Black Friday and Cyber Monday Sales

Where: The Detox Market
Deals with codes: $10 off $100, code: THANKS10
$30 off $200, code: THANKS30
$60 off $300 + gift w/ purchase, code: THANKS60
When: Now until Friday, November 28, 11:59pm PST
My picks: Some old favorites include Lina Hanson Global Body Serum ($63) for its vanilla-citrusy scent that made my limbs super soft; Hurraw! lip balm ($4.99) for its fun oval-y shape, dependable texture (no funky melting), and solid performance; Ilia Beauty’s lipgloss in The Butterfly and I ($24), which I think has a beautiful non-sticky, oily, moisturizing texture in a my-lips-but-better shade; Alima Pure Satin Matte Foundation ($25) because I always notice an improvement in my skin’s texture when I use this buildable mineral foundation; and Kjaer Weis cream blush in Sun Touched ($54) which gives me a healthy flush and makes my acne-scarred cheeks look even better.

Some newer favorites include Josh Rosebrook’s Active Enzyme Exfoliator ($60) which I love using as a 45-min mask and leaves my skin feeling uber soft afterwards; Odacité’s Pa+G Pure Elements serum ($37) which lightens my post-acne marks record-time fast; One Love Organics Healthy Locks Dry Shampoo ($12) which smells so lovely (geranium) and gives my oily, second-day hair a texturized and non-greasy finish; Kjaer Weis highlighter in Radiance ($56) which is absolutely gorgeous if you’re looking for a more obvious highlighter; and LURK’s PRJV1 perfume ($55) because I am a sucker for a spicy jasmine scent.
Where: Integrity Botanicals
Deals with codes: 20% off orders over $100, code: BLACK20
15% off orders under $100, code: BLACK15
When: Now until Monday, December 1, 11:59pm PST
My picks: The absolutely luxurious and gorgeous Fair Verona by Strange Invisible Perfumes, a sultry jasmine plus mimosas; Schmidt’s Deodorant whose texture I’m not so fond of (can be a bit dry and flaky sometimes), but it performs reliably and makes my sweaty clothing smell good; Konjac Sponge Co’s French Pink Clay sponge because sometimes it is just nice to gentle scrub off cleanser with this little guy (also very low maintenance to take care of it); ED4OLO Cleansing Oil–I have repurchased it probably over 5 times and I’m still not tired of it–it smells like pineapples, takes off all of my makeup, and washes off with water; and Kahina Giving Beauty’s Night Cream which is fantastically moisturizing yet light–and I don’t mean moisturizing lightly–since I got back into cream moisturizers after falling in love with oils, I found many creams left my skin feeling tight but this one not so much.
Where: BeauTeaBar
Deal: 15% off orders over $50 + free shipping + custom-made Rose and Cardamom candle (some brands excluded)
When: Friday, November 28, 9am-11:59pm EST
My picks: I confess that I have not shopped many of the brands carried at BeauTeaBar before, so this is half products I’ve tried and loved before, half a wishlist. I have heard beautiful things about Kypris, and at #ANFGB Marissa sung praises for the Moonlight Catalyst ($70), an overnight exfoliating serum with pumpkin (yum!). While Ilia Beauty has been the reigning queen of green lippies, Nudus seems to be the new cool kid on the block–I’ve got a soft spot for Precious ($32), which seems to be a bright pink. I really enjoyed the sample I ordered of Province Apothecary’s exfoliator ($38), which is super, super gentle and effective, with lavender and green tea. I really want to gift my mother the Cake Anti-Aging Hair Serum by Reverie ($72) –kind of dying over the ingredients list (rose, rosemary, bourbon vanilla, apple stem cells!!!).

Where: Meow Meow Tweet
When: Now – Sunday, November 30 at 11:59pm EST
My picks: The Deodorant Cream ($13) which is a particular favorite of mine because it has a soft texture throughout any season and keeps a typically very smelly me very smelly-free. This one includes baking soda, so if you are sensitive, be wary (and check out the new baking-soda version which sadly does not work for me), otherwise, no worries.

