Blissful (bright rose)
Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush
Why It's SpecialThis super-soft, silky powder chock is full of true-color mineral pigment, letting you layer on your glow with no harsh lines or chalky buildup. Micronized Amazonian clay helps control oil and infuse moisture for balanced skin and seamless blending.
What It IsTarte Amazonian Clay 12 Hour Blush is a long-wearing, supremely soft blush infused with Amazonian clay harvested from the banks of the Amazon River and naturally baked by the sun. Now in travel size.
What Else You Need to KnowThis product is dermatologist-tested and formulated without mineral oil, triclosan, and gluten. Shades are removable. Just pop each from its compact and drop it into your own custom palette.
Best Blush/Contour Brush Comparison 😄
Today we will be comparing two different types of brushes - Sonia G Sculpt Two & Morphe Y4(now known as E4 in their collection). These two brushes are completely different in their make, style, and model. Therefore, I’ll be focusing more on application and how it compares to each other within the text. The photos show more highlights but I will go more in depth with each one in separate posts. 1. Application of Sonia G’s Sculpted Two I admit, the first time I used this brush, I said, “No turning back now!” 😆 This brush is LITERALLY so good! I was so excited about it I did a live stream with it on my YouTube channel! Lately, I’ve been struggling to pull pigment out of my tarte - Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush in shade “Dazzled”. I had no idea why because all the other Tarte blushes I used were fine! You could easily pick up pigment and have that perfect flush on your cheeks. I picked this brush up because my Morphe Y4 seemed to always make me look sunburnt when I wanted to get that “lifted” and defined look for my face shape. Initially, I searched high and low to see what the issue was. I never realized it was because on my application and brush style. This brush gives you SO much precision and SOFTNESS all at the same time! The brushes aren’t too dense and aren’t too flimsy. It didn’t move my foundation around. There was no patchiness and coverage was EVEN. I felt so good being able to learn more about building pigment to create that “airbrushed” look. I honestly would feel super confident in applying powder on anyone with this! 2. Morphe Y4(E4) This is a great brush for everyone, but I find that it is especially good for beginners. Brushes can be expensive and become an investment. If you’re that type of person who occasionally puts on makeup and wants something to just “get the job done”, this is the brush for you. It’s a budget friendly brush($18) that is synthetic. The application is fairly even but depending on the formulation of your blush/contour, it can be pretty easy to overdo it. It can move your foundation around, depending on your pressure. Blending-wise, the softness of the bristles do really well at accomplishing this task. I can’t compare the density of the brush because it’s different type of brush head. However, I find that the Sonia G is more tightly packed than the Y4. However, be mindful of your face shape. If you have more prominent features(high prominent cheekbones, jawline, etc), you might have an easier time using this brush since it’s so fluffy. It’ll be easier for it to “hug” these areas. If you have a similar face shape to mine, I found that it can become difficult in getting a more defined look because the width of the brush can drags your blush higher/lower than desired. That’s pretty much it for this post! We’ll go more in detail about each brush in the upcoming ones! ❤️
tarte-Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush
My Halloween make up /costume
# cheriepartner Halloween is just around the corner and I want to show you guys a really fun and easy last minute costume I really love Sandy from grease and I had so much fun re-creating her look. this is definitely my style and i love creating characters from movies .. I love this look when going to a Halloween party and if i don’t have a whole lot of time buying a costume , i’ll find something fun and easy and put my outfit together from my closet and this worked out great I love Sandy’s make up in the movie and I just love a really good bold red lipstick so this was totally up my alley here is what I used for my make up- COVERGIRL - Clean Liquid Foundation REVLON - Photoready Candid Antioxidant Concealer REVOLUTION - REVOLUTION Brow Gel MAYBELLINE - Maybelline Colossal Volum' Express Mascara e.l.f. - e.l.f. Bronzer tarte - Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush #revolution - Highlighter reloaded[products]#[FiveStars] #L’Oreal - LA palette nude[products]#[FiveStars] #douccc - eyeliner[products]#[FiveStars] PROFUSION COSMETICS - Pro Lip Tin in my next video I’ll show you how I did my hair like Sandy’s but with long hair 😊✨🎃
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Blush Tips for Slightly Round/Square Face Shape!
