I have reviewed a couple of items and this are my thoughts. Starting with the lip exfoliator and the tinted lip conditioner which are grand. Ingredients like jojoba seed meal and Sunflower seed oil help to nourish and keep lip soft. You just have to sweep the stick accross the lips a couple of times, then use a damp wash cloth to take away exces.
As it stimulates the blood circulation in the lips the tinted lip conditioner will keep lips lightly colored and glossy at the same time. The pre mascara lightly thickens, lengthens and coats each lash. Due to the fact that it does not contain synthetic preservatives but just pure vitamin E and Aloë, it has a permanent place in my make-up bag. The silken shadow stick works as a lovely subtle shimmer eyeshadow or to be used as a make-up base.
With all the strobing and highlighting we need to be doing this fall, if you’re a preferably organic girl do try the illuminating and bronzer stick. Use the highlighter on the high points of the cheek, while the bronzer can subtly be used as a shaper or bronzer for a sunkissed effect.
The only product I am actually not fond of is the foundation. Maybe its the texture, maybe it’s the mis mismatch in color, and maybe its both. In opinion the texture is a little too oily, even when blended. I truly love a radiant looking complexion but one way or the other it radiates more than I am willing to wear on a daily basis. So, yes if you have very dry skin, this might be a perfect organic foundation for you.
I have been mixing the two darkest shades Sandar and Tanami. Sandar has a red undertone while the Tanami has what I call a “greige” ashy undertone that will work magic on olive skin. Nevertheless as my undertone is yellow, even in a mix no matter the percentage it did not work up to my expectations. That said, don’t be discoraged and try it for yourself. What does not work for me, might work for you.