Here’s a description of the product according to Tarte’s official website:
An oil-free, 12-hour liquid foundation formulated with Amazonian clay and non-chemical sunscreen filters.
- dermatologist tested
- tarte 12-hour makeup
- Broad Spectrum SPF 15 Sunscreen
- vegan friendly
Okay so their description was pretty crappy, so here’s a description I found on Ulta’s website about it:
Achieve flawless skin that looks healthy and natural with this supremely blendable liquid foundation that delivers up to 12 hours of satin-matte coverage while protecting skin from harmful UVA/UVB sun rays. Infused with skin-balancing Amazonian clay, the skinvigorating formula intuitively addresses your unique skin concerns, helping to improve overall skin clarity and texture, while the full coverage makeup fades over the appearance of large pores, discolorations and other imperfections. With all mineral, non-chemical sunscreen filters, this gentle formula features Broad Spectrum SPF 15 Sunscreen, is vegan friendly and oil-free. Available in a large shade range to match women’s unique skin tones and undertones.
Price: $39.00 USD
Comes in a easy squeeze tube, which I prefer, because I can control the amount of product that comes out. Tarte’s whole bamboo thing is really cute, so I dig the bamboo wooden cap.
- Texture/Formula – The foundation is more like a mousse foundation in a tube instead of a liquid/cream, this makes the product really light weight and blendable.
- Scent – it’s not very scented, but it smells like any other foundation.
- Performance – It has a very good coverage, I use a beauty blender with this and if it didn’t cover the blemish on the first application, I just put on another layer, and poof, blemish gone! Also, I have combination skin, so it gets a bit shiny during the day, but sometimes some parts of my face gets flaky and dry. This foundation does not accentuate the flaky parts which is great, but then again after an 8 hr day at work I do see a little movement in the makeup and little creasing,
So the big question is, would I recommend it to you or buy it again? The answer is ,“Yes”.
On the most part, a little blotting could help with the oil on my skin, but the coverage is great, it feels great, and it looks like my skin. When I add another layer for more coverage it doesn’t cake up which is great! For $39, it is a bit pricey. I usually use MAC foundation which costs me $27 so I won’t be too eager to repurchase when I run out.