Some women have the wrong idea about green beauty.

They assume that it’s all about “toxin” paranoia and patchouli overload. And—even worse—they’ve never tried a natural beauty product good enough to keep ‘em coming back for more.

So here they are: three makeup and skincare products that raise the bar on clean beauty. They use high-quality, nontoxic ingredients and deliver on their promises.

In other words: they really work.

As usual, this post is not sponsored, and all opinions are my own.

Lily Lolo Foundation

Not all mineral foundations are created equal.

Other mineral foundations often contain bismuth oxychloride, which causes redness and irritation, especially in warm weather or if you sweat. But Lily Lolo has a simple and safe ingredient list that doesn’t cause redness.

Ingredients: mica, zinc oxide. May contain: titanium dioxide, iron oxides.

Lily Lolo’s Foundation effortlessly creates an even, radiant complexion that can look like skin itself or a glam airbrushed look, depending on how it’s applied.

For a perfect application, I recommend using a densely packed brush and finishing with a setting mist. This is one of those products I can’t imagine being without, and many readers of The Beauty Proof have happily switched to.

Purchase the Lily Lolo Foundation SPF 15 here for $22.

Eyeshadow Quattro from Antonym

These stunning nude eyeshadows apply smoothly and evenly; sadly, not all “natural” eyeshadows can do that. And more importantly, Antonym’s eyeshadows don’t melt away by lunchtime.

99.62% of the ingredients are from a natural origin, and 12% of the total ingredients are from organic farming. Keep in mind that it doesn’t matter that the organic percentage is so low…. as a mineral-based eyeshadow, this is, by definition, primarily an inorganic product.

Ingredients: talc, mica, wheat starch/wheat, organic wheat starch, organic corn starch, phytosqualan, caprylic/capric triglyceride, isoamyl laurate, zinc stearate, glyceryl caprylate, magnesium stearate, lauroyl lysine, sorbic acid, octyldodecanol, silica. May contain: CI 77491 (iron-based colorant), CI 77492 (iron-based colorant), iron oxides, titanium dioxide.

The Antonym Noisette Eye Shadow Quattro is $39. Purchase it here.

Or read my full review of the Antonym eyeshadows.


Ilia’s Lipstick combines lip-nourishing oils like castor, jojoba and sesame into one of the most beloved makeup products in the green beauty universe. The finish is creamy semi-matte, and the 15 shades range from nude to vibrant orchid.

With the sleek packaging, on-trend colors, and perfectly wearable formulation, it’s hard to beat these lipsticks.

Ingredients: organic castor seed oil, organic sesame seed oil, organic jojoba seed oil, organic sunflower seed oil, organic beeswax, triisostearyl citrate, candelilla wax, organic cocoa seed butter, organic tapioca starch, aloe, grape seed oil, rose hip fruit oil, sage leaf extract, tocopherol. May contain: mica, titanium dioxide, and iron oxides.

Ilia Lipstick is $26. Find all 15 shades here.

Or check out my full review of the Ilia lip shades.

*This post is not sponsored. All opinions are my own.

**Products get makeovers too. Be sure to check if this product has been recently re-formulated before using it yourself.

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D.I.Y. Succulent Teacup

Here is a novel way to display old china.To provide a bit of drainage, put a few small pebbles or a layer of fine gravel in the bottom,(of the teacup)then add some suitable soil or compost on top.


Because the china does not  have drainage holes in the bottom, it’s important to only plant cactior succulents in the teacups, as these plants need less watering.


You can mix colors, sizes, patterns and styles of china- the more eclectic the collection, the better it looks.



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The Natural Beauty Revolution

Okay, people. It’s time to start paying attention to what you’re putting on your face. There are some really unhealthy things in the makeup products you use every day… and ingredients like pthalates, parabens and lead that have been linked to cancer, hormonal imbalances and skin problems. If that’s not reason enough to consider making the switch to all-natural makeup, maybe these amazing natural beauty blogs will help you get on the right track!

1. Organic Beauty Talk:

This blog makes it super easy for you to find the best in organic beauty (and all things eco-friendly). From DIY beauty to product reviews and smoothies, the folks over at Organic Beauty Talk will convince you that organic and natural beauty really works and is way better than the toxic chemical-laden products that so many of us still use. (via Organic Beauty Talk)

2. Kimberly Loc:

As a natural beauty advocate, Kim Wallace knows a ton about organic beauty. She shares all-natural product reviews and gives you glimpses into the life of a busy beauty addict. (via Kimberly Loc)

3. Makeup by Mary B:

This beauty blog focuses exclusively on natural beauty products with the safest ingredients possible. Mary’s on a mission to demonstrate that choosing natural cosmetics is enjoyable and accessible. She encourages people to purchase from natural companies and less from your average drugstore. (via Makeup by Mary B)


  1. Why is natural skincare better?
  2. What are some toxic ingredients?
  3. What are the best “natural” drugstore solutions?

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