Beauty, Makeup

Tarte Rainforest of the Sea Quench Lip Rescue 

I love lip products! There’s just something about putting color on the lips that makes a makeup look feel put together. Recently, I obtained the Tarte Rainforest of the Sea Quench Lip Rescue in the shade Nude. This product can be purchased from Sephora for $19.

This one is quickly becoming one of my favorite lip products. It glides on so easily and covers the lips with a  sheer wash of color. It definitely helps lips to feel more moisturized and nourished. Long after the color has faded, the lips feel softer and healthier. The color doesn’t last a terribly long time, but that’s the trade off of having a nourishing formula. I definitely don’t mind reapplying this one throughout the day because it also has this amazing minty smell that I love.

Overall, I highly recommend this one to anyone looking for a moisturizing lipstick with just a touch of color. I would love to purchase more shades of this one, especially the shades Rose and Cherry. Tarte is also one of the more natural brands at Sephora, so I always love when I find one of their products that I love because I know it isn’t filled with tons of chemicals.

Have any of you tried this one or any other Tarte lipsticks? Please, let me know your thoughts in the comment section!

Thanks for reading!

-XO Tiffy

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6 thoughts on “Tarte Rainforest of the Sea Quench Lip Rescue ”

  1. I have been super curious about these lip products for a long time! I just love the packaging (I am doing my MSc in Marine Biology so they are totally perfect for me lol)! I’m glad to hear that they are awesome! Maybe I will pick up one in my next haul 🙂

  2. I want to try this! I’m a huge fan of Tarte lip products so I’m sure it won’t disappoint. Have you tried the Fresh Sugar lip tints? If so, how does this one stack up to those?

    1. I like this a lot more than the Fresh Sugar ones. It seems to glide on better and it has a nice scent. I think the Fresh Sugar ones have a weak consistency and are less pigmented. Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

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