This time a beauty post with my newest cosmetics. I wanted to show you two products that I was able to test recently and that I would like to definitely recommend. It is an Estée Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place SPF 10 Primer and Shiseido Translucent Loose Powder. One by one I will describe my impressions after several weeks of using both products.
Estée Lauder Double Wear Stay-in-Place SPF 10 Primer
Finally I found my ideal primer shade, it’s Ivory Nude – the brightest color available.
I highly recommend it to girls with porcelain, very fair skin color. For me the big challenge has always been to buy a goo foundation, because I’m already prepared, that there will be no color for me. This time I was able to find the perfect one, but with the help of my make-up artist friend who also has a porcelain-pale skin and recommended to try this primer out.
Well, I’m super excited! Not only the color is perfect, but also texture and look is amazing. After applying the product, in general you can not see it on your face and you even can’t feel it. The coverage is great, especially if someone needs more cover, this primer will give no mask effect and will cover any imperfections.
Will I buy it again? Definitely yes! It’s my favorite primer as for now.
Shiseido Translucent Loose Powder
Lastly I was searching for some nice powder, I have tried a lot in last month, so I wanted to try something new. You know just searching for some high tech product ;)
I usually use loose mineral powders such as Lily Lolo or bamboo eventually rice powder. The key is to not darkened the primer. In internet I foudn information that this powder gives a really nice silk touch, but I haven’t notice it at all.
In my opinion, it simply fulfills its function as a transparent powder, it leaves a smooth matte finish. It has convenient package, but I really regret that there are no mirrors, it would save some space in my small bag.
Will I buy again? Mineral powder from Lily Lolo was much more convenient to me and the finishing was gorgeous, more natural and less matting. So my answer is definitely no.