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Offers a matte finish and long-lasting wear. Loose mineral powders diffuse easily giving a flawless application that never looks streaky.
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  • From Kat at 3/27/2014 3:04 PM
    • Q: Are there any plans to offer more olive shades?
    • A: Hi Kat! All of our olive shades have been transferred to the Warm category and given different names. The shades in the Warm category will suit olive toned skin perfectly. If you want to try before you buy, you can order the free 7-piece sample kit here: http://www.everydayminerals.com/store/productkit/mineralmakeup/free/
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  • From Mia at 3/28/2014 5:07 PM
    • Q: What is the new name for "Medium Beige Neutral" in the Matte base?
    • A: Hello Mia,

      You can try 5N Tan through our 7 Piece Sample Kit to see if this is your perfect shade. This is for medium to dark skin with neutral undertones. Thank You!
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  • From Amanda at 3/31/2014 4:24 AM
    • Q: I ordered some foundation samples in February, has the formula changed or is it just the colors?
    • A: Hello Amanda,

      We have changed the formula of the Matte and Semi Matte bases with fewer ingredients but they offer the same coverage you love! :) Thank you!

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  • From Rachel at 4/2/2014 10:04 AM
    • Q: I am looking for my winter base color. It used to be called "beige neutral matte". Is it now called "medium 4N matte"? I am also looking for my summer base color, which used to be called "medium beige neutral matte". Is it now called "tan 5N matte"? Thank you!!
    • A: Hi Rachel! Yes! Those are the new names of your base colors :)
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  • From Susie at 4/2/2014 11:39 AM
    • Q: Winged Butter was my perfect shade, what shade is the equivalent of it?
    • A: We have reformulated our Matte/Semi Matte bases and have renamed them for easy identification and recall. Winged Butter was from the 4G category, so that will be the equivalent of your base shade now :)
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  • From Jennifer at 4/2/2014 11:32 PM
    • Q: My shade used to be light olive, what is the shade for that now? Thanks
    • A: The new name for Light Olive is Golden Ivory (1W). It is the same shade, just with a new name :)
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  • From Randi at 4/3/2014 6:48 PM
    • Q: I was Sandy Fair in the old matte foundation. Would Rosy Fair 0C be comparable to Sandy Fair for warm toned skin? Thanks!
    • A: The color that is equivalent to Sandy Fair in our new naming system is Ivory (1N). If you wanted a similar tone for warm-toned skin try the Golden Ivory (1W). All of our "C" foundations are for cool-toned skin.
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  • From Jessie Gray at 4/4/2014 12:38 PM
    • Q: Where have all the eye shadows gone?? It has been about a year since I shopped at EM, but was very surprised to see only a couple eye shadows. I was really hoping to get some more fun colors!

      Thanks!
      Jessie
    • A: Hello Jessie,

      Some of our colors, including eye shadows, tend to be seasonal, therefore, we often will only have them available for the year or until they sell out. But we have a variety of new eye shadows coming out soon! Be sure to check our website for any updates!

      We will also be offering, in small batches, some past favorite eye shadows in our Vintage page in the website. Here's the link to it: http://www.everydayminerals.com/store/sale/vintage.html

      Thank You!
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  • From Judy at 4/4/2014 4:57 PM
    • Q: I loved your foundation intensive, are any of your new foundations the same formula as that one?
    • A: Hello Judy,

      We no longer carry the Intensive base line formula and we are not offering a similar formula at this time. But you may want to try our other formula bases: Matte, Semi-matte, and Jojoba. I have listed a bit more information in regards to these bases here:

      Semi-Matte - provides a subtle glow appearance and is formulated for normal to combination skin.
      Matte - provides a silky smooth matte finish that is ideal for all skin types.
      Jojoba - a satin finish and this is good for all skin types.

