Tarte Amazonian Clay Blush in Exposed is another product that I've had forever and never got around to reviewing.
Honestly, at first I didn't know how I felt about it, so I didn't want to review it until I was sure.
So, here's that long awaited review. :)
This blush retails for $26.
Exposed is described as Nude.
I say it's more of a rose-y tan shade.
Also, it's matte.
These Amazonian Clay blushes are supposed to last 12 hours.
I can say that the longest I've worn this is about 9, and it didn't lose any vibrancy in that time.
For me, this blush was very hyped up. I'd heard so many you-tubers raving over it, bloggers raving about it, and so I thought, hey, I NEED this in my life.
I'm not a pink/red/orange blush person. I don't like to see it, I just like to have a very light tone to make me look alive, not flat.
I'm not all about the clown cheeks.
That's why I thought this blush was perfect.
However, at the time that I purchased this, I was VERY tan.
I was a medium/tan skin tone and this blush barely showed up.
To get any color from it I had to pack it on, and that's why I've waited to review it.
I couldn't give a fair representation of the blush.
How can I properly test and review something that I couldn't use properly?
It wouldn't be fair to give it a bad review because I didn't have the right skin tone.
So, here we are.
A few months later, and I don't tan nearly as much.
I'm still tan, but it's a big difference.
Now that I have a lighter skin tone, the blush looks AMAZING.
I absolutely love it.
It's the most beautiful natural shade.
It lasts a long time, it applies and blends wonderfully.
Also, $26 may seem steep to some, but as someone who barely wears blush, this will last me so so long.
I totally recommend this blush for anyone looking for a more natural looking blush.
Also, my recent success with this blush, has got me eyeing the Benefit Rockateur blush.
Any have the benefit one? Do you like it/recommend it?
Have you tried this blush?
Let me know what you think!