January 12, 2012

Tarte Maracuja Blush & Glow Swatches

Can we have a 101 for proper highlighting techniques? Because I may or may not suck at it! They’ll be cookies at the class. Yay?

I’m no expert at highlighter application but I know what I like and I am liking Tarte Maracuja Blush & Glow.

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Here’s a few swatches Maracuja Blush & Glow.

(Swatched Above: Moonlight)

(Swatched Above: Sunlight)

(Swatched Above: Candlelight)

This is a two step blush and glow product that delivers a pop of cream blush on cheeks with a dash of hydrating highlighter in a matching radiant shade for extra glow! The formula is infused with Tarte’s maracuja oil which contains a high dose of essential fatty acids and vitamin C plus a boast of hydration!

Review is on the way but aren’t the swatches rather beautiful?

Maybe our class together will aid me in getting the “glow” part of this product down.

Available now exclusively at Sephora and Sephora.com

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  • kiwikiwidragon

    I could buy Candlelight and Moonlight. What is the price point for these? Goodness knows I need ZERO blush, maybe they will be super pricesy and keep me away, LOL.

  • Melissa

    ohh I like 2-for one products! I might have some TARTE love in my future. Anyhow, I picked up some tips from Christina/Temptalia and from some chic on YouTube that I can’t find a link for now. They both seem to have the highlight thing down to a science. I have a fuller cheeks so for cream/liquid highlighters I either mix with foundation or dot it on top of base (foundation or bb cream usually). The dots go on a line just above where blush goes. Or if I don’t want to highlight cheeks, I will do the dots along the nasal folds down toward my lips. Blend dots with a stippling brush or fingers. I also apply a small dot in the bow of my lips and one where the “11” is. – the spot just above the the space between my brows. (just starting to get those lines) HTH with 101

  • themakeupism

    These remind me of Nars illuminators. Which I really love in the Orgasm shade. Have you tried those muse? If so how do they compare. I like the light orange-y smell the nars one has. And a tiny bit goes a long way.

    • the Muse

      I have indeed! they aren’t as glittery/shimmer as the nars one I have in orgasm. 🙂

  • Margaret

    Ohhhh, PURTY.

    I like Moonlight and Candlelight. Sunlight is too frightening for my pale skin.

    I take it the highlighter is in the tube and the blush is in the cap? That’s neat.

  • Chels

    At first I couldn’t figure out how the heck you were getting two colors out of one tube then I looked and I’m all…ohhhhhhhhhhh.

    Also, candelight is where it’s at!

  • mary

    I must have Moonlight in my life! Would look lovely on my fair skin I think! xx