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Forever Pure (With Giveaway)

DISCLOSURE: Freda's Voice received no compensation for posting. Products were received for an honest review. Opinions are 100% owned by Freda's Voice.


Forever Pure was developed to offer 100% pure, all-natural, gluten-free mineral makeup that is chemical, paraben and toxin free light, loose powder that is not heavy and provides a beautiful, flawless face.

Their line includes loose powder mineral foundations, concealers, primers, blushes, eye shadows, bronzers, illuminators, lipstick and lip glosses. If you prefer a cream foundation, they have a mineral cream that is also all natural and provides the same flawless results. Their shades cover a wide array of complexions and work on all types of skin and all ages.
Forever Pure offers organic, all-natural skin care and anti-aging products. Whether you have oily, dry or blemished skin, They have a product for you.


Forever Pure minerals will cover imperfections and flaws such as redness, acne, blemishes, age spots, dark circles, rosacea and scars without looking like you have makeup caked on. The results will be a flawless face. They also provide tips and techniques as well as a personal consultation if you need advice on what shades or skin care products to use.
Forever Pure is a Christian based company that offers honest, excellent service and they truly believe in helping you be beautiful on the inside and the outside.

I was sent two mineral eye shadows to check out. One is a matte selection and one is satin. I was delighted in the little bag it came in, and the beautiful compact as well.

I use make up every day, no matter what. Even in sweat pants I have my face on.... but am always on the look out for the best products. Especially eye shadow. It has a tendency to wear off halfway through the day. I hate that!! I want make up to last the day!  So let's see how this one's worked.....
First I applied the silver bullet satin eye shadow.

It's very natural, subtle and yet gives a little shimmer. I like that. Next I applied the other eye shadow.
Applied the fudge ripple matte eye shadow in the ridge and edges of my lid.

It makes the eye look bigger and slightly sexier. Still very natural and pretty too. Now to add liner and mascara for the finish.
Finished look.
A very sultry, smokey eye. The look I prefer for my everyday wear. And yes, mineral make up lasts longer and doesn't need a touch up at 4pm. If you are going out in the evening, I would do a little touch up, but if not, it will still look alright. It is much better than store bought regular eye shadow though, and I don't think I will go back to that stuff now that I have tried this. A little goes a long way, and for the price, it just seems worth it.
I highly suggest all you ladies check out the line for yourself.
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Comments

  1. I am loving Burnished Gold and Sea Turtle!

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  2. LOVE organic make-up!

    peridot and laguna ... because they look like such fun colours!

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  3. lovely giveaway! I like Sea Turtle and Lucky Clover :)

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  4. Freda, thank you so much for trying out my eyeshadow. I love the look you did too. Beautiful! I will be sharing your review on my website and Facebook page.
    I look forward to the lucky winner of the giveaway receiving their beautiful colors.
    Sincerely,
    Christine

    http:// foreverpurebeauty.com
    http://Facebook.com/foreverpurebeauty

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  5. I'm in love with snowfall and pewter

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  6. I like the Black Tie and Storm Cloud eye shadows.

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  7. These are gorgeous!! I am a big fan of mineral makeup. I have a hard time choosing my two favorite colors. I think I might choose Peridot (my birthstone!) and Pearl Berry.

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  8. I would choose these 2.
    http://foreverpurebeauty.com/product/mineral-satin-eyeshadow-powder-laguna/

    http://foreverpurebeauty.com/product/mineral-satin-eyeshadow-powder-chilled-grapes/

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  9. I'd pick Birthday Suit and Seashell
    via Rhonda W G.

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  10. Fudge Ripple and Violet Surprise! Looks great - thanks for hosting!

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