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Revlon PhotoReady Finisher Powder - Translucent
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on 2/23/2017 9:38:00 PM
More reviews by Sparkio79
Skin: Acne-prone, Fair, Cool
Hair: Blond, Straight, Fine
ugh. I hated this. I like translucent powder because I'm pasty pale. But after using this over foundation it stuck to the pores on my nose and made them more noticeable! I spent all that time blurring my pores and evening out my skin tone and then this powder ruined it. but I decided to give it a second chance and wear it alone over sunscreen. Just as bad if not worse. I threw it out, I just can't use this! The brush that comes with it is horroble, it's hard to use with a puff and even my high quality powder brushes couldn't make this mess work. 😝
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on 4/5/2016 12:43:00 PM
More reviews by libbyfranc
Hair: Red, Straight, Fine
I was not a big fan of this powder, honestly. Bought this because I'm extremely pale, and was on the hunt for a good translucent powder since colored powders always seem to end up too orange/yellow on me. So I can only use translucent powders. I actually like a translucent powder that shows up a little white on me, because it gives my skin a more white appearance (which is what I like, but not everyone wants that pale effect, so that might be a negative for darker skin tones). Here's what I got from this powder:Price- The price was terrible XD lol. This is definitely more expensive for a drugstore product (I paid about $12 for it at Target). It's not a ton of powder in there, either. Really wish this powder was more, like, $8. Packaging- Not a big fan of this packaging. It's cumbersome and clumsy, and difficult to toss into my makeup bag for on the go touchups. I really prefer round compacts like the Revlon Colorstay. The brush that comes with this is crap, lol. I used a kabuki brush which worked much better. Appearance- This actually has a decent appearance. It does show up a little pale on the skin, but I think that's what makes it perfect for pale girls. Would not recommend if you don't want your face to be slightly lighter. Gave a nice airbrushed finish, and I did not find that it highlighted my pores, scars, or fine lines. It does have glitter in it, which is usually a deterrent for me:/ Despite the glitter, I did not find it to be that sparkly indoors. I did notice the glitter a bit more outside in the sunlight. So if you're sensitive to glitter, this is definitely a no. I prefer a more matte look, and I think the Revlon Colorstay is more matte. Acne- The biggest reason I disliked this product, and the reason I will not repurchase, it because it did give me a few new acne spots after 2 days of wear. This product contains bismuth oxychloride, a HUGE NO NO for acne prone skin. Wish I'd known that before buying it. :/ So DEFINITELY NOT recommended if you have sensitive acne prone skin, this will cause a breakout. Overall- I gave this powder 3 lippies because it did give a nice look to my skin, and I really only needed to touch up once halfway through the day on a warm day. But took off lippies because of the acne causing ingredient. I think if they ditched the bismuth, and also the glitter, this would be a better product. Also, a better price would be nice, lol. So I'll say pass on this. :/
on 4/2/2016 12:13:00 PM
More reviews by VeruskaRai
Skin: Other, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
I don't understand the low reviews. Set my makeup all day, doesnt settle into lines and blurs any imperfections. I love it. I prefer my Wet n Wild powder by a hair because it's cheaper and it wears just a tinge better. Good stuff none the less. I bought this power when that one was sold out.
on 12/8/2015 7:31:00 PM
More reviews by ManCrack
Skin: Normal, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Red, Wavy, Fine
I love the product itself. I'm wearing it alone in one of the photos I posted. It does have some serious sparkle, but it is translucent, not chalky or pink. And does it ever look fantastic in photographs!!It dries my skin out a little, but at least it doesn't make my face look greasy.My issue is the packaging. I hate the gigantic compact, the latch is fragile,and the mirror is a tiny strip! For how huge this compact is, they could do a better sized mirror. Maybelline and Cover Girl can do it, so Revlon has no excuse.
on 11/19/2015 7:50:00 AM
More reviews by alison_k
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
Despite the bad reviews, I still picked this up while grocery shopping. I needed a powder as I had used the last bit of Benefit Georgia (which I adored) and this seemed to fit the bill as a lightweight powder. I am NC15 so the pale color was not a worry for me at all. Despite checking in natural and artificial light, I can only detect a small amount of glitter (and then it is very minimal, just a couple of pieces here and there despite a liberal application of the powder over my foundation.) This only mattified a little but did make my skin look more even. As for oil control – this has no effect. My nose and chin are still as oily as ever and this powder makes no difference. But it is not marketed as a shine control powder so I was not expecting much. I still have to reapply this powder as I would with any other, so I doubt I would purchase this again. I have found some pretty good powders over the years, but this does not do much of anything. It is ok for wearing for short periods of time, but for all-day wear this falls short.
