Revlon • PhotoReady Powder - Translucent • Pressed Powders
|Would buy this product again.||30%|
Age: 30-35 Skin: Other Hair: Other Eyes: Other
The mirror on this compact is teeny tiny compared to the size of the packaging, and I found the powder to be less than average. It left a noticeable powdery film on my skin.
Age: 44-55 Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
Chalky, nasty brush, cheesy little mirror...and it broke me out. Ugh, into the trash you go.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Normal, Tan, Warm Hair: Blond Eyes: Blue
I actually really like this product, but I do not use it for an allover face powder. The other reviewers are right, it isn't translucent, it will make you look white. However, I only use this powder for setting my highlight under my eyes/on top of cheekbones. It works really well for this...I apply it with my MAC 224 brush very lightly. The shimmer looks really nice when used for this purpose. I would repurchase. If you are looking for an allover face powder I would NOT recommend it, but if you are using it for the same purpose I am, it works really well. MAC NC40 for reference.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Other, Fair-Medium Hair: Red Eyes: Hazel
I had high hopes for this powder. I am really porcelain skinned so this was just fine for me regarding color but this is not transparent and would be too white or chalky for anyone darker than porcelain or ivory skin. i do not see the sparkels people talk about at all. the packaging is just terrible. you can not take this powder with you in your purse and you will need you own applicator sponge. it comes with a silly flat brush that i could not find any other use for, so I gave it to my cat to play with. it cost 15.00 dollard Canadian and I will never buy it again. I prefer the Dream Matte Powder by maybelline or L'Oreal's one,
i would buy it for say eight dollars. Even wet 'n wild has the same chalky powder for like 5 bucks. do not bother. Shame on Revlon
Age: 30-35 Skin: Dry, Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Coarse Eyes: Brown
First of all, my skin tone is a "30" in Dior Hydarating Nude Foundation; that's a medium tan with warm yellow undertones. I find like many other reviewers that this powder does tend to make my skin appear lighter than it really is, though apparently not as dramatically as paler reviewers here. That did not bother me overly much, as I had been using a foundation with this that I purchased while more tanned, and I found it evened out the too dark foundation tone nicely. Still, if you are looking for a "translucent" powder, this is not it.
The formulation is chalky, and the packaging is crap. You really need your own soft kabuki or powder brush to put this on properly, the packaged brush is completely worthless. I had been misusing this as a setting powder, and it worked just fine in that regard, but in reality this is a finishing powder - like a cheap version of Guerlein Meteorites, or a comparison to Physician's Formula Pearls of Perfection, etc. It is not a foundation powder, not a setting powder, and not an oil absorbing powder. It's supposed to give you an illuminated look, otherwise known as "dewy" on the youthful, or "youthful" on the older. ;-) In all of these cases it is really important to have a good powder brush to apply properly, and to use a very light touch when putting it on as a last step powder over all your other "stuff." A lot of people complain about the sparkles; I really didn't notice a sparkle overkill going on, though it is definitely not a matte powder (and doesn't advertise itself as such). My one complaint about the shimmer - and I would call it shimmer rather than glitter or sparkle - is that the particles that are there could have been more finely milled. But I don't find the highlighting effect excessive at all, compared to the powder's much more obvious shortcomings: non transparency and chalky texture. I think if you find the sparkle in this product overwhelming, you may be putting it on too thickly.
These days for a transparent setting powder I have moved on to better things, but I would still keep this around for when I start losing my summer tan and don't want to switch up foundations. Not worth repurchasing, though - at this drugstore price, I would expect a better texture and packaging.
Age: 56 & Over Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
This was a part of a BOGO 50% off at Walgreens. It was kind of steep - $14.00? But it does absorb the oil and adds a nice no color finish.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Very Oily, Fair-Medium, Cool Hair: Brunette, Wavy, Medium Eyes: Brown
This powder is not transparent. Your face will be chalky white.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Green
Not sure why this powder got so many negative reviews! I like it. Light, natural, goes on easily and I like the package. I am scraping the edges to get the last bits out, and I never had any problem with breakage. I never noticed any excess shimmer or sparkle. Just a basic, easy to use powder. I'd buy it again.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Neutral Hair: Blond, Straight, Medium Eyes: Hazel
Seeing as this product has some bad reviews,I thought I would come to its defense. I really,really like this powder. I have been in mourning ever since Clinique discontinued their gentle light powder,and have been on the prowl for a substitute. This is not loose,as was gentle light,but pressed but all the same I think this is a good find. I must say, I am fair and blond,but this is a great colour for me. And I LIKE the slight sparkle in it...it gives me just a touch of glow and shimmer to my skin without being in your face sparkly. It is not chalky,or grainy in the slightest,but is nice and soft and silky. I find it blends in to my skin well and is neither too matt, or too shiny. I really really Like this powder! But honestly...it does have noticeable specks of sparkle in it...so if you don't like that effect then stear clear!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Hazel
It breaks and is fragile it fmdrys your skin out makes it look pale and sparkly and I'm way to disgusted with it I want to scream don't waste your money