Fall is here again. Cooler weather and festive occasions call for bolder looks, but you don’t have to be a makeup artist or a beauty guru to achieve them! Ecco Bella Organic Beauty offers vegan makeup that’s organic and cruelty free. The colors in the range – from earthy taupes to vibrant reds – are made from highly pigmented flower colors. Erika and I wear looks that are effortless to create, in shades that bring out the natural beauty in any skin tone.
Our Cool Weather Color Picks
Make a statement with colors that are both vibrant and versatile. All of the products that we tried from Ecco Bella’s range were super pigmented and easily build-able making it simple to start with a light application for a more natural look, and layer on more eye shadow, lipstick, or blush to up the intensity of your look.
The Wild Rose Blush is a prime example of the huge color payoff that you find in Ecco Bella’s products. A little goes a long way – on Erika’s fair skin tone it imparts a deeper blush while on my deeper caramel complexion it provides a subtle pop of mauve pink.
A simple two-toned eye shadow look is perfect for a polished, no-fuss make up look. Erika and I swept Ecco Bella’s warm tan eye shadow, Camel, across our lids and layered Deep Taupe into the crease of our eyes. The result is a warm smoky eye look on Erika and a natural eye look with a subtle contour on me.
We tried out three of the FLOWERCOLOR Lipstick shades from Ecco Bella: Cafe au Lait, Rosewood, and REDvelation. Cafe au Lait was the perfect pinky mauve for Erika. Rosewood was the perfect red with a hint of orange for my warm skin undertones. REDvelation’s cooler deeper red provides the perfect bold statement lip for makeup lovers of any skin tone.
The looks and shades featured in this post are just a small sampling of the natural beauty products that Ecco Bella offers. Made in the USA, Ecco Bella’s products are made from organic, sustainably sourced, vegan ingredients that are never tested on animals. Visit their site to shop for all of your makeup, skin care, and hair care needs.
Jessica Carter is the Vegan Food and Lifestyle Coach at Compassion Over Killing (COK), a national non-profit animal protection organization based in Washington, DC. Committed to making plant-based eating more accessible for all, she organizes and hosts cooking demos, develops online trainings and multimedia content for TryVeg.com, and coordinates collaborations with vegan influencers. Her recipes have been featured on FOX45 Baltimore, Let’s Talk Live, and Good Morning Washington.