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on 7/22/2017 7:30:00 AM
More reviews by Kyuu17
Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Black, Other, Other
I've tried a lot of compact powders catered to oily skin, but even Macs blot powder only last for 30 minutes on my skin. I wouldn't say this controls oil, but compared to the other products, this is a tad bit better. Pair it with the MUFE's HD compact powder, you're good to go. It's been awhile since I've used my loreal pressed powder with SPF coz I was in a hurry to apply a sunscreen. After applying the powder, I had to remove it coz it was just so thick, I even used my regular powder brush. Now I realized how I love my Profinish powder, it gives me a bit coverage without looking powdery.
on 6/18/2017 10:50:00 PM
More reviews by yellowguitar
Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Brown, Other, Other
My lazy day or travel day foundation. FYI, I have hormonal acnes mostly on my chin & jawlines. Acne shows up other than that area, mostly because makeup mishap/bad makeup cleansing techniques.Pros:- lightweight- better result compared to studio fix powder+- apply quickly & less messy than loose powderCons:- terrible result with built in sponges and my RT face brushes. Cakey, sink into lines (whaatt I have liness alreadyyy), accentuates dryness BUT separates on oilier areas.- use dense flat kabuki brushes with buffing techniques helped. Start slowly with thin layer then build up to desired coverage!! Buffing and buffing again. Moisturize enough on drier areas. Use matt primer on olier area & thick silicone primer on large pores area. Flawless!- NOT FOR SETTING A FOUNDATION. Everytime I do this.. Hella cakey and craking and separates and other ugliness and meh meh meh!Go get a setting powder instead..- it seems loaded with lots of pore clogging ingredients. Acne getting worse when I use this. I have acne on my clear area too... so sad. I rarely use heavy siliconey primer. I usually only use guerlain primer. So for daily looking I opted for liquid foundie/light bb cream now, and my non-hormonal acne cleared.- price. There's better compact powder foundie out there with best price. Won't repurchase.
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on 6/7/2017 9:11:00 PM
More reviews by reneeamags
Skin: Oily, Dark, Not Sure
This powder really is not for oily skin. It comes off after just an hour or two and my face gets all shiny and oily pretty quickly with this compared to other powders that I've tried. It looks blotchy after a couple of hours and settles into my pores, thus accentuating them. This is the worst setting powder that I have used on my skin type.
on 2/21/2017 12:24:00 PM
More reviews by BuffyDaLipGlossEater
Skin: Combination, Other, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Other, Other
Compared to MAC Studio Finish powder , I would say that the end result was much smoother, and it wore better throughout the day. I wasn't matched correctly the first time, and it is true that the darker tones do run a bit orange. Once I got better match it looked good, and it didn't go crusty like the MAC powder tends to do.Granted, I do use the sponge that comes with it, but I use it for spot coverage or touch ups throughout the day.
on 2/12/2017 3:56:00 AM
More reviews by EllieRaye
Age: 18 & Under
Skin: Normal, Fair-Medium, Not Sure
Hair: Blond, Other, Other
Love this! Quick and easy! I'm In shade 115 (pink ivory) the shade section is very low (21 love this!
on 2/2/2017 8:33:00 PM
More reviews by LuisaMillera
Skin: Oily, Medium, Not Sure
I really liked the finish with this product. It took me a while to figure how how to apply it, but eventually I found that really buffing and swirling this in layers gave great coverage without that heavy look that powder foundations can give. I used a Zoeva buffing brush for this. I really do not recommend applying this with the sponge as I found this powder really difficult to blend without a dense bristle brush to really buff the product around. While I found the MAC studio fix powder easier to blend out, I really preferred the end results with the MUFE. I don't know if I would repurchase though. The reason for this is that it ended up giving me a really orange cast. I know the other reviewers here said that you have to get it in a lighter shade. And I ended up getting this in two shades when I got matched, just in case. But I still couldn't get it to work. The orangey-cast is not a terrible look per se, and I could probably pull it off when I'm wearing fake tan. But I do get rather self-conscious when I'm at work, sitting in an important meeting and catching a glimpse of my face in the computer screen, looking like I should be sitting on a beach somewhere. For the price, I really feel like I shouldn't have to be messing around with such severe oxidising and difficult shade selection anyway! Shame.
