Geez, I am finally able to get online again. I am so sorry for the lack of update. The culprit was the broken modem! The modem was broken and we tried countless times to contact the person in charge of it and guess what, he finally came after we tried contacting him for almost a week! Enough ranting, let’s get started! 😀
What it claims: Ultra-fine particles of smooth powder you’ll ever experience. The satin softness and extremely lightweight properties that melts onto your skin for a velvety and evenly, matte finish. Skin looked natural with glow, fresh and flawless all day long.
Ingredients: talc, corn starch, dimethicone, zeolite, ethylene/methacrylate copolymer, methylparaben, isopropyl titanium triisostearate, bht, gingko biloba leaf extract, rosa canina fruit extract.
I decided to include the ingredient of the product from now on as some of you might be quite particular regarding it :). Anyway, is it me or the grammar of the claims I took from the packaging is seriously bothering me? OK, it’s not like my English is perfect or anything (in fact, I speak and write broken English lol), but I think they should have had someone editing whatever claims they put in their products’ packaging.
As you might have noticed it, the loose powder came in a transparent tube. It reminds me of The Body Shop shimmering powder, only this one does not come with the clickety thingy (lol!). I think the packaging is a great idea as it allows us to see how much product is still left in the tube. The plus point (as well as the minus point) of Definit’e Magic Finish Loose Powder can be seen in the picture below:
Yes, it came with a fluffy powder brush attached to it and a shifter so that you can control the amount of powder you want to use. Big yay for this feature but boo for the brush. It is quite soft and not that scratchy, but it shed like hell when I first started using it. After quite a while, the shedding was not as bad as the first one but it still sheds some hairs, one or two. The other plus point regarding the packaging is that you can bring it along for touch ups. For those who do not like having two separate powders, having Definit’e Magic Finish Loose Powder will be convenient.
The shade I got is Absolute Medium. It might look scarily dark in the picture, but believe me it suits my NC25 skin just nice. I think NC25 to NC30 can wear this shade just fine. Even though it claims to give a matte finish, it is not perfectly true. It still gave me a glowy finish, which I actually like! 😀
I think the pictures say it all ;). So now you get what I meant when I said I had this kind of glowy radiant finish after dusting Definit’e Magic Finish Loose Powder? I did try to look at the tube closely and I could not see any shimmer in it (or maybe it is just me who has very bad eyesight).
Talking about the staying power, I did not actually have to touch up throughout the day. It kept any oil I secreted at bay. So at the end of the day, I still looked radiant. Shoo that tired face away!
My advice when you just first start using Definit’e Magic Finish Loose Powder is tapping it gently until you see substantial amount of powder coming out. Use the last shifter (III) to set your foundation and you can use the others for touch up depending on the amount you need.
Plus: Radiant matte finish, oil-control property, convenient packaging, shifter to adjust to your need
Minus: Might be pricey for some people, the provided brush sheds during the first few usage