The Must Have Tarte Maneater Collection

The shopping channels do not get enough credit in my opinion, they have some amazing deals available. QVC are a channel that need to be shouted about more, they stock brands such as The Ordinary, Benefit and more! Last week, I spotted on their facebook that they are giving customers an exclusive deal. This deal included a range of products from the one and only Tarte, who are a difficult brand to get your hands on here in the UK. This weeks special deal from QVC is a 7 piece set at only £43.96 (RRP £60), yep you read it right all this Tarte goodness for under £50 and if you opt for the easy installments option like me, you only pay £10 a month compared to the full payment. 

Tarte has been on my radar for a while now, so getting this bargain of a deal was a no brainer! I will be revewing everything in more depth over time, but for now here is what you can pick up in the set.  
Tarte Maneater Collection QVC
What does the collection include? 

1 x Amazonian Clay full coverage foundation (50ml)
1 x Buffer foundation brush (limited edition)
1 x Maneater Eyeshadow Palette (limited edition; 4.2g)
1 x eyeshadow brush
1 x Maneater Self-Sharpening Eyeliner (limited edition; 0.25g)
1 x Maneater Voluptuous Mascara (limited edition; 9ml)
1 x Lip Sculptor lipstick (3.5g) and lipgloss (2ml)
1 x cosmetics bag

Tarte Maneater Eyeshadow Palette

Tarte Maneater Eyeshadow Palette


If Tarte are known for anything, it has to be their eyeshadow palettes. Spoiler alert, after having this one for only a few days I need every palette going. The packaging of this whole collection is gorgeous, the lepard print runs throughout and looks gorgeous. Maneater as a palette is perfect for everyday, the warm toned neutrals come in matte, satin and shimmer form, there is also a highlighter included perfect for the cheeks, inner corner and brow bone. All 7 shades can be mixed with one another to create different looks. Each shade swatched like a dream and the above are only with one slight tap, the pigmentation is incredible. They have a slight vanilla scent, which is odd but very pleasing. The brush that is included with the palette is amazing, fluffy, easy to use and perfect to travel with. 

Tarte Maneater Mascara and Eyeliner

Keeping on the eyes theme, there are a eyeliner that self sharperns itself?! Along with a voluminsing mascara that claims to give fluttery fullness without the clumpy feeling. I am so excited to see how these pair and work, the packaging alone are enough to make you swoon. 
Tarte Amazonian Clay Foundation

As well as the palette, my other reason for purchasing the collection is the Amazonian Clay Foundation. This retails for £30 alone, basically the price of the whole bundle. Tarte claim this foundation to be a full coverage, long lasting and matte foundation with up to 12 hours wear. All these claims are getting me really excited to try it, maybe even review it to see how it works. The buffing brush that is included apparently helps to give you a seamless finish - here's hoping.
Tarte Lip Sculptor
The final thing to be inlcuded in the collection is a gorgeous lip duo, one side being a lipstick and the other a lip gloss to pair with it. I've been wearing this the past few days and so far so good. The lipstick is creamy and the lip gloss is non-sticky. I think I'm going to be buying more of these. 

Buying all these products indidually will cost £112, compared to the set for £43 - thats a saving of nearly £70. I am so glad that my impluse buy has been worth it, as a brand Tarte are always hyped up so it is time to put that to the test. I also ordered the Shape Tape concealer, which will be featured on here very soon...

Have you tried anything from Tarte? 




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