Milani The Multitasker Face Powder Review & Swatches
I don’t wear a ton of powder foundations or setting powders but when I do I want something lightweight, easy on my dry skin, and inexpensive. Long gone are the days of buying expensive powders because I simply cannot justify indulging in a higher end powder when I know I won’t be using it. I have dry skin and powders aren’t exactly the most friendliness products in the world for such a skin type.
Why pay more when I can pay less?
Milani Multitasker Face Powder is the perfect treat for dry skin and it won’t break the bank!
This is $7 bucks and you can’t get a nicer powder at the drugstore in my humblest. I’m not keen on the gold packaging that Milani favors as I find it a little uneventful and me, being the packaging h0r I am, I would love something a little more prettier. But it is practical and somewhat techie in the fact it has the powder on top and a very generous mirror and well that houses the puff for application on the bottom.
Out side of the packaging there is absolutely no reason you shouldn’t indulge particularly if you’re like me and rarely use powder as this delivers inexpensive quality face powder to your regime.
The powder is silky, blends easily, and sits very comfortably atop my drier skin. Another words, it doesn’t accentuate patchy dry areas. The lightweight formula doesn’t feel like a mask, doesn’t make me itch, and has a long wear that doesn’t fade away within an hour or two of application!
You can set with it, use it to finish up your foundation or bb cream, or you can use it as a lightweight foundation. The powder isn’t terribly pigmented and for the most part transparent but it has some color to it, enough that will perfect your face and even out skin tone for lighter coverage should you choose to wear it as such.
(Swatched above: Medium)
Honestly, it’s just as great as any other powder I’ve purchased from say MAC or even Dior for that matter. Silky, smooth, blends a snap, and works to create a perfectly flawless canvas on my face, all this for under $7 bucks.
Do try it, I think you’ll be surprised.
Available at Walgreens, CVS, or online at www.milanicosmetics.com
Muse Approved for purchase.
This review contains a sample product sent for consideration by PR.
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