Mineral Make Up Foundation Kit
Create your own 100% natural foundation with our mineral makeup foundation kit. Our kit contains all natural pigments, oxides, micas and clays along with our full mineral makeup book. Recipes for light and shimmery veils as well as medium and full coverage bases are all included with this single kit. Make your own foundation for a fraction of the cost of pre-made bases! You can make nearly 4 ounces of product for just $39.99 as compared to $25 for only 1/3 oz. of Sephora's most popular powder base. In addition to making dozens of different foundation bases you also have the ingredients and recipes to try some of our neutral eyeshadow blends and basic bronzers. The included powder brush is made of goat hair with a natural wood handle and is almost 4 inches tall and 1.25 inches across at the narrowest end. Tip! Our favorite trick is to add a little finished powder to our favorite lotion for a tinted moisturizer - try it and tell us what you think!
Mineral Makeup Foundation Kit contains:
Sericite, Tapioca Powder, Kaolin Clay, Titanium Dioxide, Honeyed Beige Mica, Soft Beige Mica, Cappuccino Mica, Luster Black Mica, Brown Oxide, Ultramarine Pink Oxide, Ultramarine Blue, Brick Red Oxide, Black Oxide, Mineral Makeup Guide Book, 3 empty containers as well as a luxuriously soft kabuki style brush.
Terah from Bramble Berry replies...Hi Michele! I'm so sorry you were disappointed in this kit. It can be tricky to find the perfect shade to match your skin tone. There are recipes for light, medium and dark skin tones that can be tweaked and customized until they blend into your skin. I will contact you directly to help with this.
Reply from Bramble Berry
Hi Kristine! I'm sorry you were disappointed with this kit. It typically doesn't come with mini scoops, but I would be more than happy to send you some. Also, because the brush is very soft, it can shed slightly. I'll be emailing you personally to resolve this issue!
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