Tarte BB Tinted Undereye Corrector Swatches

Tarte BB Tinted Undereye Corrector

The Tarte Beauty without Boundaries Set launches today on QVC as you know and with a brand new worldwide launch of Tarte’s new BB Tinted Undereye Corrector.

The corrector is available in three main shade selections and I’ve swatched all three below for you.

Take a look!

I find the texture a little heavier on the Tarte BB Tinted Undereye Corrector but Tarte offered up some tips for application recently which I’ve been trying out for myself. I also find to sheer out the thicker texture that it is key to use the brush included with the Beauty Without Boundaries Set.

Here’s a tip from make artist Erin Griffin for application:

The best results are achieved when you apply this under your primer and/or concealer and not over it. The peach tones counteract darkness, redness and sallowness under the eyes and work as an eraser so that you can apply you foundation/primer/concealer on an even-toned canvas. Also, a little bit goes a long way, so after I use the brush, I take my ring finger and gently dab—the warmth of my finger helps blend everything together seamlessly.

Tarte BB Tinted Undereye Corrector Fair to Light

Fair to Light

Tarte BB Tinted Undereye Corrector Medium to Tan

Medium to Tan

Tarte BB Tinted Undereye Corrector Deep

Deep

Tarte BB Tinted Undereye Corrector Swatches

Fair to Light, Medium to Tan, and Deep

The shade selection of your Tarte BB Tinted Undereye Corrector is based on what shade you select in the Tarte BB Tinted Treatment. So expect the following with your shade selection:

  • Tarte BB Tinted Treatment Fair and Light Shades will get Tarte BB Tinted Undereye Corrector in Fair to Light.
  • Tarte BB Tinted Treatment Medium and Tan Shades will get Tarte BB Tinted Undereye Corrector in Medium to Tan
  • Tarte BB Tinted Treatment Light in Deep will get Tarte BB Tinted Undereye Corrector in Deep.

I found the light a touch too peach for me so I ended up mixing a little with medium. The shades are corrector shades, not concealer ones, so they are darker or peachier because they are meant to diffuse the appearance of dark circles. If you need more coverage after application you can always apply concealer on top of the corrector.

Good luck!

Hope these swatches help!

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This review contains a sample
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  • 9/24/13 11:03 Laurie:

    Thank you so much for the swatches. The light looks way too dark for me and my daughter so I’ll be skipping this one and saving for the next BE color TSV (if there is one!).

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    • 9/25/13 9:49 the Muse:

      my pleasure :)

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  • 9/24/13 12:45 devibutterfly4:

    Thanks for the info!! I’ve been using it on top of my Covergirl Olay correcter! 0_O

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    • 9/24/13 12:46 the Muse:

      my pleasure :)

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  • 9/24/13 22:32 Adrienne:

    Thanks so much for the swatches. They look so much darker and concentrated in the container before being applied on the skin. I can actually go lighter. I’m excited to try these do you think they will make their way to Ulta? They have gotten so much of money this month with the 28 days of beauty. The cargo eyeshadow will be my last purchase this month.

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    • 9/25/13 12:30 the Muse:

      my pleasure! they actually sheer out once applied. according to Tarte they will be available only at qvc exclusively unti, 11/30/2013 so hopefully you’ll see at Ulta after that time.

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  • 9/25/13 10:44 majick:

    this looks interesting and I may try it eventually. RIght now I just use my IT bye bye undereye in tan and then mix a touch of medium over it – does the same trick of deleting out the dark circles (at least for me).

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