- Any product will last 16 hours, but skin care makeup Dermablend is a trusted source and I like their products. My all time go-to favorite setting powder.
- A flawless lasting finish is best with the Original translucent!
- This is a review of the Dermablend Loose Translucent Setting Powder in “Cool Beige”. I am in love with this powder so far!! I like the tinted color as a setting powder since it adds even more coverage for my blemishes and sun spots. The 1oz size is very generous and I believe will last quite a while. The powder comes with a little “puffer” to apply the product on your face. It is really just a super jumbo cotton ball and I’m not sure how it would hold up to being cleaned or to frequent use, but you can easily use another applicator or brush to apply. I loved the smoothness of my skin after applying the powder and in extreme dry heat, it has kept me looking matte and fabulous! Overall, very pleased with this product. I added a few pics to show packaging and a finished look using the powder as a setting powder.
- How to use-
Identify the skin tone closest to yours. Are you fair, light, medium, tan, or deep? Our shades range from 0 (fairest shade) to 90 (deepest shade). Look for the number to determine your tone.
Are you warm (W), neutral (N) or cool (C)? Here’s a trick to find out:
– If the veins on your wrist are slightly green or olive and gold jewelry flatters your skin more than silver – you have a warm (W) undertone.
– If the veins on your wrist are blue-green. In addition, gold and silver jewelry flatters your skin – you have a neutral (N) undertone.
– If the veins on your wrist are blue or purple and silver jewelry flatters your skin more than gold – you have a cool (C) undertone.
Navigate your shade family (shades 0C – 90N) and look for any shades with your undertone (W, N, C). If you are cool, look for the shade with a ‘C’ next to it. If you are neutral, look for a shade with an ‘N’ next to it. If you are warm, look for a shade with a ‘W’ next to it. If there are two shades you identify with, lean towards the one that appears to be the best match to you (if you’re ever in doubt, go to the lighter of the two shades. this is notated by the number next to the undertone).