Tarte Colored Clay CC Primer


I have long been a fan of the Tarte product line. Last week I mentioned a recent QVC purchase of Tarte products. One of the main reasons I bought the set was to try out the CC primer. About a year ago I jumped on the bb/cc cream bandwagon and had tried out a few different brands and really loved the concept. I have acne scaring and some hyperpigmentation that I like to cover up so a CC cream seamed the natural thing to try.This CC primer claims to brighten skin, even skin tone, blur imperfections and neutralize redness and discoloration all while giving a soft, matte finish. Sounds pretty perfect right? I should also mention that all of Tarte’s products are paraben free which is always a plus in my book!



To use this product you just apply the stick applicator to your face starting in the center and blending out. I like to use my fingers but you could use a brush if you preferred. Easy peasy! Honestly Tarte did a great job with packaging this one, you can take this anywhere for touch ups and the stick formula is completely no hassle. I have really enjoyed using this primer; it really does work as described! The color correcting aspect evens out my skin tone and gives me an overall brighter appearance. I am left with lines and pores nicely blurred and the formulation glides right on but isn’t so slick I feel my foundation will slide right off. The formula also won’t leave your face feeling weighed down and is nice and breathable.


I like to use this solely as a primer and wear it under my foundation. I did read a lot of reviewers who felt they were able to wear this on its own but for me it isn’t quite enough coverage. This does wear pretty well through the day, I do find touching up a bit more with my powder during the day but this product doesn’t claim to be 12hr + long lasting so this was to be expected. One thing I find common with Tarte products is their color range is a bit darker than you think. Normally I am a medium beige range but in Tarte products I have to buy products in fair. Overall I would definitely re-purchase this and if you have problems with redness and other discoloration you might want to test this product out!

Have you ever tried this product? Love another CC cream? Leave me a comment I’d love to hear from you!
Tarte Colored Clay CC Primer


I have long been a fan of the Tarte product line. Last week I mentioned a recent QVC purchase of Tarte products. One of the main reasons I bought the set was to try out the CC primer. About a year ago I jumped on the bb/cc cream bandwagon and had tried out a few different brands and really loved the concept. I have acne scaring and some hyperpigmentation that I like to cover up so a CC cream seamed the natural thing to try.This CC primer claims to brighten skin, even skin tone, blur imperfections and neutralize redness and discoloration all while giving a soft, matte finish. Sounds pretty perfect right? I should also mention that all of Tarte’s products are paraben free which is always a plus in my book!



To use this product you just apply the stick applicator to your face starting in the center and blending out. I like to use my fingers but you could use a brush if you preferred. Easy peasy! Honestly Tarte did a great job with packaging this one, you can take this anywhere for touch ups and the stick formula is completely no hassle. I have really enjoyed using this primer; it really does work as described! The color correcting aspect evens out my skin tone and gives me an overall brighter appearance. I am left with lines and pores nicely blurred and the formulation glides right on but isn’t so slick I feel my foundation will slide right off. The formula also won’t leave your face feeling weighed down and is nice and breathable.


I like to use this solely as a primer and wear it under my foundation. I did read a lot of reviewers who felt they were able to wear this on its own but for me it isn’t quite enough coverage. This does wear pretty well through the day, I do find touching up a bit more with my powder during the day but this product doesn’t claim to be 12hr + long lasting so this was to be expected. One thing I find common with Tarte products is their color range is a bit darker than you think. Normally I am a medium beige range but in Tarte products I have to buy products in fair. Overall I would definitely re-purchase this and if you have problems with redness and other discoloration you might want to test this product out!

Have you ever tried this product? Love another CC cream? Leave me a comment I’d love to hear from you!

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