Luxe Earth Powder is the Goddess of all mineral makeup! 100% vegan and FREE of talc, titanium dioxide, artificial dyes, clay, and bismuth oxychloride. Apply on well moisturized skin with a wet/dry sponge or face brush.


Apply on well moisturized skin with a wet/dry sponge or face brush.


Organic arrowroot powder, iron oxides, zinc oxide, and rose oil. 



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Fantastic Foundation

14th Jan 2013

This is by far my favorite foundation of all time. It provides the coverage I like and matches my skin perfectly. The fact that it does not contain any synthetic ingredients is wonderful. Please continue making this fabulous foundation.

Best foundation I've used...

Surya on 17th Nov 2012

I've been using this product for about a year and it covers every little red spot, blemish, or under eye circle perfectly. My roommate even commented on how well caramel/olive shade matches my skin. The foundation works best with the remix face serum, I learned the hard way!

Great Shade Advice

Zoey on 12th Nov 2012

Thank you for the online makeup consultation. Bamboo matches me to the T!


Lia K. on 8th Dec 2011

I'm so impressed with this product and I can't find anything like this in Atlanta! My sorors love it too!

Heals adult acne

21st Jun 2011

This is the first mineral powder that actually helped decrease my acne breakouts.

True color

Maya Gomez on 25th May 2011

I will be honest, I love Mac Cosmetics but I hate their ingredients! The raw earth powder is the closest natural alternative to Mac shades. Pecan is now my best friend!

Perfect match.

Jazz on 26th Apr 2011

My new Toffee is the same shade as my Mac studio fix in NW45...perfect! I love the texture and coverage!

Great foundation

4th Apr 2011

I love the texture and look of this on my face! It lets my glow come through yet doesn't make me shiny at all. My one criticism though is the sifting container- the holes aren't quite big enough for the makeup to sift through it, especially since the jar comes packed all the way full : ) I had to take the sifter part off.