Where: Olie Biologique
Deal: 30% off Site-Wide
When: Now – Monday December 1 at 11:59pm EST
Code: THANKS30
My picks: “Considering the price, I am incredibly happy with the whisker oil. Not only did it convince me the usefulness of a pre-shave oil, it worked fantastically as a post shave oil leaving my skin feel hydrated without feeling oily. On top of that, the smell is exactly what I am looking for: piney without being overwhelming and with a slight hint of whiskey.” – the man on the Whisker Oil ($48) (Ed. note: It does smell fantastic. I want to steal it.)

Where: W3ll People
Deal: 20% off Site-Wide
When: Monday, December 1, 12am-11pm CST (Friday, November 28 10am-6pm if you can make it in person to their studio in Austin!)
Code: (none needed)
My picks: Since I’m a sweaty, blemish-y gal, my skin and I love my Altruist Satin Mineral Foundation ($31.50) + the ultra-soft Kabuki Brush ($41), which can also used with their Bio Bronzer, which I also have a soft spot for (see the full look here). With the minerals, I can achieve a glowy, dewy finish with no blemish marks peeking through. Also notable are the Nudist Colorbalm Sticks ($19.50) which are like chic, minty tinted lip balms–I love 2 (the Violet) and 8 (the Poppy).

Where: Organic Bath Co.
Deal:  20% off entire purchase
When: Now until Monday, December 1, 12:00am EST
My picks: I am partial to their body scrubs, Java Jolt in particular, which now come in travel size for $10 vs. $27 for full size. It’s made with certified organic fair trade sugar and coffee as well as lovely moisturizing oils that altogether give my limbs a good scrub and leave me feeling very soft and moisturized after a shower.

Where: Cap Beauty
Deal: 10% off any order
When: Now until Monday, December 1, 11:59pm EST
My picks: This is another half wishlist, half products I’ve already loved collection. I have loved-loved-loved the de Mamiel cleansing balm (full review here, $86) and I have a new one waiting for me once I finish my current makeup removers. It’s a floral cleansing balm that is just luscious, beautiful, delicious, luxurious, and packed full of probiotics and manuka honey. I’ve also loved Tata Harper’s Resurfacing Mask–I always request this as my sample-with-order from Spirit Beauty Lounge and I finished an entire pot of the Wild Plum limited edition version. It’s a lovely exfoliating mask that keeps my face clear and happy of blemishes caused by dead skin buildup. Now on the wishlist side–I have been lusting after In Fiore for a couple months now. The cleansing routine sounds absolutely luxe (maybe a bit over the top), but I love the sound of the Lustra Exfoliating Floral Compound ($76), which is meant to be an exfoliating treatment balm packed full of flowers. I’m usually a sucker for complex blends, but Tara from Shop Follain highly recommended the Indie Lee Squalane Facial Oil ($32) as a great no-frill oil with a host of benefits, so I’m curious. And lastly, I’m so curious about Four Sigma Foods’ Instant Reishi–I love Chinese tea, so I know I can take the bitter, and I’m always looking to de-stress. Lola from Hermes Hippie said this instantly calmed her down, so I’m listening.

Where: Pratima Skincare
Deal: Free UPS Ground shipping on all orders over $50
When: Friday, November 28 12:01am – Saturday, November 29 11:59pm EST
My picks: The fantastically light yet protective Neem Rose Face Sunscreen SPF 30, of course, recently reviewed here.

