|From the left to right clockwise : Peaceful, Glisten, Exposed|
|From top to bottom : Exposed, Glisten, Peaceful|
|From left to right : Exposed, Peaceful, Glisten|
"A long-wearing, supremely soft blush infused with Amazonian clay harvested from the banks of the Amazon River and naturally baked by the sun."
The shades I have : Peaceful - Soft nude-peach, Glisten - Shimmery peachy-pink, Exposed - Nude pink
The packaging of these blushes are the same color of the actual blush color inside. I find this very helpful because the from the packaging I can tell the color and pick whichever I want to use. These look bright and bold in the packaging but go on the skin very wearable and naturally. The texture is smooth and it's pigmented but not overly to the point of looking too much on the first application. The color can be more bold like how it is in packaging if you build it up by applying several layers if you want. These on my skin leave a "translucent blushing from within" look that is very pretty and natural looking but noticeable. What I like about these blushes is that they go on the skin very smoothly and don't look patchy or uneven. It doesn't cling to one area and it give an even application on the cheeks. The shades include a lot of matte colors which is awesome, with a few satin finishes and a few shimmers. Also the shade range seems to work for a lot of different skin tones from fair to dark so it's easy for anyone to pick a shade they like and works for them. Another huge thing I like about these blushes is that they truly are long lasting. The twelve hour is also mostly true because I have used this several times when I applied my makeup at around eight or nine in the morning and took it off at around ten at night. My blush had faded a little bit and of course it didn't look as fresh as I first applied it, but I still could see it on my cheeks. It didn't look patchy or uneven after that much amount of time had passed and I was very impressed.
Overall, I truly love these blushes and I would definitely try more shades but I am really picky with my blush shades and I don't like certain colors on my skin personally that's why I don't have more. I recommend these to anyone who loves blushes. These are pricey but a little of the product goes a long way and it's long lasting on the skin, so I say these are worth the price. But if you like to try these but don't want to pay for the full price, Tarte website often has sales or coupons for an amount of percent off order , so I would suggest to wait and order then. I always get a good deal on their products this way as well.
Have you tried any of the Tarte Amazonian Clay Blushes? What are your thoughts on it?
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