After a slight hiatus in my blog for one reason or another, 2012 brings a new batch of organic make-up postings. Dr Hauschka Natural Mascara   I have always had problems finding a mascara I am happy with; too thick, too dry, debris and fallout and eye irritation are results that we have all faced […]

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My first ‘proper post’ was always going to be a difficult one, choosing which product to start with, so I decided to start at the beginning….

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  • yay another organic make up blogger! I found you on Inika’s Facebook page. I have lots of beauty reviews if you want to have a look :)
    I’m following you now and I look forward to your blog posts xxReplyCancel

  • Hi!
    I’ve been curious about organic primers for ages now! Am definitely going to buy this. I have reviewed the Inika foundation on my blog before – have you used it? Do you like it? I think base is such an important step to get right in natural skincare but also really interested to hear what you use on your clients at work!

    Thanks for a great blog.
    Sarah @BEskincarefulReplyCancel

  • […] adore Inika products. In fact they were the source of my first ever product post way back in 2011!! Established in 2006, Inika have built a fabulous range of products which are […]ReplyCancel

  • […] Illuminating Primer* (£40.50) or Inika’s Hydrating Pure Primer (£29.50) – this was the first product I ever wrote about; both contain Hyaluronic Acid which is highly hydrating so plumps the skin and diminishes the […]ReplyCancel

  • […] am a huge INIKA fan, choosing the organic Pure Primer as my very first product to write about for this blog. Look out for more INIKA product reviews in […]ReplyCancel

  • […] brighter and stronger than she was used to, but she ended up loving them!  Products Used: Face  Inika Pure Primer Nvey Eco Creme Deluxe Foundation in 871 (the concealer I used was sadly not a natural or organic […]ReplyCancel

Having worked as a Make-up Artist in many areas of the industry for over 14 years, I love every aspect of my work and the products and tools that I use. I have always had a passion for organic products and believe in the health benefits of chemical-free beauty. Working in the cosmetics trade is traditionally […]

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  • Hello,
    What foundation would you suggest is the best when considering flash photography?ReplyCancel

    • Hi, thanks for getting in touch. To be honest any product that doesn’t contain too much Titanium Dioxide or Mica. – these can both cause ‘flash back’. Sometimes an SPF can do the same too so its worth checking ingredients.
      Hope this helps
      Laura xReplyCancel