Sucks! Just found out off of Peta's website that MYC tests on animals so no more contributing to that BS. Still trying to find out if Wet N Wild does, but more likely. These cosmetics lines maybe inexpensive, but is it really worth the health and life of innocent animals? HARDLY!
Sucks! Just found out off of Peta's website that MYC tests on animals so no more contributing to that BS. Still trying to find out if Wet N Wild does, but more likely. These cosmetics lines maybe inexpensive, but is it really worth the health and life of innocent animals? NO!
What more can I say? This is good stuff. Keep reading for minor quibbles and why they don't really matter...My skin tends more to dryness than oiliness, so I really just use this to set my foundation in the morning and occasionally to touch up during the day. Nothing heavy-duty. The colour is indeed translucent; can look white at first, but blends in well. Yes, the compact is cheapy and ugly, but it's functional - good enough for me. I even think the crappy sponge is adequate. Because of the ridiculously low price, I bought a second one to keep in my purse permanently. Compared to the first, the powder seems a bit bumpy, but this doesn't really affect how it works or looks. Finally, the amount of product you get seems a bit small. I hit the pan after a month or so. I never hit the pan. But for $1.99 CDN, who cares?
I just don't get the hype. I don't hate this product, but I don't love it either.
It goes on smooth, keeps things matte for a while. Doesn't add a chalky cast to the face or make it look overly powdery. A good, basic powder, but I just prefer MAC blot, which is creamier and softer or something.
The puff thing that comes with this powder sucks, and the case is ugly. I would repurchase it if I was on a budget and couldn't afford MAC anymore. continued >>
I officially worship N.Y.C. Pressed Powder. I have Translucent and Naturally Beige and love both of them equally.
Pros: Excellent finish. Silky, soft, matte, yet not at all chalky. Controls oil perfectly yet not extremely drying. DIRT CHEAP, I mean, if you collect real dirt and press it to this amount, it'll cost a bit more, lol. Has a built-in adequate mirror.
Cons: Package sucks, along with cheapy sponge aplicator.
I use Cat's Kabuki Brush, or Chanel Le Petit Penseau(kabuki brush) to wear it and nobody can tell that I'm wearing a $1.99 powder. I've already stocked it up in case NYC EVER discontinue this little jem.
I was surprised at how good this product works. I was concerned about the pinkish color this powder has in its case, but on the skin it looks very natural, if used lightly. I use powder brush to put it on, and it goes on great, very finely milled. It disappears on my skin taking all the shine away.
Been using it for a while now and have not experienced any negative reactions. The only problem is that unless I apply this very lightly, the color may become too light for me.
Update: I tried it in the darker color in the summer, and if I apply lightly, it blends perfectly. I am LLL.
This might be the best pressed powder that I ever tried.
I was going to go to the mall and invest in an expensive powder like Chanel thinking spending more money would give me better results. Luckily I read reviews at makeupalley b4 I actually spent all the xtra money. I agree, this is great powder for a super d
This product is great, and a very cheap price, I prefer it over cover girl, and others. For someone who is short on cash and need an emergency powder this is a great product!! That is what happended to me and ever since I use it as a regular. Is a must try, you will just spend about 2 buck!! ;)
A miracle! This doesn't cake up and is very sheer, all while managing my very oily skin! And the price is so absurdly inexpensive. All I can say is wow... This is my new staple as pressed powders go.
OMG! What a find! This cost $1.70 yes, thats one dollar and seventy cents at Target! But, more importantly I cant believe what a great product this is. It doesnt cake at all, tones down the mid day shine and leaves a soft matte finish. I take the one I have in my purse and use the spongey thing to sort of pat away any oil. In the morn, I use the one in my makeup drawer to set my foundation. I apply it then with a big powder brush. At this price, I cand afford to keep one in every room in the house if I wanted to! Anyway, give this baby a try, I love it!