Dirty Hippie Foundation Powder - Sunkissed (20g)
- Vegan Loose Powder Foundation
- Ideal for Light to Medium Skin Tones
- Organic Ingredients
- Earn 44 Points
Dirty Hippie Cosmetics Loose Powder Foundation in Sunkissed for Light to Medium Skin Tones (20g).
This 100% natural vegan loose foundation powder is for light to medium skin tones and provides a light to medium coverage. It’s perfect for helping to even out skin tones and great for setting your BB cream or other foundations.
It has been made with certified organic ground Arrowroot and GMO-free Corn Starch powder and lightly tinted with Raw Cacao. The light weight formula is completed with light reflective Mica and toxin free cosmetic-grade clays, it contains zero titanium dioxides or filler/binding chemical irritants.
Like all of products from the Dirty Hippie collection the product is packaged with our planet in mind. The powder foundation is contained within a 100% recyclable aluminium tin with a screw top. Handmade in Australia.
Dirty Hippie Cosmetics is an amazing make up, skin care and body care brand focused on vegan, cruelty free, all natural products that are also zero waste. It's basically everything you could ever want! Although I'm not sure Danielle, Head Dirty Hippie, ever intended her brand to have cult status it really does. She is doing what many brands only dream of doing and she does it very well! We need more Danielle's in the world. We're delighted to stock Dirty Hippie at Flora & Fauna.
Set your make up in place with this weightless, mineral blend 100% free of unnecessary fillers, binders & toxins. With a clean brush dip into powder, tapping on edge of container to remove excess powder from bristles. Work the powder into the brush until powder is evenly distributed. Begin application in thin layers using a circular motion where the most coverage is desired, then lightly layer over the rest of the face, blending into hair line & neck. This product can be used over a liquid foundation, primers, powders any face moisturisers & all other cosmetics.
The tin can usually be recycled in kerbside recycling. Check with your local council if they will take it and what criteria they have for recycling it. See our recycling 101 blog post for more information. Ideally, it can be reused after being cleaned thoroughly.
Arrowroot Powder*, GMO-Free Corn Starch*, Mica, Raw Cacao Powder (Theobromine)*, Argiletz Clays. (Certified Organic*)