To respond to this growing number, more and more cosmetics companies have produced their own lines of pure mineral cosmetics. Major companies have extended their product lines to accommodate natural mineral cosmetics, while minor mineral cosmetics companies specializing especially on minerals alone have sprouted as well. Because of the multitude of options in mineral cosmetics that you have been provided with, you may now feel the difficulty in choosing one that will best suit you.
Comparing Mineral Brands
In the same way, the job of comparing mineral cosmetics is just as mind boggling! How do you compare two brands that have more or less the same contents in it? Do you set it off as just a “brand popularity” thing? Well, maybe not. Despite all these difficulties in choosing, remember that going through the seemingly difficult stage of choosing is all worth it in the end. Once you have found the right natural mineral makeup match for your skin, you will surely not be without it!
Going back to comparison, it might be a good idea to compare mineral cosmetics in terms of quality, quantity and price. Besides, almost all women would want cheap mineral cosmetics, right? There are many cheap natural mineral make ups that are available as well. Here are some of the most well-known but affordable mineral makeup cosmetics that you can look into:
Bare Mineral Cosmetics
Bare Minerals by Bare Essentials is perhaps the most famous of all mineral cosmetics. They are the mineral makeup authority, and all mineral makeups usually start with this brand. Their popularity is quite proof enough of their quality of products. They are also very affordable with prices ranging from $18 to $30 only.
Youngblood Mineral Cosmetics
Youngblood cosmetics, founded by Pauline Youngblood, promises a premier and delicately-formulated makeup line that are available in three forms – loose powder, liquid mineral and pressed mineral foundation. Their formulations are relatively cheap, costing only about $35 on average.
Jane Iredale Mineral Cosmetics
Jane Iredale Cosmetics are being sold in many salons, medical clinics and spas all over the world. They are also known as “The Skin Care Makeup” and their products are recommended by dermatologists and plastic surgeons. Their state-of-the-art loose and pressed foundations are available in 18 shades and costs about $42 (loose type, $48 for pressed type).
Adrielyn Mineral Cosmetics
Adrielyn cosmetics also offer natural mineral makeups with no harmful ingredients. They offer over 12 different shades and kits as well.
The Bottom Line
The bottom line is that you can never really tell whether or not one particular brand is better over another without really trying them on yourself. This is costly, so the most you can do is choose the ones which you think provides great quality natural mineral cosmetic (that is within your budget), and hope that it really does what you expect it to. However, trust that all mineral makeups are all natural. Trust that you would never be on the wrong with it.