***THIS IS THE SAMPLE LISTING. PICK UP TO 3 COLORS TO SAMPLE. PLEASE PUT COLOR SELECTIONS IN THE NOTES TO SELLER DURING CHECKOUT***
I use all natural ingredients so your skin can feel as good as it looks!
Addictive Mineral Foundation Powders stay on all day, (and night if you need them to ;) I have even fallen asleep and woke up the next morning with full coverage. Lol. Shhh! Don't tell anyone. As a makeup artist I should know better. I just tell myself it's good for my face. Haha! And it is because since using it I have had NO breakouts. That's because it doesn't have all the filler stuff in it that the big name products do that cause acne, clogged pores, skin irritations, flare ups, allergies, etc. Just natural ingredients.
I don't skimp on my samples so you can really get a good feel for each color.
Colors to choose from are...
IVORY 1-3- (Ivory #4 & #5-discontinued) For those with cool undertones. Pinkish or soft red complexions. Your skin usually burns first and may take a long time to achieve a tan, if any. If you look at the veins on the underside of your arm, they will appear blue. Also for those with neutral undertones.
BEIGE 1-5 For those with warm undertones that have a yellow or peachy complexion. Your skin tans. Also, for those with olive undertones with golden olive complexions.
HONEY 1-4- A yellow toned foundation.
How to apply mineral powder...
1. Moisturize your face beforehand. The mineral powder adheres to the natural oil of your skin, and if your face is too dry, the powder might end up looking like just that - powder. Apply lotion and wait 10 minutes for your lotion to dry. If you apply to quickly after your moisturizer it can cake up.
2.Pour a small amount of foundation into the cap of the jar. This helps avoid using too much, and you could always add a layer if needed.
3. Use a brush as seen in the picture above, (let me know if you need help getting one). Pick up some powder from the lid, tap off excess into the jar of powder so you aren't in a powder storm when you apply, lol.
4. Starting with cheeks apply in a circular motion all over face. Pick up more powder as needed for as much or as little coverage as you like. The key is to really buff it in to your skin.
MAKEUP ARTIST TIP!!!
Use an eyeshadow brush to apply mineral powder around the eyes. With a smaller brush you car really get to those harder to reach areas that need coverage. I HAVE to do this or I feel like my coverage is not complete.
*Samples come in a snap shut clamshell.