Oil-Control Face: Innisfree No-Sebum Mineral Powder

Monday, June 19, 2017

Innisfree No-Sebum Mineral Powder
Cost: 375.00 pesos (approx: $8)
Net wt: 5g
Placed bought: www.beautymnl.com

Hey girl!

It may not be new to many, it is one of the most hype oil-free powder, Is it worth it? I have seen this too many times on every beauty articles and was once curious about it, but with my little budget and its availability on local market makes me think twice. Great thing, I got to have one on hand now. It was my first time to try this one. Actually, from the brand itself. It was from Korea. Beauty online sites makes it now easier to get from international brands. Being oily myself, I am so excited how it will change my face game.

The round so-compact packaging is already love. I like how simple it was, yet gives a really great impact. It was smaller than usual compact powder and was so handy. I have seen a lot of promising packaging beauty brands from Korea. I must say brands from this country really rocks including this really cute Innisfree Mineral Powder. 

I've seen this before. The packaging looks like the setting powder from Nichido. The white powder under that dotted lid. It controls the release of the amount of product. It includes a soft and sturdy powder puff too. The truth is, it was more like a baby powder to me that was packaged rightly.

It claims to be not your ordinary powder because of its various uses. 
  • Primer powder - For make-up lasting effects, it can be use to areas of oily skin such over the eyes and lips.
  • Replacement for blotting paper - it can be used whenever needed
  • Dry shampoo - It can be used to refresh oily scalp too. I was also surprised to find out.
  • Setting powder                                             

I personally use this as primer or setting powder. You may love it or hate it due to its unique scent. But for me, it is not hard to love this one. It has active ingredients of Jeju natural mineral and mint for a colling and instant refreshing effect. 

I only need 3-4 puffs to cover one side of my face. The powder itself seems a little rough, but not when applied to face. It gives me a instant fresh powder look. 

As you can see, it completely gave me the shine-free and fresh face look. I also love that it brightens up my face too. I can say that it reduces the amount of oil in my face for about 3 hours and I have to re-apply or touch ups for incoming oil build-up. It doesn't leave a white cast on my face, but it leaves an obvious visibly powder finish look so as much as possible, I don't put too much. 

Overall experience: At first, it seems expensive for me, but I really would like to consider this one since it works in controlling oil on my face, but not on an extended period. I believe there's nothing too spectacular on this powder, but I guess its uniqueness makes it lovable. Another thing, they now have the No-Sebum Blur Powder and I am considering to try too since it offers coverage unlike this one. A little expensive, though.

Let's talk again on my next blog.
Yes, YOU lovely gorgeous.

Love yourself because you are beautiful.

Hugs and Kisses,
Princess Mikee

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