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Physicians Formula Airbrushing Loose Powder
4.15 / 5 based on 169 Reviews
New! Mineral Wear Talc-Free Airbrushing Loose Powder Smoothing + Firming + Lifting Effect SPF 30 16 Hour Airbrushing Finish Buffing Kabuki Brush Included! Next Generation Mineral Loose Powder Ultra-fine mineral powder delivers impeccable coverage for a flawless airbrushed finish. Visibly reduces the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, pores and sun damage. Age Defying Powder and Protection Formulated with soothing plant extracts, protective antioxidants, nourishing Vitamins C and E and SPF 30. The result is a visibly firm, smooth and youthful complexion. Buffing Kabuki Brush Effortlessly buffs on powder for a smooth, skin-perfecting finish. New ultra-dense, flat shape provides a completely uniform and even application of loose powder. The Talk on Talc Gentle, talc-free, minimalist formula allow skin to breathe. Can help minimize the risk of irritation and breakout. Eliminate see more...
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- "Even though it's a powder, it has really good coverage and makes my skintone a lot more even." in 2 reviews
- "This works great for my oily, sensitive skin." in 1 review
- "Excellent for sensitive and acne prone skin." in 1 review
- "I really liked this powder, and for awhile it was the only thing I needed to wear." in 1 review
- "Just got the product to try out, not a big fan of foundation because it feels heavy." in 1 review
Review for: Natural Beige more...
I bought this about a year ago in Natural beige & I will say its not my favorite PF face product but it's not all that bad. I've only bought it once and probably wouldn't buy it again unless it was maybe on sale for a really good price. What I did like was the SPF, & it does give a nice airbrush look which is definitely nice to achieve flawless looking skin with it being talc free too! What I didn't like was the brush that came with it, it didn't seem to last long on my face, & how messy it is. I did keep the lid on but it definitely would still some how pour out in my make up bag & it's pretty messy. It's not the best & not the worst just kind of MEHH...
Im an acne sufferer. Every foundation makes me break out. I used bare minerals before and loved it. It healed my skin! However I don't have the money to keep buying it. So I searched for a dupe and found this. It seemed promising. And it was awesome! It covers my acne, looks airbrushed and has healed my breakouts. I wish I had gotten this sooner. The color seemed a little dark but once applied it wasn't that dark. The ONLY flaw is the packaging. Nobody used the brushes, read the reviews. And it's awkward. That's the only thing bare minerals has on you. Please change the packaging!
Review for: Translcent Light more...
I purchased this product at a drugstore and I was originally hesitant to try it's but once I started using it I did not regret it. It gave me just the amount of coverage I need without messing up my foundation and concealer. The only thing I didn't enjoy about it was its smell. I often went days without wearing powder at all just because of how bad it smelt. And the smell would not go away. It was a silicon type smell that resinated in your nostrils for hours. If you have a high tolerance for scents, I recommend this product but for others it might just be a deal breaker.
I liked that this had a small brush with it, but as, much as I wanted to live this product it didn't work for me. I went straight back to my go to Laura Mercier Secret Brightening Powder. This set in my fine lines and made them more apparent. It also didn't work so well with my drier skin type. I am always searching for something I like better so maybe the it Cosmetics Bye Bye Pores next.
When I was younger and in high school, with not a lot of money, I would buy the Physicians Formula powder. It gives you a matte finished look, but you could definitely tell that you had powder on. It didn't look horrible, but I way prefer my Urban Decay, Tarte, BareMinerals, etc... I would by all means use this powder again if it ever came down to me having to buy it again.
For drugstore powder, this stuff is pretty good. It comes with a brush that is a little rough for my preferences but it does the job if you don’t have another to use. Kind of ridiculous that they don’t have any colors other than light ranges but oh well. They’re missing out on customers of other skin colors.
This was a really nice, pigmented mineral powder. Only downside was the color range is not very diverse, so it was a little darker than my skintone, and stood out. It was easier to apply, but the container was a little hard to work with. I would repurchase if there was a better shade match
Two words, air brush. Or maybe it's one word?🤔 Who knows and who cares! As long as this does it's job! And it does just that. It's super easy to apply and convenient that it comes with a brush already. It's a great setting and finished powder and you can get it at just about any drugstore
Review for: Natural Beige, Creamy Natural more...
Let me tell you about this beautiful product. This is so easy to apply . Just fluff on right after foundation . Pros - easy to apply. Cons- messy with powder . It has a wonderful natural look after applying with hint of shimmer .i would buy this again . Especially for the winter .
Overall this is a decent product. It definitely evens out your skin tone, but I think it needs to be used in combination with a concealer of some sort to really do its job. The brush that comes with is very picky so use your own brushes to apply! Probably better products out there
Q & A
I use the pressed airbrushing powder all the time. I love it for my sensitive skin. It is one of the few powders I have found that covers without making it look like I caked makeup on. I am wondering how to loose powder compares to the pressed. Has anyone tried both and have a preference?
How is the coverage on this? I like a full coverage Matte finish
"illuminating" concerns me - how sparkly/glittery is this product?
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