As we can read in Marie Claire Australia this month: “Natural is no longer enough; you need beauty products that are sustainable”. Our makeup is proudly listed in the 11 new ways to green your hair, skin, and makeup routine.
Replace your favourite chamomile eye palette shade with the single eyeshadow refills into the magnetic case! Detach finished pan from palette and place new shade in until it has joined the magnet. Gentle, long-lasing formula that can be used wet or dry, perfect for the most sensitive of eyes! Available in 24 shades:
We are so proud to be featured in the Beauty Guide by Studio Noodles! Highly talented illustrator Lisa Jane Dhar of Studio Noodles cares about waste reduction, war on plastic, digital separation and a yearning for a natural, simple, sustainable, responsible, organic and conscious living. Together with her team, she has searched for the best ethical natural brands. Check her beautiful selection and illustrations in the Illustrated Beauty Guide.
A cream highlighter to celebrate what’s best about you, now in limited edition packaging! Deliciously smooth formulation to use with our eco vegan brushes on cheekbones, eyelids, brow bones and lips. Star ingredient vanilla is calming and relaxing, perfect for stressed skin. Can be applied to a fresh clean face for a natural daytime look or over foundation. The final touch for a daytime look, or some extra glamour for the night. Special occasions love this highlighter – so do cameras. Available in 2 shades
Erin is an experienced and passionate Chiropractor, based in Sydney, Australia. In over 12 years of clinical practice, she has been driven by a passion for helping people realise their innate potential and get more out of life. Together with Floor Hendricks, she created Nourished Nederland, a one-stop online shop for natural health & beauty products for the people of Netherlands. ‘It would appear that in this fast-paced time not only are our lives becoming busier and more complicated, our bathroom cabinets and makeup bags are too! I have definitely been guilty of making my beauty routine way more complicated than it needs to be. Lured in by the beautiful design and packaging of a myriad of products that all claim to do something wonderful yet unique for my look. That is until l discovered the joy of multi-functional beauty products! I have since found that choosing products that fulfil multiple purposes have many benefits beyond simplifying my daily ritual.
To achieve healthy and smooth skin, it is essential to moisturise and hydrate. However, not many of us know that moisturising and hydrating, although often used interchangeably, are actually not the same thing. Hydration comes from within, it refers to the amount of water in the skin. The purpose of hydration is to build moisture from the deepest layers of the skin to keep it radiant, firm and healthy. The same as when we drink water, we do this to hydrate, not moisturise our bodies, right?
Kiarra Smith is a Style Coach who’s passionate about helping women discover their unique beauty. She teaches them the colours and styles to wear to enhance and bring out the beauty that’s already there. Read her tips here, and discover the colours you should wear for your makeup! “As an Image Consultant and Style Coach, I love to teach women the colours and styles of clothing that enhance their unique beauty while helping them see themselves as beautiful in the process. I believe all women are uniquely beautiful, and we should celebrate this through the way we dress. I help women every day both online and in-person to develop their own personal style and look and feel more confident, and one of the ways I do this is through colour. Have you ever wondered why certain colours make you glow, while others cause you to appear washed out and lifeless? Here’s why: depending on the colour of your hair, skin and eyes, certain colours will harmonise with your colouring, while others will clash.
Lilian Dikmans is an Australian model, actress and Muay Thai fighter at a professional level. She is also the founder of popular blog ‘Real Food Healthy Body’, launched in 2013, where she shares her tips for healthy food, fitness and beauty. “Most days, I want my skin to look fresh, clear, and like I’m not wearing any makeup. Of course this starts with good skincare. But if you want to give yourself a little boost, this quick natural makeup base is my everyday solution. When I want my face to look and feel super-natural, I leave out cream-based foundations. That’s what I’ve done here. The result is so light that you could wear it while working out if you wanted to. I’m a big believer that it’s important to use cosmetics that are also good for your skin. I think it’s worth the investment as it helps to ensure that your skin remains in good condition over time. I used Ere Perez cosmetics to get this look. The products are all natural and I find …
There are animal products in cosmetics. It’s a fact. Some are animal derived and others are animal by products. Some use ingredients animals were born to make (think milk, honey and beeswax), others use ingredients made from animals. It’s easy to tell animal made foods at the supermarket. It’s a lot harder to pick out animal made cosmetics. Are you vegetarian or vegan? Would you be shocked to learn many moisturisers, mascaras, eye shadows and blushers are made from animal products? Would you like to know exactly how to choose vegetarian and vegan friendly skincare, makeup and cosmetics?
As a loyal fan of Ere Perez you will of course be aware that we are a cruelty-free company. Finally, the cosmetics industry is seeing the importance of having cruelty-free products! 2018 will be the start for all non-cruelty-free products to be banned in Australia. Check out this article in biscuit magazine (issue 27) showcasing our beautiful cruelty free makeup. “The government in Australia has proposed changes that mean any new cosmetic products entering the Australian market must not be tested on animals and must not contain any ingredients that have been tested on animals.