When you think of blush does Amazonian Clay come to mind? I didn’t think so. Intrigued by the thought of clay in blush? Then keep on reading!
Meet my lovely friend Tipsy. She’s a fun, bright, coral a hint of shimmer and is part of the 12- hour blush family. During Spring and Summer she is always close by to brighten up my cheeks with a perfect flush.
Tarte claims Amazonian Clay will
-Help minimize oil to help keep the color in place.
-Help those with dry skin to help restore skin moisture.
-Last up to 12 hours!
Tarte Amazonian Clay in Tipsy comes housed in a plastic compact color coded to match the blush inside. Which some will find extremely helpful if you have a good stash of blushes and are not too fond of flipping over compacts to see the name and/or color. Tarte blushes also have a full size mirror for on the go application or just to check if your make-up is still going strong!
One other unique mention: The pan can be removed to be placed into a Z palette! How cool is that?
The formula itself is beautifully soft but not too soft that tons of product is kicked up when you swirl your blush into the pan. In case you are curious as to what I use to apply this color I toss between MAC 129 and MAC 188 and a kabuki to blend it out seamlessly.
On my oily NC37 skin Tipsy reads as a pinky light coral. The shimmer isn’t too noticeable and blends out nicely compared to NARS blushes. That is something to consider if you are worried about accentuating pores like I am.
I can’t comment on the blush lasting 12 hours but I can say it lasted a strong 8 hours without fading, getting patchy, or letting shine get through.
I love the fact Tarte blushes come with a full sized mirror! Sure comes in handy because my touch up powder MAC MSFN does not have that special touch.
Tarte blushes can be found at Sephora, Ulta, and Tarte online! For $25.00.
Do you love these blushes? Haven’t tried one yet?
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