Where: Osmia Organics
Deal: 15% off orders + free US shipping (OO Necklaces not included)
When: Monday, December 1 only
My picks: Osmia Organics’ body oils changed how I apply body oils for forever–now I only lightly towel off so I can use the remaining moisture to mix with my body oil as sort of a custom lotion. My two favorite scents are Flower and Sunset (both reviewed here): basically the perfect floral and then a sultrier vanilla. I’ve ordered repeat mini perfume samples of Bria, which I don’t exactly remember the smell of, but again, repeat samples. The Spot Treatment  (reviewed here) was never an overnight miracle for me, but the two bottles I went through helped my spots heal faster than if they were alone. The Active Gel Toner is a new favorite–I’ve noticed that my skin feels much more hydrated during the day even though it’s the winter–and this was something I struggled with nearly all winter. Osmia’s soaps are basically works of art and I loved my Zucca Spice down to the very last bit–it cleansed me without leaving any stereotypically dry feelings. And as for the Black Clay Facial Soap–“The black clay soap lasts forever, has a neutral smell, looks badass, and does not leave my face dry” – from the man.

Where: One Love Organics
Deal: 25% entire purchase
When: Sunday, November 30 8pm EST – Monday, December 1 midnight EST
Code: MERRY25
My picks: Of course, as mentioned above, the ED4OLO Cleansing Oil, but this new Tropical Getaway Gift Set ($129) seems like a good ‘un to snatch up for the holidays as a gift for someone else (or yourself). Love the body oil (reviewed here) and I loved my little sample of the Vitamin C Body Polish I picked up at #ANFGB and then sadly left on the other side of the country (one more month until I’ll be back to pick it up!) #LoveSmellsLikePineapples

Where: EcoDivaBeauty
Deals: Spend $200 and receive a $20 gift card
Spend $300 and receive a surprise limited edition gift (over $50 value)
Spend $500 and receive a $75 gift card
When: Now through Sunday, November 30, 11:59pm PST
My picks: Dr. Alkaitis Soothing Gel is another product I always request as a sample from Spirit Beauty Lounge–this is what I go to whenever I make a mess of a blemish or am particularly afraid of ingrown hairs. It helps a broken blemish heal a bit faster and I never have ingrown hairs after using this. I loved sitting around 45 minutes in my May Lindstrom Problem Solver while this thick, jet-black mask sucked out nasties. Yarok shampoo is definitely pricier than my go-to Acure shampoo, but it is chocked full of really gorgeous ingredients and leaves my hair soft and wonderful.

Where: YÜLI Skincare
Deal: 8% off entire order over $75 (orders over 200 will receive a code for 10% off on the next order).
Also, Halcyon Cleanser will be available in a travel sized variant.
When: Now until Monday, December 1 EST
My picks: Now is a better time than ever to pick up Halcyon Cleanser in a travel size ($24)–my favorite gel cleanser that is gentle yet effective enough to massage out surface whiteheads (full review here). Another super favorite is the Cocoon Elixir ($68), which I have repurchased at least twice for how well it soothes any redness (full review here). Another two-time repurchase is Cell Perfecto PM ($98), whose review should be up before the end of the year because it seriously changed and healed my skin. A newer favorite is Liquid Courage ($125), which I’ve come to love even more than M.E. Skin Fuel for how clear it kept my skin before the weather turned cold. And lastly of course, the Pure mask ($65) which is a clay mask with matcha green tea, fruit enzymes, and rice powder, all in all forming a mask that detoxifies, heals, and doesn’t dry me out after a use.

Anything catch your eye? You shopping this weekend?

Disclaimer: Affiliate links are included. Images have come from their respective sites either in their original form or have been edited by me. I will update this post as more deals are revealed. All thoughts and opinions are my own (and the man’s).


My Signature Summer Look Tag

The gorgeous Pemberley Jones tagged me to do Beautycalypse’s Signature Summer Look Tag (check out their beautiful eye looks!)–the rules are as follows:

  1. Link back to this post so I can include you + and title your post as I have.
  2. Only use make-up products that you own for 6 months minimum. No exceptions! And have a lot of fun creating, as though you were introducing your own collection.
  3. Please tag other 5 to 10 green beauty bloggers, making sure they notice 😉
  4. And the best part: if you’re not a green beauty blogger but like to join the fun, just do it following the rules 1-3!

