The new Badger Mineral Lip Tints come in four gorgeous and super versatile colours. They’re subtly scented with rose and vanilla essential oils, and are packed with moisturising and nourishing ingredients.
There’s olive oil, cocoa butter and shea butter, as well as sunflower and coconut oils so that they’re incredibly smooth and hydrating on your lips. The tints are safe, pharmaceutical grade minerals – no synthetics here!
And of course, like all Badger products, they’re certified organic, with Fair Trade ingredients. They’re GMO free, and certified cruelty free. It’s why I love Badger so much – they’re an amazing brand.
Ingredients: Beeswax*, Castor Seed Oil*, Sunflower Seed Oil*, Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Coconut Oil*, Cocoa Butter**, Shea Butter*, Iron Oxides, Mica, Carnauba Wax*, Aloe Leaf Extract*, Titanium Dioxide and Silica and Jojoba Esters, Sunflower Vitamin E, Rosehip Extract*, Seabuckthorn Extract*, Rose Flower Oil*, Vanilla Fruit Extract* (*organic, **organic and fair trade).
Here are the three different shades (and one shimmer) and how you might use them:
Wear this alone for just a hint of shine or layer it over the other Mineral Lip Tints to make the colours pop. Opal Shimmer stays true to your natural lip colour, making it a great everyday lip balm. It also works as a highlighter. Just swipe and blend on your upper cheeks, temples, and brow for a subtle glow.
I also think that this would be a great option for tweens and early teens who are wanting a bit of sparkle.
This one has a delicate pinkish hue that you can wear whenever, wherever. It’s classic, understated, and lovely – perfect for everyday wear. Rose Tourmaline goes on sheer, but you can build up the colour with a few strokes. It has a bit of sparkle (almost like Opal Shimmer), but it’s subtle enough that you can also use this to add some colour to your cheeks or even under the brow bone.
This is another colour that I think would work really well for tweens experimenting with makeup, too.
Red Jasper is a delicate fire-red. One layer will give you a hint of colour, or build it up for a pop of colour. The new formula is smooth and creamy without being sticky, so you can definitely also use it on your cheeks in a pinch.
Garnet gives you a subtle deep red tint. But with a few more strokes, you get a deep plum-red that’s sophisticated and downright gorgeous. This is the one that I’ve been carrying around with me lately, and I love it. It’s surprisingly easy to use on cheeks, too. Just draw a stripe and blend in – gives a lovely glow to cheeks, and it’s super easy to use.