Jane Iredale professional makeup service at Beauty Grace
Mineral Makeup Fundamentals
Get trained 1:1 by one of our experts, to learn the fundamentals of makeup application to ensure that you’re on the right track. Our 30 minute, 1:1 makeup lesson focuses just on you. Starting off with a Jane Iredale demonstration, you then get to try out, feel and witness the Jane Iredale makeup revolution. Learn well kept trade secrets on how to create a flawless look for any occasion. This 1:1 lesson with one of our experts, is suitable to those who have had with little to no experience with the art of makeup for 30 minutes. Jane Iredale products are professional products prescribed by qualified skin care practitioners like Beauty Grace, who have been extensively trained on the products. A Jane Iredale consultation costs $80. However, this fee is waived when purchasing $180 or more of Jane Iredale products (thus, making this consultation service FREE!)
Radiance and Flawless in 20 minutes
Small things really can change lives. A foundation, a brush and a spray. They seem so simple and yet they make us feel beautiful, cover up things we don’t want seen, protect us from the sun, and give us confidence to face the world. A Jane Iredale consultation costs $60. However, this fee is waived when purchasing $120 or more of Jane Iredale products (making consultations FREE)!This services are fully redeemable with a product purchase on the day of service.
Complexion Camouflage Makeup
Supported by plastic surgeons and dermatologists, Jane Iredale mineral makeup have changed the perception of makeup, becoming an integral part of patient care due to their benefits to the skin and its ability to conceal almost any imperfection. Medical camouflage makeup is perfect application to cover and protect skin following medical aesthetic treatments such as laser, dermal filler, anti wrinkle injections, chemical peels, acne, rosacea and pigmentation problem. A Jane Iredale consultation costs $120. However, this fee is waived when purchasing $200 or more of Jane Iredale products (making consultations) FREE!This services are fully redeemable with a product purchase on the day of service.
FAQ about Jane Iredale makeup
What makes Jane Iredale makeup so special and different?
The Jane Iredale® range is known as THE SKIN CARE MAKEUP. It is very safe to be used on the skin considering that it is recommended by the world’s leading re-constructive and cosmetic surgeons as well as dermatologists.
Combining with the latest colours, tied with skin-care benefits, Jane Iredale provides an extensive and comprehensive line of mineral cosmetics with integrity, enriching the lives of women through its effectiveness, beauty and simplicity.
With no chemical preservatives, no nano particle sizes, Bismuth Oxychloride, parabens, talc, fillers or FD and C dyes across the entire range – Jane Iredale is the only pure mineral cosmetic!
Sun Protection, all Jane Iredale products provide protection from both UV-A and UV-B rays and are formulated with chemical-free sunscreen actives. Our mineral sunscreen actives, titanium dioxide and zinc oxide, provide instant, Broad Spectrum, Water Resistant 40 Minutes, sun protection. Jane Iredale products have earned the Skin Cancer Foundation Seal of Recommendation. To earn this seal, a manufacturer must provide scientific data showing that its products sufficiently and safely aid in the prevention of sun-induced damage to the skin.
Adherence, Jane Iredale minerals bind together upon application so they resist running, creasing and smearing.
Is the makeup safe for all skin types?
It’s important to know that anyone can be allergic or sensitive to anything. However, we have eliminated the top three sensitizers from our makeup, synthetic fragrance, petroleum based colorants and synthetic preservatives. We’ve also tested every product for sensitivity on a 50-person test panel in a laboratory. Individuals with extreme chemical sensitivities wear our makeup successfully.
Is it all right to use it on acne-prone skin?
If you are under a doctor’s care for acne, ask her first. Otherwise, we feel confident that our makeup will not make acne-prone skin worse and may even help it. Our makeup is completely non-comedogenic and allows the skin to breathe and function normally. It also easily covers the redness common with eruptions. We have had many aestheticians report to us that they have seen an improvement in the skins of their clients since they have been using jane iredale.
Is it necessary to wear additional sunscreens when using the minerals?
No. You may if you wish. We always believe that you can’t wear too much protection in the sun. However, be careful of comedogenic or sensitivity reactions to some chemical sunscreens. Because our minerals provide a physical sunscreen, there is no need to wait for protection to begin.
Does Liquid Minerals have an SPF?
No, but it has ingredients such as Coenzyme Q10 and Vitamin C that help to repair the cells suffering from UV damage. If you apply a layer of powdered minerals over Liquid Minerals, you are helping to repair and protect the skin.
