Saturday, 22 March 2014


The Tarte amazonian clay 12 hour clay blush in exposed is one you've probably all heard of. It's been raved about by bloggers for a while now, for being the perfect 'barely there' blush. It's a very unique colour in that its not pink, and its not brown. It's perfect for adding a touch of colour to the cheeks, whilst helping give the face a little shape at the same time by acting as a contour. Its also very finely milled which leaves it looking incredibly natural on the cheeks. Sold! Tarte is almost impossible to get hold of in the uk (yes sephora now ship over here and they are being released on QVC but nowhere in person), so its quite handy that one day when compiling this post, i realised i have an almost exact dupe in my collection. 

Nars blush in Douceur is almost identical to the tarte blusher, although it may be a touch more plum in tone. The difference is unidentifiable when on the cheeks, and the quality is just as good if not better. Nars blushes are some of my favourite in my collection, and this blush definitely does not let them down. Now, this isn't exactly a cheaper alternative with it still costing £21.50, but a more widely available dupe, as you can pick this one up on your next trip to space NK. 

I'd definitely recommend trying out one or the other, as this shade of blush is one which is just so handy to have in your collection.

1 comment

  1. I am a huge fan of these blushes. They are really good in quality and perfect for summer in my opinion. I got to know about them while doing my summer makeup lesson. I did my lesson from Lina. She is very professional and really good in this line, also she trains the best makeup lessons in London as well!!!


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