Here's what I spent my coupon on:
Cream Blushes in Peach Goddess, Tequila Sunrise & Peachy Rose
These cream blushes are definitely my favorite of everything I picked up! Smooth, creamy, and highly pigmented, they blend beautifully and you only need the smallest amount to add a nice flush to your cheeks. My order was left outside my house and a few things ended up freezing before I got home, which seems to have caused some of the oils in the blushes to separate and come out. Nothing major - they still work great - but that's what the liquid you can see in the above photo is.
My one complaint with these, and something that I think holds true for a lot of The All Natural Face's products, is that the colours were not all consistent with how they appear online. I was hoping to use Peach Goddess as a highlight, since it looks pretty light on the website (see here), but it ended up being a rich bronzey peach, not at all suited to highlighting. It's a beautiful colour and I actually love it on the cheeks, but it's not what I was expecting at all. I'm also quite taken with Tequila Sunrise, which is a lovely coral pink with a nice sheen. The third colour, Peachy Rose, was actually the colour I immediately knew I had to have after seeing both Nicole and Brianna (of iluvjesse444) use it, but as it turns out, it's actually the one I'm least excited about in person. I can't be 100% sure, but mine seems like it has more brown in it than either of theirs, which is a bit disappointing.
|(L to R) Cream Blushes in Tequila Sunrise, Peachy Rose, and Peach Goddess|
I've been testing out an eye primer from Faerie Organic the last few days, so I haven't tried this yet. One other thing to note - the website lists cosmocial cq and potassium sorbate as the two preservatives in the primer, but the actual packaging lists potassium sorbate and polyaminopropyl biguanide. I'm not familiar with polyaminopropyl biguanide offhand, so I'll have to do a bit more research before giving this a try.
Tinted Lip Balm in Honey Peach
This is a nice, buttery lip balm that imparts just the slightest peach tint to your lips. It's not highly pigmented, but it feels nice on and lasts a good while on your lips too.
Lip Gloss in Peppermint Stick
Peppermint Stick is described as a light pink, but after seeing swatches online, I was totally expecting a darker, berry shade. As it turns out, it's a light pink after all, and full of silver shimmer. Because of the shimmer, I think it works best over other lip products, since it ends up looking frosty if you build it up very much. It's flavoured with peppermint essential oil, which in combination with stevia, leaves the gloss tasting pretty much exactly like a candy cane.
|(L to R) Honey Peach Tinted Lip Balm, Peppermint Stick Lip Gloss|
Eye Diva Stix in Milk
I haven't had a chance to do more than swatch this on my hand, but it's the first affordable natural dupe I've found for the NYX jumbo pencils, so I'm excited to try it out.
Color Correcting Cream Concealer in Midas
Probably the biggest disappointment in this order, although I haven't given up on it yet! I'm constantly on the lookout for something that will completely conceal my dark circles and Katie from zenfemi has spoken highly of this concealer, so I decided to pick it up. I've only used it a couple times, but I really don't notice much difference and it made the skin under my eyes look kind of bumpy and uneven. I'll definitely be playing around with this more and will hopefully be able to find a way to make it work better.
Cream Foundation in Porcelain Kissed By Honey
I still haven't found a natural liquid or cream foundation that I've been fully happy with, which is something I'm hoping to change with this guy. I haven't tried it on my face yet, but Porcelain Kissed By Honey is, I believe, the lightest neutral shade offered, and it looks like it could be a good match for my skin.
|(L to R) Porcelain Kissed by Honey Cream Foundation, Midas Color Correcting Concealer, Milk Eye Diva Stix|
Brianna also recommended the Strawberries and Cream facial wash, but I decided to try the Papayas and Cream one instead. Papaya is full of enzymes that are supposed to exfoliate your skin and coconut milk is both soothing and moisturizing. First impression: it smells delicious. Not sure what kind of results to expect from this, but it's another product I'm excited to try out!
Overall, I'd say I'm pretty happy with my order, but I do think the company would benefit from redoing a lot of their photos to ensure more accurate colour representations. It's hard enough shopping for makeup online and I, for one, am a lot more likely to buy when I have a good idea of what colours to expect.
Have you tried The All Natural Face?