Unlisted Brand • Nvey Eco Organic Face Powder • Powder
|Would buy this product again.||50%|
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair Hair: Blond Eyes: Green
My very short opinion: A waste of money!
It was very expensive (it's like $75-$80 here in Denmark (the price isn't exact, we don't have dollars) - and it is kind of orangy/yellow-ish for my fair skin. It looks so terrible! :s
I ordered it online, and when I tried it on, I was so, so diaspointed.
Except from the color (which is too yellow, if your skin is on the fair side), the product seems very dry. I know powder's suppose to be dry, but it's like - my skin's still shiny - and you can nearly see the small fibers, even though I didn't add a lot of product, and tried to blend well.
I don't know if it clog pores, since I only used it twice, and for a short time, since I really thought it gave me a very bad result..
So this is so NOT the perfect, well not even a good, organic powder - if I were you, I would spend the money on something else (:
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Medium Hair: Brunette Eyes: Brown
I love this powder, it feels like silk and sets my makeup nicely. I just sheer a little of the translucent all over and I'm done. It's true the translucent isn't a translucent but on a warmer skin it makes a great highlight!
Age: 25-29 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Brown
Love the concept and the formulation but the colors are OFF. Transculent medium was not transculent and left a visible orange bronze look on me just dusting lightly. Im a NC-25, revlon golden beige, almay sand, cargo f40 (closest color). They need to rename the colors or rejigger the colors to match names.
Age: 25-29 Skin: Dry, Fair Hair: Brown Eyes: Blue
I really love Nvey Eco powder--it's organic, applies like silk, has only a hint of mineral pigment to avoid overdrying the skin and it comes in a fabulous compact. But, the color selection, should be expanded. I have tried both the lite and natural and decided on the lite because I bought #510 foundation which is yellow-based. The lite powder gives my skin a healthy, rosy (not pink) glow. You only need a very, very light dusting to set your makeup for the day. If you buy a yellow-based foundation then lite will probably work. If you buy the pink-based foundation then I would recommend the natural powder for light skin tones. I haven't tried the bronzer or the darker shades. You can buy it at www.allnaturalcosmetics.com, www.econveybeauty.com or www.holisticbeauty.net. Oh, on a side note, the mineral pigments used are NOT micronized for 100% safety.