86% would repurchase
I had to laugh at myself: $52 on loose powder, when I've got dry, fine-textured skin and rarely wear foundation. Did I need this? Did I need T. LeClerc, or Shu Uemur
85% would repurchase
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My skin: I have the kind of combo skin where the oily pores sucks in whatever product I have on, mixes it with some sticky sebum,
78% would repurchase
Well, this is my best replacement to my HG of powders that decided to cheap out (Christian Dior's Poudre Libre, after a long run as a high-quality, finely-milled loo
83% would repurchase
After reading the raving comments about this product, I bought it on sale on strawberrynet (love this website) and couldn't wait to try it.
The smell is fantastic
80% would repurchase
GENERAL DESCRIPTION Light yellow loose powder. Comes in different sizes, from 1.5 to 3 ounces. Around $7-$10, respectively.
81% would repurchase
i absolutely cannot wear makeup without this anymore. i dont even know how i wore it before this product came into my life! sounds lame but its the truth! i used
74% would repurchase
This is an ultra fine powder which gives a light, slightly iridescent finish. It is virtually weightless and you won't risk looking caked on even if you don't blot b
I have to admit I was forced to eat crow regarding Laura Mercier's Secret Brightening Powder. Having never tried it, I assumed it was a shimmery loose powder and co
79% would repurchase
I wanted to love this product SO MUCH, but alas, after several attempts it's just WAY WAY WAY to glittery for me. I've read many positive reviews, but I feel that if
(Please see my pictures for a full-size before and after makeover of Everyday Minerals)
I have just recently switched to EM after cautiously readin