Valentine Makeup Special: Introducing Kabuki Brushes From Third Culture, UK

Third Culture UK offers this exclusive package to beauticians as a perfect companion for this year’s Valentine’s Day. Take your time to Check them out:

Using the right brush to apply mineral powder is very important in building coverage and creating a flawless look that does not look caked. Generally synthetic brushes are more hygienic than natural hair brushes which are often made from goats hair. Because hair has a natural tendency to absorb oils and dirt, brushes made from natural hairs require a lot of maintenance.

Kabuki brushes are recommended when applying powders because they are dense with super soft bristles that pick up pigment and help blend powder onto skin without leaving harsh lines. Kabuki brushes easily help build coverage.

Different kabuki brushes have different uses:

Flat Kabuki: Application of finishing powder to flat areas of the face such as the forehead and cheeks.

Round Kabuki: Blend mineral powder foundation onto the skin.

Angled Round Kabuki: Buff blush or bronzer onto the skin.

Angled Flat Kabuki: Application of finishing powder to cornerssuch as the eyes.

Tapered Kabuki: Apply concealer onto the harder to reach contours of the face.

Precision Flat: Stipple concealer on sun spots, blemishes, and other small imperfections.

Precision Round: Apply eye shadow base onto the lid of the eye.

Precision Angled Flat: Apply product to areas such as the sides of the nose and the hollows of the cheeks.

Precision Angled Round: Blend eye shadow to the socket of the eye.

Precision Tapered: Exact placement of concealer in harder to reach areas such as around the eyes and nose, chin, and around the mouth.

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Get Mineral Makeup For Dark Spots, Pimples And All

Third Culture mineral makeup is made of natural earth minerals such as mica, kaolin and silica also found in nature as quartz, ground up into tiny particles to create makeup. It contains no parabens, mineral oil, perfumes, fragrances, chemical dyes or preservatives usually found in traditional forms of makeup. Some dermatologists recommend mineral makeup because it is free of irritants that can aggravate skin and the benefits to the skin can be immense.

It is non-comedogenic which means it does not clog pores and cause breakouts and the mineral ingredients also provide a glow to the skin and give it a flawless sheer cover while remaining gentle on the skin. Mineral makeup is suitable for a range of different types of skin from teenage to mature skin and Third Culture also caters to a variety of skin colours, tones and shades.

The combination of ingredients deliver various benefits including protecting and soothing irritated skin and making skin look smoother, softer and more radiant. The skin is also provided with a natural sunscreen, however it is recommended not to rely solely on mineral makeup to protect your skin from the harmful effects of the sun and to also wear sunscreen. Apply a non-comedogenic moisturiser with high a SPF factor before applying your mineral makeup.

All our products are animal cruelty free, suitable for vegans and do not contain alcohol with the exception of our Mascara.

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Ingredients Found In Mineral Makeup:

Kaolin, also known as China clay, is a soft clay found in nature that comes in variations of colour from white to dark brown. It has a multitude of uses including use as a detoxifying agent.

Mica is a sheer mineral that is mined from the earth in thin sheets. It has skin-hugging properties and has a shimmer to it which can make skin look smoother, softer and more radiant.

Zinc oxide has healing properties and protects the skin from irritants. It helps soothe irritated skin and repair broken skin cells. It can also protect the skin from the sun and the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays.

Silica, known as quartz in nature, is a compound found in soil which aids collagen production, retain moisture and improve the overall look of the skin.

Baron Nitride from the family of graphite, and magnesium stearate found naturally in cocoa, are both natural lubricants.

Iron Oxides (CI77491, CI77492, CI77499), are used as the pigments in the make up that form the colour. It is a mixture of iron and oxygen.

Titanium dioxide (CI77891), a naturally occurring oxide in titanium used as a pigment in make up.

Ultramarines (CI77007), are blue colour pigments made from ground up lapis lazuli which is a deep blue semi-precious stone.

 By: ThirdCulture UK
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