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“Pressed powder”

published 22/08/2014

AdvantagesLasts long enough, stays matte

DisadvantagesNot enough coverage on it's own, no applicator

...gives your skin. If you have dry skin you might not feel the need to use powder over foundation, however, it helps it set better on your face, so I'd still suggest it. No Applicator? No, the powder box doesn't actually inclue a brush or a puff applicator of some kind. I know, I know, it isn't necessary to have one with it I mean, you can buy a little puffy or fluffy brush at bloody poundland...

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“Add powder”

published 08/03/2014

AdvantagesCheap and easy to apply

DisadvantagesThe lid is useless

...Rimmel powder I don't often wear powder but sometimes when I am going out at night and want my foundation to have a bit more staying power I do opt for a powder. This costs £3.99 and is available from chemists and supermarkets. It is I believe at the lower end of the price range for this kind of product but if it does the job then I'm not one for fancy names and prices. It promises up to 5...

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AdvantagesFinely-milled, not cakey, great packaging, doesn't dry skin out

DisadvantagesNot great for oil absortion

...and doesn't leave you looking powdery. It has a velvet like finish and it also doesn't dry your skin, which is a huge plus for my desert-like skin (specially the undereye area), but, if you're oily, I don't know if it'll do much for you in terms of keeping you matte. Another downside is that it doesn't have much coverage but then again, it's a setting powder, not a foundation. I've tried using it on its...

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