Before proceeding, I must confess. I have not only used make-up products that I’ve owned for 6 months minimum. This is for several reasons.

  1. I only keep mascaras for 3 months top because I am not a fan of bacteria growing in mascara tubes.
  2. I’ve tossed several products that expired recently and replaced them.
  3. I fell in love with the bronzy look Shirley Pinkson gave me at W3ll People’s Beauty Cirque launch (read more about that here) and have been recreating it almost every day since with my own collection (plus several that I purchased at the event).

Onto the look:

1. I start off with a cleansed and moisturized (and depending on the day, sunscreened) face.

2. I even out my complexion with a tapping of W3ll People Altruist Mineral Foundation in 15 + W3ll People Kabuki Brush + confident downward strokes. I usually go for 1-2 layers of the mineral foundation depending on how much coverage I want–one for when I’m feeling pretty good about my skin or #YOLO about blemishes that peek through, two for when I have a little more blemishes or redness and want a fuller coverage. Here I opted for a lighter coverage.

Despite the hassle of loose powder and brushes, mineral foundation provides me with the best coverage with the lightest feel and the least fear of breakouts. When I sweat (which is a lot in the summer), I feel like my foundation looks even better as the minerals mix with my skin oils.

3. I bronze and blush up my face with a tapping of W3ll People Bio Bronzer + W3ll People Kabuki Brush held like a “kabuki taco” (Shirley, you genius) + brushing from ears to cheek apples along cheek bones + dusting on temples. I am pretty pasty and don’t have much intention of tanning. Bronzer is a nice way for me to add more dimension into my face.
That’s the complexion sans concealer done. The foundation nicely evens out my skintone, and the bronzer adds warmth to my skin without bringing back my ruddy cheeks.


4. I curl my eyelashes with my Shiseido eyelash curler to prep for mascara.

5. I apply W3ll People Expressionist Mascara by wiggling the wand at the roots and twirling through the rest of my lashes. My mascara’d lashes usually wilt back to their straight state within a minute after application, so I usually wait 5-15 minutes before re-curling them with my eyelash curler.

6. I conceal with W3ll People Narcissist 3 by warming the stick with my finger + tapping to blend + on the dark outlines of my undereyes + on my eyelids as a primer/conceal redness. I’m not in love with how this looks when I use it all over my face, but it is gold for these sorts of non-blemish spot concealing.

7. I turn myself into a cat with Benecos Natural Eyeliner in Black. Meow.

8. I illuminate my inner corners with Kjaer Weis Highlighter in Radiance which is amazingly and beautifully radiant. Quickly comparing it to rms beauty living luminizer and La Bella Figura Highlighter in Brazilian Denise–this is the most obviously sparkly of these highlighters. I can use less product for more shine, and yet it does not look artificial or tacky at all. I also sometimes take it on the bridge of my nose, under my eyebrows, and on the tops of my cheekbones, but I love it best for my eyes.

9. Even though Altruist is a mineral foundation, I find it gives me a pretty dewy look, so I powder up my T-zone with rms ‘un’ powder because I am a sweaty beast.

10. Every other day when I don’t wash my hair, I tap One Love Organic’s Healthy Locks dry shampoo into my roots, massage it in, wait 5-10 min, and then brush it out. This is probably my favorite product from OLO’s summer collection (get it before September 15th!)–I find it absorbs my grease to the point where I look acceptable in public and it lightly perfumes my hair.

tl;dr And that’s the finished look. A bit bronzey, a bit catty, and very simple. A summary of products used:

I’m tagging:

And anyone else who would like to do the tag. What has been your signature summer look? Let me know in the comments!

