Friday, June 12, 2015

BOTD : Makeup Forever HD Powder

Hello fellow blog readers! As a woman, I am trying to look presentable each day. I don’t really use translucent / powder right after I applied my liquid foundation previously. But when I tried it using my first powder from Catrice, I can see and feel the difference and I am straight away need to have it inside my makeup routine. I have heard that the Bobbi Brown’s translucent powder is super amazing. I would like to try that one day.
This time around, I have the similar powder to Bobbi Brown. It’s the Makeup Forever High Definition Powder. I don’t really fancy MUFE products. You can view my review on their foundation in my Youtube channel. But I still would like to try some of their other products.
This is the MUFE Microfinish Powder. It is indeed very very micro and almost feel like you are wiping air on your face. So fine! I don’t even know if I did apply it on my face but when I touched my face after applying it, it does feel mattifying. I love the feelings of it! hehe
This is how it looks like inside. You can see those white powder? That’s the powder miracle hehe. And the way MUFE design this product is that it has a white layer of filtration and when you pat your brush onto that white filter, the fine powder will come out. This way, you don’t need to worry on loosing excess powder. One genius way to lessen waste powder.
This is my favorite brush to apply this powder. This brush is huge and it covers my face when I am applying the powder onto my face. It picks up just the right amount of micro powder. It does look dirty a bit as I always did not let my foundation set before applying this HD powder and the foundation is like stuck on the brush like so.
So far, I am loving this powder. It does holds up my foundation without having it looking too cakey. Me liking it so much! But I need to compare it with the goddess, Bobbi Brown Translucent powder. Will try to get my hands on that one soon!
Till then,

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