Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Review & Swatchfest: Limited Edition Tarte Natural Smokey Eye Kit

I don't know if this kit is only part of ULTA's 21 Days of Beauty, but I do know that it's a Limted Edition ULTA exclusive so I wanted to get a review and swatches up pronto so you could take advantage of the deal yourself. In Tarte's Limited Edition Natural Smokey Eye Kit, you get 4 full sized products AND a double ended brush for $32, plus there is a coupon on the ULTA website for $3.50 off of any $10+ purchase. But, we all know it's not enough to be a good deal, the quality of the products have to be there too! While I can tell you all of them are awesome, I will let the pictures below speak for themselves.




Included in the kit is Lash Primer, Light Camera Lashes Mascara, a double ended brush, cream shadow, and liner.

Amazonian Clay Waterproof Cream Eyeshadow in Rich Brown




This cream shadow is well pigmented, applies evenly, and doesn't crease when worn without a primer underneath and undo with shadow. 

Amazonian Clay Waterproof Liner in Green





This liner is very opaque, creamy, and long lasting. It could easily double as a cream shadow!



The double ended brush is great for applying the cream shadow and gel liner. The narrow liner brush picture above has become my favorite shape for applying cream/gel liner.

Light, Camera, Lashes Mascara Open

Those are some serious stats!
Primer brush
Lashes Before

Lashes with Primer


Lashes with primer and mascara
Not only does this combination really pump up the lash volume, but it is really good at separating! On my lash line is the liner swatched above.

Whether you are a Tarte fan or looking to try some, this is an great it at an amazing price! Get it while it lasts!

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