|It comes with a mirror and separate compartment for the sponge applicator. It might seem bulky but I really don't mind. The packaging very similar to my Mom's Sally Hansen Firming Foundation.|
|Tiny openings for ventilation??|
|Just one swipe. This powder has a very fine and silky texture.|
|Did I get the right shade?|
See for yourself.
Ohh.. I am not fooling you.. I really swiped the powder on my skin in this picture.
It blended on my skin like... MAGIC!!
On to the Product Review:
I find the packaging quite uneasy to use. You know with all the flipping and all that stuff because the mirror and the sponge is in a separate compartment. On a positive side, I like that the sponge has a separate compartment. I hate placing my sponge applicator on top of my powder since I feel like it can accumulate a lot of bacteria and all that nasty stuffs you could think of. The foundation is a steal for 399 pesos. I get 15 grams for this. That's a lot of product in a compact! My In2It foundation only weighs 9 grams. The coverage of this foundation is remarkable. It is not too cakey or heavy at all but it covers pretty well. It goes on smoothly when applied. It gives me that flawless finish. It has this subtle mocha scent. It is not really bothering at all. Plus, I did not get any zits or rashes in using this one.
I will definitely give this powder foundation a 10/10 grade.
You know, when I like a product I just extremely like it. This is not utter exaggeration!
My first time to use this foundation was on this FOTD. (used with KevinBeautymaker Aqualight Cream Foundation)
I was shocked too when I uploaded this photo. It evened out my skin tone so well but my skin does not look this perfect at all. NO PHOTOSHOP HERE.
It was my first time to use my new camera on portrait shots. just the soft skin feature of my camera.. :D godbless everyone