My New Favorite Lip Gloss — Tarte’s Maracuja Divine Shine Lip Gloss

If you are looking for a new lip gloss that is conditioning, non-sticky, and very shiny — I know the perfect gloss for you.  I have just tried Tarte’s just released Maracuja Divine Shine Lip Gloss. LOVE.

These glosses are infused with maracuja oil. Only one crop of this rare Brazilian fruit grows every year with the harvest occurring in late August.  Women of the Amazonian cooperative collect maracuja by hand and cold press the seeded pulp of the fruit, extracting the concentrated pure oil, to preserve the loss of any nutrient-rich essential fatty acids (EFAs) or vitamins.

This skinintuitive™ and skin smart ingredient that Amazon locals call “puro milagro” or “the pure miracle” delivers a healthy dose of vitamin C and EFAs necessary for maintaining radiant skin. EFA deficiency can result in the breakdown of essential cells causing skin to appear dry and aged.  Pure maracuja oil helps to bring dull skin back to life!

The 10 shades are:

Adored — cotton candy pink

Dollface — pink grapefruit

Charmed — pale pink

Amused — hot pink

Blissful — warm peach

Glisten — peachy nude

Tipsy — coral

Blushing Bride — plummy-rose

Flush — berry

Natural Beauty — cherry red

All of the colors are gorgeous — but I have been using Adored and Blushing Bride.  Adored appealed to me because it is a light peachy-pink.  I think this would look gorgeous on all skin tones.  It is very light, but is sheer and shiny.

Blushing Bride is more opaque.  It is a rosy-plum with brown undertones.  I thought it would be overpowering and dark, but it’s not.  It is a really pretty shade that brightens up my pale skin.  I bet it will look great with darker skin as well.

This is available at, and Sephora stores.

Stay tuned for a tarte giveaway…

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