WHAT IT IS: A talc-free, crease-resistant eyeshadow made with natural mineral color pigments formulated for those with sensitive and/or allergy-prone eyes and skin. Because Lavera is at the top of the line in natural cosmetics, you’ll find that their eyeshadows deposit more color than Benecos eyeshadows, so you don’t need to use as much. All of Lavera’s eyeshadows have been dermatologically and ophthamologically tested, so they are ideal for people who wear contact lenses.
Lavera’s Shiny Taupe is a Must Have. This timeless shade is perfect for blending in the crease of your eyelid for adding definition, or even all by itself on your lids. Its classic and timeless look is always a good look, no matter your eye color or age.
WHAT IT DOES: Eyeshadows add depth and dimension to your eyes and using them can be a fun way to express your own unique beauty. Also, as you age, the eye area becomes less defined, so adding eye shadows are a great way to accentuate the positive! Lavera eyeshadows provide a safe and healthful way to achieve this, with their all-natural, talc-free formulas that glide on easily and have staying power.
KEY ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: •Lavera eyeshadows are made with organic oils such as argan, jojoba, coconut, olive and castor to help moisturize the delicate eye area, along with luxurious organic shea and cocoa butters. •Extracts of organic sea buckthorn, rose flower, linden, and mallow flower provide age-defying antioxidant protection while soothing and calming the skin. •Pigments come from all natural minerals.
WHY WE LOVE IT: We love how these eyeshadows are just as flattering and wearable as they are pure and good for your skin. All the colors are gorgeous with just the right amount of luminosity. When you watch someone’s entire face light up after simply applying eyeshadow, you know you’ve found a winner!
How To Use: Before applying shadow, smooth on your favorite eye primer (our favorite is Benecos Eyeshadow Primer). Using an eyeshadow brush, cover your lid in whatever shadow you choose as your base color. For your second shadow color, choose a darker shade than your base tone to add definition. Apply this in the crease of your eyelid, from corner to corner and then blend, blend, blend with either a brush or makeup sponge.