on 11/28/2016 8:28:00 AM
More reviews by fenche
Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm
If I were an oompa loompa or an orange I'll rate this 5 stars for how it made my face look like, in fact, it's so annoying how orange it oxidised! Shade 118, natural beige swatched ok at first on my NC25-30 face, but after 5 minutes or so - BAM! Orange! I mean I like the colour orange but not as my foundation. (Is this Donald Trump's foundation??)The finish is incredibly beautiful, has a really natural and healthy looking glow to it. I was playing with it and layering it over and over and it didn't end up cakey, but IT'S. ORANGE. Hence the ideal product for an oompa loompa. The packaging is atrocious for the SGD$72. The sponge compartment didn't even click with the top foundation compartment. The casing isn't fitted well together, it just feels really cheap for the amount paid for the product. *Edit: I ended trying this on my sister. Amazingly, it's exactly her skintone and it looks marvellous on her. So I gave it to her. It's amazing how sisters can have such a different skin undertone. Added 2 more stars for this... too bad it doesn't fit me
on 5/12/2016 1:06:00 PM
More reviews by impeccable7
Skin: Acne-prone, Medium Brown, Warm
Hair: Black, Relaxed, Coarse
I have combination skin and this foundation is absolutely disastrous for my forehead and T-zone. This powder foundation does provide a flawless coverage, but will wear off after a few hours, even with using a primer first. For these two reasons I cannot recommend this product.
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on 4/26/2016 10:41:00 PM
More reviews by jujubinha
Skin: Oily, Fair, Cool
Hair: Brown, Wavy, Medium
I really, really love this! I was looking for a powder foundation for ages, one that was travel friendly (no loose powder, thanks) and versatile enought that I could wear it lightly if I wanted a more natural look. MAC's studio finish sits too heavy on my face, BareMineral's compact powder foundation (forgot its name) was a NIGHTMARE on my skin, but this, this is just right. I originally bought a darker colour (120, I think) but it oxidized like crazy and yep, I did end up orangy. But then I changed the colour (2 or 3 shades lighter), and voilá! I still think it's not the perfect colour: I ended up with 117 - golden ivory, and I'm not golden *anything*, but it still work just great! I use it dry with a kabuki or a buffering brush, like Real Techniques' Expert brush, or Sephora's mineral powder one, and get just the right coverage I want. I've also been known to use it more lightly over a more sheer liquid foundation, just using a less compact brush, and I also like it this way. I'm definitely buying it again - hopefully in the right colour this time.
on 3/25/2016 11:21:00 AM
More reviews by MakeupAddict86
Skin: Combination, Fair, Not Sure
Hair: Brunette, Straight, Medium
My initial thoughts on this Powder Foundation we're mediocre to say the least. I had purchased this product at my local Sephora for $ 45 Canadian + tax so closer to $ 50. To me the price wasn't much of a concern. However having looked back on this product now.. it's surely not worth the price especially for how it wore.I was in the mood to search out a NEW Powder Foundation to try out wearing to work. Considering I work as a hospital housekeeper, I needed a product that can wear for 8 + hours, be able to control sweat and slight shine in my T-Zone. Now I would say I have Combination to Normal skin at best it's not too oily in the T-Zone but just slightly.So I first tried this product on a day off and wore it to do a family photo shoot. I was scared by how orange it looked, but it wasn't that bad in natural day light. It looked good, wore OK and considering that it was summer I touched up 1 time.I figured I'd try it at my job, first impression was rather shocked. It caked around the creases of my nose, and it looked a bit dry looking. I put it away.. and tried it just the other day at work, to see if there is any difference. Nope.. it wore well on my forehead and cheeks but around my nose and chin it looked like it was wearing off. Not impressed considering I praise MUFE. The best foundation they have and a favourite still is their Face & Body which is # 1 in my books. I switched to Powder Foundation as I found liquids don't hold up as well at work. Now that I know this product doesn't work as a foundation I will use it as a base under my eyeshadows and it will have a renewed purpose !.
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