Jane Iredale PureMoist™ Lipstick

| October 28, 2013 | 1 Comment

Jane Iredale  PureMoist™ Lipstick keeps the lips feeling and looking soft. The lipstick uses moringa oil to moisturize the skin and orange peel wax, avocado and sunflower seed oils to give the lips a conditioned feel.

Vitamins A and C along with coffee seed extract infuse the lips with antioxidant protection. Organic pomegranate and blackberry fruit extracts stimulate the senses. Available in 24 shades, Jane Iredale  PureMoist™ Lipstick adds high-impact color and depth to the lips. The formula is creamy, rich and smooth, and glides on easily for long-lasting hold.

Jane iredale PureMoist™ Lipstick

Jane iredale PureMoist™ Lipstick

Choose from shades Sarah (sheer neutral), Ashley (neutral terra cotta), Kaylee (matte nude), Theresa (matte mauve), Lauren (matte copper), Naomi (rich mauve), Lily (sheer, pink coral), Sharon (matte latte), Liz (matte coral), Brooke (pink rose), Melody (pale peach), Abigail (sheer honeysuckle), Renee (matte bubblegum pink), Rose (matte light merlot), Rikki (sheer bubblegum pink), Chloe (creamy, sheer pink), Lucy (matte pink peony), Madison (pink rose), Annette (matte red grape), Mary (matte plum), Hannah (brown plum), Margi (matte true red), Ann (matte red wine) and Karen (matte fig red).

Jane iredale PureMoist™ Lipstick

Jane iredale PureMoist™ Lipstick

Jane Iredale is the president and founder of Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, a company she founded in 1994 which brought the mineral makeup line Jane Iredale to the aesthetic industry.  She was the first to supply this industry with a line of makeup that had skin care benefits.

Jane has always thought of makeup as an essential part of a woman’s sense of well-being and she wanted to make that easy to achieve.  That’s why her mineral powders are a foundation, powder, concealer and sunscreen all in one, and why every product in the line is multi-functional.  Her goal is to make products that look good, feel good and are good for the skin.  Products must be easy to apply, as well, so that a woman can be her best in the shortest amount of time.

She was inspired to develop a makeup that was good for the skin by her career in the entertainment industry where she saw actresses and models struggling with the ill-effects of the many kinds of makeup they wore.  Her experience in working with women whose careers depended on a clear complexion allowed her to see how skin disorders and sensitivities not only threatened careers, but also destroyed self-confidence.

Jane’s success in reaching women of all ages and nationalities is based on the belief that true makeup artistry comes not from trying to make a face conform to the latest fashion trends, but from enhancing the wearer’s natural beauty and, as a result, allowing her personality to shine.

Tags: ,

Category: Makeup, What's New

About the Author ()

Editor - A Beauty Feature Career working in London, Hong Kong, S.E Asia, China, USA and Australia. Licensed Beauty Therapist /Trainer in New York, Chicago, California and Australia. A Beauty Feature Editor since 2010 Examiner.com New York Beauty Correspondent since 2011

Comments (1)

Trackback URL | Comments RSS Feed

Sites That Link to this Post

  1. Jane Iredale PureMoist™ Lipstick - A Beau... | October 28, 2013

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *