Save face with fall’s top all-natural colour cosmetics
Eco-friendly colour cosmetics have come a long way since consumers started to gravitate toward additive-free everything. Here, our high-performance picks for fall’s best all-natural beauty products.
Gwyneth Paltrow is creative director of makeup at Juice, which consciously uncouples from nasty ingredients.
Our Pick: Phyto-Pigments cream shadow stick in Horizon, $28. 50 Bloor St. W., 416-922-2333.
Bite is owned by luxury conglomerate LVMH, but the brand’s food-grade, good-enough-to-eat shades—from classic reds and pinks to edgy greens—are handmade in Toronto.
Our Pick: Amuse Bouche lipstick in Kale, $30. Sephora.
This German skin care brand is way ahead of the eco-curve. Their products are made using plant-based ingredients grown on biodynamic farms (they’re good for more than wine).
Our Pick: Eyeliner in dark blue, $22. The Bay.
Vogue-approved brand Ilia was founded by a Vancouver-born, Los Angeles–based brother and sister duo.
Our Pick: Cosmic Dancer illuminator, $34. The Detox Market, 96 Scollard St., 647-352-7272.
There are more than 200 products—from blush to powder to false eyelashes—in this line of eco-cosmetics, manufactured just down the road in Pickering.
Our Pick: Lucky Stiff mascara in black, $26. Saintcosmetics.com.