In this post I'm reviewing one of the cult make up products, and one of the must- haves in my beauty bag!
# 001 Transparent
Rimmel London Stay Matte pressed powder is such a beloved product by many, and the reason for that is quite simple: It's very affordable price wise, yet very high quality!
This product never failed me down: It sets my make up without altering the colour/texture of my foundation, and it matifies my face in a perfect day (with the exceptional lasting power!)
It contains natural minerals which help minimise the appearance of pores.
The container holds 14 g (0.48 oz); I've been using it on a daily basis, as a last step in my make up routine, and I've had it for months now! As you can tell from the pic above, I hit the pan on it and I'll soon need to repurchase it, but it did last me quite a while.
I bought it at my local supermarket in Italy, but I won't be making this mistake again! Thanks to my subscribers, I found out that in Italy, this product retails twice the price it has in other european countries!
In fact, on my recent trip to Croatia, I poped in one of the local beauty stores and discovered it retails at cca 38 kn (cca 5€), whereas in Italy I bought it for cca 10€.
That's quite absurd and I can't seem to figure out why is that so!
|I like to apply this powder with my Sephora mineral powder brush #45|
Rimmel Stay Matte is a very light texture powder, it's suitable for all skin types, but it's perfect for oily/combination skin.
I apply it only on my T-zone, where I know I risk to develop shine in a course of the day. I find that I don't even need to touch up my make up when I set it with this powder, even when I'm working long hours!
You can use it as a setting powder, on top of your foundation, or alone (I use it as a setting powder and that's why I went for the shade 001 transparent. If you use it alone, I suggest you pick it out in a shade that's the most similar to your skin tone, that way you'll have a better coverage.)
I've made a review video where I'm talking more about this pressed powder and I also did a little demo where I showed you how I apply it on my face so you can see the results and the finish.
(To watch my review, just click on the play button above on the thumbnail!)
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Kiss from Italy,
Girl, you should have snapped a photo prior to hitting the pan. Dang! :)))ReplyDelete
I know! I was postponing this review and now I realized I have to get it up because I'm about to ran out of the product...Delete
No biggie dear Sonia, I understand how that goes. It's so hard sometimes to get the timing right for every single review. Take care xxDelete