      You can also try our 7 Piece Sample Kit. You can select up to 5 sample products; including foundations, face, and cheek products and you only pay for shipping You will automatically get 2 free cheek colors (Primrose and Tea Rose) when you order this kit. You can select your kit here:
      http://www.everydayminerals. com/store/productkit/ mineralmakeup/free/

      Thank You!
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  • From Sam at 4/4/2014 5:50 PM
    • Q: When will the shade formally known as linen be back in stock?
    • A: Hello Sam,

      Linen has been re-named as 1N Ivory. It should be back in stock in about 2 weeks. Please feel free to check back with us for any updates! Thank You!
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  • From Tessa at 4/4/2014 10:21 PM
    • Q: What is the new equivalent to semi-matte light shade?
    • A: Hello Tessa,

      Not all shades in the old formula are available in the new formula. I would recommend that you try 1W and 2W through our 7 Piece Sample Kit to see if any of these shades could be your perfect match in the new formula. Thank You!
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  • From Meena at 4/5/2014 9:35 PM
    • Q: Hello! I am currently using "golden medium" (previous name). Will the shade still be "golden medium" in the new name although it says "formally light medium"? If not, is there a shade suggestion?
      Thanks!
    • A: Hello Meena,

      You can try the 3W Golden Beige and 4W Golden Medium through our 7 Piece Sample Kit to see if any of these shades is your perfect match in the new formula. Thank You!
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  • From Jill at 4/6/2014 6:32 AM
    • Q: My shade used to be olive medium. What is the new name for that shade? Thanks!!!
    • A: Hello Jill,

      Not all shades in the old formula are available in the new formula. But, I would say, the closest shade to the former Olive Medium is the 5W Golden Tan. This is for medium to dark skin with golden undertones. Thank You!
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  • From Marta at 4/6/2014 6:34 AM
    • Q: What is a new equivalent for Golden Medium matte base?
    • A: Hello Marta,

      The closest match to Golden Medium is the 3W Golden Beige which is for light to medium complexions with golden undertones. Thank You!
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  • From Vicki Vige at 4/11/2014 10:38 AM
    • Q: I used Medium Beige Neutral - Semi Matte. What is the new name for the shade closest to that?
    • A: Hi Vicki,

      5N Tan is the closest match in comparison to Medium Beige Neutral. We also offer the 7 Piece Sample Kit so that you can try out a variety of base shades as well. Thank you!
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  • From Mati at 4/11/2014 11:36 AM
    • Q: Hi... I see golden almond is supposed to be the new name for "tan" however I don't see that option for sale, but tan is still available. Is the formula the same? Because this is the only line of makeup I can depend on not to break me out. Please help!
      Thanks✌️
    • A: Hello Mati,

      We have a completely new Matte and Semi-Matte line with a unique and easy name system. You can learn more about it on our Blog. The Tan base has been renamed as 6W Golden Almond. It is the same shade but with fewer ingredients. We also offer the 7 Piece Sample Kit so that you can try out a variety of Base shades as well. Thank You!
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  • From Holly at 4/12/2014 6:25 PM
    • Q: Help! Okay, first of all, I FINALLY found my foundation match, and that's a big deal because I've never been able to perfectly match a foundation to my complexion, but 1N Ivory matches perfectly! Yeah! :D But then I go to put it in my cart and it's out of stock! Nooooooo! .... So my question is this: Is the matte formulation in N1 Ivory the same shade as the 1N Ivory in the semi-matte formula?
    • A: Hello Holly,

      Yes, it is the same shade but the Semi Matte formula gives a soft glow to the skin :) Thank You!
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  • From Holly LaCroix at 4/14/2014 9:52 AM
    • Q: I just tried to buy the 25% off for 3 full size items special, and I'm confused about the foundation colors. When I ordered my foundation samples, I got Ivory, which is my perfect match (yay!) but when I went to order a foundation, I saw that 1N ivory was out of stock. I clicked on the 3 full size pieces for 25% off deal and I see just Ivory. Okay, so confused! Are IVORY and 1N IVORY the same shade, or are they 2 different shades? All I know is the matte Ivory sample I got last week is my perfect match. Please help so I can order my full size items. I love this makeup! :)
    • A: Hello Holly,

