You all know I’ve been loving organic beauty products, but as a beauty blogger I find it hard to commit to just organic beauty. That’s where Anna from Edible Beauty comes in. Anna is a qualified naturopath and created the beautiful and organic skincare brand, Edible Beauty. Anna was a realist when we chatted, she didn’t expect me to use the range or organic beauty products exclusively. She understands the challenges that everyone faces when making the transition to organic beauty and she recommends taking small steps and slowly transitioning organic products into your regime. Here’s a few products I’d tried from the brand, what I’ve loved, liked and any misses.
No.2 Citrus Rhapsody Toner Mist*
Normally you see rose toning mists, so it was quite nice to see a different mist, in the form of this citrus toner mist. First off love the packaging, so sleek and provides a fine mist. The scent is not overpowering smelling like citrus, but subtle. Really like this mist.
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I was lucky enough to be invited to Sephora Australia’s biannual showcase which features beauty launches for the next 6 months. Here’s some of my faves that are worth checking out when they hit stores. Apologies for some of the terrible photos, I got excited by all the makeup. Eek!
Kat Von D Alchemist Holographic Palette
Now I’m not brave enough to wear the holographic shadows, but I was impressed with the quality. These can be applied alone as eyeshadow, or as a highlighter. They can also be applied onto of a different eyeshadow to transform it into a holographic shadow. These are in stores March, I think…
Kat Von D Lock-It Makeup Setting Mist
Now I think its fair to say all of us are excited for this launch! This is a super fine setting spray that contains cucumber and aloe vera, also making it hydrating. This will retail for $30 in Australia, what a bargain! In stores in March.
Givenchy Rouge Interdit Lipstick
I can’t remember the specific name of these lipsticks, but they are new and should be launched in March. The lipsticks provide an opaque finish as opposed to their previous lipstick in similar packaging which provides a sheer finish. These lipsticks will retail for $50.
Smith and Cult
I love the nail polishes and have featured them a few times on my Instagram. Smith and Cult will now be available in Sephora online from February and instore in March! Make sure to check out their nail polishes, so many gorgeous shades!
Tarte have so many exciting launches! Their no makeup makeup/ skincare range will be launched in April (from memory). And the new makeup items which are available on Tarte.com will be in Sephora from May .
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Some of you may know I’m been wanting to transition to organic skincare. Well I’ve finally taken the plunge and have found so many awesome organic products that are effective and won’t break the bank. A bit of a disclaimer; I don’t think I will ever be 100% committed to organic skincare but I will try to use as many effective natural products as possible.
Wildcrafted Organics Neroli Cleansing Oil*
I love this cleanser to remove my makeup. It’s really effective at removing majority of makeup while leaving the skin feeling hydrated. Click here for a review.
Wildcrafted Organics Wild Rose Botanical Mist*
Love this rose facial mist! I think its better than the Jurlique one as it’s not as intense in smell and it’s a much finer mist. Click here for a review.
Edible Beauty NO.2 Citrus Rhapsody Radiance Tonique*
This is another beautiful face mist and if you’re not a fan of rose then you’ll love this! Its lightly scented and disperses a beautiful fine mist.
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