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Mineral Fusion Pressed Powder Foundation, Olive 1 – 0.32oz ea Reviews


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Mineral Fusion Pressed Powder Foundation, Olive 1 - 0.32oz ea

  • FLAWLESS COVERAGE Silky, triple-milled minerals offer buildable coverage to even skin tone and smooth the appearance of fine lines and pores for a naturally beautiful complexion and shine-free finish.
  • AGE-DEFYING A powerful blend of Pomegranate, White Tea, Red Tea, and Sea Kelp, plus Vitamins C and E, defend skin against free radical damage for a healthy radiance.
  • SKIN SOOTHING Formulated with only the safest, most gentle ingredients plus skin-soothing Licorice Root, Aloe Vera, and Cucumber. Great for use on all skin types.
  • FORMULA PURITY Gluten Free :: 100% Vegan :: Cruelty Free :: Paraben Free :: Artificial Color Free :: Fragrance Free :: Talc Free :: Hypo-allergenic :: Phthalate Free
  • SKIN TONES 15 Shades for Fair, Porcelain, Ivory, Sand, Beige, Golden, Honey, Bronze, Almond, Chestnut, Deep, and Espresso Skin Tones.
Mineral Fusion Pressed Powder Foundation, Olive 1 - 0.32oz ea

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What customers say about Mineral Fusion Pressed Powder Foundation, Olive 1 – 0.32oz ea Reviews?

  1. 192 of 192 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Pro’s and Con’s (from Ex- Film/TV Makeup Artist), August 18, 2017
    By 
    TidBrits (San Francisco)

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    If you want a good quality ‘real’ mineral powder foundation, try this one. Many foundations can be orange-y but this one is not. I love the olive shades! I recommend using a good quality foundation brush rather than a sponge. Make sure to use a good moisturizer or serum before hand so that it doesn’t settle into fine lines and don’t apply too much. Also… finish with a rosewater (or comparable) face spray to set it and add more hydration.
    Works great as a highlighter and contour, buy a shade darker and a shade lighter.
    They last forever also! A little goes a long way but you can also build them up if needed.
    PROS- Good coverage, healthy on your skin, double as highlighter/contour, covers all day, one compact can easily last 6 months.
    CONS- If you have dry skin and don’t moisturize, it might settle into your fine lines if you apply it heavy.

  2. 58 of 58 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Accurate color, clean, light coverage, March 29, 2017
    By 
    Wholehealthcaboodle

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    This review is from: Mineral Fusion Pressed Powder Foundation, Olive 1 – 0.32oz ea (Health and Beauty)
    Very pleased with this product. I would normally never buy make up I couldn’t try the color of first but I was out and only buy “clean” makeup. Description was accurate for olive skin. It matches my skin exactly. I would say that it lightly evens skin tone. Don’t expect it to have a heavy cover up. I prefer that type of makeup. I have it applied over a lotion base with nothing else. I choose to lightly roll a buki brush on the compact to apply because it will last much longer. Costs significantly less than in my local coop.

  3. 36 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good powder foundation, a bit too dark for me., May 24, 2018
    By 
    Taylor R.

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    This review is from: Mineral Fusion Pressed Powder Foundation, Olive 1 – 0.32oz ea (Health and Beauty)
    I’ve been wanting to try out this powder foundation for a while, so I finally purchased it here on Amazon as it was cheaper and I didn’t know how I would feel about it. I have sensitive, combination, acne-prone skin – so I’m kind of particular about what I put on my face, ha. I also don’t like wearing liquid foundation or heavy makeup, so I’ve been trying different powders. Anyway, I bought this in the shade Olive 1. I’m pretty fair-skinned, but I have a difficult sort of undertone. I used to tan very easily and deeply when I was younger, but now I try to stay out of the sun to prevent getting skin cancer, thus I’m pasty white. haha. Anyway, because of my struggles with foundation matching and this slightly green tinge to my skin, it has lead me to believe I have an olive undertone. However, sadly, I still have not found a perfect match. Sigh. I guess that’s just the way it is for some of us.

    This shade is just slightly too dark for me, unfortunately. I would say half a shade to one shade too dark for my complexion. I might be able to work it during the Summer, but definitely not going into Winter. I have to say that was pretty disappointing as even though I bought it cheaper here, it’s still an expensive powder foundation. And I really do think that it is a nice powder that offers decent light to medium coverage. As with all powders (or foundation in general) you have to be careful not to apply too much as it can become a little cakey. So I always go by the adage “less is more”. I have attached a photo so you can see what the powder looks like on a bit of acne and acne scarring that I have. I’m not wearing concealer and the photo is unedited and unfiltered. It doesn’t completely cover my scarring, but it does a good job at evening out my skin tone and masking the redness. I also don’t think it made my acne spots look any worse than they already do, ha. It doesn’t seem to emphasize dryness, but I do make sure to moisturize beforehand. It also didn’t make me break out or irritate my skin. But everyone’s skin is different, so what’s okay for me might not be okay for you. Just make sure to check the ingredients. There’s no added fragrance in this powder, HOWEVER, it does have a scent. I assume it’s the smell of the ingredients. It’s very mild and I personally find it pleasant. I can’t smell it when it’s on my face, only in the compact. But I thought I would mention it anyway. The other thing I want to mention is that when you put your brush in the compact it does have quite a bit of powdery kick-up, so be careful.

    The photos are of me, in natural light by a window, wearing the foundation. I don’t think you can really tell that it’s a bit too dark, though, either because of the camera or lighting or both. The other photo is a comparison between the Mineral Fusion foundation in Olive 1 (left) and (on the right) The All Natural Face Pressed Powder foundation in Olive Warm (their second lightest olive shade, which is closer to my actual skin tone, but can look a bit pasty because of the titanium dioxide and zinc oxide).

    Hope this was helpful to someone!



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