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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 2 July 2020
I bought the transparent version of this product, but didn't like it because it looked very grey and ashy on my skin (I have a medium skin tone).
I decided to give another colour a try, so went with the Silky Beige, which was recommended as my match based on a foundation match website. For reference, I use Revlon Colourstay Foundation in 340 Early Tan.
Silky Beige is a perfect match for me. It really does control shine.
Most importantly for me, it stops my glasses from rubbing off the make up on my nose. I apply it quite generously where the glasses rest on my nose using a thin brush.
It is very good, especially for the price.

Update:
I've started getting cystic spots (hard, big, painful ones without a head) when I use this powder under a face mask.
I was using it fine before the pandemic.
Now I only apply it to my forehead and brow area and avoid anywhere that might be covered for extended periods.
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