Disclaimer: I purchased all of the makeup used in this post. I have not retouched any of the pictures except for the flat lay in order to give a true representation of color. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Affiliate links are included in this post.


Shirley Pinkson Did My Makeup

Last Saturday, W3ll People celebrated their Los Angeles launch at Beauty Cirque with good company, facials, makeovers, juice, and BBQ. While my mum and I missed the BBQ to catch the bus home, I couldn’t miss getting made over by Shirley Pinkson, the makeup genius of W3ll People. I came in with a naked face (face oil + Pratima sunscreen) and a bit of winged eyeliner.

My skin was first prepped courtesy of SkinOwl, a brand I know Katie (The Green Product Junkie) loves. While this was my first SkinOwl experience, I was tempted by their seasonal candles last year which are coming back this fall (black currant! Come to me!).

Heather recommended the Argan Infusion Lavender face oil for my oily/combo skin. The benefits, she told me, include controlling/preventing breakouts as well as fading scars. The oil felt really nice as she massaged a couple drops into my skin and neck (shockingly over the sunscreen–once I put on sunscreen, I can’t add anymore skincare on top without feeling like my pores are getting clogged–but she said it was fine. And then she massaged my face more; so I didn’t mind too much). I’m not the biggest fan of lavender, even though I know it has great healing and anti-inflammatory properties, so I appreciated the scent not being so overwhelmingly lavender-y.

The cooling eye gel/cream, eye+, is soooo cooling–and it’s specially formulated to be that way. While Heather gently dabbed it around my eyes, the founder Annie, watching, literally said she could see my eye tightening and sinking in (rad!).

Heather then gave a ballin’ hand/arm massage with the body oil while Shirley was busy giving another makeover, and I literally felt my brain knots become undone (I then asked if they have a spa because she’s awesome and I would totally go–answer: no, but they do this sort of thing at the different events they go to). While the body oil contains the legendarily stinky neem oil, it actually smells quite pleasant, and my arms felt so relaxed and moisturized. She said this even keeps her hands moisturized throughout hand washes during the day.

(Mid-way through foundation application. Shirley probably just said, “Your skin loves mineral foundation” and I’m grinning incredulously/delightfully. The babe in the back with the awesome cheekbones is Annie, the founder of SkinOwl

Before applying makeup, Shirley first gently removed my eyeliner with a tissue + SkinOwl facial oil (both her and Annie’s idea to use the oil since there was no official makeup remover nearby–geniuses).

For my oily/combo skin, Shirley recommended the Altruist mineral foundation for all-over coverage and the Narcissist foundation/concealer stick for concealing. For me, she said, “Use oils in your skincare, but not in your makeup.” I love cream formulas–I love the feel of them, I love they way they melt into my skin, but it’s like she read my skin soul–my skin just doesn’t jive with them the same way it does with mineral formulas (tear. I’m totally still eventually trying Gressa Skin’s new serum foundations).

I had ordered samples of the mineral foundation from W3ll People and Integrity Botanicals before and had matched my skin as a 15, so when she picked 15 for me as well, I gave myself an A+ for guessing what Shirley guessed and Shirley an A+ for guessing what I guessed.

Since there was a lot of mineral foundation already built-up in the pot, she dipped a corner of her kabuki into the powder, swirled the brush in the lid, tapped the excess off, and then used confident downward strokes all over my face to even my complexion (literally what the instructions say for the foundation and literally what she did. A+++++). Totally zen’ed out, I mustered a “This brush is so soft.”

I gave myself and Shirley another A+ as she picked out Narcissist 3 for concealing, which I own. She scraped a little off the stick onto a little artist palette and applied it using a small concealer-ish brush, first concentrating on the inner corners of my eyes and edges of my undereyes, then spreading it over the rosey area between my eyebrows. She also applied some to my eyelids, noting that Narcissist is essential as an eye primer.

(Interesting to note that she did this after the mineral foundation–I had always felt like cream had to go under mineral or at least I had to melt minerals with a facial mist before layering a cream on top. Natural rebel!)

