Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Tarte Cosmetics Goddess Glow Holiday 17 Highlighter Extravaganza


Yes, it's a highlighting extravaganza today!!!  I have something to show you that I purchased at the Sephora VIB Rouge Holiday Preview event.    I've already talked about the Fenty products that I purchased on youtube where I also introduced this piece of hot Tarte fire.  There are swatches and thoughts in the Fenty video linked and well as my video dedicated to the Tarte Goddess Glow Highlighter itself.  The highlighter has .42 gm of product for $35.  As of this writing it is available at Sephora and Tarte's website.  Tarte is a cruelty free vegan company.


The etching in the highlighter is to be remniscent of the tile work in Morocco.  I think they nailed it!!  I've used it five or six times already and the pattern is still well intact.  It'll take awhile to ruin the pattern with use.   There is a full mirror in this oversized compact.

The overall color is a delicate champagne beige with micro sparkles.  I think it swatches best in the video so if you'd like to see the swatches please watch the video.  I have some thoughts and tips there too.



I'm loving wearing this with all my tanks and cold shoulder tops.  It would be brilliant on the body during holiday season as well.  The teeny golden micro shimmers stay where you brush them on and don't fall off flaking all over.  It's a really well done highlighter.

Are you curious to see what else Tarte has coming out for holiday?  ME TOO!!!  I know there will be tons of stuff, Ulta Exclusives, Sephora Exclusives.  I'm getting curious!

You can follow Tarte Cosmetics on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest.  What do you think about this lovely?  What kind of makeup are you looking forward to this holiday season?


22 comments:

  1. I adore the etching! You're right, very Moroccan!

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  2. I'm really glad to hear you got several uses and still have the pressed image still in place! It's always so hard for me to start using products when they look so pretty, and while I know it's a waste of money, I get so much enjoyment by looking at them! Haha!

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    1. I'm with you. It took a couple days for me to touch it. But I've been swirling that kabuki in it and it looks almost new still. The etching is holding up well!

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  3. The embossing is truly stunning. I would be afraid to use it! Using it on the body is an interesting idea especially during the summer

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    1. I've been looking for something for my arms like this for about two years!

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  4. This is a beautiful highlighter from embossed design to its effect. I imagine it looks beautiful dusted on the body as much as the face!!

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    1. It really does. It makes me feel all fancy pants.

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  5. Your skintone is perfect for this. Are you as dark in the winter?

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    1. Not generally. Although the last two winters, I didn't spend much time outside. I imagine I'll be out more this winter.

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  6. That's gorgeous and I love the design!

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    1. me too! it would be awesome if they used it again for something.

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  7. I love the design and packaging. You are the highlighter GODDESS!

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  8. This one is stunningly pretty! I'm glad to hear the pattern doesn't get mussed up so easily - I've lost count of the compacts where the pattern disappeared after a use or two, and then it no longer looked as pretty :(

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    1. right? I think they took that into consideration with this design. Cuz it's holding up well!

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  9. That is one stunning highlighter!

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  10. I loooove the stamp they used to press the powder!

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    1. me too!!!! It would be a pretty decoration itself.

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  11. This looks really pretty, and that design it stunning x

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  12. I hate when the makeup is stamped so pretty, I don't want to ruin it!

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    1. I was really hesitant at first. It took me two days to get into it. But I've used it at least five times, and swirled fairly heavily with my big fat kabuki and it still looks barely used. The etching is deep enough to last awhile. I'm glad because it's so pretty.

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