MINERAL MAKEUP FOUNDATION SAMPLES
TRY BEFORE YOU BUY BIGGER – CHECK YOUR COLOUR
Sample 1 gram pot with sifters mean you can try before you buy. The container is then perfect to fill from your regular size foundation to take on a holiday
or keep in your bag for touch ups after work.
is the most common skin colour in Australians. Skin sometimes burns but gradually tans. Redness or visible capillaries in skin
can accompany this skin tone. Yellow undertones in the base of Makeup correct redness. Most popular colour suits most Caucasian skins.
Suits a range of skin tones and includes Light olive skin types or those use fake tan. Skin tans easily. Medium
Plus girls can have a delightful light olive skin tone. They always look healthy and tan well. Freckles can be common in those who spend a lot of time
Girls who use Medium in winter often change to Medium Plus in summer as a tan builds. Medium Plus is an extremely popular colour. Mineral Makeup colours
stretch over a range of skin tones, far more than liquid makeup.
: Suits Fair or Pale skin that burns easily and does not tan. There can be some redness in skin, often blonde or red hair,
freckles. Girls sometimes blush. Fair has warm undertones to correct redness. Dark haired girls sometimes have a very fair complexion
Very fair skin which has no redness. Beige Fair has pink to neutral undertones, maybe honey coloured freckles. Skin
burns easily. Our model is very fair. If she used "Fair" it would clash with her natural skin tone. Beige fair brightens the outcome and blends perfectly
with her skin. We then used Bronzer to give that sun kissed natural look.
is used for medium skin which gradually tans and has no redness. Skin can look sallow. Beige Medium has pink
to neutral undertones and is an extremely popular colour. The photos of our model show a little redness but that is not the case in reality. We used Medium
on another makeover and the model was able to wear either colour but Beige Medium looked that bit brighter. If you look drab wearing pale chambray blue
go for a Beige shade.
ladies have olive skin tones, usually clear skin without freckles. Those who wear Tan will always looks sunkissed with
a healthy glow. Often girls with a Mediterranean or European background wear Tan. Pigmentation is covered well too.
is excellent for an Asian skin type. This colour has been specially developed to give a flattering finish for our Asian
clients. Finish with Bronzer to sculpt and beautify these lovely skins. Beauty therapists are finding Jasmin works very well with spray tans. Many tans
have a strong warm base.
Buy 2 colour samples, the closest to our description. They won't be wasted.
Read the How-To tab to learn how to test the colour match.
HOW TO MATCH YOUR COLOUR:
Read through the selection criteria on our choosing a mineral makeup colour page carefully. This will give the main clue as to your colour. Everyone knows
if they burn easily, have olive skin or have a problem with redness.
TO TEST THE COLOUR MATCH:
- Cleanse your face and apply moisturiser. If you have a small brush or eyeshadow brush make sure it’s clean.
- Shake a small amount of mineral powder into lid of sample pot.
- Load the small brush and draw a line down your face from about 2.5cm above the jaw line through the jaw line. Have a good look at the colour. The foundation
should blend well on the neck. You are not looking to create a highwater line. If you don't have a brush, use a cotton bud and blend with your
- Does it blend with the skin or contrast drastically? Begin to blend the powder into the face, ideally with a brush or cotton ball, sponge or fingers.
If the powder is barely noticeable on the skin you have the right colour.
- Does the colour blend and appear to be the same colour as your face or does it clash? If it clashes you probably need a different base colour.
- Beige Fair and Beige Medium suits skin that is yellow undertoned and is often sallow. You may have honey coloured freckles. Beige has pink undertones
that camouflages some of these problems.