When applied with a kabuki brush, this foundation gives beautiful natural coverage. You can use it very lightly, or build to full coverage. When paired with a concealer, you can have full coverage of blemishes and other problem areas, AND a "naked skin" look.
Fairly Neutral is fair with neutral undertones
Lightly Neutral is light with neutral undertones
Medium Neutral is medium with neutral undertones
Tan Neutral is medium-deep with neutral undertones
Deeper Neutral is deeper with neutral undertones.
Alabaster is the fairest foundation with pink undertones
Cameo is a fair foundation with the lightest pink undertones
Sand is a light foundation with golden undertones
Olivia Fair is a very light foundation with olive undertones
Camel is a medium light foundation with golden undertones
Olivia Medium is a light foundation with olive undertones
Olivia Medium 2 is right between Olivia Medium and Deeper Olivia
Dawn is a medium light foundation with pinkish undertones
Honey is a medium foundation with golden undertones
TAWNY is a medium-deep foundation with golden undertones - New! (not pictured- it's between Honey and Amber, color-wise)
Sunset is a medium foundation with pink undertones
Deeper Olivia is a medium foundation with olive undertones
Caramel is medium tan foundation with neutral undertones
Amber is a deep golden tan foundation with strong golden undertones
Charmed (NEW!) is a deeper, rich golden tan
Olivia Tan is a medium-deep foundation with olive undertones
Sable is a deep foundation with cool undertones
Olivia Dusk is a deep foundation with Olive undertones
Olivia Gold (NEW!) is a deeper-than-Olivia-Dusk olive shade with a strong warm golden component
Handcrafted in small batches. No synthetic dyes or fragrances, no animal by-products, parabens, bismuth oxychloride, nano particles. Gluten-free.
Absolutely cruelty free, leaving you absolutely glowing with good health and good karma.
Ingredients: Mica, titanium dioxide, zinc oxide, iron oxides.
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