Tarte Blush Bazaar 2017 Holiday Collection Review | Life Of Dahlia

Tarte Blush Bazzar Holiday Palette Review | Life Of Dahlia

I managed to purchase the Tarte ‘Blush Bazaar‘ from the 2017 holiday collection on sale through the Sephora Australia website, I decided to get this for my makeup kit for my course because I felt it was both seasonal as well as good for different skin tones.

I purchased this before all the drama with Tarte so I’m still deciding if I would purchase from them in the future, however, I wanted to review this product for what it is and put all that drama aside.

I decided to test it out on myself to see how each shade performed on the skin so that when I do apply it on other people I will know if I have to use a light hand.

This palette contains eight ‘Amazonian Clay‘ blush shades including angelic (peachy pink), fortunate (pink melon), skillful (pink berry), exhilarating (fuchsia), authentic (plummy rose), endless (pink raspberry), dainty (melon), extraordinary (shimmering coral) and two highlighters whimsical (shimmery gold) and worthy (soft pink highlight).


So far I’ve played around with most of the shades in this palette and I’ve loved the way each of them looks on my cheeks, I just look’s really flawless.

The blushes in this palette are deluxe-sized versions of their Amazonian clay formula, each pan contains 2.4 g or 0.084 Oz, to compare the full sized Amazonian clay blushes contain 5.6 g or 0.20 Oz. I don’t mind that they are deluxe-sized and not full-sized because there are so many colours, 2.4 grams is still a decent amount of product.


If you get a chance to pick this up or any of their full sized ones I’d say go for it the formula is really nice. I wouldn’t be surprised if they release something similar in the future, I would definitely go for this over one of their ‘Big Blush Books’ because I feel like this size is more manageable for the average person.

This is currently sold out on the Sephora Aus website but is still available on the Tarte website if you’re interested in purchasing it, it is limited edition so I’m not sure how much longer it will be in stock.

I’ve been writing a lot of my posts in advance of posting so I apologise if this is sold out by the time this goes live. Have you tried this palette? What’s your opinion on the Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush formula? Let me know in the comments.



Disclaimer – This post is not sponsored and doesn’t contain any affiliate links, links included are for reference only in case your interest in purchasing the reviewed product.

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erin applebee

Erin Applebee is an Artist, Photographer, Graphic Designer, and Beauty Blogger from Adelaide, South Australia. Currently only posting to my beauty blog regularly Life of dahlia.

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