Loose Mineral Foundation: #2

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This is a cool, olive shade for light skin, including some Asian skin tones.

Ingredients: Mica, titanium dioxide, iron oxides, ultramarine blue, May Contain: zinc oxide.

Loose mineral foundation is the purest, most natural-looking form of foundation available. When applied sparingly, and with the correct brush, your face will appear flawless, yet as close the look of real skin as possible. Don't be surprised at the comments you will receive from friends and family.

Our loose mineral foundation can be applied dry with a kabuki brush or mixed with a facial moisturizer for sensitive or dry skin. Our mineral foundation has complete coverage and full spectrum sunscreen, and oil control properties. No separate concealer or powder is needed in most cases. If you have problem skin, including conditions such as acne and rosacea, you will probably see an improvement in your skin when you stop applying commercial brands of foundation.


Tap a small amount of powder into the top and swirl your Kabuki brush into it. Tap the bottom of the handle with the brush head facing upward on a hard surface (eg. bathroom counter). This settles the powder into the brush head. Firmly spread powder on clean, dry skin to evenly blend pigments.

For blemishes, a seperate concealer is not needed. Use a shader brush to apply small amounts to the problem areas and blend well.

For those with dry, flaky skin, our loose mineral foundation can be blended with your favourite cream to create a cream foundation. First moisturize as usual, then tap a small amount of powder into the palm of the hand. Add a drop of moisturizer. Blend the two products together until a smooth, creamy consistency is achieved. Use your fingers or make-up wedge to apply.

For those who prefer a liquid foundation, you can blend our loose mineral foundation with your toner or complexion mist.

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