Tarte Color Your World with Shades of Clay Collection Review & Swatches
It’s today! The new Tarte Color Your World with Shades of Clay Collection launches as the QVC Today’s Special Value! This 7 Piece Tarte Collection features several products, a few of them being brand new world wide launches! The best part? The Tarte Color Your World with Shades of Clay Set is a mere $59!
You can even sign up for QVC’s Auto Delivery which means you seal price and you’ll get two new seasonal selections in June 2014 and October 2014 with brand new shades and products.
Take a look!
The Tarte Color Your World with Shades of Clay Collection includes:
- Tarte Colored Clay SPF 15 Liquid Foundation
- Tarte Colored Clay CC primer
- Tarte Clay Blush Bronzer in Pink Bronze
- Tarte LipSurgence Lip Gloss in True Love (sheer raspberry)
- Tarte Clay Eyeliner in Black
- Tarte Lights, Camera, Lashes Mascara in Black
- Tarte Bamboo Foundation Brush
- Makeup Bag
I’ve reviewed many of the products already and you can see the links above to see detailed reviews on each of the items featured in this set.
Tarte concentrates on perfecting your face in this set with a less emphasis on eyes with this set. Eyes are a simple affair with eyeliner and one of Tarte’s bestselling mascaras, Lights, Camera, Lashes. I use Lights, Camera, Lashes daily. It’s one of my favorite, HG (holy grail mascaras). It’s a simple brush applicator with a straight line and a formula that lengthens, adds good volume, and creates longer lashes in a few swipes. The formula never smudges or flakes on my drier eyes and wears long and strong. The Clay Eyeliner in this set is a bit drier compared to past Tarte formulas. Tarte def excels at creating some of the creamiest eyeliners on the market but this is considerably less creamy and glossy with a matte finish and a slightly drier texture that smudges easily but doesn’t glide on as smoothly across my lash line. I’d suggest warming it gently on the back of your arm to get an easy glide! It does wear long on my drier eyes without fading, flaking, or smudging.
Two of my favorite pieces in the collection are the new Tarte Colored Clay SPF 15 Liquid Foundation and Tarte Colored Clay CC Primer. Both are available in your choice of five shades. I’ve reviewed these in great detail in another post and you can follow the links above to find those reviews. Used together the products create a flawless, airbrushed appearance! Tarte did quite a great job with both…I see the primer becoming something I’ll likely prep my skin with daily. Tarte also includes a slanted Bamboo Brush to apply the foundation. This is an angled brush that fits the contour of your face nicely and allows you to brush and buff on the thicker foundation. This brush comes in hand to thin and sheer the formula of the foundation out since it is very pigmented.
Also included with the set is blush, lipgloss, and a very large makeup bag. The makeup bag is a thinner canvas material and makes for a perfect going away bag as it is quite huge, you can tuck shampoo bottles in this thing along with other essentials. The blush I’ve already reviewed but briefly I’d like to say I love how this combines the elements of a sunny glowing bronzer along with a bright blush to give cheeks a burst of color!
Beyond a doubt the set is a huge value working out to around $10 per full size product after shipping. Where in the world can you get full size makeup products of this quality for around $10 bucks each? The value is just excellent and Tarte is always on their A game with this QVC sets. It’s Spring soon or at least they tell me that’s happening sometime soon and perhaps you’re starting to shop bronzers and perhaps a new foundation to ease your dull, tired Winter skin. If that’s the case you’ll find everything you need to wash away the Winter blues with the Tarte Color Your World with Shades of Clay Collection. This is a great set and a great value.
Wearing everything in this set above
It’s available at the intro cost today only at QVC.com.
Loves this one.
Well done Tarte.
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