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Black Radiance Pressed Powder
4.48 / 5 based on 104 Reviews
Black radiance pressed powder is formulated to absorb oil and minimize shine as it dries to a matte finish that looks fresh all day. Set your makeup for lasting loveliness with this oil-free formula. Keep a compact in your purse for quick touch-ups. see more...
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Review for: Mocha Dark more...
I use this as a contour. It’s really difficult for me to find this product in store anymore, but my dollar general carries a few shades. I have to buy different shades during the summer because I get a lot darker. This time I went for the mocha deep and it works well. The price is only $5. Only con is it takes a minute to blend, but once you do, your golden.
This is the bomb.com always been a fave in my book. This pairs well with foundation and it's very bendable. You also get your money's worth with this product. The shade range is also phenomenal for my melanin babies. And aside from that depending on how minimalist you are you may be able to get away with a few passes of this powder.
Review for: Golden Almond more...
I think this is overall I nice product for the price. I bought mine from dollar general so it cost about 4 dollars. I use it to set my entire face and it doesn’t come off as cakey. I use a little though and I make sure to blend it in as much as possible with a powder brush. I use the most under my eyes so I won’t look so white from my concealer and to give me a warm look. It’s nothing compared to MAC’s powders. Now if I don’t moisture my face enough before doing my makeup then it can come across as cakey.
I love these powders. They are very pigmented and they apply really nice. I use the shades Rich Mahogany and Bronze Glow to contour and bronze but I feel that they would work great to set the whole face. I definitely recommend especially for those on a budget as they are only about $4.
Review for: Golden Almond more...
I love this powder. It goes on well and is close to my skin tone. I had to get used to the brush applicator for the powder. I like the brush applicator alright but, I’m used to a sponge applicator. I use my hands to blend the powder. The powder lasts all day, I don’t have to reapply and that is awesome.
Review for: Golden Almond, Bronze Glow more...
The only powder I use to wipe away my setting powder (when baking) and to set my makeup. Always purchase mines from Wal-Mart and the price is very reasonable, $5. Pressed powder is nice, smooth, and comes in many shades. I love that it's Melanin girl friendly as well. Black Radiance Pressed Powder As you can see in my pic, my pressed powders are well loved, Lol. Definitely recommend!
I love this pressed powder. It is great. It is highly pigmented. I use this on myself and my clients. I also contour with it. It have my contour popping. It is inexpensive and I will buy it again and recommend it to everyone
Review for: Bronze Glow more...
I purchased this bronzer from target at random when I came across this brand. I seen plenty of reviews from WOC saying this was a good brand so I decided to pick this up along with other items from BR. This is my least favorite product. I just wasn’t impressed with it, I guess because the contour palette blew me away. I don’t think I would buy this again.
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I am always tempted to buy this but i am not sure . Black radiance is a drugstore brand so prices are sometimes move convenient but it can also be a not so good product.
How long does it last?
I am not a heavy makeup person and after moisturizing I just want a nice setting for my eyeliner and lipstick. Does this work well alone as a foundation?
I really want to try this ! What color do you ladies with "tan skin" get ? How is coverage ? does it appear cakey?
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