Size 0.26 oz|
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Ulta's Mineral Setting Powder sits lightly upon skin to even your complexion and highlight your skin.
How to Use
Rated 4.08 out of 5 stars
I got a nice sized sample of this in a GWP and have only used it to set my under eye corrector and concealer, but I have to say I really like it. I have oily skin yet some fine lines under my eyes and this didn't settle into them. It even helped blur and brighten the area a little. I'll keep using it to see if I continue to like it.
I have to do the majority of my Ulta shopping online because there are no stores close to me. Because of that, I have become a pro at searching reviews and trying to find the best products. I was not pleased with this one. It did not set my foundation very well, and it moved my liquid foundation around my face. I use patting motions to set my foundation to keep away from smears, but it did not work with this setting powder. It also oxidizes, and gets darker the longer you wear it. Unlike the picture, the product is packaged similarly to Bare Minerals products. This one has a tab over it that has to be twisted in order for the product to come out. Overall, I was not pleased with this product. I would not recommend it if you are looking for a good setting powder.
Dianne from Olive Branch, MS
Do not like the setting powder. I will purchase Bare Minerals. Would return if I could.
AJ from Michigan
Works as expected.
Ashtyn from WA
Couldn't get the powder out. Had to force the top off in order to even use it. Not user friendly in any way. The powder itself is fine, nothing life changing but does what you need it to. Just very inconvenient as i had to leave the top off, risking spills.
I'll pass from Orland Park
The shade I bought was Tan Warm and it literally made me look so pale. The powder sat on my skin like chalk so I obviously will be returning as this product isn't meant for me.
Ang from Cedar falls
This product works just as well as the dermablend setting powder for a lot less money!
Nette from Alexandria, VA
I was searching for an alternative to BareMinerals and thought I would try the Ulta brand; however, I do not know how to open it. BareMinerals at least provides a tab that you can pull up. With Ulta, I have been turning and turning the little lever, but nothing comes out. I took some scissors to the side of the container and it cracked. I will update this review once I find a way to open this.
Sandy from Michigan
From what little bit I've been able to get out of the container, I THINK I like it. The packaging is ridiculous. My hope is that it will work as well as the big name brand I've been using for 16 years, which has almost doubled in price. I think
I'm going to have to take a hammer to the jar to find out.
bre from morganton
very light perfect feel
Mimi from Calera, AL
I love it! Goes on smoothly and does not cake up. Leaves face feeling fresh!
Lala from Tampa
I read a bunch of negative reviews about this but it was on sale and I desperately needed a setting powder. The color matched my skin perfectly and it completely solved my issue of under eye concealer creasing. It also helped smooth and highlight the rest of my face after foundation. I would definitely buy again!
Liz from SD
There were NO holes in the spinning tray lid. I had to get a pliers to remove the tray and even get to the makeup. 2 stars bc I did like how it looked when I got it on. Figure out this ridiculous problem as others I see have posted the same.
Margdelp from Ohio
This powder is for a medium skin tone. My tone is ivory, and this powder is way too dark. Translucent powder shouldn't have tint.
Racyta from Ms
It's a good product. Can be frustrating getting it out after using it for a while. Love the matte look it gives.
Reenwad from Boyne, MI
I really like this setting powder, and love that it costs less than my normal brand.
saigh from Illinois, USA
I've had this powder for a few months now, and up until this week, I felt so so about it. The main reason I'm taking a star off, is the packaging. When I first got it, hardly any product would come out of the sifter, so I had to take it apart, which was not an easy (or clean) thing to do. I used it with a brush for quite some time and thought it was just okay. It definitely sets your makeup, but it looked like you were wearing powder. I don't know what made me try it with a damp sponge this past week, but I'm so happy I did it. It looks flawless applied that way, and makes my makeup last all day, even under my mask.
JED from Wisconsin
I have used this product for years, but I noticed on the most recent container that the ingredients have changed. The first ingredient is now talc. The reason I prefer mineral-wear make up is to avoid talc. I won't buy this again.
Becca from Washington
Worked really well on my foundation for a little while, but now every time I use it, it just ruins the foundation and looks really bad. I do not recommend this.
Danielle from Silverdale
Yes I took the tape off, even put the lid on and banged it over and over again against the counter upside down. Hit it on its side like other loose powders, all the tricks and only a tinny tinny amount comes out. It's a waste of time and money.
Skinny mimi from Miss
Light weight and good coverage.
AStorm from Oregon
Love the luminescent finish
Ash from Michigan
Gives my skin all the coverage it needs with this setting powder. Looks flawless
Melissa from Wilmington, NC
I've tried seemingly every setting powder there is, and they all made me cakey feeling. Not sure why I kept trying to find an alternative to this, other than thinking because it was store brand, it couldn't be as good as high end powders. I've finally accepted it's just that good. Out of my entire makeup stash, this is the one item I keep back ups on and have repurchased consistently over the past two years. Love picking it up when Ulta runs a B2G2 sale! This is my holy grail setting powder!
Car lady from Florida
Not as expected or described.
D from PA
Put on after primer or foundation. Keeps oily skin matte
Sage from Wisconsin
Using it to bake I felt it dried a little weird after left on for a while...like it took a little more than normal effort to brush off excess with a powder brush. Using it to set and highlight certain parts of my face it worked very nice, leaving a natural finish and no film. I used a dry Beauty blender to apply over medium coverage foundation/concealer and I usually apply a couple times throughout makeup routine depending what I'm using it for.