      I would highly recommend this link which talks about our Base shades: http://www.everydayminerals.com/store/stories/newbies/
      0N Fair is the closest match in comparison to the Ivory. Additionally, we offer the 7 Piece Sample Kit so that you can custom select your shades and try them before you make a purchase. Thank You!
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  • From Maria at 4/17/2014 6:36 PM
    • Q: Hi. I just got my free samples, and I am in between the golden medium 4w and the golden tan 5w (both matte). Are there any shades in between?
      Thanks for all the help you can provide.
    • A: Hello Maria,

      Currently, we don't offer a base shade in between 4W and 5W. But, you can actually use a skin tint or a light bronzer to help darken the shade without changing the undertone of your base. You can try the Poised to Perfection skin tint or the Gimme a Kissimmee Bronzer. Thank You!
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  • From alyssa sullivan at 4/18/2014 4:28 PM
    • Q: So which provides more coverage...matte, semi-matte, or jojoba? I need to cover ugly acne, so which would I have to layer the least amount to get the most amount of coverage? Yes, I use concealers, but they don't help much. I liked your intensive line. Please bring it back.
    • A: Hello Alyssa,

      Coverage wise, I would say that the Matte provides better coverage. Some women on the other hand, like the Semi Matte over the Matte and vice versa. However, it really comes down to personal preference :) All of our formulas provide build-able coverage so you can apply your base in several light layers until you reach your desired coverage :) We no longer carry the Intensive line. Thank You!
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  • From Holly at 4/21/2014 1:01 PM
    • Q: Is there any way to get email notifications when Ivory IN matte foundation will be back in stock? I've been checking the page everyday to see if they are like a stalker! This is THE best foundation ever! For the past 7 years, I've been wearing bareMinerals and have never been that happy with the shade match or shiny look it gave my complexion.Even with Alima Pure ,which has SIXTY shades, I couldn't find a match! (and forget how ridiculous their prices are!) Finally EVERYDAY MINERALS is the company that knows what real skin tones look like, has superior quality, and fantastic, affordable prices to boot! Thank you! Please, don't ever change this formulation. I will be buying these in bulk. :D
    • A: Hello Holly,

      The 1N Ivory Matte should be back in stock in about 2 weeks. Please feel free to check back with us at thanks@everydayminerals.com for any updates!

      We're really happy to hear that you like our products and that they are working so well for you. :) We appreciate you taking the time to write to us, because we are always very thrilled to hear from satisfied customers. Thank You!
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  • From Jen at 4/22/2014 8:00 AM
    • Q: I used Medium Beige and Tan Medium religiously for the past 5 years. Can you recommend the best matches for these?
      Thank you!
    • A: Hello Jen,

      We have a completely new Matte and Semi-Matte line with a unique and easy name system. You can learn more about it on our Blog. Here's the link to it: http://www.everydayminerals.com/store/stories/new-matte-and-semi-matte-base-names/

      4W Golden Medium is the closest match in comparison to the Medium Beige and Medium Tan has been renamed as 5W Golden Tan. Thank You!
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  • From Dusty at 4/22/2014 7:48 PM
    • Q: Is your foundation(s) water resistant?
    • A: Hello Dusty,

      None of our products are water proof, but they wear throughout the day. Thank You!
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  • From Natasha at 4/22/2014 8:14 PM
    • Q: What happened to your base in Toffee?
    • A: Hello Natasha,

      We no longer carry the Toffee base. But you may want to try our new dark shades in the new Matte/Semi Matte formula. You can try the shades through our 7 Piece Kit. Thank You!
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  • From Sarah at 4/29/2014 8:21 PM
    • Q: What would sunkissed fair and fairly light be in the new range?
    • A: Hello Sarah,

