Nov 24, 2015

NARS Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder

Let's get to the point without wasting anyone's time. This product works well but not as glorious as what it claims to be. It is a product good to have, but not a necessary one. You can find a lot of other loose powder with similar quality for a much lower price. Of course, when it comes to NARS, the brand is all that matters. So you decide where would you spend your money on... the branding or the quality?

Product description:
Enhances the look of foundation without a trace of color and prolongs makeup wear. This invisible silky powder is infused with Photochromic Technology to diffuse light and adjust to new sources of light throughout the day. Fine lines, wrinkles and pores optically fade as skin is visibly smoothed. Soft, silky and luxurious to the touch, this weightless formula applies evenly and blends effortlessly. Ideal for touch-ups, it helps regulate shine and seamlessly sets foundation. Paraben-free. Fragrance-free. Non-Comedogenic.

Instruction to use:
Lightly brush the product on to your face after applying foundation. 

I have sum up my opinion on the product on the introduction. I have no love spot for this product, yet I don't hate it. It does a good job in preserving my makeup throughout the day. And I must give credit for that. However, when it comes to photography, it doesn't perform up to my standard. The Anna Sui loose powder (pearl) and Makeup Forever HD give a more satisfying result when photographed. I'm also not a fan of the packaging.

Price: RM145 (I can't remember the exact price, but it should be around RM140)

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