The Silky formula melts into the skin for adjustable coverage. Apply alone or over foundation for a flawlessly smooth and natural-looking finish. The portable makeup compact and sponge is convenient for on-the-go touchups.
I really do like this - it works surprisingly well on my oily skin & sets my make up. It looks great throughout the day esp with a primer under it. Will repurchase till I find something better, but in the mean time, this is all I meed. :D
I absolutely LOVE this pressed powder! The color is a bit too dark for me but it doesn't really matter. The formula is so silky and smooth and does not look cakey at all on my skin. It stays on through out the day and keeps shine and oil off my face. The only thing I don't like is that I can't find it in stores anymore :\.
I purchased this in sand & buff because I wasn't sure which would match. They both work one for summer the other for winter. They have a good coverage. I would repurchase, but they look kind of dry so I wouldnt reccomend using solo. Maybe use it on top of your liquid foundation. Idk it's up to you how you use it! But its a go.
Is this the best pressed powder in the world? No. But it does a decent enough job at keeping shine down and providing a bit of coverage that it's worth buying just to keep in your purse or if you just want something to set your foundation with without having to spend much money.
My shade is in Buff & it matched my skin tone perfectly but right off the bat, this powder is definitely NOT oil-free. I have combination type skin, so initially i'm dry but once I apply makeup, I get extremely oily & this powder made me 10x more oily & I broke out like crazy. But I think it would work out perfectly for normal/dry skin types. Plus it's really affordable. But for me personally, I have to stick to oil-free products as much as possible!
I understand that only so many powders can match the skin perfectly, but this is too yellow toned, and thick to be a nice "setting powder" over liquid foundation. That was the intention I had with this product. If you're as pale as me, I'd suggest you pass it up and spend an extra 3 or 4 dollars to buy a powder that will match your skin tone better! :)