      Sunkissed Fair has been renamed as 1C Rosy Ivory and Fairly Light is now 3N Beige. Thank You!
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  • From Stacy at 5/1/2014 8:14 PM
    • Q: Have olive fair and fairly light been discontinued or what are the new equivalents?
    • A: Hello Stacy,

      We have a completely new Matte and Semi-Matte line with a unique and easy name system. You can learn more about it on our Blog. Here's the link to it: http://www.everydayminerals.com/store/stories/new-matte-and-semi-matte-base-names/

      1N Ivory is the closest match in comparison to the Olive Fair and Fairly Light has been renamed as 3N Beige. We also offer the 7 Piece Sample Kit so that you can try out a variety of Base shades as well. Thank You!
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  • From Elena at 5/8/2014 2:03 AM
    • Q: Hello! Could you please tell me which colour of the new line of Matte base does match the previous Fairly Light Neutral? Thank you!
    • A: Hello Elena,

      Fairly Light Neutral has been renamed as 2N Light. Thank You!
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  • From Kate at 5/10/2014 5:38 PM
    • Q: Hi! When will the 0C Rosy Fair Matte Base be back in stock? Thank you! :)
    • A: Hello Kate,

      The 0C Rosy Fair Matte should be back in stock in a week's time. Thank You!
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  • From Ang at 5/19/2014 8:30 AM
    • Q: I love the Olive Medium matte base. Is it still available?
    • A: Hello Ang,

      The Olive Medium Matte is still available and is currently on sale through this link: http://www.everydayminerals.com/store/sale.html

      5W Golden Tan is the closest shade in comparison to the Olive Medium. Thank You!
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  • From Lena at 5/19/2014 9:38 AM
    • Q: Hello! Could you please tell me which colour of the new line of Matte base does match the previous Light Neutral? Thank you!
    • A: Hello Lena,

      The Light Neutral has been renamed as 2W Golden Light. Thank You!
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  • From Mel at 5/21/2014 12:24 PM
    • Q: What is the new name for the Medium Tan Matte? Thanks
    • A: Hello Mel,

      Medium Tan has been renamed as 5W Golden Tan. Thank You!
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  • From Emily at 5/22/2014 5:02 PM
    • Q: What is the new name for the Sandy Fair Matte base?
    • A: Hello Emily,

      1N Ivory is the closest match in comparison to the Sandy Fair. Thank You!
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  • From Amelie at 5/25/2014 7:34 AM
    • Q: Hello, i used light in intensive, what shade should I use in the range ? Thank you
    • A: Hello Amelie,

      Not all shades in the old formula are available in the new formula. You can try 0W, 1W, 2W, 3W and 4W through the 7 Piece Sample Kit to see if any of these shades is your perfect match. Thank You!
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  • From Gina-Marie at 6/2/2014 3:06 AM
    • Q: I have very pale skin with pink undertones. What shade would work best for me?
    • A: Hello Gina-Marie,

      You may want to try the 0C Rosy Fair through our 7 Piece Sample Kit to see if this is your perfect match :) Thank You!
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  • From Sarah at 6/5/2014 12:00 PM
    • Q: I used to buy Neutral in Matte, what is the new name or equivalent in this range?
    • A: Hello Sarah,

      The neutrals can now be found in the N for neutral base category. There will be a number in front of the N. We now offer the base shades in a numbering system with a letter: W for warm, N for neutral, and C for cool tones. If you need further assistance in your base selection, please email us at thanks@everydayminerals.com. Thank You!
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  • From Loretta at 6/5/2014 2:02 PM
    • Q: I have mild rosacea and would like to know which foundations are best to use. Thanks.
    • A: Hello Loretta,

