Keeping it Natural

Its time to talk Nude by Nature on the blog again.

Airbrush Mineral Primer

Along with a cute little makeup bag to store all your products in, one of the first products you get is the Airbrush Mineral Primer. As you probably know by now, I'm no longer big on primers but this one has seen me jump back on the bandwagon a little bit. If I know I've got a long day of makeup wearing ahead, I have been popping a little bit of this on my cheeks and t-zone area to try and help my makeup stay looking smoother for longer. I do like the formula of this one - it's quite light but does still go a little tacky to really help makeup stick to it. I wouldn't say I notice a major difference using this product, but I probably get a few extra hours of shine-free foundation when I have this on, especially during a warmer day.

Natural Mineral Cover Foundation

You'll also get a mini size of their Natural Mineral Cover Foundation (perfect for travelling). A powder foundation is great for the summer months as it won't give you a thick coverage that will noticeably sweat off during the day, yet if you do have days where you want to go for something a little heavier you only need to pack on a little more to achieve it. This powder is super smooth and easy to apply and gives a really natural looking finish. This isn't a super high coverage foundation, so it's definitely for those days you're heading out and just want a little something to give your skin a natural, flawless looking glow.

Kabuki Brush

I've also talked about this brush before which is super soft and perfect for applying the mineral foundation and again, a great size for when you're on-the-go.

I'm not really a big lip gloss fan and this product hasn't converted me this time around. I think this would be great applied over the right coloured lipstick if you're a fan of a lipgloss but is a no go on it's own. It smells sweet just like some Lip Smackers that I use to own when I was younger.

This palette has all the shades you need to sculpt, define and highlight your face. I found these pigments were nice and soft and blend quite nicely. As someone who prefers powder contour I didn't mind this at all. I'm not so big on the contouring anymore but even to add some colour back to your face after applying your foundation, this works well. 

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