I’ve had this product sitting on my desk since well before Christmas and it’s only in the past few days that I’ve got around to trying it out. I am not a fan of powder at all with only an occasional dip into a pot of Dior that I’ve had for years for the most part so I have limited personal experience. However, what reeled me into trying this is the ‘glow’ aspect.
This powder is whispy-fine – feeling like nothing at all on your skin. I don’t have oily skin and actively like a dewy finish but I did like the effect which, in truth, is barely noticeable. It’s a product for complexion refiners – those that like the very minute detail of a perfected skin finish and for that, it’s about as good as it gets. There’s a very subtle golden element to this powder that gives the lightest of lustres to soften and add radiance. You can just see it in the picture below.
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You’d need to go heavier I imagine if you’re using it to banish sheen and the lustre may well be more obvious but I think I’d always opt for glow than no glow especially if it’s as natural looking as this. It’s £29 HERE.
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