Saturday, December 8, 2012

Mia Mariu Mineral Cosmetics Review & Giveaway - Holiday Gift Guide

My daughter and I both wear make-up.  We both have what we like and what we don't.  She loves eyeliner but only black.  I like blush and mascara.  We both love eye-shadow  but we are on two different spectrum on our color choices.   For foundation, we both wear the same tone.  It can get crazy in the mornings when I'm trying to get ready and I can't find what I'm looking for.  I almost always find it in her make-up bag.

She is also allergic to alot of cosmetics.  They have to be all natural or she breaks out or gets puffy eyes.  Mia Mariu only uses natural ingredients, so I know I can feel good when she uses these cosmetics.  She'll feel better and she'll look even more beautiful than she already is without any make-up.  We had the chance to try some products from Mia Mariu.

Mineral Blush in Maria Azucena
 Perfecting Finish Mineral Loose Power Foundation in Savanna
Volumizing and Lengthening Mascara
Intense Eye Liner in Black

We were both very pleased with these products.  The eye line went on smoothly and there was no clumping with the mascara.  In fact, it really made our lashes look longer and fuller.  The foundation almost glided onto the skin and gave a luminous glow, especially paired with the blush.  

She's just beautiful! A great gift for yourself, someone else or a stocking filler! Mia Mariu has cosmetics covered! Great quality products that do a wonderful job.

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