For many of us, makeup is our art, the application of which is our outer world expression of the inner world of beauty we feel.
And of course that expression should include healthy, nontoxic options, which the team at Credo Beauty carefully vets (all makeup linked below comes from the iconic San Francisco clean beauty emporium!)
This holiday, we’ve assembled gift guides for four artistic expressions of beauty: The Classic Beauty, The No-Makeup Makeup Sophisticate, The Glam Goddess, and The Emerging Artist.
May these inspire beautiful gift giving this season – whether to yourself or your lucky recipient.
For the Classic Beauty
For lovers of Old Hollywood and the chic simplicity of French beauty, magic is made with a well-structured brow, a red lip, and a glow that sets off your natural bone structure.
Suggested products to get you glowing:
For the Glam Goddess
Some artists prefer to make bold statement. We say, speak up and be noticed!
Products to get you noticed:
- NU EVOLUTION Complete Coverage Foundation (for that airbrushed look)
- NU EVOLUTION Pressed Eye Shadow in Glam and Socialite
- NU EVOLUTION Lip Stick in Chianti
- NU EVOLUTION Lip Gloss
For the Emerging Makeup Artist
Gifting makeup to young ladies just beginning to express themselves with color is so much fun. And it’s especially rewarding when the products they learn with are healthy, not harmful.
Suggested products to add to your kit:
For the No-Makeup Makeup Sophisticate
Clean makeup enhances unique features without overwhelming them. Plus, this routine doesn’t overwhelm someone’s busy morning, taking less than 10 minutes to apply.
Suggested products to get you out the door:
- W3LL PEOPLE Narcissist Foundation Stick (doubles as Concealer Stick)
- W3LL PEOPLE Bright Eyes Holiday Set
- W3ll Universalist Multi-Stick (for Cheeks & Lips)
Guest Post by: Sitarani Palomar
Health & Lifestyle Editor for Credo
Host of An Organic Conversation
Image 1: Via Dani Vazquez on Flickr
Image 2: Via Ectomorph on Flickr
Image 3: Via Amy Clark on Flickr
Image 4: Via Victoria Harjadi on Flickr