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Givenchy Prisme Libre
5 varieties available

Givenchy Prisme Libre


4.7 out of 5 stars
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4.74 / 5 based on 35 Reviews


A mattifying and color-correcting loose powder for the face combining four shades into one perfect harmony. This sheer and luminous powder mattifies, provides color-correction, and sets makeup to last longer. The pigments are lightweight, refreshing, and soften the complexion to perfection, while the veil of powder delivers a breath of radiance and luminosity. The secret to the formulation is in its pigments, which are treated with atomization technology making them extremely fine to glide on evenly for an ultra-natural, peachy-soft skin effect. The featherweight powder also boasts an exquisite fragrance trail featuring lilac and white musk. Each case includes a white microfiber powder puff for optimal gentleness on the skin the epitome of refinement. The formula and the pigments are treated with an exclusive technological atomization process guaranteeing a perfect and reproducible micrometric dimension in order to create a perfectly uniform, impalpable texture and a natural result. Shade descriptions each of the four shades is inspired by haute couture fabrics, from muslin to organza: - Mousseline Pastel: Sugar-coated colors, which correct and reduce imperfections for a natural opal effect. - Taffetas Beige: A cocktail of beiges, apricot and yellow, which delivers a healthy glow in just one stroke of a brush. - Organza Caramel: Cream, peach, cappuccino a dessert selection for the skin providing dreamy tanning. Perfectly sexy without excess. - Voile Rose: Sensual and voluptuous with a mingling of pinks and mother-of-pearl, this shade creates a halo of light and radiance. see more...

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Givenchy Prisme Libre
Givenchy Prisme Libre
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Ellie C.
Newport Beach
8 reviews
This powder smells amazing and sets wonderfully in most places, but it 100% oxidizes my foundation more than any other powder I've ever used. With foundation that is even a bit light on me, this powder makes it look orange. The Sephora assistant told me to get beige instead of translucent since it "matched", but I'm convinced that their lights are awful for makeup. Always test in natural light. But this powder sets great everywhere except for the eye area. 
Kennedy A.
isla vista
219 reviews
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 3
Review for: 1 Mousseline Pastel, 2 Taffetas Beige more...
I have this in taffetas beige and the moussiline pastel. I love them both. I would get the beige if you want something to make you a bit more tan looking for summer, and the pastel if you can't decide on a color or just want that invisible perfecting action. It sets your makeup well and also just gives you nice, natural, slightly more perfected skin. It also sets your makeup, and I definitely have noticed much more longevity in my makeup since I started using it. Its scented, but I love the scent so I dont mind a bit. If you use entirely too much, it can make you look a bit powdery, but its pretty hard to put too much on accidentally.
Jamie M.
238 reviews
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
Review for: 7 Voile Rose more...
This is hands down my favorite all over setting powder of all time as it evens the skin tone, feels like silk and actually works well with dry skin! A little bit goes a long way, so even though it’s an expensive product, it’ll last forever. Couldn’t recommend more!
Rosie D.
38 reviews
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 1
Review for: 5 Satin Blanc more...
Expensive but completely worth it. I use this powder to set my foundation and this makes my skin look perfect, a filtered look. It is a loose powder so it’s a bit messy but honestly it makes me look so good I don’t mind the mess
Christine B.
17 reviews
I read reviews before I bought this that said it was like applying a filter to your face. I think I would have to agree. I also bought the little keychain one (which is purple) and I think I like it even more, since the Mousseline Pastel can make me look a little white/dry if I don’t apply the right amount. The purple one makes my complexion look brighter since I’m olive.
Kim R.
29 reviews
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 1
I use the Visage Prisme (I believe!).  Make sure you run your face brush over all of the colors as they make a great finishing powder with color correction.  Love this item.
Kelly B.
Trinity, FL
37 reviews
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 1
Review for: 2 Taffetas Beige, 7 Voile Rose more...
These are amazing. I have two colors and use one every day. I use the bronzing one when I need a little sun kissed boost. Very little sets my makeup and gives me a beautiful glow. I even use them on days when I don’t wear foundation for a nice matte glow. They’re pricey but last a long time and totally worth it. One of my favorite products!
andrea t.
291 reviews
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 5
The unfortunate thing about this powder is that it can be difficult to get out without spillage everywhere, but it can really luminize your skin, adding a soft glow. Worth it
ashley g.
150 reviews
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 4
So pricey but soooo good. This makes my skin look flawless I love it. airbrushed finish for sure. couldn't imagine looking for pulled together. to light to set my whole face but perfect for underage. very finely milled and the packaging is amazing
Wanqing X.
Superior, CO
75 reviews
Beauty Junkie Expert Level 2
Review for: 7 Voile Rose more...
So expensive but such a nice finishing powder. I find that while it doesn’t really help with oil control, it makes the skin look absolutely flawless. Such a great, finely milled powder that doesn’t accentuate dry spots.
Bryanne G.
206 reviews
I'm on the hunt for a setting powder to sweep off my bake with. is this sparkly at all?
Britney D.
Spotsylvania, VA
13 reviews
Gosh I can't decide what color to get!! It's not carried in any local stores so I have to take a best guess. I've been looking for a setting powder that adds just a bit more color so I'm not looking into translucent powders. I'm light to medium, 3.5 in Urban Decay All nighter or Cashmere in Becca. I also have Sand in Hourglass but it fits my skin color more in the summer. I have neutral undertones. I can't decide between Satin Blanc or Taffetas Beige Or any recommendations:) HELP!
Brittany T.
110 reviews
So does this take place of Laura Mercier setting powder? 
Sarah N.
99 reviews
I've always loved the pink sparkly one. Anyone used that one? Is it meant as an all over face powder like the rest or some type of blush?

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Givenchy Prisme Libre
Givenchy Prisme Libre