Review of Alison Raffaele translucent loose powder by frputich
Yes, this product is white, and yes, it looks white on the skin the first moment you put it on, however, the whiteness instantly goes away and becomes transparent. I would know since I'm an olive-toned GGG and am very wary of products that would look ashy on my dark skin. I tried it out on myself before a big event and didn't have (nor did I have time) to touch up. It set my makeup, yet I didn't have that "powdery " matte look. I applied it on top of my Becca tinted moisturizer (gold) and I just looked like I had good skin. I ended it up using it on different models (with different ranges of skintones) for a photoshoot and had no problem! I've read that this powder has been used on celebrities such as Kate Hudson, J-Lo, & Lil' Kim, and it suited all of them. I can attest that this powder does what it claims to do for all skintones.