I’ve fallen for Jane Iredale mineral makeup…

And I think I’m in love. It was a quick courting period, I’m usually not that… well, easy.

Having been contacted by the lovely PR folk for Jane Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, I rather shamefully admitted that I had not yet tried mineral makeup. Cue gasps.

I’ve always wanted to, it just seemed a little daunting to step out of my snuggly comfort zone and try something new… it turns out I wish I had sooner!

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Yesterday afternoon I found myself down at Skin Resus in Floreat, having my mineral makeup done by the loveliest of all girls. I went from wearing no makeup and feeling a little self conscious (not even concealer!) to having a HEAP of people complimenting the makeup on how it looked when it was finished. Very happy!

The best thing about the Jane Iredale makeup (and mineral makeup in general) that I’ve discovered so far, is the number of different powder shades available. As someone who has skin that is incredibly hard to find a match for, this is pretty exciting for me.

I will share a bit more about my favourites at a later date, but will end on this note…

If you haven’t tried mineral makeup yet, DO YOURSELF A FAVOUR!

There’s a reason that everyone bangs on about it so much!

Have you tried mineral makeup yet? I would love to hear your thoughts on your favourite brands and experiences.

Be well,




  1. Kelly says:

    I haven’t tried this brand but I currently use YoungBlood and swear by it as my working day make-up.

    One of the many benefits I notice is that I no longer get pimples, I still cleanse every day and exfoliate 2-3 times a week but I’m less prone to breakouts compared to a liquid foundation.

    Some people say that your skin can get a little dry from using mineral powder, I have yet to notice this but I like to keep everything balanced and give my skin a break now and again by not wearing any foundation at all and opting for a tinted moisturiser.

    I think it’s all about moderation with everything, especially make-up and skin care. It might work for you for some periods but perhaps in other seasons (winter) it’s good to swap to a more hydrating foundation. I’d like to know more from an expert?

    Overall I would recommend the mineral powder by YoungBlood, the shade suits me and I have just bought a refill to keep me going for another couple of months.

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