Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Brow Mousse

Hello beautiful people! I hope August is off to a great start for all of you. Today I’ll be reviewing a product I’ve been using lately — the Tarte Amazonian clay waterproof brow mousse. As per usual, I’ll talk about the product and its packaging, as well as its claims and pros and cons. Lastly, I’ll be giving my final verdict of the product. *SPOILER ALERT* I’m already in love with it! Anyway, let’s get started.

Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Brow Mousse

Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Brow Mousse

The Tarte Amazonian clay waterproof brow mousse is used “for perfect arches that stay beautiful all day.” It’s not your typical brow pencil or powder, it’s a gel-like mousse. The mousse does not contain parabens, sulfates, or phthalates. Instead, it includes “skinvigorating ingredients” such as Amazonian clay, mineral pigments, and a botanical waterproofing agent. Did I forget to mention that Tarte is an animal cruelty free brand?! Seriously, what’s there to hate about Tarte and their products? Plus, it retails for $29 USD, which is decent because it should last awhile.

Packaging

Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Brow Mousse

The product comes in a long, rectangular purple box. The brow mousse itself comes in a glass pot with a twist off cap. The package also provides a double-ended bamboo brow brush, which is one of the main reasons why I bought it. On one end of the brush is a spooly, which is what I needed. The other end has an angled brush, which is perfect for shaping and filling in brows.

Claims

Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Brow Mousse

  • light, airy consistency
  • naturally glides onto brows
  • blends seamlessly
  • “intuitively identifies your skin type to deliver benefits and restore harmony”
  • “minimizes oil around the hair follicle to balance skin and keep pigment in place”
  • naturally nourishes and hydrates to prohibit flaking or transferring

Pros and Cons

Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Brow Mousse

Pros:

  • lightweight product
  • easy to apply
  • looks natural
  • doesn’t smudge or transfer
  • waterproof
  • lasts all day
  • not messy
  • easy to clean up

Cons:

  • not for people who are used to brow pencils or powders
  • can be pricy for those used to drugstore products

Final Verdict

Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Brow Mousse

Honestly, I have nothing negative to say about this product. It offers everything I look for in a brow product and it does exactly what it claims to do. I got the brow mousse in medium brown and it’s the perfect shade for my hair color. So far, I haven’t had any problems with it. It is different than applying brow pencil or powder but I personally prefer gel. You just have to practice and find which technique works for you. I may be biased because Tarte is one of my favorite brands but I would definitely recommend it to anyone who wants their eyebrows to be #onfleek.

There you have it! I’m a huge fan of Tarte cosmetics and they never fail to keep me satisfied.

What eyebrow product(s) have you been using lately?

Let me know in the comments!

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Valerie Nguyen

Valerie. 26. California girl with insatiable wanderlust. BS in Public Health with a concentration in Community Health. Bookkeeper by day, fangirl by night. Shameless foodie and retail therapist.

4 thoughts on “Tarte Amazonian Clay Waterproof Brow Mousse

  1. I’ve never used anything from Tarte before. I keep hearing such great things about them, though. I’ve been using the Anastasia Beverly Hills Brow Wiz, but this product sounds amazing. And I love a good brow!

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  2. Tarte is one of my favorite brands ever. I wanted to try the Anastasia brow wiz but when I went to Ulta, they didn’t have my shade! You should definitely try this product though 🙂

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