’ll find a generously-sized mirror and four blushes that are 0.20 oz each. That means you’re getting four full-size blushes! Individual shades are 0.20 oz each and $29 each! It’s a damn great bargain to say the least. The names of each shade are printed beneath them inside the palette which I thought was a nice touch.

The palette and the shades are limited edition and you may or may not already own a shade or a shade like these ones from past Tarte Blush Palette releases. I didn’t compare all the shades I have but will say a few shades looked similiar to me like Genuine and Lovable. I can say that none of these palettes are like the ones released in the Tarte Tarteist Blush Palette which has a similiar design.

Tarte Blush Bliss Palette Swatches (Breathtaking, Genuine, Lovable, Graceful)

Shades:

  • Genuine (pinky apricot)
  • Breathtaking (soft rose pink)
  • Graceful (shimmering pink coral)
  • Loveable (pink melon)

The palette is Made in China but I didn’t experience any issues with the formula. I loved the Tartetist Blush Palette and I have similiar feelings about the Bliss Blush Palette. I really enjoyed this palette. The blushes are firm without being powdery but silky in texture and lightweight with an easy to blend formula that had a smooth, even appearance and excellent pigmentation. Color pay off was excellent! No need to build here! Colors are not sheer and have a beautiful pop on first stroke with a solid eight hour wear without fading or disappearing on my drier cheeks.

Tarte Breathtaking Blush

Tarte Genuine

Tarte Grateful

Tarte Lovable Blush

Just a heads up, one particular shade, Graceful, was a really beautiful show stopping shade. It’s a pretty orange-y coral! This shade alone is worth the palette purchase.

All in all, Tarte Blush Bliss Palette is a winner! If you love blush this one is for you! It contains a slew of product, a variety of shades, and a nicely formulated blush selection.

Do buy it!

Available now at ulta.com and tartecosmetics.com.

This was provided to me by a brand for review and I receive a small commission if you shop using the links in this post but all opinions are my own.

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Isabella MuseIsabella is just an average everyday geeky girl who doesn’t blend her eyeshadow correctly, wears too much blush, and hopes she never finds her holy grail products because she likes the thrill of the chase so much. Her mission is to bring you super honest reviews on makeup, skincare, fragrance and all things beauty. She’s in no way an expert on the topic and she sure as hell isn’t a super model. But she’s passionate about makeup and is seeking like-minded individuals that like pina coladas, getting caught in the rain, and ones that enjoy spending hundreds of dollars at Sephora without feeling buyer’s remorse. If you’re that person feel free to reach out and leave a comment or follow me on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Bloglovin‘.

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  • Linda Whitener

    Gorgeous! Now if Ulta will just come out with one of their 20% off prestige coupons, I’ll be in business. (The significant other likes to paraphrase Woody Allen: “In your family, the biggest sin is paying retail.”)

  • kjh

    Like this one best of the ones I’ve seen online. PRC does not mean bad quality, necessarily. Think Taiwanese sheet masks…arguably the equal of Korean. PRC can be iffy, and it can be great. That’s why we need the blogging community, to rule out the duds. The only PRC I assiduously avoid is anything edible for pets. Real bad track record. But then, off to Kam Man to scope and scoop people food ingredients, AB skincare, maybe color cos, and bath products. If sweatshops is your issue, PRC might not be your best choice. Also read SERIOUS horror stories about PRC counterfeit products, like fake Kylie, fake Becca. Lasting damage and harm. But that could come from ANY country’s counterfeit products. Horse urine, anyone? Yeah, really. The takeaway is to watch out for too good to be true counterfeits, wherever they are from.

    • Isabella Muse

      I 100% agree. Made in China doesn’t mean bad quality at all and yes, Taiwanese sheet masks rock! I had to buy an extra suitcase when I went to Taiwan to literally fit all the sheet masks I purchased lol! There are indeed some crazy fake items out there!

  • Deborah

    Beautiful! I really appreciate you telling us where it’s made. These look just like the blushes in my Gorgeous Getaway holiday palette from a few years ago.