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Ivory Complexions

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Ivory Complexions

Step 1: Choose your base shade

Matte and Semi-matte bases

sunkissed_fair_1_11C- Rosy Ivory (Formerly Sunkissed Fair)- Light skin with rosy undertones

linen_101N- Ivory (Formerly Linen)- Light skin with neutral undertones (Stephanie's match)

light_neutral_1_11W- Golden Ivory (Formerly Light Olive)- Light skin with golden undertones

Jojoba Base

alabaster21C- Alabaster

cream1N- Cream

shell_blanc1W- Shell Blanc

Concealer Shades

cc_swatches_watercolor_vanilla_1_1Cream Concealer Stick- Vanilla

golden_2Mineral Concealer-  Golden Fair

 

Need help finding your undertone or think you may be in between shades?

Step 2: Swirl Flat Top Brush in chosen base shade, use lid to press and infuse minerals into the base of the brush, then apply to skin in circular motions, repeating this process until you reach your desired level of coverage.

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Step 3: Apply Wet Sand Lucent Powder all over lid and under brow bone to highlight with Eye Kabuki Brush.

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Step 4: Apply My Place Matte eyeshadow (Coming soon) into crease and blend with Dome Blending Eye Brush.

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Step 5: Apply Wild Flower Heaven Cheek Color on top of cheekbone with Dome Blush Brush, two-finger's width away from the nose and blend back into hairline.

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Step 5: Apply Sweet Secret Tinted Lip Butter to complete the look.

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14 thoughts on “Ivory Complexions”

  • Jenni

    HI! Hard time choosing right color for me... This girl reminds most my skin color, scandinavian pale, little bit reddish. What colors you recommend and what to avoid? Some of my sample kit colors looks too yellow. For hint, my Joe Blasco color is special lite olive 1/2. In your range, what is closest to that? Thanks, I'm coming to be big fun of EM :)

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    • em

      Hi jenni! I would stay away from the Golden(G) category. The Rosy category will have the most pink in it, sunkissed fair would be a good color for you. If you want something that matches your Joe Blasco color most closely, I would choose a shade from the Neutral(N) category, such as Linen (1N) :)

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      • Jenni

        Thank you EM, Do you have a complete list of shade codes? What means code 1R? Rosy and nr 1, like 0 is fairest? Your undertone page is really good, but could you add info about these codes?

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  • June

    Love your shades! Please, please bring back intensive formula, though. Nothing else works as well.

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  • Janet

    Hi, I just found this site today, placed order for free samples,now after checking faces out lol I may have messed up with choices,hope not lol

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  • Katie

    Hello, I wanted to recreate this look but you no longer carry the Wild Flower Heaven Cheek Color. What blush color is most similar to Wild Flower Heaven Cheek Color?
    Thanks,

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    • em

      Hi Katie! Fresh Rose Blossom is almost identical. Field of Roses would be really close as well, just a tab brighter :)

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  • Joanna

    Hi, I have always worn Sandy Fair and in a pinch, the Sunkissed Fair. You don't have samples of 1C in any formula (semi-matte would be the only one I could use. I loved Original Glo). How do I know what color to order now that Sandy Fair is gone, without samples in the closest colors being available? :( Thanks for your help.

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  • jan

    Received fee sample but it is too dark for me. It was light medium. What shade should I try for older woman with grey hair? I know I a need cool colors but not sure with your product what they would be. Can you advise me what shades I should try and what all I would need to look nice and not over done

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    • em

      Hello Jan,

      I would suggest you try 2N Light (Neutral) or 2C Rosy Light (Cool) to see if any of these shades could be your perfect match. They are a shade lighter to the previous Light Medium. You can email us at thanks@everydayminerals.com if you need further assistance in selecting your base shade. Thank You!

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