The packaging is simple enough, has a plastic clear clasp flip lid. For the price, the packaging does give off a budget vibe, there's no frills with it all, simple enough with the logo on the lid.
I love the way this feels, it's incredibly smooth & dry to swatch, it glides on the fingers, as well as on the skin. It's easy to dust on like a pressed powder and build upon for intensity. It looks like a frosty cream - gives me a meringue vibe but feels soft and light like a powder.
I find this to be a semi sheer to a near opaque depending on how much you build on it. The pigmentation is high up there, I don't find this to be glittery or emphasizes pores, it's has a shimmer not very frosty that gives a good glow when it catches the light. I used a large fan brush and sweeped it across the cheeks.
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Reading the brush guide section, some I already own but it also showed me some other companies that have brushes I didn't consider previously but I'll definitely be looking into more but sometimes fingers work best which I find can be the case, the product warms up with your body heat and seems to blend and apply softly but if it's not totally your thing, you'll find a perfect brush for your foundation, contour to even a smudge brush...and how about how to use the fan brush, I think if you want to buy a brush wardrobe with the essentials view this guide it's also shoppable, click the icon available within the e-guide & it'll take you straight to a website to purchase, the work's done for you. Into new make-up tools that are shaking up the norm? Check out the section on Trailblazing Tools.
I have had make-up brushes from 2008 / 2009 until now that are still serving me well, I think how they're made and how also you care for them helps in the longevity of a brush. This has a detailed way to clean your brushes and even brush cleaning tools & if you've kept your ear to the grapevine you may have seen the day has come that a machine will now clean your brushes but is it worth it? This guide already has already helped my make up my mind. It's a well composed guide, very informative and it's all you need right now to get straight to the point.