I second the Lush colour supplement and emotional brillance powder. My first time using this was last spring I have tried almost every brand of high quality foundation on the market. After trying this, I will never swich again. My skin has never looked or felt healthier. I am a fan of most of their products.
Lavera also has a natural beauty balm. Natural foundations in my opinion shouldn't contain any mystery ingredients. Like vinyl polymers and other chemicals. I have been to sephora and did not see anything that had truly natural ingredients. The #5 comment here is suggesting revlon as a natural foundation, when last year I had to recycle my glass revlon bottle after I realized it had several parabens :( Chemical preservatives are not something you would find in natural makeup. Or organic makeup for that matter. A google search and some youtube reviews of natural foundations should give some insight on coverage, consistency, and price point. I believe I have also seen some E.L.F. powder in bargain stores that did not contain any harmful ingredients but other than that, the organic and natural formulations are pricey. I would rather pay more to a company dedicated to not selling synthetic chemicals, who used sustainable practices, or even purchased carbon offsets than to most companies in drugstores who uses ingredients banned by the european union. This comment is a summary of my research, my opinion on what defines natural, and my understanding of what the kind life is about.