Beautylish had a chat with resident green beauty expert and celebrity makeup artist Tina Turnbow. She's got the access and know-how to work with some of the best products in the world, so we had to pick her brain for her top earth-friendly picks this spring. See which of Tina's favorites made the cut.
"This concealer has fantastic coverage and it's all natural. The color selection is great and the natural SPF protects your skin."
"This melds into the skin so well—the golden shimmer is perfect on any skin tone for that candlelit glow! It blends flawlessly into foundation or tinted moisturizer."
"A great moisturizing base for your makeup! This all-natural balm makes the skin smooth and soft, and the company is completely eco-friendly."
"I love how convenient this lip stain is—it's your liner, color, and shine all rolled into one adorable stick! The pigment is gorgeous on the lips and I love the ingredients."
"My absolute favorite mascara for plumping and lifting—nourishing ingredients also help condition the lashes."
"This formula is so light, yet evens skin tone nicely. It leaves the skin with a nice glow and has a bonus SPF 15."
"I love that this powder is totally translucent on the skin," says Tina, "the texture isn't too dry and cakey on the skin. Love the simple ingredients."
"How can this color not make you smile? It's the best pop of pink on the cheeks! I love the natural formula—the right combination of essential oils and pigments give this beauty balm its signature creamy and blendable formula."
"Another awesome multi-purpose stick. Petal pink is the best glowing rose—it gives a luscious, dewy effect on cheeks, eyes, and lips!"
"A hidden gem! This is the best navy blue to brighten your inner rims. You can easily smudge it into the lash line for a colorful pop this spring!"
Tina Turnbow is a New York City-based celebrity makeup artist whose work has graced the covers of Vogue, Elle, Harper's Bazaar, and Nylon. Her signature look is unpretentious, bold, and glowing. She's an avid "eco-beauty" and always strives to use the best possible products and ingredients for the skin and environment. Tina writes about all things beauty for the New York Times blog, T Magazine.