Size 1.0 oz|
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Rated 3.67 out of 5 stars
Chrissy from NH
I use this product to set my concealer and/or foundation. The shade blends so well that you can't even see it. It is light, doesn't settle into creases, doesn't cling to dry patches. Mattifies makeup. Love it.
Kimmy from Lansing, MI
I have very dry skin and this powder had been a life saver! It doesn't dry out your skin too much and keeps everything looking fresh.
MakeupLoves from United States
Yall, I went into this thinking that I was buying the Smart Shade powder, which has a luminous finish, but it is not so BEWARE. Its the complete opposite: matte and drying.
Jo from Florida
I use a big powder brush tap off the excess and smooth the powder in upwards strokes from the bottom of my face and out to the sides so its even....
TM83 from New Hampshire
This powder is super soft, has a beautiful silky texture, and goes on invisibly. It looks gorgeous for the first twenty minutes, and then turns bright orange-tan and three shades darker. I'm an NC15 in the Winter, and NC20 the rest of the year. I chose the 100 Light shade. Not only does it turn orange and dark, but it also lifts off of my face and seems to float on top of it, like an orange mask.
Not Orange from Sacramento
This product has a great texture and I wanted to love it, but it oxidizes very badly! By the end of the day, I was at least two shades darker because it oxidized so badly! I bought the powder in "Light."
LM from Houston
Love it, my new favorite for everyday use. It's light weight, doesn't cake up or settle on fine lines, and it does give you a luminous glow
Ashley from Texas
I love this loose powder. I find it is the perfect texture that applies lightly yet sets my foundation perfectly. I have had zero issues with this powder getting cakey or creasing or sticking to any dry patches. It is seamless. I know these are sold in shades but I don't notice the powder adding too much coverage. I wont say it doesn't add ANY coverage but I do notice that my base makeup underneath just looks more flawless once I apply the powder. I use a large slanted kabuki brush to pick up the powder then tap off any extra into the lid and swirl my brush in that so that the powder is equally distributed on the brush.
MF from Mexico
You should try it.