To makeup or not to makeup? It’s totally up to you! Our relationship to makeup is personal – it can change over time or stay consistent for decades. Some women prefer neutrals, while others experiment with vibrant colours. Our makeup routine can reflect how we are feeling, be used to change how we feel or be an outlet for creativity. You can love wearing makeup daily or only on special occasions – either way, we want you to LOVE your skin, how it feels and how it looks in the mirror. We celebrate skin with makeup on it, and skin without. We want you to feel great when you are all made up for an event, and when you are bare-faced and casually dressed. We love bright lipstick with old jeans, and cocktail dresses with barely-there makeup. In our world – anything goes. look #1: BEAUTY This could be for home only, a NYE party or heading off to yoga. It’s a guaranteed natural glow!
Stylish, vegan and eco, our environmentally conscious brushes and tools are just what you need! 6 different eco vegan brushes for all your needs: Made with quality materials that last: vegan bristles and a corn resin handle, with the exception of the kabuki brush, which is made of wood handle and vegan bristles. acute beauty – lip & conceal brush A brush with many uses! The softer, wide end is perfect for covering larger areas of the face with concealer. The smaller shaped end will reach corners, spots and edges of your skin, while also designed to outline your lips. Slim-lined to ﬁt between the ﬁngers, so versatile you could use this brush every day. Soft and smooth on skin.
You know what we’re about – makeup that lets your natural beauty shine! At Ere Perez we want YOU to be the focus, not the products. It’s all about enhancing what you already have, rather than covering over. That’s why our range is full of classic, natural makeup that will highlight all that is unique and beautiful about you. We have just launched our brilliant cacao lip colours. We’re so excited! Your lips will love them. Here’s a look that’s a little bit skin prep & a little bit makeup. The best way to start your day…
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 …
Okay this is really exciting! Named after one of the most romantic cities in the world, ROMA has just joined our collection of pressed rice powders. It’s a bronzer, it’s a blush, it’s a duo of 2 universal natural colours that suits all skin tones. So versatile this product is a wonder! Introducing rice powder blush & bronzer – roma , your multitasking new best friend that adds colour, evens your complexion, lifts your look, contours and allows skin to breathe. Previously ‘my blush’, the new & improved formula has revamped one of your favourites for a fresh start to the year.
Did you know that we are a full and complete makeup range? You can now find your favourite products, essentials, must-haves and little extras at Ere Perez. What began as a single cult favourite, our much-loved almond oil mascara, has expanded into an Aussie staple that includes over 90 products. We do face, eyes, lips, basics, colours, beauty tools, packs, and have just launched our very own must-try face nectar.
Sarina Zoe is a journalist, qualified yoga teacher, and she is the founder & editor of the blog PRAVAYAMA, The Modern Yoga Lifestyle. “For 11 years I have been helping people look and feel their best. I’m not a cosmetic surgeon, I’m not a self-help guru, but a makeup artist fascinated by the power of light and shade, contour and colour. Alongside eight years of dedicated yoga practice, I have come to view beauty from a myriad of literal and spiritual perspectives.
Our best effort yet: cream concealer that covers over dark circles and blemishes. Covers up spots and calms skin down. Blends easily, over or under makeup.
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.