Glo Skin Beauty Luminous Setting powder is a luxurious loose translucent makeup setting powder to set liquid foundation and blur fine lines and imperfections for a luminous soft focus effect on the skin. Use our luminous powder makeup as a setting powder whether through the conventional technique of a setting powder brush or by 'baking' the face. This is the best luminous powder that provides weightless coverage with a sheer, silky smooth finish to leave skin looking flawless.
Suitable for all skin types.
Suitable for all skin concerns including acne, rosacea, hyperpigmentation, mature, dry and sensitive skin.
HOW TO USE
Dust translucent powder all over face with the Luminous Setting Powder Brush to set Luminous Liquid Foundation SPF 18 to last all day. Great for touch ups too!
EXPERT TIPS & TRICKS
For added luminosity around the orbital bone/upper cheekbone area and to set Luminous Liquid Bright Concealer, use powder puff (included) to lightly press powder into the skin below the eye from inner eye area out and upward to temple.
Prior to a dramatic eye application, apply a generous amount of Luminous Setting Powder makeup under the eye area to easily remove fallout. Once dramatic eye look is complete, use the Luminous Setting Powder Brush to sweep away any excess product left under the eye in a light, outward motion.
This product is part of a professional makeup range specifically designed by dermatologists to be worn on both normal and post-procedure treated skin.
The powder itself is good, though I can’t find any setting powder that blurs fine lines, as many of them claim to, as; it doesn't leave a chalky matte finish. The packaging is abysmal, the product arrived in the box but when I opened the box the plastic container was covered in a fine dusting of the powder; on opening, after I’d taken out the powder buff, there is a rotating plastic dispenser with perforations in it (not too dissimilar to a salt shaker, if that makes sense) but in order to get the product out I have to tip it upside down without the puff in it then a bit of the product is left on the mirror side of the lid for use, it may take a couple of goes to get enough product for the whole face. A real faff for what is an expensive product. I haven’t noticed a white cast to my face after using though.