So, if you are a green beauty queen, then you know the frustration of searching for a clean foundation that also provides good coverage! Throw in some allergies/sensitivities and things could get even more desperate. We understand! After all, it has taken us years of heartbreak and disappointment to finally formulate just the right makeup for your needs. Now, if the mineral titanium dioxide causes you some irritation, stop reading now. Unfortunately, this mineral is the only way to provide better-than-light coverage. But, if this describes you, don’t lose heart! Our cake-resistant Natural Look pressed powders are still titanium dioxide free and offer light to medium buildable coverage.
But if you’re good with this mineral, here is the quickie on Age Defying Liquid foundation:
Skin Types: All
Finish: Semi Dewy
The time we have taken to formulate the new Age Defying Liquid Foundation was well worth it, for the age defying benefits alone. Advanced Peptides & Hyaluronic Acid are blended in for a firmer, more youthful appearing complexion and better deep-layer hydration! Celeb Makeup Artist Roxanne Saffaie used it on actress Gina J Carano of Star Wars “The Mandalorian” series…maybe to get a head start? Gina has gorgeous skin!
Ready to give it a try? Here is how to get the most out of the new Age Defying Liquid Foundation from Rejuva Minerals. Apply over Rejuva Minerals tinted moisturizer with the dampened Flawless Finish beauty blender sponge. You can use water or setting spray to dampen the sponge. Wait for moisturizer to set into the skin. Apply in a patting motion and finish by blending. Set with Multi Task powder for a blurred, slightly mattifying effect.
EWG VERIFIED™ Multi Task is blended with yummy antioxidants from orange, lemongrass and sesame and is offered in a generous 15.8 gram sifter jar, so it will last for quite some time to come. The best brush to use for applying Multi Task is the Flat Top Buki. Swirl the white tips in the powder for even distribution, then tap off excess for an ultra light application. A little goes a long way!