If you love a loose setting powder, the Tarte Smooth Operator Amazonian Clay Finishing Powder has been announced as being the latest complexion launch from Tarte.
Tarte already has a number of face powders within their range, including the recently launched Amazonian Clay Blurring Powder Foundation, and keep on reading to find out about this new loose powder…
What Is The Tarte Smooth Operator Amazonian Clay Finishing Powder?
The Smooth Operator Amazonian Clay Finishing Powder is a new talc-free, loose finishing powder which claims to set your makeup in place for up to 24 hours.
Tarte Smooth Operator Amazonian Clay Finishing Powder blurs and sets your makeup for 24 hours of shine-free wear, whilst softening the look of pores and fine lines, to give you a beautiful, ultra-smooth and soft-focus finish to the skin.
This loose powder is talc-free, and promises no photo-flashback, with a non-frying formula which feels comfortable on the skin and never “clingy”.
Inside the formula, Amazonian Clay helps to control your excess oil, with a finely milled formulation for a weightless look and feel. There’s just one shade available, and it’s said to be a “universal translucent shade”, which works for all skintones.
Tarte Test Results (32 subjects)
- 100% agree doesn’t crease into fine lines & wrinkles
- 100% agree it smooths skin’s texture
- 100% agree it makes skin look smooth & less shiny
- 100% agree it feels weightless
- 100% would recommend to a friend
The Tarte Smooth Operator Amazonian Clay Finishing Powder is $35 / £34, and contains 7.5 g / 0.26 Oz of product within a clear plastic jar, with a rose gold chrome lid, and a powder sifter.
In addition to the full sized version of the powder, Tarte has also launched an handy travel sized version too, and both sizes of the new loose setting powder are available right now.
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