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Inika Organic Make Up First Impressions | Face Products

Wednesday, 31 May 2017

The third and final post about the organic make up brand Inika, is all about my first impressions on some of their face products. In case you didn't already know, Inika is an Australian owned 100% natural and certified organic make up brand. They're also a cruelty free brand and all of their products are vegan friendly. 

Certified Organic Makeup Remover - £19

I'd just like to start off by saying how amazing the packaging is! The matte black and gold lettering is a graphic designers dream. Anyway, as you can probably tell, these face products are not cheap and they are definitely higher end.  £19 for a make up remover is a lot of money and the bottle's fairly small (70ml). Therefore I've been using this as a eye make up remover rather than all over, as I'll just use it up too quickly otherwise. It works a dream though and gets rid of even waterproof mascara. 

Certified Organic BB Cream - £27.50

I was sent the shade 'cream' which luckily suits my skin tone. It has yellow undertones so it's great if you're like me and are quite pale, but struggle finding something on the warmer side. I'm not usually a BB cream fan but I have to say that I really like this. It works great with the mineral foundation if you want a fuller coverage. Even on it's own it does have fairly good coverage and looks very natural. 

Baked Mineral Foundation - £29.50

Again I was really lucky to have been sent a shade that actually matches my skin colour! This is in the shade Strength and like I said before, it goes great with the BB cream. I'm not sure I'd want to wear it on it's own, but it does have a great build-able coverage. 

Mineral Mattifying Powder - £21

Everyone love a good loose powder and this product definitely fits the bill! It's great for setting the concealer under my eyes and overall it has a very lightweight feel to it.

Mineral Blush Loose Powder - £21

I was sent the shade Red Apple which can be seen below. It's VERY pigmented and a little goes a long way (I found out the hard way). It blends beautifully into the skin and if you get it right, it can look very natural and pretty. 

Swatches in the order above. 

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