Sunday, December 30th, 2012


bareMinerals Remix Collection for Spring 2013

In this high fidelity collection for eyes, cheeks and lips, bold, bass-thumping brights meet sheer, high-gloss finishes for an effect that’s unapologetically audacious yet effortlessly wearable. This limited edition collection, available in custom aqua-sheen packaging, features new Loud & Clear™ Lip Sheers and exclusive fully saturated shades in a harmony of warms, cools, brights and deeps that ebb and fl ow together seamlessly for endless customized looks.

A collection inspired by the elusive moment when pulsating energy meets tranquil clarity. You know the moment when the music is blasting, the crowd is going wild and you can just feel the beat, inside and out? All wrapped up in the sound, the chords swirl around you, vibrant and alive, taking total control. Nothing else matters. You live it, breathe it, everything is suddenly still…and it all seems to make sense.

bareMinerals Ready Eyeshadow 4.0 ($30.00)

  • The Next Big Thing Sunlit gold, glowing copper, vibrant peach, smoky plum
  • The Wild Thing Iridescent aqua, bronzed taupe, electric chartreuse, deep marine blue

Round the Clock Waterproof Eyeliner ($15.00)

  • Midnight Navy

Flawless Definition Mascara ($18.00)

  • Black Black
  • Aqua Blast Teal

bareMinerals Ready Blush ($22.00)

  • The Natural High Flush

Bronzing Mineral Veil Finishing Powder Broad Spectrum SPF 25 ($19.00)

Secret Radiance All-Over Face Color ($19.00)

A year-round complexion booster that gives skin a radiant glow for a uniquely beautiful lit-from-within effect. It buffs on a naturally luminescent, sheer sheen. Because of the ability to be layered in any combination, the skin enhancer brings out a natural-looking radiance in your complexion.

Loud & Clear Lip Sheer ($15.00)

Amp up lips with a translucent splash of vivid high-fidelity color and soft glistening shine. The sheer gel loads lips with shea butter and jojoba seed oil for maxed-out moisture while nourishing and conditioning lips.

  • Amped Pink Pink
  • Tangerine Trance Tangerine
  • Berry Remix Berry

Availability: Now @ Nordstrom

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29 thoughts on “bareMinerals Remix Collection for Spring 2013

  1. Nicoco Chanel

    Aaa The Wild Thing looks lovely. If my NY’s promise wasn’t to use up some of my surplus make up, I would be on that so fast.

  2. I am LOVING The Natural High blush! It lookes too bright and shimmery in the pan, but it actually lovely on the skin – like a glowing kind of flush.

  3. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Amy xamyx

    This entire collection just seems so “dated”… In fact, when I saw the promo pic, the first thing that came to mind was a 1980s CoverGirl ad. I have no doubt the actual products are great, but the colors just don’t appeal to me.

    • Stacey

      Ha Ha….yes, so true…just without the mirrors. What I dont like about bareMinerals is the loose foundation….not when it is applied onto the face…but the residual that cakes onto the container ….not easily removed…so I think, “gee, is this stuff also caked onto my face?….eeek!

      • Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Amy xamyx

        I’ve only tried the loose foundation a few times (sample sizes from Sephora & BE), so I probably didn’t have them long enough to have that happen. Also, I keep all my powder products out of the bathroom (I have “built-ins” in my bedroom closet where I store my makeup, or under the bed, LOL), so maybe moisture causes that? As for on my face, I “set” my mineral powders with 2-3 spritzes of rosewater & glycerin, and buff it out with a flat kabuki brush, so I’ve never experienced any “caking” (I also have fairly dry skin).

  4. I am already in love with this collection and I haven’t even seen or tried the products :-)

  5. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of hazel Hazel

    Those greens are nice in the palette but the model photo is just awful and doesn’t make me want to buy it to look like a 12 year.

  6. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Kami Kami

    The only product that appeals to me is The Next Big Thing. The colors are very typical to what I like to use. Then again I never tried their eyes shadows before. The rest of the collection though does not intrigue me.

  7. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Lisa Lisa

    Wow the wild thing looks awesome. Love all those colors!

  8. The Wild Thing looks awesome!

  9. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Brenda Brenda

    Christine, do you know if these are only U.S. prices or are they applicable to Canada as well? I have noticed a few companies are now pricing both countries the same.

  10. While it is nice to see them branch out to pressed powders, I can’t help but feel that they are losing sight of what made them popular to begin with. I love their loose powders and shadows – hands down the best. I wish they would come up with more of those options rather than make everything pressed. The being said, I did purchase one of the luminizers you reviewed (because of your positive review), but I haven’t had any luck with their other pressed products.

    • Doesn’t bareMinerals have like 400+ colors? I swear I remember someone saying they had over 500 bareMineral eyeshadows once! If that’s the case, I can see why they’re focusing on expanding the pressed range – since it’s nowhere near that amount (yet).

      • Cecilia

        It certainly feels like they that 400+ colors. I’ve been focused on the pressed duos/quads/palettes myself. Seeing alll those little containers of loose powder at the store kinda overwhelms you, lol.

      • Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Amy xamyx

        They’ve released several loose shadows over the years, but they’ve also made most of those LE in the last few (usually in blockbuster Holiday sets). It seems they only carry about 20 or so that are in the core range, and those have pretty much stayed the same over the last few years. The only way to get new colors is to wait for the Holiday sets, but those are so expensive if you really only want a few shades. I would love it if they “introduced” new shades in these sets every year, and then pick 7-10 (at least) to sell as singles the following year.

      • Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Ioana Cami

        Not to mention the success they have had with their pressed powders (especially the Ready 2.0 Palettes), it’s no wonder they want to continue that.

        Speaking of the Ready 2.0 palettes, the Star Treatment is amazing, do you think they’ll be coming out with another one soon?

    • Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Amy xamyx

      This, IMO, is a response to the momentum tarte has gained over the last couple of years. Also, a big “complaint” was how “messy” the loose powders can be. I actually prefer them to the pressed shadows myself, as I find them alot more versitile. I’ve actually used them with lip gloss, and with mixing mediums to use as liners; I want to experiment with nail polish, next.

    • Brian

      The core line isn’t going anywhere any time soon. The person behind the idea of the READY line was Leslie, the founder of bareMinerals and it was created not only to fulfill her own desire to see solid minerals but she was also acting upon user requests she’s gotten over the years from fans.

      Fans of the loose mineral really have nothing to fear. At the boutiques, we use both loose and READY every day. I personally don’t think of the READY as being a permanent solution but merely just another option. You can’t beat an original, right? Well, the READY isn’t claiming to try.

      Just an FYI, for those who are fans of the loose mineral eyeshadows, a new line of matte eyeshadows launches today with the Remix Spring collection and Multi-Wrinkle Repair serum.

      Disclaimer: I am an employee for bareMinerals.

  11. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Cat Cat

    I love the two quads, and maybe the blush, but totally agree the ad seems dated. Hope the quads get reviewed here!

  12. Amy

    I’m happy that they’re coming out with bright colors but it’s probably gonna look dark on my skin.

  13. The collection looks beautiful, and I’ve been super-impressed with the Ready line so far. I’m really looking forward to this collection!

    That said, the promo pic is not great. If I were to just see that and not the images of the actual products, I would not be tempted to run out and get this collection.

  14. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Malia Malia

    ooh those lip balms look nice!

  15. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Elise ProperIntro

    I hope to see a review on tangerine :)

  16. Haha wow I don’t know if I could’ve designed a collection less “me” if I tried

  17. Emma Lynn

    For any UK reader this collection is iut in feb x