Tarte Cosmetics is a cosmetics brand headquartered in New York City. Its products are sold at department stores in the United States such as Macy's, Sephora, Ulta, and Beauty Brands and in Sephora stores in Canada, Malaysia, Puerto Rico, Singapore, and Thailand. Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarte_Cosmetics

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573 products

12,096 reviews

67% would repurchase

Recent Tarte Reviews

Mascara -Tarte -Tarteist Lash Paint Mascara

on 1/17/2018 6:54:00 AM


A very nice mascara I like how it lengthens and how it also gives me voluminous lashes. I'm someone who prefers natural separating and lengthening mascaras over volumizing ones but this is okay. My lashes are quite long and they go down straight so I do have to curl my lashes but what really brought this mascara down to 3 stars is that it DOESN'T HOLD A CURL AT ALL! I was so disappointed because it's a very heavy formula that after 2 minutes of applying my lashes are already straight again. Very disappointed.

Blush -Tarte -Amazonian Clay Long-Wear Blush in Natural Beauty

on 1/17/2018 12:30:00 AM


Okay, this is such a great product, that someone stole it from me! (Which is actually kinda upsetting!)

I love the shade "Natural Beauty". It looks like the kind of bright red-pink your face naturally flushes after an embarrassing moment or a run, which are the kinds of shades I gravitate towards. For reference, I have Asian skin that leans toward the cool side.
I have yet to find a powder blush that works more wonder and awe than the Tarte Amazonian clay blushes. They're undetectable on the skin and over foundation - the way they apply is just... seamless! I don't know how to describe it except that it looks and feels skin-like. Even when I'm swirling around my brush in the pan, the imprint doesn't budge and my brush doesn't look like it picked up any pigment - but it's very hard to overdo (which is great, in this case). It's a pricey blush at $30 a pop, so you definitely want a little to go a long way and provide beautiful results.

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Lipstick -Tarte -Amazonian Butter Lipstick

on 1/17/2018 12:18:00 AM


I'm more partial to glossy, hydrating formulations in lighter shades for the cooler months (for dark, I go matte), and my go-to since Winter 2015 has been Watermelon. It's a really festive shade that perks up my NC25 skin when it's bleak, and the packaging is a joy to look at, too. It's really versatile too - sometimes I use this shade to liven up browner/nude lipsticks by applying a smidgen in the middle, making a natural, gradient effect that's ultra-pretty. I recommend this to those who not only hate "cake face", but a "cake lip".

The wear time is so-so, but I definitely like this over drugstore formulations which can be too heavy, creamy, or waxy. Tarte as a brand, in general, wears nicely.

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Blush -Tarte -Amazonian Clay 12-Hour Blush - Paaarty

on 1/15/2018 7:57:00 PM


I received this in last year’s Sephora Birthday gift and it has become a staple in my makeup bag. Blush is my favourite makeup product and this one is very unique in my opinion. It’s a neutral rosy nude color that mimics a natural flushed look on my NC10 complexion. Very long lasting,so easy and to blend and appears very skin-like in texture. I will definitely repurchase once I finish my mini. Highly recommend!

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Sunscreen -Tarte -Tarteguard Sunscreen Lotion Broad Spectrum SPF 30

on 1/15/2018 4:48:00 PM


Bear in mind that I am extremely picky about sunscreen in general and facial sunscreens in particular. I have dry, sensitive skin that almost often reacts negatively to chemical sunscreens and often to physical ones, too. In this respect, Tarteguard is fine - it does not irritate my skin, it doesn't hurt, it doesn't cause any negative reaction. That's the high point. Does smell like a physical sunscreen, although it's not as bad as some others, and it doesn't turn me as opaquely white/milky as some do, either. It is a little greasy (though not the greasiest I've tried) and while my dry skin can tolerate it, it doesn't work terribly well under makeup. At SPF 30, it's not high enough to use if I'm at the beach, pool, etc., so I was hoping this would work well under makeup as a daily use item - when I'm outside off and on but don't need the high coverage of an extended stay in the sun. Accordingly, this sort of failed me for its intended purpose and for that I won't repurchase. But my biggest complaint, and the real reason for the low rating, is that I had an extremely difficult time getting this out of its bottle (the pump didn't seem strong enough for the thick consistency), and it also thickened/dried/became goopy very quickly.

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