WOOT WOOT! I love blush! Having proper blush placement application really changes the way your face looks! I’ve included a visual key in the photos showing you how I get lifted cheeks! Here are some tips for those of you who have a similar face shape to mine! In case you were all wondering, this is my go to blush brand for sensitive, dry, acne prone skin! tarte - Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush I use the shades: Paaarty and Dazzled 1. Create a Gradient! Blush can create a 3 dimensional effect on the face if you create a gradient type of application! Think about it, a natural look doesn’t have an entire section of cheek that is a singular, pigmented layer of color. Some parts are lighter than others. If you use the second picture and divide the purple section in half and start in the center, that’s where I focus most of the pigment and blend towards the front and back. This will provide more depth to your face. 2. Angle Your Application Upwards This is the key to really give the illusion of youthful cheeks! View the first photo for a front-faced reference of what not to do. If you apply your blush in a way where it focuses more of your application in the front, you could make your face appear sunburnt and 1 dimensional. The concept of blush is similar to highlighter. It’s used to bring out the high points of your face while giving you a nice flush. This is of course, if it is used properly. Make sure to apply your blush while you’re not smiling and keep it above your jawline! This will ensure your blush isn’t lower than it should be. 3. Use the Two Finger Rule! I got this from Wayne Goss and it really helped me nail how wide my blush application should be! Take your index and middle finger and lay it on the cheek in an upright position. Your blush application should be two finger widths wide from the sidewall of your index finger to the sidewall of your middle finger. This really helped in ensuring my contour and highlight don’t mix too much into my blush causing my makeup to look muddy. Say hello to your happy flushed cheeks for me! 😃
tarte-Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush
90s Makeup Pt. 2
I had so much fun making my first look, I had to do a second! Make sure to check that one out, too. This look is much more grungy. It’s inspired by popular celeb looks with worn-in, black-rimmed eyes and dark lipstick. Products I Used & Why: Primer: touch in SOL - No Poreblem Primer Great for smoothing without feeling silicone-y. This is in my October monthly makeup basket. No other reason for choosing Foundation: ILIA - Super Serum Skin Tint SPF 40 “ST 3 Balos” and PÜR - 4-in-1 Pressed Mineral Makeup Broad Spectrum SPF 15 “porcelain”. I chose these 2 because celebs often wore lighter foundation tones (or orange, but I don’t like that look LOL). The combo of these 2 is still natural but provides medium coverage. The Pür is a bit light for me. Concealer: e.l.f. - 16HR Camo Concealer “light peach”. Celebs often wore concealer that was a little or much lighter to draw attention to their eyes. Eyes: URBAN DECAY - 24/7 Glide-on Eye Pencil “perversion”. I did a thin line on my upper lash line, then used a pencil brush (not sure of brand) to smoke it out kind of messily. Celebs’ liner looked like they’d been wearing it all day (or night) long. I then added a bit more liner at my lash’s roots to intensify the effect. For my spidery lashes I used URBAN DECAY - Lash Freak Volumizing & Lengthening Mascara . I smudged the shade “black” from the LORAC - PRO Matte Eye Shadow Palette with the same pencil brush under my eyes. Since I have hooded eyes, some of the smudged liner did transfer into my crease a bit. I think it adds to the worn-in vibe. Cheeks: KEVYN AUCOIN - The Contour & Highlighter Duo “contour” to lightly sculpt my nonexistent cheekbones and tarte - Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush in “thrilled” (nude pink) on the upper portion of my cheeks to add a hint of color to my cheeks and lift my cheekbones up. Lips: ANASTASIA Beverly Hills - ANASTASIA Beverly Hills Liquid Lipstick “heathers” for a deep ox blood red pout. Shades of red, burgundy, and brown were also very popular in the 90s to pair with this kind of look! I finished off this look with my hair in a bun to accentuate my makeup. What’s your fave 90s makeup style?! #CheriePartner
e.l.f.-16HR Camo Concealer
90’s inspired makeup by Kate moss #cheriepartner
My inspiration is the beautiful Kate moss I love her style and the way she did her makeup it’s a classy chic look It’s cute and flirty but natural as well and so easy to create. I love this look a lot I had so much fun re- creating this look and it’s so my style natural but flirty with a hint of pink What I used for this look COVERGIRL - Clean Liquid Foundation sonia kashuk - Marble Makeup Blender Sponge MAYBELLINE - Maybelline Colossal Volum' Express Mascara e.l.f. - Clear Brow & Lash Mascara e.l.f. - Bite Size Eyeshadow Palette in the color pumpkin pie- perfect for fall I love this shape so much #Morphe - 15hr eyeshadow[products]#[FiveStars] in the color hot spot and 5pm to mix up the colors to a pink-ish color the hot spot has a pink shine to it For bronzer I used e.l.f. - e.l.f. Bronzer the best bronzer I ever had tarte - Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush REVLON - Ultra HD Matte Lip Color e.l.f. - e.l.f. Eyelash Curler
tarte-Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush
Would you guys believe me if I told you that I prefer this silicone blender over the original sponge beauty blender! Since it doesn't absorb as much foundation as a sponge blender, this silicone blender saves you foundation and gives you a full coverage! 😱 You will definitely be seeing this silcblender in more makeup tutorials! 😍❤️ • Products Used 👇 BANISH - Vitamin C Serum ARMANI beauty - Luminous Silk Foundation ARMANI beauty - A-Line Liquid Highlighter ICONIC - Pigment Foundation Stick tarte - Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush
ARMANI beauty-A-Line Liquid Highlighter
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