(“Do you like the coverage?” “Yes!”) 

“I can tell you’re an eyes person. I’m going to use our bronzer, in fact, I’m even going to use it as your blush.”
“Oh good, I don’t know how to bronze myself.” (Thinking: Why does it look so much easier on YouTube and on Lilly from Genuine Glow?)
“Hold your kabuki like a taco and sweep it over the cheeks, then over the temples to the cheeks like a ‘C’.” (Kabuki taco!! Never forgetting this)

Her reasoning was that you don’t want to deposit all of the color in the front, rather you want to first apply it by your ears, and then blend it towards the front. With what she had left on the kabuki, she dashed a bit down my nose and my chin. She then took a smaller brush and blended a little bronzer on my eyelids for a simple eye look, multi-tasking ftw.

(Note: while the Hedonist Bronzer used to have multiple shades, the new Bio Bronzer seems to come in one shade, which may be good or bad news depending on your skin tone.)

(All bronzed up. Heather, the one with pretty long hair and who is amazing at massages, is laughing in the background)


“I probably don’t need to tell you how to do your eyeliner.”
*hearts in eyes. “But but. I would of course love to hear how you do it.”
“I do it pretty much like how you do it. You do a good job!” *now there are rainbows shooting from my closed eyes

Shirley first wiggled the Hypnotist Eyeliner in between my eyelashes, keeping it much closer to my eyelashes than I usually do (because of my monolid, I usually go all out). She then carefully winged the liner out, following the curve of the bottom outline of my eye (this I do).


Another departure from my daily eye, Shirley then layered their navy eyeshadow (I’m guessing Elitist Mineral Shadow in Midnight Twinkle?) over the liner to give a slight color pop, and I assume, to also set the liner. While I had my eyes closed in bliss, my mom and the people standing around me gave the thumbs-up on this.

“Have you used our mascara?”
“Yes!” (also own this)
“It’s life-changing! Apply this by wiggling and twirling the mascara through your lashes.”

I can’t for the life of me remember if she applied the Realist X setting powder or highlighter first, but I’m guessing the setting powder came first.
“Set with Realist X to control shine and set eyeliner. If you feel dry, just use it on your T-zone, like I’m doing now. Use a small brush to pat it on your eyelids and your eye makeup will stay all day.”
She then applied the newly dubbed Bio Brightner (previously Universalist in Moonstone Glow) on the inner corners of my eyes, the center part of my nose between my eyes, and on my cupid’s bow.
(The final look. I was probably listening in awe to Shirley.)

She finished with just a tiny dab of a Universalist on the apples of my cheeks, and a mix of a Nudist with their recently released Bio Extreme Lipgloss (sadly don’t remember/didn’t have time to ask which shades). The formula of the lipgloss is pretty thick, but very moisturizing.

It was such a pleasure to have my makeup done by Shirley. I’m a total noob at getting my makeup done by other people, and Shirley made it fun (telling me to look at this one hand or down at my knee while applying this or that–things you don’t hear when models get their makeup done on Youtube. It was like a game to me!) and informational. Since I wear a pretty similar look day-to-day, I love seeing how other people would paint my face, and I loved the very natural look Shirley conjured up for me.


While I hadn’t planned on purchasing anything for myself from W3ll People since I do already have and love several products from their line, I had to get that insanely soft kabuki brush. And have another stab at bronzer. And compare their mineral foundation to Alima Pure’s, a long-time favorite. On Shirley’s recommendation, I got the Mineral Complexion Natural Lover Kit in medium neutral which was a deal made even sweeter by the 20% promotion they were running, which includes the Altruist mineral foundation in 15, the Bio Bronzer, and the Kabuki Brush.

