8 months ago
There’s a lot of HD powders out there on the market, but none of them truly compare’s to this one. The packaging allows none of the powder to spill while your carrying it on your purse. It is very finely milled, and if used correctly, it won’t leave your face looking ghostly or like you smeared white chalk all over your face either. Even though this is labeled as a finishing powder, I personally use it as a setting powder. I keep stocked up on this stuff, because no powder leaves my makeup looking totally flawless and and has a wonderful blurring effect to like this powder does. Now, like any loose powder upon application it is going to be messy. It does have a smell to it due to the high silica content. For me, it is bearable, while for some they may find it to be more of an issue for them instead. Nonetheless, this powder is both talc and fragrance free, and it is definitely worth the money. It comes in 2 sizes, the mini (which comes with a very nice amount of product and does part for a long time), as well as the large size. I currently own 2 of the minis and 1 of the large size. Now, I don’t recommend baking with this powder, because there are other powders that are to be used for such, okay. This powder is not to be used heavily on the face at all. I use an actual HD powder brush that is not very big at all to apply the powder to my face. However, i’ve seen where it’s been demoed being used on the face with a kabuki brush. Which is definitely a very good option to use as well. Oh, and I don’t personally recommend taking pictures with this powder on your face. For special occasions when your going to be taking pictures, I highly recommend for you to use a translucent, colorless powder that is not an HD powder or completely white in tone like this on, okay. The flashback with HD powders are really bad because of it not being detectable after smoothing it out onto ones face. Which is why, when so many people have gone to take pictures and there’s flash photography involved, wherever the power was over applied or not blended properly it will show up as bright white areas on ones face, or in some cases some people’s entire faces have appeared bright white in pictures. So, please unless you are a professional and truly know how to get around such happening on ones face when they go to take a picture, please don’t take the risk of wearing any HD powder on your face when you know you’re going to be phoyographed. Otherwise this powder is perfect for regular use, no matter your skin type or skin tone.
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