Rejuva Minerals Haul (Round 2)

I am such a fan of Rejuva minerals for their dedication to using non-toxic ingredients in their cosmetics, so I’m back again with another haul! In case you haven’t seen my initial post about their EWG Certified makeup, you can read it here.

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In today’s lineup: Loose Powder Foundation in the shade Neutral, Pressed Blush in Pink Parfait, Pressed Eyeshadows in White Diamond and Tropical Sunset, and 3 brushes (all over eyeshadow, crease brush, and highlighting brush).

I really love the Rejuva Pressed Powder foundation, so I wanted to try the loose foundation in comparison! The container for the loose foundations are absolutely adorable; they look like little macarons! There is also a sifter inside to help contain the powder. I got the shade Neutral, which lives up to it’s name – not too cool, nor too warm. The application of this powder is lighter and more sheer than the pressed powder, but it can be built up. This can either be used as a very light foundation or a setting powder. It’s ingredients are similar to the pressed powder but also includes the addition of kaolin clay which is fantastic for oil absorption.

I chose the Pressed Blush in the shade Pink Parfait – a soft baby pink. It’s a matte finish that’s finely milled so you get a sheer wash of color that blends out seamlessly. It can be built up, but the shade is light. This can also be used as an eyeshadow: it’s great for an all over base color!

The White Diamond Pressed Eyeshadow is great for highlighting the inner corner and browbone, but it also doubles beautifully as a cheek highlighter! It’s a pearly white shade that adds just the right hint of glow. Tropical Sunset Pressed Eyeshadow is a pretty, light terracotta shade (which can also double as a blush!) I love the versatility of their pressed powders, and all the shades have been really flattering.

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The 3 brushes I received were the all over eyeshadow brush, the crease brush, and the highlighting brush. While these are all intended for eyes, the all over brush and the crease brush work great for concealing under eyes or spot concealing with precision. The crease brush in particular is great for covering acne marks because it’s smaller. The highlighting brush has a nice sharp edge for getting up next to the eyebrows, but it also works great if you are into contouring and highlighting your nose because of the chiseled shape. All of their brushes are vegan and made in the U.S.A.



*Note: products gifted for consideration 

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