      You can email us at thanks@everydayminerals.com so that we could further assist you with your base selection. We need to know your skin shade/undertone. We suggest you try the Mint Color Corrector, it helps in neutralizing redness on skin. Thank You!
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  • From Annie at 6/11/2014 7:49 PM
    • Q: Hi, could you please tell me if your foundation jars have the shifter that twists to block the holes to stop product coming out when traveling? Thanks!
    • A: Hello Annie,

      Yes, the sifter rotates to block the holes making it good for travel. Thank You!
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  • From Kathleen at 6/14/2014 10:36 AM
    • Q: Summer is here! And I tan really easily so my regular shade of Golden Medium 4W is now too light. What is the next shade up? Would it be 5W?
      Thank you!
    • A: Hello Katleen,

      Yes, the 5W Golden Tan is a shade darker than the 4W Golden Medium. As the number increases in the base name, the shade gets darker. Thank You!
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  • From Shanae at 6/15/2014 3:34 AM
    • Q: Hi! I have Light Tan Matte base - what's the new name for that? Thank!
    • A: Hello Shanae,

      5C Rosy Tan is the new name for the Light Tan base. Thank You!
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  • From ray at 7/2/2014 4:47 PM
    • Q: Will the matte minerals base hold up all day, in summer months, without getting caked looking?
    • A: Hello Ray,

      Our mineral powders wear throughout the day :) Thank You!
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  • From Lisa van den Kroonenberg at 7/9/2014 1:02 PM
    • Q: Could you tell me what is the new name for 'Light tan - matte'? Thank a lot!
    • A: Hello Lisa,

      The Light Tan base has been renamed as 5C Rosy Tan. Thank You!
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  • From Brittany at 7/27/2014 4:36 AM
    • Q: I was wondering if any of the matte foundations contain lauroyl lysine? After a long process of elimination I have determined that this ingredient makes me break out considerably. I know you have the ingredients listed (and lauroyl Lysine is not) however, my dermatologist warned me against using your foundation because she said they all contained this ingredient! I know that she could simply be mistaken, and wanted to ask for myself! Thank you for your time!
    • A: Hello Brittany,

      We now actually offer the original Matte/Semi Matte bases and they don't contain Lauroyl Lysine. Please email us at thanks@everydayminerals.com and we can gladly assist you with your base shade selection. Thank You!
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  • From Alex at 7/28/2014 8:22 PM
    • Q: Hi! I absolutely love your makeup and I have used it for a few years now. I discontinued using it while on accutane and i'd love to switch back now that my acne is gone! Has there been a change in formulation? I noticed the Lauryl Lysine is no longer listed. Just curious! Thanks!!
    • A: Hello Alex,

      We have a completely new Matte and Semi-Matte line with a unique and easy name system. You can learn more about it on our Blog. Here's the link to it: http://www.everydayminerals.com/store/stories/new-matte-and-semi-matte-base-names/ Thank You!
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  • From Carrie at 7/31/2014 3:23 PM
    • Q: I used to use the intensive formula in golden medium but now want the matte formula. Which shade is better for me now golden beige 3w golden medium 4w or almond 6n? I have warm undertones but the 3w shade look like I might be a teeny bit too light, and the almon looks like it would work but it has a number 6 and I'm afraid it might be too dark :( thank you
    • A: Hello Carrie,

      You can try the 4N Medium Matte, it's the closest shade to the Golden Medium. Thank You!
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  • From Natasha at 8/6/2014 7:35 AM
    • Q: Hi I used to use Golden Fawn, and I have very strong yellow undertones. Golden Fair worked alright in the pressed compact form you used to offer, but I wondered if Golden Ivory would be a better match to the old Golden Fawn?
    • A: Hello Natasha,

      Yes, you can try the Golden Fair or Golden Ivory through our 7 Piece Sample Kit to see which one closely matches your favorite base shade. Thank You!
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  • From Kate at 8/8/2014 2:53 PM
    • Q: Hi, what is the new name for the Sandy Medium in the Matte line?
    • A: Hello Kate,

