83% would repurchase
I had to laugh at myself: $52 on loose powder, when I've got dry, fine-textured skin and rarely wear foundation. Did I need this? Did I need T. LeClerc, or Shu Uemur
84% would repurchase
I wanted to add the ingredients list above, but for some reason, it won't let me. So I'm adding them here:
Talc, aluminum hydroxide, methylparaben, propylparaben,
78% would repurchase
Well, this is my best replacement to my HG of powders that decided to cheap out (Christian Dior's Poudre Libre, after a long run as a high-quality, finely-milled loo
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My skin: I have the kind of combo skin where the oily pores sucks in whatever product I have on, mixes it with some sticky sebum,
After reading the raving comments about this product, I bought it on sale on strawberrynet (love this website) and couldn't wait to try it.
The smell is fantastic
80% would repurchase
As a makeup artist, whose clients are most women of color, consider this review...
PRO: mattes the face
CON: 1. Messy, flies everywhere. 2. APPEARS IN FLASH PH
73% would repurchase
This is an ultra fine powder which gives a light, slightly iridescent finish. It is virtually weightless and you wonít risk looking caked on even if you donít blot b
GENERAL DESCRIPTION Light yellow loose powder. Comes in different sizes, from 1.5 to 3 ounces. Around $7-$10, respectively.
77% would repurchase
Hey, did you know Sonia Kashuk's Brightening Powder is almost identical to this? It runs around $10.00.
Mercier Secret Brightening Powder:
Talc, Silica, Dimethic
79% would repurchase
I wanted to love this product SO MUCH, but alas, after several attempts it's just WAY WAY WAY to glittery for me. I've read many positive reviews, but I feel that if
For those who are familiar, the texture and finish of this loose powder is very similar to MUFE's Super Mat powder, but even lighter and with less oil control. I do
74% would repurchase
(Please see my pictures for a full-size before and after makeover of Everyday Minerals)
I have just recently switched to EM after cautiously readin
76% would repurchase
New York Color (NYC) Loose Translucent Powder:
I paid $2.56 for this loose powder. I actually like this much better than some high end loose powders.