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Kat Von D Lock-it Setting Powder
BY KAT VON D
4.45 / 5 based on 7,965 Reviews
Get ready for the latest breakthrough…Lock-It Setting Powder is not your grandma’s loose powder! Our groundbreaking technology reduces the weight by 30% compared to the leading setting powder, so you get a better finish with NO chalkiness or added texture. That means less weight, NO cake!
This silky, non-drying powder is formulated with Micro-Blurring Technology™ to softly diffuse pores for a velvety-matte, selfie-ready finish. Our universal translucent shade is truly undetectable on all skintones, so everyone can lock down and mattify their makeup!
For flawless all-over setting, apply Lock-It Setting Powder with the Lock-It Setting Powder Brush. To bake or set under-eye concealer, use the Lock-It Precision Powder Brush.see more...
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Kat Von D Lock-it Setting Powder
Hands down the best setting powder out there. Minimizes/blurs the appearance of pores. Does not look cakey. Doesn’t leave a white cast over. Very finely mild. Would highly recommend it.
This is my favourite setting powder so far. I apply this under my eyes and along my jaw line and it gives my makeup a flawless finish with a matte look. Great for my oily skin type.
Review for: Kat Von D Lock-It Setting Powder 0.19 oz/ 5.4 g more...
It is a good powder and you get quite a lot of product for the price. Obviously it’s a high end brand so it’s more expensive but it is good. Makes the concealer stay put without creasing and blends easy with foundation and everything.
I love this setting powder. Kat Von D has amazing products almost everything she brings puts out is A+ and most of her products are vegan and all are cruelty free.
I’ve used it for like three years and It’s always done an amazing job, my make up would stay on for a really long time. However it’s not my first option for baking
I have owned this powder about 4 months now, and have been going between this and the Laura Mercier translucent setting powder - which I love. At first I enjoyed it just as much as the Laura Mercier powder but over time I noticed that It has a slight sparkle to it - when taking pictures with a flash this does sometimes show up. I was only really using this under my eyes, which apart from the small partials of shimmer within it, it did set my concealer in place all day without making my under eyes look dry or crapey. I would recommend this for people with oily skin as it is mattifying, however I am unsure as to how well it would work on someone with dry skin. If you could put up with a slight shimmer particles within the powder then I would defiantly try this out but as it is not the most affordable powder for the amount you receive I would be weary of this and possibly try the Laura Mericer translucent setting powder instead.
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I looked through Q&A and noticed term "baking" that I don't quite understand. What does it mean in the context of setting powders?
Is this good for oily skin? Does it actually work
It works perfect for the braking?
Is this powder any good?? does it look cakey at all? does it compare to the laura mercier translucent powder?
Is this worth for the price?
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