Advanced Mineral Makeup was created by veteran TV and film makeup artist, Annie Mayo. I tried the Loose Mineral Foundation in Taylor (the lightest shade) and the Liquid Mineral Foundation in Creme Brulee.
The Loose Mineral Foundation contains no talc, starch, perfumes or bismuth oxychloride, so it didn’t irritate my skin or make me break out like some of the other mineral makeup brands do. It has an SPF 30, which is pretty impressive for a powder foundation that doesn’t look cakey or harsh. In fact, it looks quite natural. It comes in 3 colors: Taylor, Angelina and Eva. I’m definitely a “Taylor.”
The Liquid Mineral Foundation in Creme Brulee was too dark for me (“Cream Puff” would probably have been better), but I tried it anyway to see how it felt. It was a little heavier than I am used to, so even though it’s non-comedogenic (meaning it won’t make you break out), I would recommend the liquid for those with mature and/or dry skin. It also has a bit of shimmer to reflect light and give you a bit of a glow.
Powder AND liquid features:
- Non-comedogenic and oil-free allowing your skin to breathe.
- Anti-inflammatory and helpful with sensitive acne and rosacea-prone skin.
- Advanced minerals are 100% pigment.
- No perfume or FD & C dyes are used in our bases offering a minimum allergy risk.
- Weightless and fast coverage lasts all day and will not settle in fine lines and wrinkles.
- This makeup is antibacterial.
- Only the finest high quality ingredients are used.
Press samples have been provided for review. Opinions are the author’s own. Article may contain affiliate links.