Silk Naturals is a cruelty-free indie makeup brand that has a following for their selection of dupes to popular eye palettes, lipsticks, and more. When I discovered that the Silk Naturals Plenty of Peaches Eye Shadow Palette was not just cruelty-free, but also vegan, I wanted to get my hands on it. I have purchased their palettes in the past as well as individual shadows and had been really happy with the formula and pigmentation of all of them.
In this post, I share an eye look created using the Silk Naturals Plenty of Peaches Eye Shadow Palette. If you watched the Jane Iredale Foundation Friday video, you got a sneak peek of this cruelty-free look already!
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The Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream has been on my “must-try” list for months. I finally picked up this cruelty-free foundation from Citrine Natural Beauty Bar a while ago, and couldn’t wait to do a Foundation Friday video using it. This is the first Jane Iredale product that I have tried, but I have heard a lot of great things about this cruelty-free and natural beauty brand. In this post, you can read my review of the Jane Iredale Glow Time BB Cream, and watch the Foundation Friday video where I demo this cruelty-free foundation and do check-ins throughout the day.
Claims: “Glow Time covers blemishes, minimizes pores, disguises wrinkles and smoothes and brightens skin. Our mineral-based formula nourishes your complexion and helps protect skin from UV and free radical damage.Grapefruit Extract promotes luminosity and skin radiance, minimizes appearance of pores and wrinkles, and may help to fade uneven pigmentation. Apple Extract is a skin-smoothing antioxidant that exfoliates, refines and rejuvenates the skin. Sunflower Seed Oil is rich in moisturizing vitamin E. Aloe Leaf Juice soothes and calms the skin.”
I love the Melt Gun Metal Stack and have been using these cruelty-free shadows in a lot of looks. I have received tons of requests to show how I these shadows and to film a video that also shows swatches of each shade. There are four shades in total in the Melt Gun Metal Stack – three glittery shades and one matte shade. In this video, get ready with me and check out swatches of the four shades included in the Melt Gun Metal Stack.
I recently picked up the Wander Beauty Flash Focus Foundation Stick to add to my foundation Friday video series on YouTube. I had been wanting to try the Wander Beauty Flash Focus Foundation Stick for a while but had read and watched some really mixed reviews on this foundation. Because I was still on the fence, I wanted to give it a try and see how it worked for me. In this post, I share my thoughts on the foundation, show how I applied it, and how it wore throughout the day.
Claims: “The Flash Focus Hydrating Foundation Stick glides easily onto the skin for a flawless, smooth finish. Perfect for all skin types, the buildable, lightweight formula calms redness and reduces discoloration. Portable and precise, it is easy to apply on-the-go. Versatile enough to deliver sheer, medium or full coverage that looks natural, this creamy formula can be used for spot treating imperfections or all-over coverage from day to night. Its unique complex of coconut oil, hyaluronic, and vitamins C and E deeply hydrate your skin, locking in moisture and leave a youthful-looking, perfect complexion.”