How soon can the makeup be applied after laser, microdermabrasion or peels?
The minerals can be applied immediately after a microdermabrasion or a light peel provided the skin has not been broken. They will not only cover the redness, but the titanium dioxide and zinc oxide are known anti-inflammatories that will help to calm the inflammation. It is important to replace the stratum corneum that has been lost after these kinds of procedures. The stratum corneum is the body’s first defense against the sun.
Application after laser resurfacing must depend on the physician’s permission, which can be from 5-12 days depending on the kind of laser and how deeply it was used. It is essential for healing skin to be protected from the sun. Minerals provide this as well as coverage and soothing properties.
What moisturiser is best used with the powders?
Your favorite. Just wait for it to be absorbed so that you have a smooth canvas on which to work. If you don’t wait, the powders will grab unevenly.
What are the coloring agents in your cosmetics?
We color mostly with iron oxides. We use lakes where we need more intense colors. These lakes are natural dyes bonded to a calcium substrate. We use ultramarines (ground Lapis Lazuli, a blue mineral) and chromium oxide greens in our blue and green eye shadows. We use small amounts of carmine in some products when brighter colors are required. Vegans and others concerned about animal derived products will want to avoid the makeup colors containing carmine. Check the “vegan/gluten” tab on each product page for more information.
Are the powders drying?
No, quite the reverse. Our minerals actually trap moisture between the skin and the particle layer. The conception that powders are drying comes from the high use of talc in most formulas – up to 90%!
Is the loose or pressed powder better for post-laser?
Either will cover the redness and give the necessary sun protection. You might want to bear in mind, however, that the new skin after laser is extremely sensitive and the fewer ingredients you have to worry about, the better. The loose powders contain less than the pressed. Our advice on lasered skin is to keep it as simple as possible.
Will the minerals cover bruising or birthmarks?
Yes. However, the shadow of some dark bruising may show through. Try Disappear, the peach Circle\Delete or Enlighten to camouflage anything that the powders won’t. Please refer to the individual products to learn how to use them.
What does the ‘water and perspiration proof’ rating mean?
Under the new FDA monograph, no manufacturer is allowed to claim a “water proof” rating. After the appropriate laboratory testing is completed, products may now say Water Resistant (80 minutes) or Water Resistant (40 minutes.)
If you are wearing our minerals and are perspiring heavily or swimming or you’ve been caught in the rain, don’t wipe your face with the towel – just pat it. You may remove a small amount of the minerals, but the majority will stay on the skin. If you are exercising in the sun, it would be wise to brush on another layer of minerals after you’ve dried you face. Please visit our Product Testing page for more information.
Does Jane Iredale work on older or ageing skin?
Yes. Because this is a light-reflective cosmetic, it obscures the look of fine lines and wrinkles and gives a healthy glow to the skin, making it look younger. Matte makeup absorbs light and allows the eye to see “into” the skin. On a very lined skin, after applying the minerals, it is helpful to spritz with our D2O, Balance or POMMISST hydration sprays. This sets the makeup, softens lines and gives a dewy look. The technique of spritzing the sponge first and applying the minerals as a wash also helps to minimize the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles and large pores.
Do the eye shadows crease?
Generally not, although those with oily eyelids (unusual) may want to apply our lid primers first, Canvas, Petal and Lemon, which effectively control oil. A layer of PureMatte on the lids first can also be effective
May I use Jane Iredale with Retin-A?
Yes. Our makeup can be used with any skin care regimen. The sunscreen protection our minerals provide is especially important while using Retin-A or AHAs.
Do men use Jane Iredale?
Yes. The minerals are undetectable, thus, they feel comfortable wearing them. In fact, newscasters are now using the powders on high definition television because their old makeup was obvious to the television cameras.
Is it O.K. to put your blush on eyes?
Yes, because we don’t use FD&C dyes in our blushes. FD&C dyes are not allowed for use around the eye area.
How long does it take to apply a full makeup, and is the makeup easy to apply?
Ten to fifteen minutes and it will last all day with minimal need for touch-ups!
Yes! The problem that first-time wearers commonly encounter is that they apply too much. Because they are used to using makeup that has large amounts of filler and not a lot of “pay-off,” they use the same techniques when applying jane iredale. With minerals, less is more. Please refer to the individual products for technique details.