Pressed Powder, available in a range of shades to blend seamlessly with all skin tones
- 0.35 Ounces
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A super-sheer pressed powder that delivers a weightless coverage and leaves the skin with a flawless finish.
Available in a range of shades to blend seamlessly with all skin tones.
Packed in a sleek, black compact with a puff, our pressed powder is easy to carry around for touch-ups.
HOW TO USE:
Dust lightly with Powder Brush and fan over face or press into powder with puff and gently pat on face, insisting on areas that tend to shine.
Use it with or without your favorite foundation for richer color and a matte finish.
I've been using Vera Moore products since they came on the market. I look beautiful in this makeup, it's so sheer, smooth and luscious. I haven't wanted to try to find anything better. It works for me. Thank you Verra Moore!
It is very difficult to match my skin tone because I am light brown with an olive undertone. The butterscotch is still slightly too yellow for me, but only I can see that. It's the closest match I've ever found. When I do my full face of makeup, my skin looks flawless. It controls the oil in my combination skin as well. The only thing I wish is that there were a better guide to match the creme and liquid foundations with the powders online. Meaning if I wear bitterscotch powder, what color cream and liquid foundations would probably match. A sample set would also help. This product is not sold in any store near me, so I have to hope for the best when I choose a color online.
I know and love the color of this pressed powder. However, the compact arrived damaged. The powder compartment was broken at the hinge. II really needed the powder at the time so I didn't bother to return it. Damaged as it is makes it difficult and awkward to use. What ever happened to QUALITY CONTROL?!
The Butter Scotch Pressed Powder gives even coverage. It goes on evenly. I like the fact that I do not need my concealer with this product. The need for less make-up the better. Thanks Vera Moore.