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The perfect balance between a beachy bronze and a healthy glow, this lightweight, non-drying powder compliments a wide range of skin tones across all seasons.
Silky-smooth, ultra-fine milled powder that color corrects and sets makeup while giving skin an airbrushed finish. Hydrates and absorbs oil to keep skin balanced.
An organics-based, multi-tasking true-black mascara that lengthens, curls, volumizes and lifts lashes to bring eyes center stage. NOCTURNE provides a lacquered silken look with a classically glamorous, feathery finish.
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Hynt beauty products are formulated with organic ingredients wherever possible, and are all vegan except for the mascara, which uses beeswax so as not to compromise the stunning finish and efficiency that we promise across all of our products. Formulated with organic ingredients that are rich in antioxidants, extracts and oils that hydrate, soothe and rejuvenate the skin, what we choose to put into our skin-perfecting formulas is just as important to us as what we choose not to include. Hynt is non-comedogenic and free of toxins, gluten, parabens, silicone and talc as well as animal and cruelty-free (PETA approved). There are no GMOs, FD&C dyes (except for the Aria Lipstick in Red Fervor) Carmines, phthalates, irritating bismuth oxychloride, or nanoparticles used in any of the formulations. We do not use artificial preservatives, and instead tap into the potent natural antimicrobial and antibacterial powers of herbs, plants, and flowers.
Every rule has its exception. While we all agree that making the switch to natural beauty alternatives helps us and our families lead healthier and…Continue reading
There’s no turning back, we’re now well into the Holiday season and most of the leaves have fallen. Sure, switching wardrobes from summer to winter is…Continue reading