For the price, this powder is impressive. It is creamy and goes on smoothly & evenly. It sets foundation nicely and it keeps oil at bay. I have the Light/Medium shade and it is a nice match for my skintone.
My only complaint with this powder is the packaging. I wish it had a mirror. I also wish it had a nice, velour-ish puff instead of a tiny sponge. Aside from those issues, I do like this and would definitely purchase it again. For $2 and change, you really can't go wrong.
I'm an NC20-25 and I bought this in Fair, which works very nicely for me. I think it has a nice texture similar to Revlon Nearly Naked and maybe a little nicer than Rimmel Stay Matte. I think these three work very similarly for me in terms of keeping the shine away. Now for me, these three don't really keep me matte at all, but they don't get cakey when I reapply. And they do a nice job of making me look poreless when I set foundation with them using a sponge and light pressing/rolling method. It just doesn't last more than an hour for me with all three. I think the MAC Blot pressed powder does a better job of keeping me matte for slightly longer.
Because I absolutely have to touch up with powder constantly throughout the day, I really want my pressed powder to be in a non-bulky, classy portable compact with a mirror. The Rimmel gets an F in this regard because its huge, has no secure closing mechanism and no mirror. The Revlon Nearly Naked powder has this overly large rectangular shape, but thankfully the powder itself is a very common size so I can depot it and put into my fancy silver Prescriptives compact or any MAC Studio Fix or Blot black pressed powder compact.
The W&W powder comes in a thin, minimal plastic compact which is pretty cheap-looking, but nicely small and light. But it doesn't have a mirror and the near-killer is that the powder itself is a very unconventional square shape which makes it hard to fit into a standard small pressed powder compact. For the smallest empty palette I could find that fits this powder de-potted, I had to go to Target and buy the e.l.f. eyeshadow palette ($1) and pull out the tray with the round cutouts for eyeshadows. It's not minimal and it's a white plastic elf palette, but it does have a mirror and will allow me to carry the W&W pressed powder around with me so I can use it with a mirror.
*background: I like to use loose powders over liquid or creams, and pressed powders by themselves. I also have oily, acne prone skin.
*I feel that this powder is a good choice to use alone if you don't have too many problem areas. Unfortunately, I have several problem areas and think this powder works best with a little concealer or foundation. The colors I use are Medium and Light/Medium. I find that these are very yellow colored powders and turn a bit orange on my medium brown skin, giving me an orange-brown look. That said, these are great little powders for being so inexpensive. Overall, this is a good powder to try.
I was surprised how much I like this powder. I usually use stay matte by rimmel, but this is somewhat similar and only $2.99 (Although it is hard to find in my area). It can look a bit cakey, but that may be how I apply it. Today I wore it over Estee Lauder double wear & it kept me matte for the 6 hours I had makeup on (Partly could be the foundation, too). Either way, it's a good product for the price.
Got this on sale for $2 at Walgreens. I wanted a nice setting powder to keep in my makeup kit. I liked the sleek, small design of the packaging. The powder itself is a little chalky and settles in the fine lines under my eyes. It doesn't do a great job of oil control over time but it sets my foundation nicely. Overall, it's a good powder for the price. I'd probably buy Rimmel Stay Matte if I need another powder in this price range. As for another drugstore product, I'd buy Maybelline brand over this but I'd be paying a little more. This is a case of you get what you pay for.
This set my make up perfectly! It's light and not cakey at all from my experience. I got the shade fair/light and it was a good match. It did a great job of controlling my oily spot and masking my redness. I actually prefer this over my Maybelline Dream Matte Powder! The packaging is light and convenient for carrying in your purse. However, I deducted for No mirror and not a lot of product. I'm a little afraid that bc the layer of product in the pan is thin that it will break:/ I find this is best applied with a fluffy face brush. I would recommend this to anyone with normal to oily skin wanting a flawless matte finish! Wet 'n' wild, I'm so proud! You've come along way!
I bought this power in fair to set my under eye concealer for a more brightening effect. Let me say it's amazing for that! It lasts long and keeps me crease free for hours. Highly recommended.
This powder makes my skin look flawless.I wear it to set the Coverall creme foundation and my skin looks flawless.Wet n Wild has now put out the best foundation I've ever used!!
I like this alot, it adds great coverage without using foundation before this. I got light/medium and it's a tiny bit dark for me so i put a very light powder over it to make it look natural and perfect. I recommend this :)
Wet n Wild really made a good one here!! It comes in a large square pan with a nice textured sponge for application but I like to apply pressed powders and loose powders with a large fluffy brush. This product, Coverall, does just that and it freshens up my face as it becomes oily throught the day as if I just applied my makeup. It also goes great over foundation for more of a coverage as i have pourous skin and coverall gives amazing coverage!! Wet n Wild has really stepped up their product line over the years but has stayed true the the price value. This is one of the best pressed powders I have ever gotten my hands on and it was only $2.99! A+++