I never thought a blush could cause such madness but ever since Tarte released it’s Amazonian clay colours, it’s been the it word on every body’s lips. They claim to be extra long lasting (12hrs), infused with natural Amazonian clay which purifies and balances the skin. On a stroll to San Francisco last summer, I picked up a Tarte travel duo consisting of their mineral bronzer (a steal at only $15) and this, a little pan of their famous blush.
Product: Amazonian Clay blush in “Doll Face”
Colour selection: 16 shades
Size: 5.6g (full size), mine is 3.4g (travel size)
Price: $25 USD (full size)
Would I repurchase: Maybe, but in a different shade.
Let’s throw out what this blush advertises to be (glory and all) and talk about what it actually is. This blush in Doll Face is a medium neutral pink with sheer to medium pigmentation buildable blush and although you can see miniscule shimmer in the pan, it applies matte on the cheeks. It’s an easy to wear everyday colour that won’t leave you flustered because it’s nearly impossible accidentally over apply this.
What I plan to do however it take another look at some of their awesome colours, I think this is something that Tarte did really well. There’s a massive 16 shades in this range and so many of them are quite unique. Sephora is currently offering a limited edition set of 4 travel sized blushes in their Tarte Fantastic Foursome kit which has caught my interest. Estee from Essie Button has also just blogged about a shade called “Natural Beauty” which may also interest those with fair skin.
Which shade is a must have?