I've been using the chaste tone since 2006 and i love in2it powder foundation..it covers well even if you use it sparingly. its very "hiyang" to my kind of skin..top recommended.
with just a week of using, it caused me break outs!
I can't say if I really love this or this is going to be my HG but so far I like the foundation. I have a very oily face but this product controls my oiliness if applied wet or dry without any moisturizer or face cream before application. I have tried this wet, dry, with olay moisturizer with touch of foundation then top with dry application, top with wet application, with revlon colorstay liquid foundation for combo/oily skin top it with wet and dry application and so on.I also used it on top of my makeup primer. I have been testing this everyday and got this for more than two weeks. my skin looks glowing after wet application and controls my oiliness for maximum of 4 hours and looks natural and glowing on dry application. I tried and tested so many foundations and since I am in a tropical country I'm still searching for my HG powder/foundation. For high end and drugstore brands, this is the best for now but not my HG yet. Too soon to tell.
I've been using this product since my college days! i love in2it, it blends well & works best when applied wet. I use it as my concealer too. it doesnt fade, depends on skin type of course. My only problem is the packaging, i like the pink color but it scratches easily. but no biggie! i still like it :)
My everyday powder foundation for my shiny T-zones. I've been using this for about 5 years. I also often apply this under my eyes to hide my dark circles when I'm in a hurry, but fades out in about 2-3 hours. Just wet a portion of the sponge for better coverage --but tends to cake if layered thickly in hot weather conditions and fades after a workout at the gym. Since I'm recently addic-- interested in investing on makeups, I'm on the search for a better one. Other than that, it's still my reliable powder foundation for everyday use... for now.
And another thing about its packaging. The container comes in a lovely red sort-of metallic cover, it's their new packaging. Before it was a cute pink cover, but red is hotter IMO. Downside, this red cover (sticker) falls out when scratched against rough surfaces. I always carry it my bag for touch ups but when it accidentally landed beside my keys, lots of tiny scratch marks were found.
Will definitely try out other powder foundation after I'm finish with this. If not, I'll continue repurchasing their refills.
I love Japanese foundations and this one isn't an exception at all. Texture is finely milled, coverage is buildable from medium to full, it applies smoothly and blends well with the skin. I actually like this foundation as much as I like Shiseido and Kanebo but in terms of price, this is definitely the winner. You can buy 3 compacts (or even 4) of this for the price of one of those other two brands that I mentioned. It relatively controls oil for about 4-6 hours. Oh, this comes in a cute hot pink compact. Overall, I like this product. I would repurchase only if Shiseido or Kanebo disappoints me. :)
This is a very nice 2-way powder foundie that keeps oilies at bay! I love how finely milled the product is and I also like the pink packaging. I got mine in warm beige and is perfect on my skin. I used this on top of my BB cream (currently using Elianto whitening multiplex). Love everything about it. This powder foundie is very popular in the Philippines. A nice and affordable foundie for an Asian girl like me :) Will repurchase, most def!
I got this product when i was in the Philippines. I noticed it was made in Japan and thought why not try it out. I use this very sparingly because this gives full coverage. If layered it looks really cakey. The finish was like a matte, pearly powdery appearance and it covered so well.
I bought this in a whim to replace the Za powder foundation of mine that ran out, and while I had great hopes for it (since it's a Japanese brand but apparently is manufactured in Thailand?) I was sadly disappointed. It's not horrible, just an 'okay' product--The shade closest to my skintone was a tad light on me and the next one was already too dark. It also tends to be a bit cakey if you layer it. The upside is that it has decent oil-control properties and does not seem to oxidize on me.
Overall, it was decent enough 'stopgap' powder foundation, but I'd still come back to Za.