In all honesty, until just recently, bareMinerals have been a makeup brand I’d never really thought of trying out. However, after attending a few events hosted by a local stand in Fenwick Newcastle, I’ve been enjoying many of their products ever since so I thought I’d go through some of my favourites.
Base-wise I’m still very new to their products, however on those days I’m not wanting to wear much makeup their Blemish Remedy Foundation has been perfect for balancing out my skin tone and making it look that little bit more flawless. It’s a mineral powder foundation with a light-coverage which wouldn’t be something I’d normally choose as I tend to favour liquid formulas, however I’ve been pleasantly surprised by how this works for me. And if you’re after more coverage, it’s a great foundation to wear under what you’d normally wear – it’s formulation contains Aspen Bark and Tea Tree Oil which both encourage clearer, blemish-free skin and I’ve certainly noticed a difference through using it. To add a little colour to my cheeks, I’ve also been using their Mineral Blush in Cheerful* which is a very true pink shade that gives me a healthy-looking flush.
When it comes to makeup, eyeshadow palettes are my weakness. They’re that product that I always find myself attracted to the most, and this palette is certainly like none other I’ve tried. The bareMinerals Ready Eyeshadow 4.0* palette photographed above is The Elements which unfortunately I’m not sure is available anymore, however their eyeshadow formula in general is incredible. Highly-pigmented colours, these shadows are easy to blend and can be worn both day and night. I never thought I’d see the day I was enjoying using a pale green, amber or teal coloured eyeshadow but these shades have been getting a whole lot of wear recently. I’ve especially enjoyed using the teal shadow in the outer third to smoke out my eye a little during the day as it isn’t as heavy as the darker shadows I’d usually go for. I’m typically more of a drug-store gal when it comes to mascara as I don’t always believe that high-end mascaras are truly all that. However, when I was kindly gifted this Flawless Definition Curl and Lengthen Mascara* I’ve been nothing but surprised by how this works on my lashes. Whilst it certainly by no means gives me the most dramatic look, I love wearing this on a daily basis as I know it won’t be half-way down my face by the end of the day. At first I found it a little watery, so it’s definitely one of those mascaras that work better once they’ve dried up a little = but it’s one I’d certainly recommend trying out!
Have you tried any bareMinerals products? If so, what are your favourites? I’d love to know! I’m after a few of their brushes next…
P.s. – If you live around the North East, if you pop into their stand at Fenwick Newcastle and state the name of my blog, you’ll can receive a free deluxe sample of the foundations!