Tarte Leave Her Blushing Set Of 3 Deluxe Amazonian Clay Blushes & Blush Brush – Review, Photos & Swatches
Get cheeky this season with a dashing wardrobe of three limited-edition deluxe Amazonian clay 12-hour blushes and a supremely soft blush brush.
Includes 3 deluxe Amazonian clay 12-hour blushes in this season’s hottest new limited-edition shades:
• Honored – a nude rose shade
• Imagined – a candy pink shade
• Treasured – a melon shade
• Blush brush
The packaging of these blushes are very similar to the regular Tarte Blushes, only these blushes are smaller, amd it does not contain any mirror. It’s a lot lighter and the plastic packaging feels a bit different compared to the original ones. The blush brush, is made from wood and it has a golden ferrule, and the brand logo ‘Tarte’ is embedded on to the ferrule. The brush is not as dense compared to the ones I have tried, and frankly, I’m not really used to these types of blush brushes. I prefer my blush brushes to be angled. Also, since it’s not dense, it packs on more product, so you need to be careful.
This set includes three pieces of 3 pieces of deluxe Amazonian Clay blushes. I really like this blush set because of its diverse color selection. These blushes are not too similar to each other, and it’s basically suited for all seasons/occasions:
• Honored – Is a nude rose shade, with a hint of peach
• Imagined – Candy Pink shade; Great for summer/spring
• Treasured – Bright Melon shade, with really fine specs of silver glitter (at least in my opinion)
These blushes are very easy to apply and blend, even when using the blush brush that came with it. The shade ‘Imagined’ may look quite intimidating right off the pan, but when blended, it looks really gorgeous. My current favorite is actually ‘Honored’. I find it very versatile and I can wear it with whatever eye look I prefer.
Each of these shades are very pigmented and they all have a rich color pay off. They’re not powdery nor are they chalky. Honestly, I have no complaints regarding these blushes. I did not experience any fallouts, nor did I have have any problems with it. It has a really nice texture and has a buttery consistency when swatched.
These blushes lasted on me for a really long time, more than eight hours, after that I didn’t really wait any longer, I had to remove it. It pretty much lasted as long as my Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in ‘Exposed’. As for the scent, I didn’t really smell anything in particular, even when I smelled it right out of the pan.
I guess the only downside of this limited edition set is that compared to the original blushes, these blushes are made in China. The blushes that belong in the permanent line are made in USA, while the ones that Tarte manufacture for their limited edition line are mostly manufactured in China. For me, I must admit, I was a bit uncomfortable regarding that tiny detail, but upon testing them out, they really feel the same and I don’t find any major difference aside from their packaging.
• Price | PhP 1,950 • Contains | 3 Blushes & 1 Blush Brush
• Avalability | Makeovershop
Rich color payoff
Easy to apply and blend
Lasted for more than eight hours
Set includes three blushes in one box
Formulated without parabens, mineral oil, synthetic fragrances, etc.
Includes a blush brush
The packaging feels a bit different compared to those that are from the permanent line
Does not include a mirror
Blush brush feels a bit flimsy & not that dense
Made in China
Not available locally
I would say that despite of the product’s cons, I still love this set, and if next year they come up with another blush set, I would totally buy another. You see, a regular Tarte blush costs PhP 1,100-1,400 and yes it does contain a lot of product, but with PhP 1,950 you get three blushes and a brush. It’s definitely a nice deal! Some may turn their heads against this product because it’s made in China but I don’t really care, it’s basically the same thing. It feels the same, it has the same buttery consistency that I’ve always loved about Tarte. I guess, the only difference is the packaging. Tarte blushes’ original packaging feels a lot heavier compared to these blushes, and they do have a mirror but again, that’s fine with me.
Definitely worth the money and will definitely repurchase (another version perhaps, lol).
So that’s my opinion about these blushes. I don’t know how else I can speak highly about this product. How about you? Do you like Tarte products? What’s your favorite Tarte blush/product? Or better yet, what’s your favorite blush? Let me know through the comments below.