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    07 - natural beige
    08 - rosy beige
    09 - golden beige
    11 - light beige
    12 - honey beige
    16 - redness balancing

    Some redness around the nose, dark circles, a small sun spot… You need a product which, with one stroke of the brush, conceals what you don’t want to show. Your complexion will be simply amazing. This lightly powdered Concealer comes in six shades to match all skin tones.

    NOTE - shades appear a bit darker on swatches then they are; please use shade descriptions as well to help pick a colour. 

    Key Ingredient:

    Organic carnauba wax - protects and softens.


    Natural, light, and powdery.

    Made in Paris, France.

    07 - natural beige; light to medium....amazing neutral shade that looks good on many skin tones

    08 - rosey beige; light to medium for rosy/pink undertone

    09 - golden beige; medium to tan olive skin tone

    11 - light beige; light to very pale skin tone

    12 - honey beige; light skin tone

    16 - redness balancing; for covering redness (yup it works!)

    NOTE - not sure why this company doesn't put their numbers in order from light to darker; sorry but not our doing. :)


    Squalane - Silica - Cera Alba (Beeswax)* - Copernicia Cerifera (Carnauba) Wax* - Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Sweet Almond) Oil* - Olive Oil Decyl Esters** -  Adansonia Digitata Seed Oil* - Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter* - Essential Oils  (For Fragrance) - Squalene - Tocopherol. [+/- : May Contain : CI 77492 (Iron oxides) - CI 77491 (Iron oxides) - CI 77891 (Titanium dioxide) - CI 77499 (Iron oxides)]

    *Ingrédient issu de l'Agriculture Biologique/ Ingredient From Organic Farming

    **Transformé à partir d'ingrédients biologiques/Made using organic ingredients  

    All Couleur Caramel cosmetics use PLA packaging - it's a bioplastic derived from the natural fermentation of corn starch; it's fully biodegradable, can be recycled, or used as compost.