September 24, 2015

Bare Minerals Foundation and Mineral Veil Collector’s Edition for Holiday 2015

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bare minerals collector's edition holiday 2015

If you’re like me you love pretty makeup packaging! And this year, Bare Minerals has been busy creating a gorgeous selection of vanity worthy makeup pieces for Holiday 2015!

The new Bare Minerals Deluxe Collector’s Edition Foundation and Mirror Compact available on QVC is so gorgeous and it really is making me wish I was a Bare Minerals Foundation user. You can also get your hands on the Bare Deluxe Original Foundation Collector’s Edition as well as the Bare Minerals Deluxe Mineral Veil Collector’s Edition.

These are deluxe sizes of the original so you’re getting 0.6 oz of product versus the normal 0.2 size.

Each of the powders comes packaged in a gold and red box ready for gifting and they have a sparkly jewel encrusted top! These would make beautiful gifts for the BE lover in your life!

The Bare Minerals Foundation is $42 and Mineral Veil Collector’s Edition is $36 and both are available now at


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  • Ashlynn

    Packaging is beautiful! I know it’s the packaging as well…but it’s these price heights that pushed me to learn how to make my own foundation. My foundation with the same ingredients (minus Bsimuth in which I replaced with Boron Nitride and Boron glow) but perhaps not the exact formulation (but very close!) costs me $4.60 a jar with the one time cost of the jar which is $4.00 for a nice one, wholesale. The initial cost of the ingredients is about the same price, around $40 but makes about 10 jars. Making makeup isn’t for everyone but if you like mineral foundation and have a smaller budget, it’s a neat deal =) The packaging looks very nice though! I hope Bare minerals makes a Bismuth free version soon though for those that are irritated by it.

  • laris

    Why arent you a bare minerals user?! Its crazy, I went from being a medium coverage liquid foundation user and as soon as my acne cleared away i started moisturizing and began using the bare minerals powder and im so impressed with the luminous and crazy natatural finish it gives which is so surprising for a powder!? I feel like its wayyy underrated or not as popular as it used to be.

    • Isabella Muse

      Because the bismuth in the powder makes me itchy and I have dry skin so mineral powder isn’t a good pick for my skin type.