Clean makeup brand ILIA has just released three brand new fall products, perfect for any warm autumn look you could imagine.  Each product embraces ILIA’s dedication to clean products that include organic bases, vivid color, and active botanicals, resulting in trustworthy products that will take care of your skin during the transition from toasty summer days to chilly autumn nights.

ILIA’s first fall product, the CLEAN GEL EYELINER, comes in the shades Twilight (black) and Dusk (brown), perfect for completing a more demure day look or heightening the intensity for an evening smokey-eye.  ILIA’s eyeliners are cleanly formulated, free of harmful ingredients like carbon black. The soft tip of the gel eyeliner makes for easy, pencil-like application, as they effortlessly glide on the lids, allowing you to blend out before setting.  What’s more, once applied, these eyeliners will stay put due to their water resistance, meaning your clean makeup look will stay that way all day.

In addition to their gel eyeliner, ILIA will also release their Clean Line Liquid Liner.  This liquid liner is ILIA’s first ever fine and flexible felt tip applicator, and is just as reliable as their gel eyeliner.  Like the gel eyeliner, the liquid liner glides over the lash line with ease, guaranteeing long lasting definition whether it’s used as a subtle tight line or for a bold cat-eye.  The classic black liner is also cleanly formulated while still providing a quick dry without running or feathering.

Finally, to pair with the eyeliners, ILIA is releasing 6 pan, talc free, cleanly formulated powder eyeshadow palettes in Cool Nude and Warm Nude shades, perfect for the fall aesthetic.  These highly pigmented, silky shadows are easily blendable and are brushed on smoothly. Each palette comes with a variety of matte, satin, and metallic finishes to help you achieve any look you desire.  The slimline component and large mirror allows for on-the-go application and touch ups, further ensuring your look will remain fresh throughout the day and night.

By Sam Spotswood