You deserve the purest, most natural makeup possible. After all, it's your skin.
My makeup is purely in powder form and made from crushed pure minerals. Without a trace of harsh chemicals, mineral oils, talc, fragrances, artificial colouring, synthetic alcohol, rice/corn powder or other fillers and binders.
And because I use pure ingredients to make my makeup powders, many women like you, from different ethic backgrounds are able to move away from harmful makeup routines that irritates skin or make acne much worse.
I don't use harmful ingredients that are problematic to your health: parabens, bismuth oxychloride, carmine, lanolin, GMO, gluten, silicone, phthalates or nanoparticles.
Here's what it means for you.
12 things to know about Organic Make Powder Wonders
1. What’s the difference between a conventional liquid foundation and powder wonder?
Liquid foundation can contain petrochemicals like mineral oil, preservatives with parabens, artificial colouring and synthetic fragrances. With Danish Organic Make Powder Wonder you are guaranteed vegan, pure, crushed minerals – and nothing else.
2. Does Organic Make Powder Foundation provide sufficient coverage?
Organic Make Powder Foundation gives you effective and natural coverage. You won’t have to worry about wrong colour choices, makeup runs, makeup streakes, clogged pores or cakey powdery looks ever again. Organic Make Powder Foundation gives you the power to adjust coverage while you buff the powder wonder into your skin. People will start to comment what you've done to your skin. Your skin looks smooth with a natural healthy glow. Remember to allow your moisturiser to absorb into your skin before you buff on powder wonder foundation.
3. What makes Organic Make Powder Makeup different?
Organic Make do not contain any cheap fillers that dilute the minerals. These include talc, corn flour and rice flour, and it is these that create a feel of insufficient coverage. And nasties like talc serve to dry out your skin or clog pores, and that unwanted powdery look. Since Organic Make Powder Foundation contains none of the nasties, you get not only a creamy, smooth finish but also a product that goes a long way.
4. Do I need to buy a special brush to apply Organic Make Powder Foundation?
A Kabuki Brush is useful to apply Organic Make Powder Foundation, as it allows you to buff the product into your skin for that smooth, healthy finish. You can also use a moist velour sponge if your skin requires more intense coverage. All you need to start is ONE pot of Powder Wonder Foundation and the Kabuki Brush. That's it.
5. Is Organic Make Powder Foundation easy to apply?
Yes, yes, and once again – yes. No more fuss in front of the mirror to apply heavy liquid foundation evenly across your face. No more cut the tube end to get last drops of foundation out. No more layers of heavy liquid foundation and concealer to hide a blemish or to try to make it disappear. With Organic Make Powder Foundation, application is super simple. You just tip a tiny amount of powder into the lid of the container, swirl your Kabuki Brush around in the powder and tap the excess off on the edge of the lid then buff the powder into your skin with circular movements. And voilà – you get a gorgeous result every time. It’s fool proof makeup.
6. Do I need to use primer or finishing powder?
No, Organic Make Powder Foundation is used on its own. No primers or finishing powders are required. The quality of Organic Make Powder Foundation is so high that no other products are necessary either under the foundation or over it. You are guaranteed to get 100 percent pure minerals. Organic Make Powder Foundation provides great silky smooth coverage and lasts all day long.
7. How do I use Organic Make Powder Eyeshadow?
Organic Make Powder Eyeshadow comes in powder form for a very good reason. With no binders or fillers, the eyeshadow stays put on your lids all day without melting or creasing. Dip your brush into the eyeshadow and apply to the back of your hand. Then pick up a small amount on the brush and blend into your lids. A little goes a long way.
8. Does Organic Make Powder Eyeshadow contain artificial dyes?
No, the eyeshadows are made with natural colour pigments from the soil, found naturally which means shades of brown. Bold colours such as pink and neon green cannot be produced from natural colour pigments. Bright coloured eyeshadows can't be made natural. Nor, have minerals been coated where the surface is artificially dyed in a lab in order to produce the desired eyeshadow or blush colour. However, Organic Make does not use these techniques.
9. Do Organic Make Powder Makeup offer sun protection?
Yes, but can’t specify the exact SPF in products. They do contain natural sun protection, but do use sunscreen if you spend time outdoors in the sun.
10. Do Organic Make Powder Makeup contain Parabens?
No, the mineral makeup collection does not contain parabens, fragrances, or other artificial and unnecessary fillers like talc, rice/corn powder, and binders.
11. Do Organic Make Powder Makeup contain Bismuth Oxychloride?
No. Bismuth Oxychloride is a filler used in mineral makeup to provide shine. Organic Make Powder Makeup does not use Bismuth Oxychloride for reasons of allergy risk, where contact often result in itches and redness.
12. Do Organic Make Powder Makeup contain animal ingredients?
No, powder wonder do not contain carmine or lanolin. You should be aware that carmine is extracted from the Cochineal Beetle and is used as red colouring in cosmetic production, particularly in eyeshadows and pink and red lipstick. Nor does Organic Make Powder Makeup use lanolin, making them suitable for vegans. I love animals , do not test products on animals. Products are made in accordance with EU cosmetic regulations, where animal testing is not allowed. Please note that the Organic Make Kabuki brush is made from synthetic taklon, which means no animal hair what so ever.
By Charlotte Fnug,
Founder, Organic Make
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