I have this #2. It could be perhaps a little yellower, but since this powder has next to no coverage, it doesn't really matter. I like a touch-up pressed powder that doesn't add any colour. What I like about this product is that it looks invisible on the skin and doesn't cake when reapplied – imperative for me as I don't like a heavily made-up look. What I don't like so much is that it doesn't control shine for very long. It's quite expensive – 35 euros in Belgium. However still cheaper than the high-end brands I'm normally fond of, like Bobbi Brown, Laura Mercier and Armani. The packaging is very annoying: the puff is in a separate container underneath the powder, and you have to sort of flip it to open it (I've managed to scratch the powder with my fingernail a couple of times trying to do it). Also what's with the half-size mirror? Not useful. Verdict: I may or may not buy this again but I'll give it a "yes" because I have no particular reason not to: it's a very good powder, if only the shine control were a little better it would be 5* in 2* packaging.
This product is better at controlling oil than MUFE Duo Mat. Velvet Finish provides no coverage(i have acne scars), so i wear a foundation under it. I gave it a 3 for package quality because i dont like the puff applicator it comes with. $29 is not so bad, 5$ cheaper than duo mat. All in all, i like this as a matte setting powder or for touch ups and i will be repurchasing.
I found this to be an OK powder. I have combination skin. This powder left my skin nice & soft. It didn't look cakey, or settle into fine lines. I used # 2 Porcelain and it was a close enough shade for for my NC30 skin tone - jut not a perfect match. A little to pink for me. It did a pretty good job of controlling shine. It didn't irritate my skin, make it itchy or cause break outs. I will definitely repurchase, but I just hope to find a better color match.
I bought this powder, because I do have pretty oily skin, and some left over scars from acne..so I thought it would keep my face matte during the day. I will say that the colors are very limited. Normally, I wear a medium light color, and in this I had to by the very lightest shade. I did get shiny after a few hours wearing it, but I blotted my face, and my make up still looked pretty good. I'm not sure if I will purchase it again..it does last quite awhile, and it does make my skin look even and smooth, but it is pretty pricey.
For reference: I am an NC15 in MAC, pale but with yellow/olive/neutral undertones. I am perfectly matched with 01 ivory which has more yellow/neutral undertones VS the 02 porcelain which is pale but has more pink in it. My perfect match in MUFE mat velvet foundation is #20. mat velvet fndtn #15 matches nc10, mat velvet fndtn# 20 matches nc15, and #25 matches nc20. I hope this helps someone, I am very picky bout my foundation matching perfectly, and the ones I use match perfectly.)
This works much better than mufe duo mat powder foundation at controlling oil! This is a great powder for giving your skin that velvet matte finish like it says. It has horrible coverage power, yet it is enough to tone down mild redness, and does show up as color on the skin vs transclucent. Do not buy this if you want heavy coverage. I use this alone or on top of foundation, and it is amazing, probably the best powder I have ever used for keeping the shine away. I gave it 4 lippies because its awesome for keeping oil down, but took off 1 for the fact it doesnt cover anything. Expensive but well worth it because of its mattifying effect. hardly any product comes off on the sponge, so it lasts forever, but luckily you only need a tiny amount of this to get that long lasting shine free look.
This might have been a great powder but their lightest shade was nothing like it was pictured to be. I hate when make up companies do this. It's disappointing because I have the Make Up Forever Mat + foundation in the lightest shade available (Alabaster) and that is true to it's color. I bought this powder in the lightest shade thinking it would match my skin (reasonable assumption) and it looked like a sheer layer of mud on my skin. I knew it was too dark as soon as I saw it in the pan. I tried it anyway hoping it would translate differently on the skin but it didn't. It was too dark. If they make shades of foundation light enough for fair skin why not have a matching powder? Very frustrating. For reference I am an NC5 or NC15 and both Porcelain and Ivory were way too dark. A powder should not be obvious and it will be if it's darker then your own skin. This may be a fabulous powder but they remind me of Clinique here when they call something porcelain or ivory. In other words this usually translates to demarcation line heaven.