Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Operation Palette #3: Tarte Bon Voyage pt.1

Welcome to the third operation palette!  This post will be featuring looks from the Bon Voyage Palette in Tarte's Sephora exclusive set.

Like the two previous operation palette's,  this features quite a large palette so I will be splitting looks up into two parts.  The second part will come later.


Please use the picture and names of the eyeshadows below for reference to the colors used for each look.




Top Row L-R: Palace of Versaille, Moulin Rouge, I think I Cannes, My Own Cotes du Rhone, Boudoir Noir

Second Row L-R: Fall in Louvre, Provence Upon a Time, Eiffel For You, Too Haute to Handle, Bastille in the Night
Third Row L-R: Chantilly Lace, Merci You Later, No Champagne No Gain, Take on Bordeaux, French Riviera
Last Row L-R: C'est la Vie, Marseille the Word, Play Nice, On a Good Notre Dame, Le Cordon Bleu



Look #1:




1. C'est la Vie patted on the inner half of the eye
2. Marseille the Word patted on the middle to the outer portion of the eye (blend lightly with C'est la Vie in the middle to diminish harsh lines)
3. Lightly buff Play Nice in the crease and intensify in the outer V
4. Blend a little Merci You Later in and right above the crease to help blend out Play Nice
5. Lightly sweep Chantilly Lace on the brow bone and in the inner corner to highlight

Look #2:


Sorry for being off center!


1. Pat No Champagne, No Gain all over the lid
2. Buff Merci You Later in the crease
3. Darken the outer V by applying My Own Cotes du Rhone and blending well into Merci You Later
4. Pat Palace of Versaille in the brow bone and blend lightly into upper crease
5. Line lower lashline with Le Cordon Bleu

Look #3:





1. Lightly buff Moulin Rouge in the entire crease as a transition color
2. Pat Palace of Versaille all over the lid
3. Buff I Think I Cannes in the outer V and buff to deepen the crease
4. Lightly sweep Palace of Versaille on the brow bone
5. Pat Chantilly Lace in the inner corner and lightly over the lid to add a little sparkle.