New! Tarte 4 Day Lash Stain


I love the idea of this I have really light colored eyelashes so even when I don’t wear any makeup I feel like I need to wear some light mascara so my eyes don’t look tired.  I can’t wait to get my hands on a tube and see how it works, if any of you have tried it I would love to hear what you think.

Tarte 4 Day Stay Lash Stain
What it is:
A stain that keeps lashes looking naturally full for four days without reapplying.

What it does:
Tarte 4 Day Stay Lash Stain is a revolutionary product that envelops lashes in long-lasting pigment while keeping them soft and flexible. It’s formulated with PolyFlex™ technology: Cross-polymers are blended with mineral pigments and then treated with ProVitamin B5 to create a binding tint. So whether you’re hitting the pool or hitting the shower this gentle lash stain will keep lashes looking fresh, and won’t fade or flake.

What else you need to know:
Lash Stain contains a special blend of Tarte’s skinvigorating™ ingredients:

-Water: Pure water delivers and retains moisture.
-ProVitamin B5: A vitamin B derivative that treats and thickens hair.
-Mineral pigments: Color derived from natural minerals have been know to protect against harmful UVA/ UVB rays while soothing and softening the skin.
-PolyFlex™ technology: For easy application.

It’s free from synthetic dye, mineral oil, phthalate, sulfate, and fragrance.

$18.00 Tarte 4 Day Stay Lash Stain


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September 2nd, 2008 at 1:04 pm

I bought this at Sephora last week. I like how it goes on, but I do have racoon eyes in the morning. I will probably go back to my Neutrogena weightless volume mascara after this tube is done.

September 2nd, 2008 at 1:48 pm

Thanks for the tip Kate I was wondering if it would smudge at all.

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