Colorescience Mineral Makeup was created by Diane Ranger who is actually credited with inventing the mineral makeup concept (she was the creator of Bare Escentual's Bare Minerals/bareMinerals).
Unlike traditional makeup, Colorescience products have been shown to have a positive effects on the actual condition of the skin. The micronized minerals used are naturally anti-inflammatory and uniquely formulated to protect and correct the skin.
Colorescience utilizes state of the art nanotechnology to ensure the purity of its minerals. The botanicals used in Colorscience Mineral Makeup are organically grown and the makeup's core ingredients are high pharmaceutical grade.
Colorescience's concentrated loose powder formula coupled with their advanced "Genie bottle" applicator not only takes the mess out of mineral makeup but makes a little go a long way. Raves from magazines like Allure, Redbook and Elle have brought Colorscience Mineral Makeup into the industry's spotlight.
My Fair Lady: very pale foundation with a slightly pink undertone - Comparable to Bare Mineral's Light
Light As A Feather: fair foundation with a neutral base
Pass The Butter: fair foundation with a yellow undertone, also use as corrector
All Even: medium-tone pale yellow foundation, also use as a corrector
Second Skin: medium-tone cool (rosy) foundation (Can be worn by most Caucasian women with a medium skin tone who want a natural look. Comparable to Bare Mineral's Medium)
California Girl: medium-tone warm (golden) foundation (This is the best selling Colorscience Mineral Makeup color that can be worn by most Caucasian women with a medium skin tone who want a slightly "tanned" or "sunkissed" look. Compare to Bare Escentuals Medium Tan)
Per fekt: apricot tone to brighten fair complexion & conceal redness, hyperpigmentation, and dark circles. Use as a foundation, corrector or bronzer.
Medium - Dark:
Not Too Deep: rich neutral toned foundation for deep skin tones. May also be used as a bronzer.
In The Dark: golden tan foundation for darker skin tones. Also a great bronzer.
Toast Of The Town: dark terra cotta brown foundation. Also a great bronzer.
That Touch Of Mink: deep cocoa brown foundation. Also a great bronzer.
Active Ingredients: Micronized Titanium Dioxide (6%), Micronized Zinc Oxide (6%). Inactive Ingredients: Titanium Dioxide, Bismuth Oxychloride, Iron Oxide, Mica. May Contain: Manganese Violet, Ultrmarine Blue, Chromium Oxide, Carmine
The convenient super-goat bristle, retractable makeup brush releases just the right amount of pigment for fool-proof application.
Apply coverage and SPF 20 with the ease of a brush stroke. Never heavy. Never cakey.
One product replaces foundation, concealer, powder and sun protection. Mineral makeup is NOT like traditional makeup and therefore cannot be applied the same way. Loose minerals look like a powder and feel like a cream. Highly pigmented, they give amazing coverage, but feel weightless as if you are wearing nothing at all.
Colorescience loose minerals come in a large variety of colores to be used as foundation, bronzers, correctors, finishing powders, blushers, and afterglows. With traditional makeup, you can get too much, too fast, creating a heavy look and feel. With Colorescience, it's okay to layer away!
Colorescience mineral makeup gives you radiant skin, as if backlit. Packed with good for your skin ingredients (no oils, talc, dyes or alcohols) and instant physical sun protection, your skin will look good now and for years to come.
How To Use: Prime your brush before you begin. Brush in a circular motion on dry, but moisturized skin. Layer lightly for a soft, natural look. Layer away for more coverage. If you see makeup, you have too much. Use a tissue or a clean sponge to erase extra coverage. For use as a concealer, apply with a detail brush.
Here are the Colorescience Mineral Makeup Reviews that have been submitted by web site visitors.
If you have used Colorescience Mineral Makeup, please share your opinions with ithers!
Please include any information regarding your age, skin condition, tone or "issues" that you think will be helpful and interesting to other site visitors.
Click below to see contributions from other visitors to this page...