Awesome new Limited Edition 6-piece eyeliner set from Tarte!

Oh I want, I want!!! Tarte just introduced a six-piece collection of full-size eyeliner favorites in universally flattering, must-have shades. The Eye Catchers 6-Piece SmolderEYES™ And Skinny SmolderEYES™ Collector’s Set is out now!

What it does:
These pure, powerful, and always-pretty smolderEYES™ liners glide on like butter and impart a precise line for a sleek look. Use the built-in smudger to go sultry and smoldering and enjoy the completely waterproof finish. Amazonian clay ensures longer wear, while nourishing lids, reducing surface oil, and improving overall texture. No matter how you wear these versatile shades, the rich pigments boast true, bold color.

This set contains:
- 5 x 0.056 oz SmolderEYES Amazonian Clay Waterproof Liner in Champagne, Gunmetal, Rainforest Black, Gold, Ash Violet
- 0.04 oz Skinny SmolderEYES Amazonian Clay Waterproof Liner in Onyx

$39


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August 10th, 2014 at 10:31 pm

I just wanted to mteoinn something I learned a few months back about purchasing brand name cosmetics on eBay. There are a lot of articles, websites and blogs out there on this same subject.Many of the sellers on eBay stating they are selling genuine brand name cosmetic items are actually almost undetectable knock-offs usually made in China. Especially those who have several or many of the same types and brands. How they get them less expensive that the rest of us are able to was a question posed. When I read the answer, I realized it takes a lot so I followed the research and will not purchase another brand name cosmetic from eBay.I was skeptical at first because I thought how can they look so real. Some of the sites show the tiny little details on each brand name of what to look for on the fake vs genuine product.I wouldn’t have a problem with a good knock-off to save money but the problem is we don’t know the ingredients in them. Of course, another problem is paying good money for something we could get ourselves for a fraction of the cost if we chose to purchase knock-offs.