TARTE AMAZONION CLAY BLUSH IN FLUSH

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Tarte has always been one of the brands I wanted to try. With it's cute packaging and amazing reviews I knew that when I was headed to Sephora I needed, yes needed, a Tarte blush to add to my collection. I visited Sephora a total of 4 times in my week long trip to Las Vegas and finally decided, after lots and lots of swatching, that Flush was my much needed Blush. I absolutely love this perfect pink shade, it leaves the most beautiful soft pink glow to the cheeks whilst looking natural and literally, like a little flush. I bought the soft pink as I had forgotten to pack my blush to bring to Las Vegas with me, and as I was getting married in a couple of days and didn't have a blush, I needed a natural pink shade. This has been my go to blush for the last couple of weeks since I have been home and because this is the shade I wore on my wedding day it will always have a special place in my heart.

Have you tried Tarte? What would you recommend for me to try next?

Katie x

6 comments

  1. Love the look of this shade, such a gorgeous colour for summer and I have only heard positive things about Tarte blushes, so they are definitely next on my wishlist x

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    1. They are lovely. I want them all now :) haha xx

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  2. How beautiful is that! Did you get married while you was there? Thats wonderful! x

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    1. Hiya, Yes we get married in Las Vegas on 13th March :) I have a blog post about it on here too. Check the life category :) xx

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  3. Gorgeous blush. I haven't tried any tarte products yet. It is definitely on my wish list. ;-) http://divadesle.blogspot.com

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    1. This was my first Tarte product and I'm very impressed. Time to try some more :) xx

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