Everydayminerals is the first mineral makeup brand that I have used, they have a huge selection of products and their latest addition are skincare products!
I have not yet tried their skincare products out, ( soon hopefully! ) but I have liked everything that I have ordered so far. It's also nice that they offer 'try me' sets for free, and all you have to do is pay for shipping which is about $3.23 for me.
Eco tools is a brand most are familiar with, their makeup brushes are made out of bamboo and recycled aluminum. and they are incredibly soft and cheap!
I have 2 of their brush sets, the 6 pc. brush set (above) and the 5 pc. mineral brush set. I have been using these brushes for more than a year now and they are still soft, no shedding at all too. They can be found at Target, Ulta and Walgreens. The price also depends on where you buy it.
Yes to brand, so... I call it yes to, there is a yes to carrot, yes to tomato, yes to blueberry, and yes to cucumber. Basically yes to fruits/vegetables! :D These are organic products for the skin and hair.
I have seen them around Target, Ross, and walgreens. I use the Yes to tomato shampoo (above), the smell is uh... refreshing? light, its a good scent! makes my hair soft. The only bad thing about it is the expiration date, so make sure to check the expiration date before buying it. (although I think it could still work?)
so those are the products I have had experience with but there are more eco friendly products out there such as Burts Bee, Sonia Kashuk's new brush sets, and Bare minerals. A lot of big companies are also making more earth friendly products, so check them out.