Tarte Call Of The Wild Amazonian Clay Liner and Brush Swatches & Review - Fall 2012

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You all know about my love of all things leopard as well as my inability to pass by anything that has that print. For Fall 2012Tarte is jumping on the bandwagon of stripping my wallet bare by releasing the small but mighty Call of the Wild products.

Of course, I purchased both items, but this post will be dedicated exclusively to the Amazonian Clay Liner and Brush ($22).

The shade of the liner is Black. When you apply, it's going to look very wet, but will dry matte. It's a very saturated black that is ridiculously easy to glide on. Once it sets, it'll stay put.


The packaging is a usual gel liner pot, but with a LEOPARD print cap. I die. The brush is really cool, as well. One side is a usual liner brush (much like the MAC 209), but the other side is bent. I was a little apprehensive about using that side, but it actually helped make application quicker and more precise. At first, it was awkward to hold because I wasn't used to the positioning, but you get used to that very quickly.

The shadows on the above eye look are from the Call of the Wild Palette.


Oddly, my eyes react (burn, water, horrible-type stuff where I had to wear my glasses for days after) to the twist liner form of this product, but they did not react to the liner in the pot. SO happy because I'm in LOVE with this product. I see the brown and bronze in my near future!

The Call of the Wild Products are exclusive to Ulta and Ulta.com. IDK why, but on Ulta's page they're both coming up as no longer available. Though they had a TON of them in store. Call to check on availability before you drive out. They do have this product available without the leopard cap, and it's available at the same price.