Tarte Cosmetics ‘Tartelette Bloom Palette’ Review and Swatches

The palettes of all palettes! What better way to start blogging again by reviewing a beautiful eyeshadow palette! The original Tartelette palette had hit the beauty community by storm when they released one of the first, best, all-matte, high end palette. Now Tarte Cosmetics have released out into the world, its younger sister, the Tartelette Bloom Palette. It was available since November, 2015. This palette, I have to say, is one of my most used palettes as of late. The packaging, the quality, the shades… everything about this palette got me mesmerised!

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LAURE MERCIER ‘Sleek & Chic Eye Colour Palette’ Review


Laura Mercier has done it again! They have released a new range of limited edition products for their line of holiday collections. I had purchased the Sleek & Chic Eye Colour Palette and the Caviar Eye Colour Sticks (which I will reserve for another future post). What a palette! It atones for the many palettes on the market that leans either too cool-toned or warmed-toned. This palette alone caters for all skin types and skin tones. The most versatile palette I have seen be released for the upcoming holidays.

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Real-U Australia Face Cleanser, Control+ Face Gel, Lite Moisturiser Review*

Real-U is an Australian skincare brand that has been ’30 years in the making’. The Face Wash Cleanser, Control+ Face Gel and Lite Moisturiser were gifted to me a while ago directly from the Director of Real-U. They produce products without using any toxic chemicals or harsh substances, such as Benzoyl Peroxide, that could potentially harm or irritate your skin. They restrictedly holds by their philosophy of creating products that will be suited for all skin types. Whether you have dry skin, oily skin, have acne prone skin, or combination, this product is said to help with it all! Though they do not aim to make huge claims, they do aim to give both teenagers and adults the ability to take control over unreliable skin.

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