Natural cosmetics are a mixture of mica, iron oxide, titanium dioxide and zinc oxide.
For this you’ll need a large powder brush, also known as a kabuki brush. Sprinkle just a bit of the foundation into the jar’s lid or onto a piece of foil. Swirl and tap your kabuki brush around in the foundation.
Start at the jaw line and move the brush in circles, as if you’re buffing the foundation into your skin. If you do, add a little more. Color-Corrector You apply these before the foundation if needed in exactly the same manner.
Mineral eye shadow is still made from the same basic ingredients as the foundation and color-correcting powders. Natural cosmetics lines offer eye shadows in all the same finishes as drugstore eye shadows. On the contrary, mineral eye shadows are quite vibrant and easily blended with an eye shadow brush.A set of eye shadow brushes will work better for applying loose powder shadow than a sponge-tip applicator. For wet lining, try a stiff-bristled, angled brush.
Natural cosmetics offer blushes that give you a natural glow. Concealer It’s matched to your skin and choice of foundation colors.