Jane Iredale has a huge range of products and today I’m bringing you: the Best of Jane Iredale. The Jane Iredale makeup line is OG in eco beauty for good reason. Her pressed powder foundation was the first clean makeup product I purchased 8 years ago. I discovered her line at a spa and was devoted to her pressed powder foundation for many years.
However, last year I decided to revisit some Jane Iredale makeup and I became hooked once again. Here are a few products I use in my everyday makeup routine and of course the best of Jane Iredale (in my humble opinion). Jane Iredale products are Leaping Bunny Certified (cruelty free) and made in USA. Use my affiliate code ERIKA10 at Citrine Beauty Bar for a 10% discount sitewide including Jane Iredale *excludes May Lindstrom + Kypris products.
Every week I receive messages from friends and subscribers asking me about eyeshadow palettes in the eco beauty space. I promise you I have an extensive palette compilation post coming soon. Subscribe to my newsletter for those updates here.
I have plenty of eyeshadow palettes but the one I reach for the most has to be the Naturally Matte palette. Perfect travel palette with the rose gold sleek packaging. It’s light weight, slim, and has all the colors I need for a full eye look. The pigmentation is medium with great buildability. I prefer a medium pigmentation as it allows more control. Keep in mind natural mineral makeup will have kick up in the pan. However, I don’t experience fall out from my eyes from Jane Iredale shadows once applied. You can wear them dry or wet for a more intense color.
Jane Iredale currently offers 5 different palettes. I have the Naturally Matte palette.
Compromised of 5 matte shades:
– Buttercream (matte creamy neutral) Great base shade to set your lids. Our eyelids are oily and need to be set with powder first. Always want a base color to allow your eyeshadows to blend easily. Also great for a brow bone highlight or diffusing dark harsh colors.
– Hush (sheer soft pink) I’m tan and this shade is subtle and light. Pleaseantly surprised how flattering it looks on its own diffused into my crease. Opens up your eyes and makes you look more awake.
– Slate Brown (matte grey brown) This shade is cool toned so I don’t gravitate as much but grey for cool toned skin.
– Eggplant (matte rose brown) This is my jam! Perfect crease color and layered over Hush, it looks like the perfect everyday eye duo. Which is why I can use this palette on its own when traveling.
– Fudge (matte deep chocolate brown) Concentrate this dark brown on your outer third of your eyelid. Blend with Buttercream to diffuse harsh lines. Wet the brush and use as an eyeliner or bottom lash line drama.
*Naturally Matte is vegan. Check Jane Iredale website for which products are vegan. Her website clearly labels all products.
PURE LASH, LASH EXTENDER & CONDITIONER:
If you read any of my makeup tutorials, you’ll see this lash primer in most if not all of them. It’s necessary for us oily lid people. Most natural mascaras will smudge and flake on us. This lash conditioner will make any mascara stick and adds volume. Most natural mascaras are lengthening and not volumizing. I was elated to find a way to maximize volume. You can see this in action in this makeup look.
*Purelash Conditioner is not vegan, contains beeswax.
PEACHES & CREAM
Jane Iredale has 4 unique bronzer quads, making it difficult to choose just one. Peaches & Cream attracted me the most with warm peachy pink tones. Shimmer in these shades create a sun-kissed effect perfect for spring and summer. Although labeled bronzer, feel free to use a fan brush for precision and use as a highlight on your cheeks, inner corners of the eye, cupids bow, or brow bone. The Jane Iredale fan brush is vegan! The middle shades are perfect for those looking for a bronzer/blush duo in one. Remember clean mineral makeup can be used all over the face, so use this as an eyeshadow too.
*Peaches & Cream is not vegan, contains carmine. Moonbeam and Sunglow bronzers are vegan.
BALANCE SETTING SPRAY
We can all use a setting spray to help our makeup blend together seamlessly and look natural. The Balance Setting Spray helps smooth down any mineral makeup that would look dry or powdery. Mist is fine and doesn’t disturb all your hard work. It’s perfect for oily or acne prone skin but is not astringent at all. Feels very gentle and eliminates cakey-ness we all dread.
From Jane Iredale website:
- A hydration spritz formulated specifically to help balance skin’s oil production and pH.
- Orange Essential Oil, Orange Peel Extract, Grapefruit Peel Extract and Algae Extract calm and feed the skin.
- The added bonus to Balance is Green Tea Extract. Studies have shown that Green Tea Extract at 3% is measurably beneficial for acne-prone skin, and that’s the exact percentage we’ve used.
When you run, you’ll have the option to purchase a refill bottle.
*Balance Setting Spray is vegan.
Best of Jane Iredale Honorable mention:
Wouldn’t be a best of Jane Iredale post without a mention of her affordable lip pencils ($15). Available in at least 11 shades. Read more details and see photos of me wearing Nutmeg in this post. I highly recommend these as there’s a shade for every occasion… berry, nude and terra cotta shades included.
*Nutmeg, nude, red earth, pink shades are vegan. Rest have carmine.
MYSTIKOL Powdered Eyeliner
The MYSTIKOL eyeliner formula is unique because it’s a powder/gel hybrid. Looks like a gel in the jar but applies easier. Less messy and no fall out compared to eyeshadow liners. If you set it with a black eyeshadow you will have budge proof all day black liner. But for my everyday needs I rarely set with a powder. If you see me wearing eyeliner on Instagram it’s this one.
*All 4 Mystikol shades are vegan.
BEST OF JANE IREDALE
FTC: All opinions are my own and this post was not sponsored. I did receive gifted products from Jane Iredale, but was not required to write a blogpost. I truly enjoy these and I know you will too! This post contains affiliate links and code. Thank you for your continued support in keeping this website running.