Green Beauty: Juice Beauty

Juice Beauty phyto-pigmentsI’ve recently become more interested in more natural makeup brands, so when I ran across Juice Beauty a few months ago, I was curious. I browsed their website on and off for a few months and finally placed an order with them last week. I ordered their PHYTO-PIGMENTS Flawless Serum Foundation, (I finally finished the Rimmel one I didn’t like!) as well as their PHYTO-PIGMENTS Last Looks Cream Blush. I was so impressed with the speed of shipment, as well as the packaging of the products!

I ordered the foundation in shade 05 Buff, and it is a great match for me which is always a relief when ordering online. This foundation is on the pricey side at $42, but you can get a 15% off discount for registering which I applied to the foundation, and I also received free shipping which made the price a little more manageable, especially for something with such good ingredients! Now about those ingredients– something that immediately stood out to me about this product is that the first ingredient listed is organic aloe juice. This gives the foundation a very watery consistency, and means that is feels very light and hydrating, something that my combo/dehydrated skin appreciates! The pigments in the formula come from rose flower powder and argon shell powder. My initial first impressions of this are very good! It wears nicely, and has a pretty dewy finish. I’ll be sure to report back about the benefits of the serum aspect of this product.

The cream blush was a bit of an impulse purchase because it was discounted in Juice Beauty’s recent sale. I ordered the shade Peony, which is a lovely deep rosy pink. I think it’s perfect for ladies who prefer more cool toned pinks, and I can see it complimenting a wide variety of lipsticks. The formula is lovely, and I’m sure I’ll be using this often on busy days. It’s creamy, hydrating, and long lasting which is a difficult thing for me to find in a blush.

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I love that these products have so many organic ingredients as well as skincare benefits, and I’m looking forward to venturing into the world of natural and green beauty products more in the future.

Do you prefer natural makeup products? What are some of your favorite brands or products? I’d love to hear!

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  1. I wasn’t allowed to wear make-up growing up. I also had terrible acne. At nineteen I bought mineral makeup and ever since I have only used natural make-up. I have tried quite a few. I wear mostly Cowgirl Dirt now, but I also have a Dr. Hauschka eyeshadow palette and lipsticks, Alima Pure powders and blushes, and Juice Beauty lipstick and lipgloss and (Pharmaca has good discounts; they carry Juice Beauty too, I think). I tried Juice beauty mascara a few years back and greatly dislike because the neck of the tube wasn’t tight enough to properly scrape off mascara so quite a lot got wasted and cause clumpy eyelashes that I had to brush to correct. When I was looking at Juice Beauty then, they only carried three shades of foundation. A lot of my problem when wearing natural makeup was my cool, fair skin tone and Cowgirl Dirt carries cool, neutral, and warm in a lot of shades plus they are inexpensive. I would like a cream or pressed blush, so I might have to try Juice Beauty’s. I LOVE their lipgloss, but I am wondering if I am too old for lipgloss . . . or will soon be.

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