Tarting on Brushes

tarte brushes

Shocker – here I am yet again babbling on about one of my all-time favourite cosmetic brands Tarte. I don’t think you’ll find a week will pass without me sharing another fab offering from their impressive lineup, all their new releases knock it out of the beauty park so it would be rude of me not to share them with you ;) Today I’m delving into the realm of the new, a place within the brand I’ve never been before and one in which I didn’t quite know what to expect. Oh yes, today I bring you brushes! Ranging from big to small from stippled to dense, there is a wide selection to suit every need and brush desire.

Starting with those for your face is the Double Ended Camouflage Tool*. With a sponge applicator on one end and a foundation brush on the other, this is perfect for applying primer, blending areas of foundation or working in your concealer. Both ends of the brushes are also tapered to make application a dream. Next up is the Double Ended Brush*, sounds simple but I’ve found this to be the most versatile brush. Paired with their Amazonian Coloured Clay Concealer this helps to pack on the product without it looking heavy on your skin. With an angled brush on one end and a flat shader on the other you can expertly apply your concealer and blend it in so it’s left undetectable on your skin.

Next up is my favourite in the line up, the Large Fluffy Brush*. With it’s super soft bristles and wide domed top, this is perfect for applying powder or blending out any harsh lines. When used with the Amazonian Clay Finishing Powder you can dust the product across your face in one easy and quick sweep to leave your face looking primed and ready for the day. Last but by no means least is the Shadow Brush* Again comes with two handy ends, you have a fluffy shader on one and a flat applicator on the other. Like with all the Tarte brushes the bristles are super soft and blend out shadow to leave your makeup looking professionally applied.

Thanks to the wonderful QVC each of these brushes can be snapped up with their suited makeup counterpart, this makes picking one up even easier and that bit cheaper! My only wish is that I had given these brushes a whirl sooner!

*pr sample

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  • Aimée Belle

    These look beautiful. I’ve always admired Tarte, especially as they are cruelty free. They often feature on my wish lists too, but I’m yet to try any of their products. These brushes are definitely going on my wish list, thank you.
    Aimée Belle
    http://aimeebelleblog.blogspot.co.uk

  • Wow these are beautiful brushes! Have never tried their products nor their brushes before as they aren’t available in Dubai, but I’ve heard so much about them!

    Blog by Iman Iqbal | Fashion, Beauty, & Lifestyle Blog

  • Wow these are stunning !! Not tried anything from tarte although their foundation and these are going to have to be added to my stash xx

    lemonaidlies.co.uk

  • Love the no nonsense approach to brush naming at play here… MAC’s got numbers, Sigma numbers and letters – meanwhile, in the Tarte office: “Ben, what the hell are we going to call this large fluffy brush?” “Sue – let’s just sock it to ’em.” “You’re spot on Ben. Large Fluffy Brush it is.”
    I’m hoping a revolution in sensible cosmetic names will catch on from here.
    Black Lash Brush-On. Eyelid Crayon. Pink Cheek Stuff.
    Excuse me while I remove my orange face cream (that’s “foundation” to you pretentious over-complicaters out there)

    • Ahahaha you have made me snort over my apple juice this morning! You are not wrong though – if only all companies would step away from the numbers and just call it what it is!!xx

      • I’m telling you girl, it is the future… you heard it here first ;)

  • They look amazing! I just wish they weren’t double ended, as I love having my brush all together and ready to use! ;) xx

    Gyudy’s Notes Of Beauty

    • I’ve started to get used to them being double ended – means I drop less brushes whilst I’m getting ready!xx