I only used this product as it was given to me by a friend (the colour didn’t suit her) and admitedly the thought of using a powder as a foundation at first freaked me out a bit. True Match Minerals is a nice product, it’s light weight, goes on easy with a decent range of colours. In terms of application, I shake some product out on to piece of tissue and gently roll the brush into the product and tap it off to ensure you don’t have too much on the brush. Then apply to the face with the brush using light circular motions and blend as you go. Start from the centre of your face and work out, if you have the correct colour you shouldn’t need to go into the hair line. It may well even skin tone, but it does nothing for my skin texture, I found it a bit drying. The packaging is clumsy, I find it awkward to open both sections, and it’s liable to crack, which I hate in makeup packaging.
At €22/23 it’s a bit on the dear side, I’m just glad I didn’t buy it myself. I know there are other better mineral powder brands, but based on this experience I don’t think I’ll bother, I’ll need some convincing!
Other Summer Foundation Reviews you might be interested in:
- Daniel Sandler Liquid Mineral Foundation
- Clarins HydraQuench Tinted Moisturiser
- Revlon Beyond Natural Lightweight Foundation