Oakmoss is the darkest shade in our grey matte collection of multi-purpose colors.
Oakmoss is a cool color that can be used on the eyes in a variety of ways. It can be used as eye shadow, eyeliner and brow liner, as well as for special effects. Oakmoss can be used for a wide variety of makeup applications and may be used wet or dry.
As an herbalist, I have named all my mineral make-up shades and colors with plant names. Oakmoss is named after this lichen:
Nightshade is the darkest shade in our neutral matte collection of multi-purpose colors.
Nightshade is a neutral, intense, concentrated soft black and may be applied and combined in layers for different effects. Nightshade can be used for a wide variety of makeup applications. This versatile color may be used wet or dry as eyeshadow, eyeliner or brow liner.
As an herbalist, I have named all my mineral make-up shades and colors with plant names. Nightshade is named after the Bittersweet Nightshade plant:
Here is a gorgeous example of how to combine Nightshade with other colors for a beautiful natural effect!
Did you know that not all make-up brushes are created equally? Did you know that the quality of your make-up brush affects the end result of your make-up application?
In order to give your look the natural, smooth finish you want and the ease of application your are looking for, it is essential to use a superior quality make-up brush. I spent much time and energy researching brushes and brush manufacturers before settling on the make-up brushes I carry.
I am proud to say that the brushes I carry are made by a very conscious, aware company. I carry 2 categories of brushes – one set or those of you looking to only use all natural products and another for those of you looking for vegan products.
Our all natural hair brushes are the highest quality. These brush hairs are not machine cut, they are hand shaped to preserve the natural tip. The brush hairs are carefully selected and processed. No animal is ever hurt or destroyed for the purpose of making these brushes!
Our vegan brushes are made of taklon and and are perfect for applying mineral make-up efficiently and effectively. And, they are oh, so soft!
All of our brushes have smooth hardwood handles and the manufacturers participate in reforestation programs and never use endangered species of wood.
Today’s installment of our series starring L.A. based Makeup Artist, Jenny Karl, using Natural Look Mineral Make-Up, shows a terrific technique for applying crease color to the eye with loose powder mineral make-up.
In this next installment of our series starring L.A. based Makeup Artist, Jenny Karl, using Natural Look Mineral Make-Up, we explore some techniques for applying eye shadow with loose powder mineral make-up.
Here is the latest installment in our series starring L.A. based Makeup Artist, Jenny Karl, using Natural Look Mineral Make-Up. In this video we explore techniques for using mineral make-up as an eyeshadow base.
Here is the second installment in our series starring L.A. based Makeup Artist, Jenny Karl, using Natural Look Mineral Make-Up. In this video she demonstrates proper techniques for applying mineral make-up foundation powder as a liquid.
What you think? Does this help you have a better understanding of how to apply your minerals?
A few years ago, my great friend and L.A. make-up artist extraordinaire, Jenny Karl, created a fabulous how-to series in which she featured the Natural Look Mineral Make-Up line. It is such a great little series, I wanted to share it with you.