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Tarte Amazonian Clay Foundation - Dry Skin

Hello skittle biscuits!

I am back with another review! Firstly, I know this product has been out on the market for quite some time now but I just wanted to try it for myself.

This foundation comes in a hefty 1.7 ounce tube-like packaging. I say it's hefty because I find that most foundations around this price range comes with .9- 1 ounce. I seriously love the wooden cap because you know how messy our hands get after application.

The first thing I noticed was that the application was soo smooth and easy to blend with my skin. It is definitely light weight but not as light as the UD Naked foundation.

The coverage is medium and definitely build-able. So onto dry patches, I know the Tarte tinted bb cream clings onto my dry spots but this one does not. I also think it's slightly waterproof. After swatching it on my hand, I ran it over some water and the foundation was still there!

SPF is at a low 15, compared to other Korean bb creams, those come at 30-50 spf.

My overall score is an 8.5/10. I honestly love this product, it's long lasting even in the dry Vegas heat and the price point is good. Coverage is a bit lacking because I have some really dark freckles and pimple scars. I know I could build up the coverage but I don't want my face looking cakey or feeling heavy. I think it's great for an everyday wear however I am still on the look out for my holy grail foundation.

Sephora Link: http://seph.me/29Z7ZMo
$39

Till next time!
Kieu




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