So I eyed this product for a year before purchasing this because I thought setting powder was something they just sold to you but you did not really need it. Boy was I wrong, I am in love with this product. It was not until another pageant friend also suggested this product and showed me the difference that I became a convert.
Combination (Dry and Oily)
About the Product:
This powder can be worn alone or on top of your makeup. This high definition powder gives you an airbrush finish and gives a smooth look to your face. It is like putting clear nail polish on your nail color, you don’t have to but it is a nice finish. And of course the powder doesn’t make your face shinny like my clear nail polish analogy.
This definition powder lasts on my face for about half a day. So I apply for make-up at around seven in the morning and it lasts till around 1 in the afternoon. I do touch my face a little bit more than the average person because I like to
lend my face on my hand while in class. So this product may last longer if you don’t touch your face as much.
I have tired Bare Minerals’ Mineral Veil and it is comparable. Bar Minerals; Mineral Veil is only $20 for .21 oz of product. And Make Up For Ever HD Powder is $32 for .32 oz. In my opinion the Mineral Veil gives you a different kind of airbrush finish. It gives you an airbrush look within your face color since you have to choose a mineral veil color closest to your skin tone. But with the HD Definition Powder the white powder gives the face another dimension and a dewy look. The Mineral Veil is more of a matte look. Both products are good it just depends what kind of look you are going for and what you can afford.
Pros: The produce is translucent when applied so it works for all skin colors.
It makes your make-up an airbrush finish and it looks like you just stepped out of a professional photo-shoot.
Cons: The product is expensive at $32 for .32 oz.
You have to be careful when you apply the powder because it is packaged as a loose powder.
I hope you enjoyed my review!