Theia | True Olive

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WHO WEARS THEIA?  Golden Olive 

WHAT OTHER COLORS TO TRY: Amenti, Chang O, Hestia, Nanna

  • Each foundation grouping or family of colors are listed from lightest to darkest
  • There are 3 formulas available; Vapor (titanium dioxide free); Cloud (mica free); Luna, which is the original foundation
  • Have oily skin, then check out Cloud!
  • Titanium Dioxide makes your skin itch, check out Vapor or Astral
  • Have dry skin, then you will want Luna
  • Samples available for $2.25 (1/2 tsp)
  • Halfling sizes are 6 gm of product with rotating sifter for $14.75
  • Full size with rotating sifter 12 gm (Large 45 gm jar) of product for $24.50
  • Introducing our newest powder foundation Astral! This foundation contains only zinc oxide as a whitener so it it soothing for skin types which have rosacea and other irritations! Just added: Nova which is the heaviest foundation of the group. There are minimal ingredients, but it offers better coverage while not being heavy.
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CLOUD – Rice Powder, Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide, Kaolin Clay May Contain: Iron Oxides, Ultramarines

LUNA – Mica, Zinc Oxide, Titanium Dioxide May Contain: Iron Oxides, Ultramarines

VAPOR – Mica, Zinc Oxide, Kaolin Clay May Contain: Iron Oxides, Ultramarines

ASTRAL - Zinc Oxide, Mica May Contain: Iron Oxides, Ultramarines

NOVA - Kaolin Clay, Titanium Dioxide, Zinc Oxide May Contain: Iron Oxides, Ultramarines

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  • 4

    Posted by Ed on Apr 24th 2019

    Quite green
    Medium+ saturation
    Runs very, very light

    This is one of the best undertone matches I've ever come across. I'm mixed, so I can vary in overtones from winter to summer, but this wonderfully 'sallow'/yellow and green. I can see myself using this even as a mixer with more winter/grayer shades, and summer/golden shades.
    I'd say I'm fairly muted, and I can see this being too saturated if I tried for heavy coverage in the winter, but light-medium is perfectly workable.

    I don't quite like how it feels on the face, a little too emollient almost, and I can feel the foundation on my face more than other mineral powders I've used - but I'm trying out both Luna and Astral so that may be a formula preference to discover.
    So far I'd say it does wear away faster than I'm used to, but not too cakey/grainy in fading, fairly naturally.

    Unfortunately, these run very, very light. I ordered 3.5, semi guessing since swatches are hard to find. I'm still my winter shade, and I am always fairly light skinned indio-mexican/white. 3.5 matches the spots on my body that have almost never seen the sun. Guessing on the scaling, my summer shade will sit at least 6/7, so this is definitely not for any darker skinned friends out there, unless you wanted to mix with a foundation that needs to be more muted/ashy and more green. Which is a huge bummer.

    Overall, selfishly, pretty pumped for the color match, and definitely going to test more to find my best shade and formulation.