Daily delight: Natio Pure Mineral Foundation

A couple of days ago I was happily re-acquainted with Australian beauty brand Natio, who have long been known for their quality, natural products at a price point that’s almost too good to be true. They’ve been around for over ten years now, but constantly update their range and reformulate old faves for better results, and I’m particularly excited about trying their Pure Mineral Foundation, which beauty editors across they Tasman are raving about. A liquid formulation,, it uses light reflecting minerals to bring light to the face and gently illuminates and softens the look of your skin, much like the ever-so-flattering light of candle (LOVE that!). It’s also incredibly natural looking when applied to the skin, cleverly adapting to your own particular tone and texture. Quick and easy to apply with just your fingers or a brush – although fingers are recommended to warm up the product before it touches your face – it’s also long lasting, with a soft and dewy finish. This sounds like a winner for the cooler months round these parts, and the perfect product to off set a strong brow and lip if you want to soften the effect. Oh, and the NZ RRP is a ridiculous $23.00, so you can’t afford not to give it a bash.


  1. Hi! i'm in need of a new foundation and I've been using MAC studio fix which is rediculously expensive in NZ. so I'm gonna go to farmers tomorrow and just wondering does the foundation look cakey at all and does it last long? I need a good daily foundation that covers my acne scars and also last ages. Have you tried Natio fluid makeup? if yes which one do you prefer? Thank you soo much!

  2. This might be a little sheer for you, Inika's mineral foundation is great and builds up really well depending on how much coverage you need. It's super good for your skin too! For flawless skin you can't go past M.A.C's Studio Sculpt, it's pricey but a tube lasts me six months or more as you don't need much to get an amazing result : )


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