March 31, 2014

Sonia Kashuk Undetectable Pressed Powder Review

This was provided to me by a brand for review but all opinions expressed are my own

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Look out Maybelline Dream Wonder Powder, Sonia Kashuk Undetectable Pressed Powder is the new kid on the seamless powder block!

Sonia Kashuk new pressed powder comes in an Armani-like black case but not with the high price tag (It’s only $9.99!) and acts to set your makeup to a flawless finish.

Take a look!

Sonia Kashuk Undetectable Pressed Powder comes housed in a dual compartment black compact which features a generously sized mirror and the powder on the first level and a well housing the brush located in the lower compartment. The brush is a simple flat sweep brush which is quite soft and perfect for dusting the powder on for touch ups.

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This a light creamy beige but sets to a transparent finish on skin so most skin tones will be able to use it.

It’s is denser but not dry or chalky. It’s very fine and silky and leaves skin with a soft focused finish. It feels very weightless and doesn’t accentuate my drier skin. It does have some mattifying abilities but if you’re extra shiny it probably won’t curb oil for long. This will perfect your finished look as well as set your makeup for longer wear.

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I’m not really a powder person. I actually don’t use it all that often particularly during the colder weather but this could potentially change my mind. I like the way it melds with skin and creates a seamless finish. It’s a very naked, no powder look and my drier skin adores that as too many times powders accentuate my dryness and age my skin. You can of course use it on its own to just even out your skin tone but it works best as a setting powder in my experience.

If you’re looking for a lightweight powder that’s virtually invisible on skin yet perfects it you’re sure to love on Sonia Kashuk Undetectable Pressed Powder.

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This was provided to me by a brand for review but all opinions expressed are my own

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  • Avalith

    I got this few weeks ago and I ABSOLUTELY love it! You’re right, it probably won’t help with the super oily skin, but I guess that’s what those chalky, powdery pressed powders are for (I really like the new Loreal Mineral Powders for long wear look, as the powdery-ness of the powder gets worn down by oil and look really natural after a while) but this looks really natural. It reminds me of Sexy Mama from TheBalm, but this comes with an okay sized mirror and the “half moon” brush I love so much 😀 It really doesn’t look like you’re wearing powder at all. I love Sonia Kashuk so much 😀 Quality products at affordable prices!

  • Stephanie C.

    I have this in the old packaging and it’s great for a budget setting powder! I’m currently testing the new Chic Luminosity Glow powder, though, and I may favor it over Undetectable. 🙂

  • Jessica

    Muse, I’m not much of a powder person either due to dry skin but I really like this product. In fact, I think there isn’t much Sonia Kashuk does that I don’t like. I collect the brushes (I do use them) the way Soccer Moms collected Beanie Babies over a decade ago.
    I sent the company a letter several months ago asking about a few ingredients in their products. Shockingly, I received a response about eight days later. I’m like WOW! Basically, they stated that there’s so many products they would like to reformulate, add higher quality ingredients. But business wise, it’s about giving as high quality a product as they can give without a high quality price. I thought that was sweet, honest and admirable.

    • Isabella Muse

      I’m glad I’m not the only one I collect the brushes too 😀 awww that’s brilliant! Gotta love companies that care enough to reply! Too many simply ignore consumers! 🙁

  • Iris

    I shall try this out. My skin isn’t too oily anymore compared to my teens; this product sounds like it may work for me.