I just recently tried AromaLeigh mineral makeup and I love it.
Their Glissade formula, which is the one I tried, is pretty nice.
Mica (CI 77019), Zinc Oxide, Titanium dioxide (CI 77891), Silica (Silicon dioxide), dimethicone, cyclomethicone, methylparaben, ethylparaben, Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499)
While I tried several shades, I found that I match best with 1YL. They’ve got a great range of foundations, though I don’t think their range is as great as Meow Cosmetics.
However, after trying their eyeshadows and lip colors, I think that’s where AromaLeigh really shines. Their eye shadow color are amazing. They’re the best of any mineral makeup that I’ve tried. Their sample sizes are very generous, too. In their Rocks! Sonic eyes, many of the colors are blacklight reactive, and they’ve got great mattes and even more amazing shimmers.
Their lip colors are also great, too. They feel so good on the skin and have nice colors. Their lip balm is awesome, and have now taken over MAC’s lip conditioner as my favorite lip balm.
Of all of their product lines, I think I like the Gothlic Lolita collection the best. I love 3 of their 4 colors in thei Nourishing Color Creme on me (Wallflower, Lollypop and Melancholia). I’ve even used these colors on my cheeks as a blush and they look great. Of the rouge, I think the Rococo is a great shade on me. Of the eyeshadows, they’re all so great that they’re hard to choose between. However, I love Violet Ruffle, Wonderland, Elegant Reverie, Lush Memoir and Divine Intervention.
AL’s eye lustres and pure hues are great, too.
If you’re looking for a mineral makeup line that has great lippies and outstanding eye shadows, look no further than AromaLeigh. They’re my favorite mineral makeup company for eye shadows and lippies. Hopefully you’ll find this mineral makeup review useful and give AromaLeigh a try.
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