Here’s how I like to use all three of these natural and organic foundations for full coverage;
Kjaer Weis Cream Foundation: Since this product is pretty thick but covers really well, I prefer not to use it for overall coverage, but just to conceal problematic areas before applying liquid foundation.
My favorite use for it though, is as an eyelid base to prepare for eyeshadow. I can’t imagine not having it for that reason. Since it’s formulation is really thick and doesn’t really move once it’s on, it makes a really nice blank canvas for an eyeshadow design and provides a solid foundation to help it last for hours.
See my previous review of Kjaer Weis Foundation here.
Sappho Organics Liquid Foundation: I have recently re-kindled my love with Sappho Organics Foundation. This was the very first organic foundation I have ever tried, and I strayed from it for a bit, but now we’re back together. If you have skin that is more on the dry side, than this is the natural, organic foundation for you as its properties are moisturizing, and don’t enhance dry looking skin.
I love that it’s a liquid, so you don’t need to tug at your skin to apply it, as is inevitable with a cream foundation. It can be applied sheer, then built up for more coverage. It dries really nicely with a finish that I would describe as silky. You do need to be cautious to blend with precision in order to avoid streakiness.
This is definitely a good foundation to begin with if you’re making the switch to green beauty. This foundation was made by the founders to be high quality enough for film and tv, and the ingredients are ones that you can feel good about covering your face with.
RMS Beauty “Un” Cover-Up: This is currently my go-to product as a highlighting concealer for under my eyes, brows and around my lips before applying gloss or lipstick. I usually apply it this way after the Sappho foundation. I have the shade 011 which is a good highlighting shade for my skin tone, but would be too light as a foundation. Some people use it as a foundation because it can be built up or applied sparingly for light coverage.
What I like about the un-cover up is that although it is a thick cream, it can be loosened up by swirling your fingertip in the pot to warm it and make it smoother. Apparently, the nourishing, antioxidizing ingredients are activated this way. The base ingredient of this product is raw, unrefined coconut oil which is processed in a way that the live nutrients of the oil remain intact and therefore promote healthy skin. My skin is definitely better since I’ve added it to my routine.
I know this is a good performing product because my little sister loves it, and she didn’t really care about organic and natural makeup before I bought it for her. It’s become a staple in her makeup bag and she is on her second jar. Hooray, I’ve made one convert!