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coconut bb cream

mango bb balm

coconut bb balm

concealing cream

shilajit bio-foundation

tamanu dewy cream

chia + astaxanthin + seabuckthorn souffle

molecular hydrogen + sugarcane serum + shade-changers

raspberry + soursop serum + shade changers


coconut bb cream – this was my second coverage I whipped up almost two decades ago. It is very brightening, due to the raw coconut base (and the coconut being white), so you may find that you need to go a shade darker than you would with the other coverage formula shades. The texture of this coconut bb cream is hydrating but matte and the coverage level is medium but easily buildable. Even though the texture is more on the matte side, it sits on the surface of the skin and lends a soft glow. If you like the texture of the coconut-based concealing hdd formula, you may like this similar texture. Yet, the coconut concealing hdd is more of a balm, and this has more of a coconut whip feel. I still always recommend the coconut-based concealing hdd around the eyes as it is non-creasing. To increase the staying power I recommend pairing this coverage with shilajit bio-foundation. I like to use my fingers to apply this product to warm it up so it glides onto the skin. You can also apply it with my smooth things over brush.

mango bb balm – this used to be my most richly hydrating coverage. my new coconut balm is just as intensely moisturizing. If you are looking for the least ingredients, go try my new coconut bb balm. This mango bb balm is perfect for mature skin and extra-dry skin types. This formula offers the maximum level of coverage and the base has the most colour to it so some clients find they need to go a shade lighter or half a shade lighter with a custom blend formula. If you like my coconut-free concealing hdd you will like the texture of this foundation and vice versa. It pairs well with my shilajit bio-foundation too. I like to use my fingers to apply this product to warm it up so it glides onto the skin. You can also apply it with my smooth things over brush.

coconut bb balm – the coverage and the texture of this newest balm it is equal to my mango bb balm. Other than the ingredients, the difference is that the mango bb balm has a more ‘high beam’ glow and the coconut bb balm is more of a ‘low beam’ glow. Although this balm is also very hydrating it is not as richly hydrating as the mango bb balm. This formula is wonderful for anyone who needs maximum coverage for scars, hyperpigmentation, and redness, while also being perfect for someone going through healing from cystic acne or any type of skin injury. Coconut oil has antibacterial, anti-fungal, and antimicrobial properties so it restores skin’s perfect microbiome.

concealing cream – like my coconut bb cream, this coverage formula is more brightening than the others, roughly about half a shade brighter than the mango bb balm, which has the most colour to it due to the peachy-coloured raw mango butter base. Please keep in mind that if you order the same shade, whether custom or ready-to-wear of the different coverages, you will notice a different colour effect for each due to the natural undertones of the different plant butters. You may find that you need to go a shade darker than you would with the other coverage formula shades. This formula is perfect for brightening around the eyes or to custom camouflage areas of the face that require maxium coverage. The original coconut base version is more of a matte cream texture, while the coconut-free is more creamy.

shilajit bio-foundation – this is my loose powder foundation and it has medium to full coverage. It is seamless and feather light and works best my cream coverage options for the best longevity of your makeup and water-resistance. You can also use these shades as loose powder eyeshadows and contour shades. I like to sprinkle a small amount in my palm and lightly tap this coverage onto skin with my fingers but my work it out brush works great too. This product adheres best when layered over a cream coverage. It can also be layered over my coconut cream, raspberry elixir, or your favourite moisturizer or primer.

tamanu dewy hdd – I created this full coverage texture for those looking for a liquid foundation. It is a creamy texture that melts into a liquid upon application. It smells delicious, like chocolate chip mint icecream.. You can request that it be peppermint essential oil free if you are sensitive. The formula is wonderful for all skin types but it is especially beneficial for post laser and post treatments where healing of the skin is required. It is also the perfect formula for those dealing with cystic acne and any type of skin disorder. It relieves pain and inflammation and speeds healing.

chia + astaxanthin + seabuckthorn souffle – this foundation has a cream to gel texture and feels like a second skin. It is full coverage with a matte finish. It has a cooling effect on the skin so it is great for hot flashes and water-resistant when it comes to humid climates. It is also a great choice for yoga teachers and any type of lifestyle that is very active. It pairs well with my concealing hdd and shilajit bio-foundation. This foundation can be applied easily with fingers or with my smooth things over brush if you prefer a brush.

molecular hydrogen + sugarcane serum + shade-changers – with this coverage you have the option of customizing the shade yourself by altering the undertones, texture, coverage, and depth. The shade-changers are optional though if you have already found your perfect shade. This is a plant-based squalane liquid coverage that feels feather-light on the skin. You will forget you have makeup on. It has a matte finish that lends a soft, candlelight glow and pairs well with my concealing hdd and shilajit bio-foundation.

raspberry + soursop serum + shade-changers – this serum is very similar in texture to the above serum, just with different ingredients.

For my shade recommendations: custom colour palette suggestions




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