on 10/17/2015 11:58:00 PM
More reviews by Kikirini
Skin: Dry, Fair, Cool
Hair: Red, Straight, Medium
This stuff was so not worth the money. I am fairly new to makeup, and this was my first setting powder. I have combination skin, with my t-zone being slightly oily and the area around my mouth being very dry. I'm fair-skinned and basically just needed something to keep the foundation on all day.First of all, this stuff is sparkly. I'm fair, so it didn't show on me, but I can imagine even slightly darker girls having issues with that. Second - it clung to my dry patches and made those areas look INSTANTLY cakey every time. Third - the packaging sucks. It's bulky and the brush it comes with is terrible. Finally - it did nothing to keep my foundation on all day, or even a few hours.I used this product for a month and a half, so I gave this its fair shot. It's now in my garbage can.
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on 10/6/2015 12:18:00 AM
More reviews by princessmeowmeow
Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium, Neutral
Hair: Black, Wavy, Medium
First off, the packaging is an eyesore. We don't need a scratchy little brush included in this powder and it just creates too much extra space once you take out the brush (and toss it right in your garbage). The powder itself is also so damn terrible - it's not translucent at all and it made my foundation 2 - 3 shades lighter than it actually is. The powder also clings onto fine hairs and dry spots on your skin. I had to blend the hell out of it to look presentable for the day, before it greased up within 6 hours.It's not worth the ~$20 CDN I spent...
on 2/7/2015 3:43:00 PM
More reviews by Endit
Skin: Other, Fair, Neutral
Hair: Brown, Other, Medium
I got this because having pale skin means that even "normal" finishing powders appear too dark unless they are white or almost white.PROS: Nothing.CONS: My first impression of this powder was that it was EXTREMELY sparkly, I'm talking like "there is no way this will NOT be noticeable once applied." The texture isn't right for a finishing powder either, it's just not finely milled enough. Just try to use a puff with it - it's just really noticable. Not only that, but it has a powdery finish similar to the Revlon finishing powders I've tried in the past... they're just so easily cakey looking. This one ups the ante because it's chock full of sparkles. The only way I can use this is by using my Ecotools Powder brush, but I hate that one because it SUCKS UP POWDER. That's why it works with it, it applies it so lightly to the face.OTHER: It's way too expensive, plus the stupid little brush inside... it's not horrible quality, but you can tell the powder is not finely milled enough because it leaves "scratches" in it.OVERALL: No. The finish is just too powdery, and the sparkles effectively KILL IT for all outdoor use.
on 6/11/2014 3:03:00 PM
More reviews by Esmay
Age: 56 & Over
Skin: Dry, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Silver, Other, Other
I'm very pale with pink undertones, normal/dry skin, good complexion and this works for me. It gives me a glow without the grease, evens out my skin tone a little (over spf moisturizer and a primer (also Revlon) and doesn't seem to clog my pores. Price is okay, packaging sucks and yes, I will repurchase. I also use Benefit's Dandelion as a face powder for less glow and ever so slighter brighter look. They both work well for natural, daytime face. Would not recommend this powder for darker skin (it would show up white!), skin with yellow undertone, or oily skin (doesn't mattify).
on 5/23/2014 11:50:00 AM
More reviews by Arrosynn
Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool
This powder is just... OK. I use it over my foundation as a setting powder, the only problem is that it doesn't really set much. I have combination skin, with an oily t-zone. And I still find even after about two hours of initially applying my foundation with this over top, my t-zone starts to get noticeably oily. So, it hasn't really done anything special for me. It is a bit sparkly but I don't really mind that. And I also have very fair skin, so I don't get the white cast that everyone on here has talked about. The packaging for this product sucks too. Pretty flimsy. This powder does last a while though, i will give it that. It just really isn't anything special in my opinion. Kinda mediocre. But, if it works for you then that's great! It just wasn't for me. I'll be trying Rimmels Stay Matte Pressed Powder once this runs out.
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