After read and hear hype review about this.I purchase that.First i purchase COTY LUMINOUS coz i dont like fragrance.But omg its horrible,my face like silver sparkle girl.
Secondly i buy COTY NATURALLY NEUTRAL,omg its smells over.The odour go into my nose and my stomach until i cough 3x hooeks.
Oke forget that i go to my review.
The girls in forum say its very very very good but for me only good
2.A lot of powder in jar
3.Good oil control
4.Fit to wear day of day
2.Slightly greyish oxi
However its not be compared with my hg loose powder nars :-)
still good but not very very very good like all rave.
Coty Airspun face powder is no longer available in Canada, to the best of my knowledge, so I picked some up recently on a cross border jaunt. What can I say about a product that has been around this long (obviously for a reason) and is "cheap and cheerful" - it costs little and does what it says - it's translucent and works extremely well to set liquid foundation and help give a finished look to the face and sort of hold everything in place and keep it all looking fresh. Yes, the smell is a bit "old lady-ish" but to me, that's part of its charm (and there is an unscented option available for those who can't abide the scent or are bothered by fragrances in cosmetics). I even like the puff it's packaged with. The puff keeps the powder from flying all over the place but I also like to use it to press the powder into my face before using a big powder brush to brush/buff it evenly around my face. Gotta love that it is so affordable and does a good job.
My review is for the Coty Airspun Loose powder in the shade Translucent Extra Coverage, and keep that in mind because I think the "extra coverage" is key here. I picked it up at Walgreens for $8.99 but I think you could find it cheaper in Walmart. There is so much powder in the container, will last for months if not longer... there is a strong fragrance so if that is going to bother you I think you will have to pass on this... I happen to LOVE the fragrance, it brings me back to the 70's.
OK, this powder is simply the cream of the crop, outstanding and amazing... and if you have dry skin don't worry because your skin will love this one! Forget what they always tell us about powder going into our fine lines and wrinkles and making us look ten years older, just forget it, will not happen with this powder! You can use this as a finishing powder or as a foundation. I applied the powder with the included puff, I dabbed it all over my face including lips and eyes and then I took my powder brush and brushed off the excess..... the finish that this powder will give your skin is unbelievable... they do not lie when they tell you on back of the container that it "hides tiny lines, wrinkles and blemishes and gives a new softness to your skin." It will just glide over your wrinkles and diminish the look of them...... leaves your skin with an airbrushed appearance and keeps your makeup looking beautiful from early in the morning until you decide to wash it off. I highly recommend this!.
I do like this. There is a lot of product, however I lose a fair amount of it from use because the powder gets everywhere. It's packaged similarly to mineral veil. The powder is supposed to be translucent, it mattifies my face pretty well, and doesn't seem to clog my pores. I hate the smell. I only rated this a 3 because there are many superior loose powders out there.
I suppose there is a reason why a product from 1935 is still around....its because its good!!! You get a lot for your money, and it has good setting. The only caution is to apply gradually, or you'll be covered in powder!
I love this powder! The smell, the texture, the color, and the age. I'm a total sucker for vintage anything, so my review may not be the most objective.
I really like this stuff though. It goes on smoothly, and I love the smell. It controls oil well and sets my 1930s foundations (Merle Norman Powder Base and Max Factor Pancake) very well. The vintage skincare thing is working for me. The lady at Walgreens thinks I'm funny when I come with my arms filled with Ponds Cold Cream, Pond's Dry Skin Cream, and the Coty powder.
Now, my major complaint is that they changed the packaging. I, for one, hate the new shifter plastic junk they use now. I can't ever get the correct amount of product to come out of the darn thing and it's ugly as can be! Plus, I like old stuff. I dislike when old stuff gets changed, especially for the worse.
Fortunately there are still the original boxes floating around. Also, this stuff is no longer made in the USA. If you find the original cardboard box, it's from here. If it's in plastic, it's from China.
I've used this powder for about 5 years, and I've gone through 3 containers before moving on to HE brands. I love my Chanel loose powder, but unfortunately during the winter it became too dark for me, so I decided to give this a try again. I have to honestly say I'm not a big fan of this anymore, while it works well for oil control it just does not compare to finely milled Chanel powder, and does not give my skin a very healthy looking finish. It looks a bit patchy, not as smooth, but it is not terrible, I doubt anyone but me would really notice. It is a great color for me, I have it in a light shade instead of translucent, it doesn't add coverage by any means, but it helps my foundation from oxidizing a bit. The scent doesn't bother me as it dissipates almost immediately after application. You can't beat it for the price, but I will be searching for something else to replace it, but in the meantime it works well enough.
This loose powder is absolutely wonderful! It is very finely grained, and provides a flawless finish to my makeup. It prevents my foundation from wearing down and keeps my oily t zone matte all day long! The prize is amazing for the large amount of product that you get (I bought mine at CVS for about $7). I recommended it to my sister (who is olive-toned in opposition to my very pale complexion) and she was surprised by how transcluscent it really was! She now swears by it, as well.
Because of all of the product packed into the container, it was difficult at first to get product out, but after a use or two, I had no trouble. The scent is very nostalgic and "grandmotherly," but I love it all the same. I was not pleased with the powder puff included, I found it a bit difficult to clean and it didn't provide an even coverage of the power. So I just replaced it with the e.l.f. Kabuki, and I'm loving life!
I will repurchase and repurchase and repurchase!
I have been using Coty loose powder for many years. I am 56 and my Grandmother used it and she would have been 106 now. She passed when I was 4 so that tells you how long ago that was. She was a make up girl as all of the girls in my family are. I swear by this product and have tried others buy always went back to Coty. My coworkers always comment on my make up because it looks flawless. I apply my foundation, then pat my entire face and below my jawline then brush off my face. This sets the foundation and powder together and then I use my compact to touch up during the day. Pat your face when touching up so it keeps the make up looking good. I am a beliver that expensive does not equal good. I get asked all of the time what I buy and I tell gals tha I love cheap make up! I but what is tried and true, Cover Girl, Maybelline, Loreal. I have done the department store stuff, all of the high end things and always went back to my dime store makeup.
Love it! It's only $6 at Walgreens, the packaging is not good, but you get SO MUCH product! Keeps the shine off my face no matter what! The smell isn't that bad, in my opinion. I'm used to it :) Highly recommend, especially if you don't want to pay so much for a HQ setting powder!