|Press Samples. All opinions are my own.|
When I hear the words, "mineral cosmetics," my first association is usually, "messy." I avoided them for a long time because I didn't know how to use them, I didn't want to deal with the packaging. And, I was missing out. There is so much more to Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics!
One of my obsessions is eyeshadow palettes. Pressed *mineral* eyeshadows? Yes! And, they are fantastic. Buttery, soft, pigmented, and blendable. No mess. Very little kickup or fallout. I got to try the Youngblood Glamour Eyes Eyeshadow Quad, and I love the look I created!
Youngblood Cobalt Mascara, too. The blue really pops against a brown or coppery lid.
I'm really happy with how this look came together! It feels very fresh and pretty. Here's everything I used to complete this look:
Youngblood Cobalt mascara, I wanted to play with it and some color theory. Blue and orange are supposed to work well together - if you have blue eyes, orange tones should make them look even bluer. I paired the blue mascara with a warm copper shimmery shadow pencil, and I loved the combination!
Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics was developed by a medical aesthetician, to give those with damaged skin a natural makeup option. You can find more information on their full line of makeup on their website, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest.
Have you tried mineral cosmetics?