what it is
what it does
2-3 (Works with "un" cover-up shades 22 & 33)
3-4 (Works with "un" cover-up shades 33 & 44 & 55)
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How To ApplyTo minimize shine, apply lightly with powder puff or brush, concentrating on the T-zone area. The included puff is preferred for a better-controlled application as puffs tend to deposit less powder onto the skin.
ROSE-MARIE’S TOP TIP
Use with “un” cover-up to create a silky second skin.
IngredientsSilica, Mica, Titanium Dioxide (CI 77891), Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499)
This is an unusual product. I'm still playing around with it, but I think I like it. It does a good job of setting the foundation without getting cakey or weird. I've also tried powdering my eyelids before applying eye polish (to prevent creasing), but it doesn't seem to work for me. Perhaps I shall try powdering after applying the eye polish and see if that goes any better.
I absolutely love this powder. I am 47 years old and I haven’t worn powder in years due to my dry skin. This powder is so light and soft. It does not settle in lines and just gives enough coverage. I use the RMS beauty oil, “UN” cover-up by RMS along with their eyeshadow and of course my favorite Luminizer.
I don't know how I went on without this product. It definitely keeps the shine at bay and it's perfect for someone like me who has combo skin with an oily t-zone. The fact that it's tinted gives a nice thin layer upon your makeup or I can imagine it's fine on it's own.
I’ve tried many powders and this is the only one that works well with my skin. I don’t react to any of the ingredients