The following reviews are from our old website, and predate 2015. Items were ranked from 1 - 5.
This oxide almost takes the guesswork out of mixing up a natural warm foundation that has lots of yellow undertones! Compared with the regular Yellow Oxide, this has a browner tone. (Of course you may need to tweak a little bit with the other pigments.)
This is a nice blend and unlike any I have found. It allows me to create so many shades that I thought were impossible. If you haven't tried this one, you are missing out!
I use this for my foundation instead of yellow. It is much more neutral. I only needed a little tiny bit of red. I have newbie problems with red and don't like to work with it too much. People with yellow undertones could probably get buy just using this ochre.
It is a perfect color for mixing up foundations. It's a great neutral warm (if that makes sense) color. I'm Asian/American Indian and it's always been so hard to find the right foundation color but this is just perfect. I've used it with other brown oxides to make some lovely eye shadows as well.
My version of this is a lovely MEDIUM GOLDEN BROWN.
This is great for making mineral makeup foundations, primers, finishing powders and some brown-toned blushes or bronzers. It's also a great coloring additive to commercially bought mineral cosmetic powders that are untinted or too lightly tinted.
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