Everyday Minerals “Love at first blush” kit review!

A long overdue post. I’ve been using this Everyday Minerals kit for months, but had never gotten to talk about it. I remember lusting over this brand on Instagram. When Everyday Minerals announced the launch of their spring kit “Love at first blush” I couldn’t help but place an order as soon as EccoVerde received this kit. For the price of 24 Euros, I thought it was quite reasonable, knowing it contains 6 blushes with a bamboo brush included. It was my first time trying Texas-based brand, and I was far from disappointed. All of EM products are natural, vegan, cruelty free, and handmade in Austin.  I normally use pressed powder blushes from Benecos (review here), so applying loose powder blush required a few adjustments, such as using the right amount of powder, to avoid a somewhat clownesque look. I also strictly use their kabuki brush for a smooth and even finish, because it works perfectly for their product.

Major bonus points on the eco-friendly packaging 😉

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A collection of 6 pastel shades, varying from earthy/neutral to more rosy shades. Superbly pigmented, a gentle swipe is enough to impart a delicate and lovely flush of colour on your cheeks. None are shimmery and they all look very natural on. They are buildable for those  longing for more color.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can see the swatches in the first picture. My favorites are Primrose, Tea rose, Fresh rose blossom and At first blush. Field of roses and Pink for flowers are also really pretty, however less showing on my skin, I believe they would suit paler skin tones much better.
Would I recommend it? Yes. I don’t what tooke me so long to try Everyday Minerals, but it’s definitely worth checking out, fair prices, great quality, and wide array of products.
In Europe, EM products are available on Eccoverde and Cocktail Cosmetics

Ingredients: Mica (CI 77019). May Contain (+/-): Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499), Ultramarines (CI 77742).

Have you tried Everyday Minerals?

Take care,

Liz

Liz

Green hunter, wellness junkie and pun maker on the website, I’m on a journey towards a kinder and healthier life. @lizthegreenspirit on Instagram.

13 Comments
    1. Oh that's good to know. I currently use Lily Lolo's mineral foundation, but when I run out of it, I might try this one. Yes, the brush is really great, when I look at the price of kabuki brushes I definitely think this kit is a steal 🙂 xx

    2. They look awesome! I have some Everyday Minerals blushes and I like them. And Jojoba Base is very good too. I also use lily Lolo's mineral foundation, but it gives matte finish and Jojoba Base gives some glow.

    1. I see what you mean, it's definitely much more convenient in pressed form. What I do with these is that I "transvase" (according to engl. dico = decant) a bit of product inside the lid. Then the brush because of its perfect size, absobs all the product so it doesn't get messy. However the problem remains with loose pigment eyeshadows 🙂 xx

    1. Lovely, you have naturally rosy cheeks 🙂 I barely wore any blush this summer, but now I'm back to adding some colors on my cheeks since the weather is cooling down. xx

  1. That's a pretty good steal for all that! I think this is the second time I've heard of this brand and you've got me intrigued 🙂 Since using Magu Eco's mineral blush I've become a lot more partial to them so this coud very well be right up my alley. Lovely review as always Liz! Xx

  2. I wanted to buy this but I had the impression that there were many similar colors in there, so I don't know… I own one of their blushes (Wild Vines) and I love it!

  3. I was thinking of getting this but I thought shades look quite similar, if they were pressed maybe I'd give them a go..I don't know, they do look super pretty though.. :)) xx

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