Exclusive creamy pigment technology blends flawlessly to match every skin tone Has a lightweight, blendable and breathable formula with a natural, non-cakey finish
Really good unlike the liquid counterpart. This power looks small but lasts for ages so well worth the money. Smooth even finish and doesn't make my skin look dry like most powders do. Would recommend to anyone :)
Pigmented and color matches accurately
Soft, lightweight feel on skin
Good amount of product for the price
Pigments that provide "dewyness" are very fine so you don't look overly-oily
Gives skin a nice glow
Not a matte finish like I thought it was, but that's my bad
If you use this in conjunction with other Maybelline cosmetics (i.e. their concealer and mousse foundations) you will achieve a flawless look. I found that using products from the same brand never fails me and this is no different. If you apply it lightly streaks won't be obvious and it is quite light on the skin. I definitely recommend it!
So I got my pressed powder at walmart for about $8, not insluding tax...which I think it's a bit pricey for powder, but the more expensive the better quality, in my opinion. I am in the shade 235, medium, and I have to say, it's a pretty accurate shade to my skin tone, I could just use this without any foundation!
I used the labeler that has all of the shades, where you can determine what color shade you are by just using your wrist on the applicator....if it dissappears, that's your shade. I first swatched it with a finger on my wrist after I bought it, and it came out pretty glittery. From the store display, it looked matte, but now that I was at home and trying it out, it seemed more shimmer than ever!
Luckily the next day, I used it as a setting powder for my under eye circle concealer, and I used my elf powder brush, which in fact, gave a whole different result.It actual came out matte, with a hint of shimmer, which is pretty nice for a subtle highlight on the under eyes. I used it on my temples also. I wouldn't reccomend it as a regular daily powder, unless you want that sunkissed look all over your face. I do reccomend
using a powder brush at all times with this powder. If not, you will get a dissapointing result.
This is one of my favorite powders. It looks very good on camera, and it basically eliminates shine and oil. I looks even on my face, and since I got a darker color than my actual skin tone, by mistake, it gives me a natural looking tan. And it doesn't look caked on. I'm in love with this product!
Out of all the FitMe products (foundation/concealer) I like the powder the best. It goes well with any foundation besides the FitMe, its light weight, great shades and it doesn't look noticeable. The price is great, under $10 and lasts a long time.
I recommend this product but I do not recommend the FitMe foundation and concealer (I have reviews on them as well)
I opted for the Fit Me Pressed Powder after I read that the foundation counterpart slips off of combo/oily skin, which I unfortunately have. The shade I use is 320 - Honey Beige. I'm impressed by powder's oil control and medium/full coverage. My face looks matte and not too powdery/ashy. Docked off a star and half because while the design looks very nice, the compact feels big and clunky taking up half of my makeup bag. Wish the packing was more sleeker since half of the compact is empty space to hold a powder puff that is never used.
The Fit Me pressed powder is a great drugstore product. The good things about this product would be that it gives you a natural matte finish, the product has an awesome lasting power, it goes on smoothly/softly, their is a shade for everyone and it is affordable! What more could you ask for? One of my favourite products!! I have been using it for a year and a half and I switch up my shade through the seasons. AMAZING PRODUCT! :)
...I'm not sure if I'll repurchase. I mean, I'll come back to it, if I won't find something better, because it is AMAZING product. Doesn't look cakey. Sets my make up well. But it's not perfect. I still loved it though.