Elemental Beauty Natural Mineral Makeup | Review

Elemental Beauty Natural Mineral Makeup 1If you are a fan of mineral cosmetics, then chances are that you have already heard about Elemental Beauty before. If not, then here you go – adorable jars with roses and beautiful colors is what this brand is about. It’s also vegan and safe to use because Elemental Beauty formulates its beauty products without ingredients such as talc or bismuth oxychloride. This bunch that I am about to review contains neutral shades, perfectly suitable for a soft, everyday makeup look!

Elemental Beauty Flawless Mineral Foundation Barley 1Elemental Beauty Flawless Mineral Foundation* in Barley ($18/£10.99)
Barley is a neutral matte color for fair skin. Luckily, it is the exact match for my skin. I usually don’t use mineral foundations for my entire face but rather just do some touch ups during the day; otherwise, my skin feels tight and uncomfortable. I have dry skin, so I don’t blame products for making it feel that way. If you have normal, combination or oily skin, this might be your new favorite foundation. It gives a matte finish and makes the skin feel soft and silky. It also provides a solid medium coverage, which is buildable. Another great thing about this foundation is that it contains allantoin (from plants), an ingredient that stimulates the skin renewal process and soothes the skin.

See the ingredients:

Titanium Dioxide, Sericite Mica, Zinc Oxide, Silica Microspheres, Kaolin, Allantoin, Iron Oxides, Ultramarine, Chromium Green.

Elemental Beauty Mineral Blush Antique Rose 1Elemental Beauty Natural Mineral Blush* in Antique Rose ($8/£5.99)
A dusty pink shade with slight shimmer, which looks more radiant than sparkling. This blush is a wonderful choice for everyone with cool/neutral skin tones. I really recommend this one, because it’s nicely pigmented and the color is just gorgeous.

See the ingredients:

Sericite Mica, Zinc Oxide, Iron Oxides, CI 77891, CI 77007, CI 778161.

Elemental Beauty Mineral Eyeshadows Petal Sculptress 1Elemental Beauty Mineral Eyeshadows* in Petal (left) and Sculptress (right) ($8/£4.99)
Two lovely neutral shades! Petal is light shimmery pink, perfect for brightening the inner corners of the eyes or the whole lid, while Sculptress is a neutral medium matte brown, which can be used for the crease of the eye or even for the eyebrows.

See the ingredients:

Ingredients: Sericite Mica, CI 77891, Rice Powder, Iron Oxides.

Elemental Beauty Natural Mineral Makeup SwatchesElemental Beauty swatches (left to right): Mineral Eyeshadow in Sculptress, Mineral Eyeshadow in Petal, Flawless Foundation in Barley and Mineral Blush in Antique Rose

Have you tried Elemental Beauty mineral makeup?

Inga | Organic Beauty Blogger
Inga | Organic Beauty Blogger

I’m Inga, the creator of this online place called Organic Beauty Blogger. Since 2013, I’ve been on a mission to redefine beauty by sharing my insights into the world of green beauty.

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9 years ago

I have never heard of this brand before but they look and sound beautiful! One to add to the wish list.
Lovely post
Rachel xx

9 years ago

I hadn’t heard of this brand before, thank you for introducing! The packaging is super cute and the shades you picked are really dainty and pretty, the blush is right up my alley. Off to browse their webiste 😉 xx

9 years ago

I am all about the mineral makeup. This is exciting, I haven’t heard of this brand before! Both Jennifer and I have oily skin so this sounds like a good match… especially the foundation! :0) – Great review! – Kathryne

9 years ago

the color you’ve chosen are beautiful!

9 years ago

Lovely, lovely color choices and photos! This looks like a great formula and very wearable shades. Thanks for the review and the intro to this product line.

9 years ago

Wow Antique Rose is just gorgeous! xx

Eva Elliott
Eva Elliott
6 years ago

My only issue with this company is that they also sell brushes made from goats hair which isn’t vegan. Seems like they’re cashing in on “vegan” without actually being so.

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