If you’re ever in Santa Monica, I definitely recommend checking out the wall of W3ll People at Beauty Cirque as well as their other #greenbeauty offerings including One Love Organics and Sheswai. If you’re not in Santa Monica, Beauty Cirque is also online.

Disclaimer: No compensation was involved. Affilate links are included. I’ve tried to remember Heather’s, Annie’s, and Shirley’s words as closest as I can but am human, so some quotes may be slightly paraphrased. All other thoughts and opinions are mine. My lovely mum helped take pictures on my iPhone. The only pictures I edited (and only for brightness) were the ones of skin prep because they were too dark. All other photos have only been cropped.


Concealer Comparison: Vapour vs. W3ll People

One of the best things of having a younger sister is using her as a guinea pig. Just kidding. I have loved getting the rest of my family into green beauty, and as my sister is cruising through puberty, her main makeup is a touch of concealer for those pubertyful breakouts and some kickass cat-eyes. I gave her Vapour Organic Beauty Illusionist Concealer in 33 for Christmas last year and then W3ll People Narcissist Stick Foundation in 5 after her second tube of Vapour ran out for the summer. And then because there is no such thing as a free lunch (one of my father’s favorite sayings), I then interrogated her about her experience, and she graciously obliged me. Read on to hear her thoughts.

So, compare the concealers.
Well there’s more in the [W3ll People] container and the circle thing is bigger. [Ed. note: She’s talking about surface area of the applicator.] Like the Vapour one is tiny. It’s a lot easier [with a bigger surface area] because sometimes I just use the stick if I’m lazy, and if my forehead is having a huge breakout, I just use it straight from the stick on my forehead.

How about blending?
I think the W3ll People one is easier to blend.

Under-eyes and blemishes?
I usually don’t apply concealer under the eye. I think they’re both good for acne. Neither look dry on top of acne. But keep in mind I barely remember the Vapour concealer. They covered up well. Maybe the W3ll People covered up better.

Did you notice any extra breakouts with any of them?

Did any scents bother you?
What, cents? Like penny cents? Oh, scents! No, it’s not like they smell like anything in particular. [W3ll People] smells like an F#. F# smells sweeter. And then the Vapour one smells like a Db. Will they get that? (laughs) [Ed. Note: She is a musician like me.] The W3ll People smells like regular flour, and the Vapour one smells like wheat flour. They’re fine.

Do they usually last on your face?
Yeah, both of them. Unless I’m sweating profusely.

How’s the finish? Matte or shiny?
A little in between.

Do you prefer any which one?
The W3ll People one. Because it has a bigger surface area and it’s easier to blend.

Ed. Note: I’ve applied both concealer/foundations to her skin, and the colors are an exact match to each other and to her medium skin tone. Both have a similar effect under the eyes, but Vapour tended to look drier on her forehead breakouts. They both have a natural finish and similar coverage, but W3ll is a little more matte. I also prefer the larger surface area of W3ll People, and I don’t know why she’s talking about flour as scents–I’m getting more citrus and fresh. They smell very similar and both have fabulous ingredients.

Have you tried these concealers? What is your preference?

W3ll People Narcissist Stick Foundation Ingredients
Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide, Iron Oxides, Ultramarine Blue, Mica, Kaolin Clay, Serecite, Silica, Organic Aloe Barbadenis (Aloe)*, Matricaria recutita (Chamomile)**, Camellia Sinensis (Green Tea)*
*USDA Organic, **QAI

Vapour Organic Beauty Illusionist Concealer Ingredients
Organic/Bio Helianthus Annuus (Sunflower) Oil, Organic/Bio Cera Alba (Beeswax), Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Silica, Essential Oils & Natural Fruit Essences, Tocopherol (Natural Vitamin E), Boswellia Serrata (Frankincense)*, Organic/Bio Ocimum Sanctum (Tulsi/Holy Basil), Organic/Bio Nelumbo Nucifera (Lotus Flowers) [+/-: Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, 77492, 77499), Mica (CI 77019)]