      The 5W Golden Tan is the closest match in comparison to the Sandy Medium. We also offer the 7 Piece Sample Kit so that you can try out a variety of Base shades as well. Thank You!
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  • From Aryn at 8/17/2014 12:20 PM
    • Q: Will new colors ever be released such as more darker shades?
    • A: Hello Aryn,

      We should be releasing 2 more additional darker shades in 2-4 weeks. Be sure to check our website for any updates! Thank You!
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  • From Janet at 8/30/2014 8:07 AM
    • Q: Hi I use the Golden Tan I just recently purchased the golden Tan in Matte and they are so different. What is the new name for the Golden Tan? . The Golden Tan use to have yellow tones and the new one is peachy pink. Please help.
    • A: Hi Janet,

      The Tan base has been renamed as 6W Golden Almond. You can also purchase the Tan Matte (old formula), currently on sale at $3.89, through our Vintage page. Here's the link to it: https://www.everydayminerals.com/store/tan-matte-3.html Thank You!
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  • From Victoria at 9/2/2014 8:58 AM
    • Q: Hi! I use what used to be called Olive Fair in matte base. What is the new equivalent? I didn't see anything listed that was formerly Olive Fair in the new shades. Also, which of your three bronzer shades go best with Olive Fair? I want just a touch of color. Thank you!
    • A: Hi Victoria,

      The 0W Golden Fair is the closest shade in comparison to the Olive Fair. You may want to try the Poipular Shores bronzer, it has the most yellow undertone out of the 3 bronzers that we currently have. Thank You!
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  • From Nika at 10/6/2014 7:11 PM
    • Q: Hi! Does the foundation has sun protection? If yes, how high is the spf? Thank you!
    • A: Hi Nika,

      We don't have an SPF stated. Thank You!
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  • From Cynthia at 10/19/2014 7:24 PM
    • Q: Hi, I have been using EM for 8+ years now, and I just noticed your Base names have changed and/or completely gone. I use equal amounts of Olive Fair and Olive Medium Matte. What would be an equivalent shade or shades to those 2 old bases? I have Hispanic olive skin tone. I am close to running out of my current Olive Fair and Olive Medium and wish to purchase new base. Thanks!
    • A: Hi Cynthia,

      We have a completely new Matte and Semi-Matte line with a unique and easy name system. You can learn more about it on our Blog. Here's the link to it: http://www.everydayminerals.com/store/stories/new-matte-and-semi-matte-base-names/

      Our colorist recommended the Golden Beige and Golden Tan together with a hint of Mint Color Corrector added would be the closest match to Olive Medium. Mineral makeup is ideal for mixing colors, thus creating custom colors, we even sell an empty mixing jar for this popular purpose.

      0W Golden Fair is the closest match in comparison to the Olive Fair. We also offer the 7 Piece Sample Kit so that you can try out a variety of Base shades as well.

      Olive shades need green added, so we would recommend that you add the Mint Color Corrector to your base shade that matches closest to your complexion.

      Thank You!
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  • From Kayla at 11/19/2014 3:40 PM
    • Q: Do these, or any of the foundations, contain SPF?
    • A: Hi Kayla,

      We don't have an SPF stated. Thank You!
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  • From MLee at 1/19/2015 2:10 PM
    • Q: How long does matte base stay fresh in the container, if the product is purchased and sticker has not been opened, twisted or removed?

      I understand to keep away from direct sunlight and stored in a normal environment.
    • A: Hi MLee,

      We recommend using the product within 18 months of purchase. Thank You!
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  • From Bay at 2/6/2015 6:24 PM
    • Q: Hi there! I have found that my closest match is 3N beige, but especially during the summer months, it's just looks a little too light and ashy; which matte base do you think I should try for summer?
    • A: Hi Bay

      You can give the 4N Medium a try, it is a shade darker than the 3N Beige base. Thank You!
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