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Natural + Organic Makeup | 9 Must-Have Mascaras

9 Natural + Organic Must-Have Mascaras

If you’re looking for a list of the cleanest mascaras, that work well – these are some of the best in the biz! Whether you want voluptuous lashes that look like falsies, or just enough lash to enhance your natural beauty – don’t bat an eye without these must-have, natural + organic mascaras!

Try

  1. Zuzu Luxe Mascara
  2. Real Purity Mascara
  3. Physician’s Formula Organic Wear Fakeout Mascara
  4. 100% Pure Fruit Pigmented Mascara
  5. Gabriel Cosmetics Color Mascara
  6. Logona Naturkosmetik Volume Mascara
  7. Poofy Organic’s I Am Goddess Mascara
  8. Jane Iredale Longest Lash Mascara
  9. Afterglow Cosmetics Organic Infused Pure Soul Mascara

Profesh Tips

  • For a natural look – just apply a quick coat.
  • For more oomph – apply a few coats + allow for drying time in between.
  • To prevent raccoon eyes, apply powder foundation under your eyes.
Have you tried any of these natural + organic mascaras? Let me know you thoughts in the comments below!  
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14 Comments

  • Reply
    Jamie
    September 8, 2013 at 11:07 pm

    Have you ever tried/ heard of Honeybee Gardens Truly Natural Mascara? (~$10) What do you think of their ingredients? I put the physicians formula over to get more volume. I also use their lipsticks.

    • Reply
      Danielle
      September 8, 2013 at 11:16 pm

      Hey Jamie!

      I haven’t tried it, but I noticed they use water (which means they need a preservative) + ethylhexylglycerin in their ingredients, which I don’t use :( I just got their lipstick, but haven’t tried it yet – all ingredients look ok though. Review of that coming soon!

      XO
      Danielle :)
      The GG

      • Reply
        Gemma
        February 19, 2014 at 4:50 pm

        Hello Danielle. I’m a little confused. From your comment it sounds like mascaras that list water in their ingredients should be avoided. But many of the mascaras you recommended list water in their ingredients. Can you please clarify what you meant? Thanks!

        • Reply
          Danielle
          February 20, 2014 at 12:17 am

          Hey Gemma!

          Sure! I try to avoid water at all costs in any beauty products, because it always requires a preservative so it doesn’t get moldy. Unfortunately, most mascaras do contain water, so it really depends on the preservative. I try to choose the lesser of the evils when it comes to this. To see what I try to avoid, check here. Hope this helps!

          XO
          Danielle :)

  • Reply
    Sarita Coren
    September 9, 2013 at 12:54 pm

    Great selection of mascaras here, Danielle! I love the Physician’s Formula Organic Wear mascaras a lot. Real Purity is another awesome brand with really clean ingredients. I just heard that Alima Pure is launching a new mascara that I’m eager to try. Plus I’ve heard good things about Ava Anderson’s and Ilia Beauty’s mascaras. I still can’t believe how many natural mascaras there are now! Years ago you could barely find one with clean ingredients (possibly one brand was Real Purity because they’ve been around a while). Most still give me raccoon eyes by mid-afternoon, so I’m still testing my faves. Thanks for a really fun post and great pic!! xo

    • Reply
      Danielle
      September 9, 2013 at 6:29 pm

      Thanks Sarita!

      I just heard about Alima as well + am looking forward to it too!:) Unfortunately,Ilia uses some ingredients I don’t use, so that’s a no-go for me.

      XO
      Danielle :)
      The GG

  • Reply
    Julie Paul
    December 23, 2013 at 9:25 pm

    Hi Danielle! I am a newbie to organic cosmetics and want to start slowly switching everything over. Which mascara is going to give me the voluptuous falsies look? Thank you for the time you put into this fabulous website!

    Regards,
    Julie

    • Reply
      Danielle
      December 26, 2013 at 11:34 pm

      Thanks for reading Julie! :)

      That’s a toughie with natural + organic mascaras… For voluptuous lashes, I like the Jane Iredale + Logona, but am also currently using a semi-natural one that I found after writing this… from Alima Pure.

      XO <3

  • Reply
    Caryn
    July 14, 2014 at 5:53 pm

    HI. I love your site. Your voice is friendly, authentic and incredibly knowledgeable. Thank you for all your intel. Have you used Mineral Fusion mascara (or any other makeup?) If so, what are your thoughts?

    • Reply
      Danielle
      July 14, 2014 at 7:44 pm

      Aw, Thank You Caryn! :) I’ve never tried Mineral Fusion’s Mascara, but a lot of their makeup contains Phenoxyethanol – an ingredient I try to avoid. You’ll be happy to know that I’ll be updating this post soon, with a more extensive list though! XO <3

  • Reply
    Lisa
    July 16, 2014 at 10:16 pm

    Have you heard of Sweet Minerals and tried any of their make up items?

    • Reply
      Danielle
      July 16, 2014 at 10:24 pm

      Hey Lisa! I haven’t, but I have to admit, I’m not really a huge fan of MLM companies. I also couldn’t find complete ingredient lists for their products, just a list of key ingredient benefits. That’s usually a red flag for me. I only work with + support companies that fully disclose their ingredients to the public on their websites because I think we have a right to know what we’re putting on out bodies. ;) Hope that helps! XO <3

  • Reply
    genny
    September 18, 2014 at 3:12 pm

    Hey Danielle, I’ve been following to your blog for awhile now; referring to your reviews when I’m in need product recommendations Recently I have been on the look out for a quality mascara that regret wont follow after purchasing; however, as many of us are know remorse after purchase happen more often then not. Was referring to your mascara’s, Jane Iredale’s is listed. Having used Jane Iredale’s mascara before having inconsistent results, sometimes it works great, and others not so much. However, when I use lash primers the results for most mascara’s change dramatically, from so-so too WOW results. Do you have any lash primers recommendations with healthy ingredients, and won’t costing a weeks pays to recommend?

    • Reply
      Danielle
      September 19, 2014 at 1:38 am

      Hey Genny! Thanks! :) I hear you, girl! Clean Mascaras that work well are tough to find! The only lash primer I’ve found with somewhat clean ingredients, is the one from Jane Iredale, but it is pricey. I don’t know of any others at the moment + I never used a lash primer at all until cleaning up my beauty routine because my conventional ones always worked so well. I wish I had a better answer :/ + promise to keep you updated! XO <3

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