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Invisible Pressed Setting Powder – hit or miss? | The Aimee Effect

When it comes to setting my under eye, I always use my trusty Laura Mercia Translucent Loose Setting Powder, I’ve never loved a powder so much, it prevents creasing, is great to bake with and leaves no flashback.

I came to the end of my pot a few weeks ago but when I went to buy some more they had none in stock!! I didn’t leave empty handed though, the lady on the counter recommended that I tried the Invisible Pressed Setting Powder which was the same price as the other powder.

The Invisible Pressed Setting Powder claims to set makeup for prolonged wear whilst diminishing the look of fine lines and imperfections. It is created for all skin types and skin tones and has special light reflecting satin-spherical particles that create a soft focus effect.

The powder does create a soft focus and fees very smooth and luxurious on the skin, you only need a small amount however, the only down side I have to this product is that it does give flashback. I used this product on my under eye when I went on a night out and on pictures it is very visible. The woman at the counter did mention about the flashback but I thought I would try it anyway and give it a chance.

I wouldn’t personally use this on my under eye again, but what I am going to do is keep this powder as a handbag essential, for those days when I’m a little extra oily in places like my t-zone and cheeks.

All in all, a good product for keeping in your handbag for when you get them oily moments throughout the day but not great for setting under the eyes! Laura Mercia Translucent Loose Setting Powder you win every time ❤️

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I am a 20 year old Beauty, Fashion and Lifestyle blogger based in Staffordshire, I started my blog in 2015 as a hobby and to interract with others

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