Many of you might know Zuii Organic as the brand that allows you to wear “flowers on your face”. Yep real flowers. All of their powder products a developed with real certified organic flower petals which provide a nourishing and beneficial base. Their range of liquid foundations includes a wide variety of skin tones (24 shades), but their pressed power foundation range is a little more limited (10 shades). Zuii holds a number of Australia and international organic certifications as well as being a cruelty-free company. Many of their products are also vegan.
La Mav has created a great base range of “Anti-Aging” mineral makeup. Their Certified Organic BB Cream is a favourite among many and does a great job at evening everything out while still providing light SPF protection. Their mineral foundations also provide broad spectrum SPF protection while remaining non-comodegenic (doesn’t clog pores) and suitable for all skin types. La Mav products are 100% vegan, certified organic, and contains scientifically proven Bio-Actives to boost up their benefits.
Adorn is an Australian made and owned brand that has developed a range of all natural, vegan, cruelty-free cosmetics (and skincare). They have also implemented an eco-refill program to help cut out waste! Check them out for some stunning vegan red lipstick (one of the hardest colours to develop as a vegan option!), as well as different options to suit your preference. For instance, they have liquid eye liner, eye liner crayons, AND wind-up eye liner!
nūdus and Karen Murrell for their gorgeous Australian and New Zealand made lipsticks, but keep in mind that these might not all be vegan. All colours are cruelty free, but often contain beeswax.
Kester Black and Sienna Byron Bay are also great brands to look up when you are searching for non-toxic nail polish. Sienna Byron Bay polishes are “7-Free” and Kester Black are “10-Free”; between them they offer pretty much any colour under the sun!
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