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Ahhh Tarte’s Carried Away Collector’s Set is a huge selection of Tarte products all rolled into a very large travel roll makeup bag. Tarte introduction of the set with their Holiday 2012 Collection is a refreshing change from their typical Jewelry Box themed palettes from years past.
The Carried Away Set is more about travel friendly options and a selection of products that can be broken up and either toted away with you or used on their own. This is a more versatile selection of products that doesn’t confine you to a bulky palette. No question, Tarte’s past Jewelry Box Palettes are absolutely gorgeous. However, these types of palettes are a bit bulky and aren’t travel friendly.
Carried Away gives you the option to easily tote your makeup with you or remove it from the makeup bag it comes with and take only one or two pieces of the collection with you. As I said the Jewelery Box Palettes are gorgeous but I do like the option of removing the eyeshadow palette or the blush or the lipglosses and just taking those with me….where as with the larger palette I have to tote it ALL with me.
The Carried Away Set definitely proves easier to travel with.
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Love yourself some Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush? You’ll love the new Tarte Fantastic Foursome Enthusiast Set than! It includes four half pint sized Tarte Blushes for $35.
This set was introduced with Tarte’s Holiday 2012 Collection and is available for a limited time.
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So far I’ve generally like all the Super Blendable Blushes launched with this year’s Project Runway Collection. The formulas haven’t been the best on all of them (a little dry, a bit chalky) but they are workable.
If you’re making your list and deciding which products to buy from the collection might I make one suggestion, avoid the Mystic’s Blush, it’s the worst of the four shades released.
L’Oreal’s Project Runway Super Blendable Blush in The Temptress’ Blush is my second favorite shade from the limited edition collection. It doesn’t have the most forgivable formula in the book but the color is so very gorgeous.
Did you pick it up!?
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E.L.F. Studio HD Blush ($3) has launched to some great excitement and let’s face it who wouldn’t be hyped about a three dollar blush that quite reminded us of Make Up For Ever‘s much more expensive version at $26!
Rich, creamy, and HD ready these promise a long wearing formula and are available in five shades.
Do you need them?