Not a fan, if you want me to be honest. I find that when I put this powder all over my face, in small quantities, it makes my skin appear darker while bringing out my redness. That's after I complete my makeup routine, meaning this powder is cutting through layers of foundation and primer to make it seem pointless. It does minimize pores, but I find that it's nothing extraordinary. Also, if you're not a fan of that heavy chemical dust that wafts off your brush when you apply, steer clear of this powder. Attached is an image of my foundation before the powder and after.
Feels great on the skin, great dupe for MUFE HD Powder
I enjoyed using this powder. Even with my dry skin, it didn't emphasize my dry spots.
However, if you're unfamiliar with these types of silica powders, keep in mind these do NOT look good with flash photography. I didn't repurchase for this reason.
Just as good as the MUFE Finishing Powder
If you love Make Up Forever's HD Translucent setting powder, this is definitely a good dupe for it. It costs about $9-11 depending on where you are and gives you a lot more product for your buck as opposed to the Make Up Forever one. It's also pretty much the same ingredients as the more high end brands and works wonders for my skin. I also love the feeling as well as the finish this powder gives after I've used it. I would definitely buy this again once I'm finished with my first jar.