Start with a good foundation. Even if you must apply your current foundation or powder with all of its toxic chemicals, lay down a organic compound first..your skin will love you for it.
*Suki pure facial moisture in formula sited for your skin type. It contains ingredients such as jojoba, sunflower, grape seed, rice germ, evening primrose, rose hip seed & carrot seed oils*, 100% natural non-gmo vitamin e, organic apricot kernel oil, calendula, lavender, rose & carrot seed extracts*, aroma (pure premium steam distilled essential oil) *organic
This lays a good foundation available at Whole Foods Market
*Powder by ZuZu Luxe- they are totally out of this world,very soft blendable. Available at Whole Foods Market
*Foundations in your shade try Nvey- This is one of the only certified organic lines out there available at Macy's
*Blush by Dr Hauschka-in color appropriate for your skin
* Eye shadows try Zuzu for some fun-hip colors try Gabriel Cosmetics for some basics both available at Whole Foods
The rest is all about lips this season...lipstick and its ingredient's are the most important cosmetic product you place on your face since we end up eating most of it....Make it organic..
367 is a wonderful lip color for most shades except the very very fair and the very very dark.Go bold and pucker up by adding gloss in Amour Rose
Karim Orange is a nationally known natural cosmetics expert, celebrity make-up artist and two-time Emmy Award nominee whose work graces the faces of countless stars in television, music, movies and the theater. But Karim is a make-up activist as well -- and one of the most respected pioneers out there, leading the charge for more transparency in make-up ingredients and more choices for real women who want to look fantastic without fear of harmful chemicals and additives. By opening Organic Orange Studio, Karim is fulfilling both a professional goal and a lifelong calling: to educate and empower every woman to look like the star in her.