Lush Has Released Its Own Foundation And It's Available In 40 Shades
Earlier in the year the beauty community went crazy for Fenty's fantastically inclusive foundation range, but if the brand is a bit too pricey for your budget then you'll have to give Lush a try.
Lush has just launched it's new 'naked' foundation sticks, which are both plastic-free and 100% vegan.
There doesn't seem to be any end of benefits to Lush's new product, which it has named Slap Sticks.
The foundation is made up of 45% coconut oil sourced from Indonesia so it promises to be beautifully hydrating for skin, and 10% of the profits from the oil will go towards the funding of literacy classes as well as a dentist for residents of the Indonesian island of Nias.
Not only will Indonesia benefit from the product, but so will Morocco, as the Argan oil that's also used in the foundation has been harvested by a woman's co-operative in the North African country.
Described as being medium-coverage and very buildable, the foundation sticks come in a whopping 40 shades, with three undertones (warm, cool and neutral).
The sticks have been released through Lush Labs (so online only) and cost £16.95.
If you're keen to give them a try, they're a limited edition product and only available for one month, so you best act quick!
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