I’m happy to present IDUN Minerals. This is a Swedish beauty brand created by researchers and dermatologists who create mineral-based products that are suitable for all skin types, including sensitive skin. The products range from skincare to makeup and accessories, and they are not tested on animals. Today I will write my review of their Magna Mascara that I won in a Facebook giveaway.
IDUN Minerals Magna Mascara Review
This mascara promises to add more volume to your lashes by coating them with its ophthalmologically-tested formula.
IDUN Minerals mascara Magna gives full lashes – instantly. The instant volume mascara builds maximum volume with only a few strokes.
The formula is indeed creamy and easy to apply. Because it contains “highly purified mineral pigments”, it’s also suitable for people with sensitive eyes and people who wear contact lenses. My eyes aren’t very sensitive, so I can’t confirm the claim, but I haven’t had any problem with the formula. It didn’t sting my eyes at all.
Entitled The Town That Dreaded Sundown, the Notoriously Morbid Vanishing Cabinet May 2018 was inspired by the TV show Riverdale. It featured two eyeshadows, glitter, a tinted lip balm, and a lip scrub. I liked the variety of products and felt like all the colours complemented each other well. Now, let’s get to the nitty-gritty!
Both eyeshadow swatches were done over Femme Fatale Shadow Magic primer and, on the right, also over Notoriously Morbid Shadow Bind glitter glue. All of V was applied over Shadow Magic and Shadow Bind. The lip balm was applied over clean, unprimed skin.
Another month, another Vanishing Cabinet box! The March edition was based on the film called Talladega Nights. This is a sport comedy I haven’t seen yet so the references didn’t really come across. However, all the shadows and the lip balm looked interesting enough that I didn’t mind!
Notoriously Morbid Vanishing Cabinet March 2018
Called “Shake & Bake”, this Vanishing Cabinet consisted of shimmery and sparkly eyeshadows and an untinted lip balm. I feel that the colours were cohesive enough to create a look combining all the shadows (but to be honest, I prefer one-and-done shadows and that’s what I tend to wear 80% of the time).
Included in the package was also an Atomic Fire Ball, which tasted of cinnamon. I wasn’t a fan! That aside, let’s move on to the individual shades (and the lip balm).