January 23, 2020

Bare Minerals The Beauty of Nature for Spring 2020 Featuring the Natural Oasis Eyeshadow Palette

Bare Minerals Beauty of Nature for Spring 2020 launched today and it includes The Beauty of Nature Gen Nude Eyeshadow Palette in Natural Oasis that caught my eye. I have to say the collection is much more appealing to me than last year’s Floral Topia which was beautiful but I like the warmer shades found in the Beauty of Nature Collection.

Which this launch they include a new Mineralist Hydra-Smoothing Lipstick ($20) which is a “clean” vegan friendly lipstick created with 19 ingreidents which they boost is 40% less than average top-selling lipstick formulas. It’s also created with 76% naturally derived extracts and botanicals. The formula is infused with European Sea Buckthorn Fruit Oil; Mediterranean Olive Oil for a soft, hydrating, creamy lipstick formula. Apparently this formula is great for drier lips and it’s available in nine shades.

Jump ahead for more on this collection!

The collection also includes two re-promoted shades (That Peach Tho and Call my Blush) of The Beauty of Nature Gen Nude Powder Blush in limited edition packaging.

There’s also a new The Beauty of Nature Glow Balm ($25) that’s a sheer illuminating balm that can be used on cheeks, eyes, or even lips created with Jojoba Seed Oil to hydrate and smooth skin while giving a touch of a dewy glow.

And finally, the item I have my eye on most of all, the new The Beauty of Nature Gen Nude Eyeshadow Palette in Natural Oasis. Yeah, I know, I don’t need another nude eyeshadow palette. But I do so like the combination of browns and greens.

Shades include:

  • Sandy Beach: Shimmering Cream(shimmer)
  • Papaya: Creamy Papaya(matte)
  • Cabana: Terracotta Brown(matte)
  • Red Hibiscus: Red Copper(shimmer)
  • Shimmering Sunset: Warm Violet(shimmer)
  • Palm Leaf: Rich Palm Green(matte)

Bare Minerals The Beauty of Nature for Spring 2020 is available now.

Where to buy

Bare Minerals Ulta

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  • Kish

    The palette so pretty! And Iā€™m very interested in the lipstick formula, I hate drying lipstick.

  • kjh

    Pretty. Sea buckthorn: glad that the US is listening to Asia. And the packaging is TDF. I want to see the eye palette on you, esp if you incorporate the green or violet.

  • Ann Marie

    On the BareMinerals website, they are showing a lot more than 9 shades of the new lipstick. I wonder if they are going to abandon some of their other lipsticks. I hope they keep the Gen Nude Radiant Lipstick and the BarePro lipstick, both of which I like.

  • Agona

    I love green! I wish they would do more blues and purples though. I bought the palette online from Ulta today. I almost bought the blushes from their website until I realized they were shades from their permanent line, boo. I might still because I don’t have either of those 2 shades.

    Random side note: There’s a new palette on QVC called “Coastal”. It looks like “Oasis” (from the “Glam Packed Essentials Pack” on Ulta but the shades are different. I’m not a big fan of the formula in either of the two palettes; they were manufactured in Canada not US like bareMinerals shadows normally are so I think they used a different manufacturer. They’re not as pigmented and they’re powdery but still build; I use them for work looks or when I need a lighter “day” look but it bothers me that the formula feels different. I hope they don’t switch it up for all their shadows.

    • Ann Marie

      I have the same “Coastal” palette, which was sold earlier by Ulta, possibly with a different name. I found it so powdery and so light that it was almost useless. I like lighter shades, but there was almost no pigment in these. You have to be very careful with your brush, because it kicks up a lot of powder, which is not a problem I’ve had before with BareMinerals.