Inspired by America’s most glamorous synchronized swimming group, the Aqualillies for tarte collection is a limited-edition makeup collaboration, which includes seven splashproof products. Read on for more…

Highlights from the Aqualillies for tarte limited-edition collection include:

The Amazonian clay waterproof eye and cheek palette, $38

Amazonian clay finishing powder, $29

Amazonian clay waterproof liner in black, $22

Amazonian clay waterproof liner in splash, $22 (Sephora exclusive)

 

Glamazon™ pure performance 12 hour lipstick in timeless, $26

 

As hard as it is to believe, this was my first time trying any of the Amazonian clay products and I can understand why beauty fans are raving! The Amazonian clay finishing powder is just fantastic. This is a translucent-finish powder, that gives skin a flawless finish, while minimizing the appearance of pores and blurring skin imperfections. The Glamazon™ Pure Performance 12-Hour Lipstick also impressed me. The creamy formula definitely lasts the whole day and what I loved is that my lips didn’t look or feel dried-out. The pigmentation of this lipstick is excellent and I’ll be wearing the bright timeless shade all summer!

The absolute star of this collection, however, in my opinion is the Amazonian clay waterproof liner in splash. A gorgeous teal color, I will pair this eyeliner with the bronze, copper and taupe eyeshadow shades that I love for summer. The formula is infused with Amazonian clay and is waterproof, so even if you’re wilting in the heat or you’re at the beach, your eyeliner will stay on and be perfect. Since ‘splash’ is a limited-edition shade, I wouldn’t wait to get it. This is without a doubt my favorite eyeliner of the season.

The Aqualillies for tarte limited-edition collection is available now at retailers including Sephora, Ulta, QVC  and Tarte.com. Are you a fan? Let me know in the comments!

 

Disclosure:  Press samples have been provided by the brand/PR for editorial consideration, product testing and review. Affiliate links have been used in the post, which means a small commission is earned.
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