Red Velvet Milkshake and Tart Mascara Review

Let’s get a little sassy today. Not sure what came over me, but this post is full on pink, girly, and packed with flavor. The moment I knew I wanted to make this spunky little milkshakes I was envisioning a great Valentine’s Day post…. Well, obviously missed that opportunity.

Boys, turn away, and girls, let’s get girly! Pull out your snappiest pink nail polish, some awesome lip gloss and check out this Tart mascara.

The next mascara up in my Sephora box of lash lovin’ was Tart Gifted Amazonian Clay Smart Mascara. At first I was put off by the overwhelming smell of art supplies. Somewhere between cleaner and charcoal. I thought I would hate the mascara as I felt like I was smearing chemicals on my lashes, but this one was actually quite nice. The mascara was very evenly distributed and created slightly thicker lashes that weren’t bad looking after I went and put on a little body spray.

 

 


Comments

  1. says

    I could drink this every day — except, then I’d be a whale, but I love red velvet anything so much!! Also, I have that tarte mascara and their other ones..I love tarte mascaras :) they’re the only ones that really work for me!

  2. says

    ummm… YUM. That milkshake looks awesome! Gorgeous pics! And I have a taste cheek tint that I love but I’ve never tried their mascara? My favorite sephora mascara is bad gal lash! I swear it makes your lashes 10 times fuller and longer :) Have you tried that one yet?

  3. says

    I love this idea! Who can resist a red velvet milkshake?!? Tarte used to make a perfume about 10 years ago that was my absolutely favorite fragrance ever. I was devastated when I ran out and found out they didn’t make it anymore. :-(

  4. says

    Red Velvet Milkshake!!!! How neat… I love Red Velvet and did a whole series on it… this is something I would have never thought of!! Thanks for sharing this gorgeous recipe… and the pictures are awesome!

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