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Golden Tan 5W Matte Base

(formerly medium tan)

Golden 5N is a slightly darker mid-range shade with enchanting golden undertones, perfectly suited for warm, slightly tan complexions. It neutralizes redness for a gorgeous, matte finish.

Not sure which shade to choose? Try our Base Finder

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.17oz / 4.8g


Matte base keeps your overall look fresh, even, and beautiful - without a hint of shine! It offers buildable coverage to give you precisely the amount you desire. Its minerals work with all skin types, from normal to oily, and combination.
The number alongside each base shade indicates depth of color: 0 is lightest and 7 is deepest. The letter is for undertone. W is for Warm: if you tan easily and look best in gold jewelry and earth-tone colors, your skin has warm, golden undertones. C is for Cool: if you burn easily and look best in silver jewelry and bright jewel-tone colors, your skin has cool, rosy undertones. N is for Neutral: if you look equally good in gold and silver jewelry, and can wear almost any color, your undertones are likely neutral.


We believe in using kind ingredients in our cosmetics. Only pure, luxurious are sourced, for a beautiful you and a beautiful, healthy world. Our cosmetics are created withOUT: Petro chemicals, lake dyes, bismuth oxychloride, synthetic fragrances, SLS, mineral oil, and paraffin wax.


Matte Base Shades:

Ingredients: Mica. May Contain (+/-): Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499).

Usage Tips

Sprinkle. Whirl. Infuse. Glide.

• Sprinkle your choice of mineral powder into the lid of your jar.

• Lightly whirl your brush through the minerals.

• Infuse the minerals completely into the bristles of your brush.

• Glide your brush onto your skin, using circular sweeping motions.

Tip, use less mineral powder than usual and then gradually add more if you feel you need more coverage and then blend.

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    Helen 4/1/2017 7:03 PM
    Q: Hello! I'm usually using Everyday Minerals Matte foundation in the shade 1W, and I like it's olive undertone. How do you think, can I use 5W Matte/ semi Matte foundation as a bronzer or I should use a shade lighter?
    I know you've got bronzers, but I'd like to find the foundation for that purpose.
    Also could you please tell me which foundation shade will be the closest to the Lanai in the sand bronzer?
    Thank you:)
    A: Yes, our deeper base shades are often used as bronzers. You can try samples of base and bronzers through our 5-piece sample kit! Thanks! Do you find this question helpful?  Yes  No
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