I also use this powder to set my foundation(Loreal True Match)and I love it!!!Another here who uses this mainly over my t-zone.Will purchase again!
Great product, good light powder, great for the t-zone. I use this over the true match foundation, but mostly on the t-zone area, otherwise I wont get that nude look I love.. you can also use this powder over your HG concealer, and the result is nice, natural and great skin. Doesn't get too cakey, although I do apply carefully.. my HG powder, great color range and light subtle coverage.. UPDATE: looks cakey and doesn't cover up without it looking cakey, so I don't like this anymore.. I turned shiny after two hours.. and I used alot of powder on my nose, but still did not work.. the color makes me look ashy, and alone it doesn't cover my skin tone good enough.. with other words, I was totally wrong.. I would not buy this, as I'm sure there are better ds powders out there..
I love this product, it always goes to good use after a quick workout, and does not oxidize really quick. It makes your face look super soft, and touchable. I used up 2 of these already! I bought it in warm for my beigeish fairish skin.
I have very large pores on my cheecks and nose so I don't use liquid foundation for this reason. I love this powder. I use primer then put this on and it helps to mask the pores. I like that it doesn't fill them up. have not found anything else that works this good for the price. I can't afford to try Mac and not like it.
I am NC35, but here I got an NW3 and surprisingly it went really well. Does not look cakey at all and does not feel like I am wearing a layer of thick make up either. I loved how it looked and I would definately get a third one again!
Of the drugstore brands, Loreal's True Match is probably your best bet as far coverage, finding a shade that matches your skintone and especially blendability. There really are tons of shades that make the effort to match a wide variety of skintones and undertones. It gives a natural matte look but on me it turned chalky after about an hour or two, I assume because Talc is listed as the very first ingredient. It doesn't last very long but for a drugstore powder it's slightly above average.
I like this one.Its my first time using foundation,and I'm happy.I'm a college student so I'm not too able to experiment with mac studio fix at the moment.But this is a drug store brand I'll be happy with for a while.Like a few others said it does turn orange after a while(a day when I might sweat or something) but that was when I used a darker shade C7,when I used the w7 it looked perfectly fine
I use this to set my Loreal True Match liquid foundation. I use a brush instead of the little sponge it comes with, but I like that the mirror is separate and the sponge isnt sitting on top of the powder. I was surprised that it didnt make my face look lighter or ghostly as do some powders. The undertone makes a world of difference (I'm a W2). The smell is kinda funky though. Thankfully the smell went away after I applied it. Its a pretty good product for the price, and I will buying it again.
Second powder i owned. first one, i totally lost..
Anyhow, i'm still new with makeup, so i guess it wasnt too bad on me. i only wear it when i absolutely have to, because my cheeks will look dry, and then the foundation underneath will turn orange. Otherwise, its not bad for a drugstore powder. i can live with it. it's a little sheer though, so i only use it as a setting powder...
I have no idea what it is but this powder, no matter what shade or undertone I got it in, ALWAYS oxidized to a nasty orange anywhere it touched my foundation. I liked the texture of it a lot, it was very smooth, but for years I had to use another powder 2-3 shades lighter than my skintone ontop of it to compensate for the awful color. This has happened with all loreal powders I've used, I recently tried the infallible one and it did the exact same thing.