That ’70s Girl: Barely There Makeup from Fashion Me Green

We all knew the ’70s would make a comeback!

Greta Eagan pairs her bell bottoms with a touch of au natural Juice Beauty makeup to finish off her modern hippie look.

We all knew that the ’70s would make a comeback, and I for one, was happy to embrace a little love child flair. This dress (styled as a top) from Amour Vert set the tone, and I dug out my bell bottom jeans (from seriously 10 years ago!) and paired them with a platform wedge. Beaded drop earrings and touch of au naturel makeup from Juice Beauty finished off this modern hippie look.

Long have I been a fan of Juice Beauty. I remember when I first met founder Karen Behnke at Aspen Fashion Week! It is so wonderful to see how this plant potent line has grown and I was overjoyed to learn about their new phyto-pigments makeup line.

Delivering more color and staying power without sacrificing any purity, the phyto line is a huge step in the right direction for natural beauty. The foundation was a little light (in coverage) for me. I feel like I would rather wear a tinted moisturizer if I am going that light, but it does pack a punch when it comes to skin nourishment, acting more like a serum than a foundation. The cream blush is very creamy and build-able. The lip crayon is so natural and perfect for adding a slight enhancement to a ‘no-makeup makeup’ look. The shimmery eye crayon doubles as a highlighter for your cheeks and cupid’s bow. And the mascara is fab!


Juice Beauty Makeup

For my barely there makeup look, I used the cream shadow stick in Pale Gold across my lids, on my brow bone, cheekbones and cupid’s bow. Eyes were finished with a quick curl and coat of mascara. I warmed the cream blush in Nude Beige on my finger and patted it along my cheekbone, starting at the apples and working out towards my ears. I lined my lips with the luminous lip crayon in Nude Beige and filled in the rest using the crayon as a lipstick. Et, voila! So easy, and so natural.


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