Hey there internet lovelies. It’s review time and imma jump right into it today.
Does it sit well over your foundation?: Yes it doesn’t cling awkwardly or look to heavy over foundation, even full coverage ones.
Translucent?: It’s not translucent, so if you looking to cream highlight and contour this isn’t the powder you want to set those two with.
Does it keep your makeup in place?: It does do a good job at keeping my makeup from transforming so I have no complaints there.
Flashback?: While I rarely take flash photos, this isn’t a HD powder nor is it white in color so I think it’s safe to not worry about any issues regarding flashback.
Shade range?: It’s now available in 6 shades. I’m in the shade natural.
Packaging: I’ll admit that the original packaging of this powder was way more better looking but what can you do. There aren’t any major issues with the packaging it doesn’t have a lid that comes loose so you don’t have to worry about possibly losing it.
Formula: It has a nice smooth buttery formula, it’s not chalky or dusty and just easily applies onto the face.
Who would like this: People not wanting to spend a lot of money on a setting powder, peeps who like pressed setting powders.
Who wouldn’t like this?: people who have a very picky skin tone and may not find a good shade. Those of you who are looking for something to set under eye concealer with. This powder doesn’t do well at setting under eye concealer.
Availability: Priceline and the Australis site primarily. It’s an Australian brand peeps so international folks probably will have little or no access to this product.
Overall thoughts?: This is a pretty good setting powder, I’m not overly fussy with setting powders as long as they don’t make my face look super powdery and cakey I’m a happy chap.
Would I repurchase this?: Yes. It’s a good powder, affordable and being that it’s pressed I’d select this to travel with over a loose powder.
That’s it for today’s post. What setting powders do you guys love? Tell me about them in the comments below.