The perfect mineral make-up base?


Sienna Miller’s (pictured here in this month’s Elle Russia) style is effortlessly cool – her hair always tousled in just the right way and her eye make-up always perfectly smudged with kohl. Sienna’s beauty rules are simple, she favors nourishing, natural products like Korres Sunflower & Vitamin F Shampoo, Elemis’ Skin Nourishing Bath Milk and when it comes to make-up she creates her night time look with Bobbi Brown’s Gel Eyeliner, perfect for creating graphic 1960s, Edie Sedgwick style, flicks and keeps her complexion clear with Susan Posnick’s ColorFlo, a super light mineral make-up base.

I had heard of all of the above items except for Susan Posnick’s ColorFlo.  I looked it up, and here’s what I found!


SIMPLY BRUSH AND GO COLORFLO the finest milled mineral foundation in a luxurious, self-dispensing refillable brush.

With only nine all natural ingredients, COLORFLO provides powerful and completely natural sun protection. COLORFLO will not clog pores or irritate sensitive skin. In fact, the ingredients are so gentle, you can apply COLORFLO immediately after all skin treatments.

COLORFLO is offered in shades for every skin tone, plus the perfect Shimmer and the ideal Bronzer. Not sure which shade is right for you? Contact us at 877.280.6360 or


  • Sun protection that lasts in water
  • SPF 26
  • Anti-bacterial
  • Sweat proof and water resistant
  • Enriched with Vitamins A and E


  • Adjustable coverage gently sweep for light coverage; apply in circular motion for more coverage
  • Slide clear plastic sleeve up to create a smaller brush for more precise coverage
  • Use with concealer brush on blemishes
  • Wash brush thoroughly before refilling

$64.00 – BUY IT HERE!



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