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Natural is the new rage in fashion. Here’s how to detox your make-up bags

Natural make-up is the latest trend in the fashion world and it is catching up people’s imagination for the safety it offers. Here’s a list of brands that offer full range of products that claim to be organic and eco-friendly.

fashion and trends Updated: Apr 24, 2017 13:01 IST
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All-natural cosmetics appeal to anyone looking to detox their make-up bags.
All-natural cosmetics appeal to anyone looking to detox their make-up bags.(Getty Images)

This month, natural cosmetics brand Weleda became the latest to branch out into make-up, with a range of three tinted lip balms. Containing organic shea butter and jojoba oil and mineral pigments, the balms are designed to smooth and soften lips, while providing sheer colour and a hint of gloss.

While Weleda have just dipped their toes into the natural make-up market, there are many brands offering full ranges of products that claim to be organic and eco-friendly. These all-natural cosmetics will appeal to anyone looking to detox their make-up bags.

Foundation

Perhaps the most important natural beauty product is foundation. bareMinerals claim that theirs is “so pure you can sleep in it,” but while it is always advisable to cleanse before bedtime, there’s no denying that this foundation has garnered many fans over the years. The loose mineral powder contains just five ingredients and offers SPF 15 sun protection. Available here for $28.50.

Eyeshadow

Lily Lolo’s mineral eyeshadows can be used either wet or dry, for either a sheer or intense wash of colour. The gentle formula promises not to irritate sensitive skin and there are 27 highly-pigmented colours to choose from. Available here for $9.10.

Concealer

Founded by make-up artist Rosie-Marie Swift, RMS Beauty offers a range of luxurious products, which are designed to be non-toxic and nourishing. The “Un-Cover-Up” concealer is designed to hydrate the skin, while camouflaging imperfections and redness. Available here for $36.

Lipstick

Did you know that many lipsticks on the market contain lead? Even though it’s only used in miniscule quantities, many of us might prefer not to have such a substance so close to our mouths. Weleda’s tinted lip balms will provide a natural look, but for something more dramatic try the “Beautiful Lips” range by German brand Lavera. Available here for $20.

Dr Hauschka’s organic mascara contains rose petal wax to protect lashes, as well as black tea extract to soothe the delicate eye area. Available here for $25.

Blush

While Tata Harper’s Lip and Cheek tint it isn’t cheap, the fact that it combines two products in one makes it better value for money. The range of three colours are designed to create a sheer, natural effect, and the “volumising” formula claims to plump the skin. Available here for $36.

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