Kimberley Santos, Pop Couture
I have to be honest, and say that I am rather skeptical, and would scoff at anyone that may suggest I try something advertised via infomercial. (You gotta door, you gotta workout!) And when it comes to products which promise you can use six different ways (really?! I don\’t want to use a bronzer that can also be lipgloss â€“ no thanks) but& Nude by Nature powder is something different.
I\’m generally intimidated by loose powders, especially when in a rush; but clever designs of the packaging, with its handy sifter that ensure you aren\’t going to get too much product onto your brush makes it fool-proof. No, really. It is the worst feeling when you shake a teeny bit, and about a week\’s worth of powder flies out. Just not a great look, and not the best value for money!
With the introductory set â€“ you get the foundation, bronzing powder, and a mineral veil , ie a finishing powder that will ensure your look stays in place. Â To top it off, it comes complete with a soft, dense brush that will apply the powder *just* right across a clean, moisturized and/or primed face.
In the recent unseasonably humid heat, I can say that this definitely holds up well. I haven\’t been too shiny, it hasn\’t run off my face in a â€˜oh my gosh, her face is made of candlewax\’ kinda look. (Which Mickey Rourke seems to be comfortable with) but it is super light, and just blends into my skin beautifully without feeling heavy after a long day. The brush is quite lush, and soft, and not the general kind of afterthought-of-a-brush that you get in many makeup sets. I can say that this is an introductory set you\’d definitely get a lot out of â€“ well worth a shot!
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