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Earthnicity Mineral Foundation - Warm Caramel


For lightly tanned skin with warm undertones. Suits tanned Caucasians, tanned Asians or light mixed-race African Caribbeans. For those with lighter skin, this shade can also be used as a light bronzer (apply with a powder brush).


Earthnicity Mineral Foundation provides a matte, yet natural-looking finish which lasts throughout the day, without looking or feeling heavy.


Earthnicity Mineral Foundation is non-comedogenic, oil-free, parabens-free, and contains no perfumes, alcohol, and other irritating ingredients - ideal for acne-prone and ultra-sensitive skin.


  • With sun protection factor (SPF) 15
  • Contains no talc and no bismuth
  • Suitable for vegans and vegetarians


Each foundation comes in a 30ml sifter jar containing approximately 9g of mineral powder. A mini velour puff is also included in every jar.


Earthnicity products are:

100% pure minerals - no preservatives, fragrance, alcohols, oils and synthetic dyes


Not tested on Animals and Vegan-friendly :)


Earthnicity Mineral Foundation - Warm Caramel

  • Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide, Iron Oxides, Ultramarine Blue.

  • How To Apply Earthnicity Mineral Foundation

    With a kabuki brush or powder brush:


    First, tap some mineral powder onto the lid, and dip your brush into it. You can also dip your brush directly into the powder on the sifter. Tap off the excess powder on your brush, and apply the powder in circular motions all over your face. Don't apply too much powder all in one go - start with light layers and keep building up coverage.


    With a velour puff or foundation sponge:

    Tap some mineral powder onto the lid or sifter, and apply your puff or foundation sponge onto it. Apply evenly all over your skin, just like you would with a compact powder.



    You can also use your foundation as a concealer to conceal spots,blemishes and under-eye circles. Just dip a small concealer brush into the foundation powder and apply to the area in layers until you get enough coverage.


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