Makeup goes green: 5 celebrity makeup and skincare brands worth trying

Makeup goes green: 5 celebrity makeup and skincare brands worth trying

More and more actresses, singers and influencers are looking to expand their business. Natural and sustainable brands are gaining popularity and celebrities are taking advantage of the trend. 

We list 5 celebrity makeup brands actually worth trying. 


Gwyneth Paltrow, Academy Award-winning actress and founder of Goop has joined forces with Juice Beauty as a Creative Director of makeup to expand its formulations, made with certified organic ingredients, under Gwyneth's creative leadership. She loves Juice Beauty because she chooses to work for a company "making organic beauty products that work.”


MDNA Skin is a collection of skincare products. The brand exists since 2014 but until last year it was only offered in the Asian market.

Among the strangest proposals is its chromed clay mask made from volcanic ash that helps clean the skin and is removed with a magnet!

It also offers more traditional alternatives, such as serums and anti-ageing creams.


In 2011, Salma launched Nuance, a series of makeup, body, and hair products that bring together natural compounds found in plants from her native Mexico.

After some time without news, this year it returned to the scene and presented its renewed collection, which is available at the CVS pharmacy chain in the United States at very friendly prices.


She was one of the last to venture into presenting her own make-up brand and she did it in a big way.

Fenty Beauty by Rihanna is not only a very complete make-up line, its great differential is that it has 40 different shades of matte bases so that everyone can find the perfect one for their skin.

Fenty Beauty is available online and in the famous perfume chain Sephora.


In 2012, the actress launched The Honest Company, a company that today is worth millions of dollars and offers all kinds of eco-friendly products: from a complete line for babies - which includes food - to makeup and a wide range of personal care items.

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