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Beige Complexions

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Beige Complexions

Step 1: Choose your base shade

Matte and Semi-matte bases

fair_medium_2_13C- Rosy Beige (Formerly Fair Medium)- Light to medium skin with rosy undertones

fairly_light_33N- Beige (Formerly Fairly Light)- Light to medium skin with neutral undertones (Regina's match)

buttered_tan_23W- Golden Beige (Formerly Buttered Tan)- Light to Medium skin with golden undertones

Jojoba Base

natural_ivory3C- Natural Ivory

sand3W- Sand

Concealer Shades

sand2_1Cream Concealer Stick- Sand

medium_3_1Mineral Concealer- Medium

 

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 Cardamon Pearl Eye Shadow (Coming soon) all over lid with Everyday Eye Shadow Brush.

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Step 4: Apply Nights on Broadway Eyeliner in thin line on top lash line with Double Perfect Eyeshadow/Eyeliner Brush.

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Step 5: Apply Snooze Bar Cheek Color on top of cheekbone with Blender Face Brush, two-finger's width away from the nose and blend back into hairline.

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Step 6: Apply Sweet Secret Tinted Lip Butter to complete the look.

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17 thoughts on “Beige Complexions”

  • Sheila

    Why do the Jojoba shades appear much lighter? Do they appear lighter in color when applied or do they just appear lighter on my computer screen? Also what shade is closest to the old "soft butter peach?" This was a perfect match for me.

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    • em

      Hi Sheila, Yes the jojoba shades tend to appear a bit lighter on your browser screen than in person. They will be close in depth to their corresponding shades above in matte and semi-matte. :) Sand, in the jojoba foundation would be close to Soft Butter Peach.

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  • sini

    This page tells me that Fair Medium shades are with pink undertones and that Fairly Light shades are with neutral undertones. But when I browse your webstore, they seem to have switched around. It claims Fair Medium is with golden undertones and Fairly Light is with pink undertones. Which way is it? Confusing.

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    • em

      The undertones listed here are correct. We are switching around our website pages and some of them have gotten mixed up. We are working out the kinks now, but until then go by this page :)

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  • Angie

    Neither the blush nor eyeliner mentioned in this post are available. It seems you are now only offering a purple eyeliner. I've used your companies products for awhile and find this new websites offerings frustrating and slightly discouraging.

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    • em

      Hi Angie,
      Those shades are apart of our Vintage line, so they will be available likely in December. Those products have been in our line-up for some time now, but currently they will be made in small batches just one to two times a year. We do have new eye shadows and eyeliners coming out within a couple of weeks. A newsletter will be sent out that talks about these new colors :)

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  • Ruby

    Hi there! what would be my match if I'm currently a medium beige on BE. I'm having a tough time deciding which will match me.

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    • em

      Hello Ruby,

      Our Semi-matte finish is comparable to Bare Minerals, but we do offer 3 different foundation base finishes – perfect for every climate. You can try 4W Golden Medium in Semi Matte through our 7 Piece Sample Kit. This kit lets you pick up to 5 sample products; including foundations, some 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/

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  • Mandy Choi

    Hi, I found this warm base shade in the sales page, but I can't find the same item anywhere else. Which section can I find this? And how different is this from the semi-matte and matte base foundation? Sandy Medium - Matte- https://www.everydayminerals.com/store/sandy-medium-matte.html Thank you!

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    • em

      Hi Mandy,

      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/

      The 5W Golden Tan is the closest match in comparison to the Sandy Medium. Thank You!

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  • christie

    I used to wear Light Medium Matte base. I would like to try the Jojoba base. Which color should I go with? Also, which color for the Creme Concealer stick?

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    • em

      Hi Christie,

      You can try either the Cream or Shell Blanc through our sample kit to see which one would best suit your skin tone. You can try the Nude creme conceal stick - it is for light to medium with rosy undertones. Thank You!

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  • Missy

    Hi. I was using Winged Butter (matte). I'd like to know what's the closest to Winged Butter in matte, semi-matte and jojoba. I also would like to know which shade(s) is a tad bit lighter than Winged Butter since my skin tone can be lighter than Winged Butter at times throughout the year. Also, which shade of cream concealer and mineral concealer would you recommend for me? Thank you for your help.

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    • em

      Hi Missy,

      3W Golden Beige is the closest match in comparison to the Winged Butter. You can try the 3W Golden Beige Matte/Semi Matte and Sand Jojoba base through our 7 Piece Sample Kit to see if any of these shades/formula is your perfect match. You can try the Sand creme conceal stick - it is for light to medium complexion. Thank You!

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  • prunewriter

    Hi, i bought buttered tan (the old name) and this is too orange. I then tried samples of golden light and light olive but when I put this on my whole face the colour is too fair. could you advise on some in between colours? I have yellow undertones.

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    • em

      You can try either the 2W Golden Light or the 3W Golden Beige through our 7 Piece Sample Kit. You can also try adding a bronzer to your base shade to help darken the shade without changing your undertone. You can try the Gimmeee a Kissimmee bronzer through the sample kit as well. Thank You!

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  • Jeannie X

    I love the lavender color corrector powder and am so sad it's no longer available!! I have yellow and oily skin and really love the powder form of it. Any chance you will bring it back to production???

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