Physician’s Formula Mineral Wear Talc Free Mineral Correcting Powder Review

Hello everyone,
Hope everyone is having a great day. I’m back with another Physician’s Formula Review this time on the
Mineral Wear Talc Free Mineral Correcting Powder in Translucent
Physician's Formula Mineral Wear Talc Free Mineral Correcting Powder Review

Price: $13-15, you can catch Physician’s Formula on sale at CVS every few weeks, so I’d pick it up then
Packaging: Clear Container, When you lift up the powder part, you will find a nice size mirror, and a small (useless) brush. The actual powder has swirls of different colors ranging from pink, green, beige, and yellow since it is a “corrective” powder. On the packaging it says that it claims three things; it’s a powder, a correcter, and a primer.

Physician's Formula Mineral Wear Talc Free Mineral Correcting Powder
Do you see the swirls? The lighting washes it out. 🙁
Texture and How it Works: The texture of  the powder is soft, as soon as you tap your brush into it you get plenty of product. It doesn’t have any shimmer at all. It works great at neutralizing minor redness, but it won’t really cover blemishes because it’s not a powder foundation or anything of that sort. It keeps my skin oil-free(I do have normal to dry skin, but because I live in a humid city, sometimes my face can get just the slightest bit oily, almost nothing, on and around my nose). It works great as a setting powder and also works great if you want very light neutralizing coverage. Because I have dry skin, some powders make my skin feel itchy, this one DID NOT, which makes me very happy. It didn’t accentuate any dry patches, but to be honest, I don’t put much on. I dab it in the powder once, focus it on my nose, and my cheeks, and maybe I’ll go in one more time. For example today, I just put on my tinted moisturizer, a dab of concealer on my blemishes, and this powder all over  my face and my face looked great. I’m really in love with this powder. Oh, and I also use this to set my undereye concealer and it works amazing, my concealer lasts all day. 🙂

Physician's Formula Mineral Wear Talc Free Mineral Correcting Powder Swatch
Here’s a swatch, as you can see, once blended, the shades make a light shade,
and once blended into the skin, it’s practically invisible. It leaves your skin looking  natural
but better. By the way, it seems like there’s shimmer, it’s probably because I swatched
another powder prior to this one and I guess it left a few traces of shimmer. 🙂
Shade Range: There are four shades, (Translucent, Creamy Natural, Buff Beige, and Natural Beige)
Best For: All skin types, to set concealer, foundation, and tinted moisturizer. Or alone to neutralize minor redness.
Smell: No smell at all. 🙂
Overall: 5 out of 5

Pros
-Can catch it on sale often
-Neutralizes my redness
-Doesn’t make my face itch like other powders
-Lasts all day
-Doesn’t accentuate dry patches
-Doesn’t look cakey
-No smell
-Dont need very much at all

Cons

-Price is a little steep, but on the bright side, you can catch it on sale for really cheap

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