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Perfect Products For Pale Girls - matching foundation perfection

Oh, how I've missed using powder foundation. After a little while of deciding I wanted more coverage with liquid foundation, I became so utterly annoyed with how much longer that takes. Especially when a girl has to dilute her foundation to make it match her transparent skin. Paired with a powder on top to avoid an oily mess, and you've just wasted five extra minutes you could have spent on that cat eye. 

Finally fed up, I went back out in search of a new powder foundation. This time, I went for a loose powder in hopes that it would take even less time to apply. Also, I don't know about you, but when a pressed powder hits-pan, it starts to crack and break apart causing endless issues. And I just don't have the energy to deal with that.

Have no fear, trusty, reliable Rimmel London is here!  
It's true that I use transparent-powders as a foundation. Even if it is not technically, a foundation. As long as it has the words "face powder" and "transparent" on it, I WILL plaster it on my skin and call it a day. But, it works. Really well. So why not do that? 
Rimmel London's Match Perfection face powder is one that lives up to its description found on the bottom of the container. The silky-textured powder glides onto the skin effortlessly and, quite smoothly. Leaving the skin with a natural looking finish and beautifully soft to the touch. 
If using a trusty powder brush that will (actually) pick up and hold the product, buffing it into the skin is like a dream. The product is apparent almost immediately on the skin. With just two buffed-in coats, your skin is noticeably covered while looking naturally flawless. The more you build, the more coverage you'll get.
It also smells super lovely. I'm not even kidding, it smells sweet like candy, sherbet or even rose. It's not a strong scent, but it's enough to make me hungry whenever I apply it.   

Why it's perfect for the pale girls.
With just a hint of colour throughout the powder, it blends into pale skin easily matching it almost perfectly. (See what I did there?) It's another one of those "your skin in powder form." It obviously won't oxidise (the pale girls worst enemy - I'm looking at you every liquid foundation ever) and so there is no worry of ending up with a darker finish or cakey look. Your only problem is the concealer you choose to pair with it, and whether or not it causes dark patches. A never-ending story.  

It evens out the skin tone, masks blemishes (to the best of its ability for a powder), leaving the face looking beautiful. It's also super quick to apply and lasts a fair long while if paired with a primer. 

Quite impressed, happy and in love with applying makeup again. This powder is a great foundation for pale girls. (Also affordable so yay!) 
Highly recommend, 10/10.

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Photos by Sheree Grace

- Sheree


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