Beautiful Vegan Mineral Blush Refills
Mineral Blush adds color and a glowing finish to all shades of skin. Very little is needed in order to achieve results, every color goes on as innocent as nature intended.
Just Pure Minerals Blushes are made of pure crushed mica and mineral pigments. No synthetic dyes or fragrances, no animal by-products, parabens, itchy bismuth oxychloride, or other nasties you don't need or want on your face all day!
Autumn (NEW!) is a matte, warm shade. It's based on Apricot, but without any shimmer. (2nd photo)
Elle is a highly pigmented cool mauve pink with a matte finish (NEW!)
Pink Petal is a soft neutral pink shade with a light shimmer
Girly Pink is a sweet, natural pink shade with a warm undertone and light shimmer
Tulip is a bright rosy neutral pink shade with a light shimmer
Rose is a rich pink shade with cool lavender undertones and a light shimmer
Bloom is a bright deep pink shade, warm undertones, and a light shimmer
Merlot is a deep red shade with warm undertones with a light shimmer
Plum is a deep plum shade with cool pink undertones with a light shimmer
Peaches is a soft warm peach shade with a light shimmer
Apricot is a deep apricot shade with golden undertones with a light shimmer
Bella is a highly pigmented, somewhat shimmery, cool and complex shade. It contains no titanium dioxide that can make a blush look chalky on deeper complexions. Beautiful on lighter complexions, too, if you have a great brush that can apply near-microscopic amounts of blush evenly.
Bella Luce is another version of Bella, made for lighter complexions
Shy Berry is a rich raspberry-pink with cool undertones and a light shimmer
Autumn is a matte blush based on Apricot. (NEW! Shown on separate photo.)
7g in a zipped baggie.
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- How To Open a Sample Container Without Flinging Powder All Over The Place
- How to Make Your (supposedly) Tiny Sample Last a Surprisingly Long Time
Ingredients: Mica, titanium dioxide, iron oxides. Some shades may contain one or more of the following: manganese violet, ultramarine violet, chromium green oxide, and/or ultramarine blue.