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Reader Review of the Day: Clinique Blended Face Powder and Brush

Are you leery of loose powders? Perhaps Ineedcaffeine can assist, as she loves Clinique's Blended Face Powder and Brush ($19). Here's why:

For the price and the sheer amount that is in the jar, you cannot go wrong with this powder. I find that during Summer, like most girls, my face gets super oily. This powder soaks everything up and leaves a nice dewy look, but not oily. . . I have red undertones so the Transparency 2 shade is beyond perfect for me. Plus, I feel with Clinique, that this product is actually helping my skin rather than hurting.

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snarkypants snarkypants 7 years
love this stuff. doesn't hurt that there's like a pound of powder in there!
cg130 cg130 7 years
Good info, I get super oily in the summer!
neonbee neonbee 7 years
Hmm, I'll give this a try. I've been looking for a product like this one.
telane telane 7 years
So, if you use it with a foundation brush, do you also use it as a powder foundation? I am just wondering, because I currently use bare minerals.... I love the idea of it, love how it works, but I have the worst shine situation going on ever since I started using their products.
buzzlightgirl buzzlightgirl 7 years
I use this as well, and love it. I use a foundation brush to put it on.
redscorpio redscorpio 7 years
I can only agree - this is a very good loose powder in a very convenient jar packaging (although I cannot say the same about the brush - I never use it with this or any other powder). PS I cannot remember where I read that, but apparently because the powder is so fine, you can actually "pour" some on the tips of your fingers and apply directly on your skin (like you would with foundation) without using brush or any other tool. This is supposed to give you flawless skin.
redscorpio redscorpio 7 years
I can only agree - this is a very good loose powder in a very convenient jar packaging (although I cannot say the same about the brush - I never use it with this or any other powder). PS I cannot remember where I read that, but apparently because the powder is so fine, you can actually "pour" some on the tips of your fingers and apply directly on your skin (like you would with foundation) without using brush or any other tool. This is supposed to give you flawless skin.
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