Saturday, 23 November 2013

the dinner party ♥

I always find that my skin is a sensitive subject for me, no matter how hard I have tried in the past, my skin still becomes incredibly oily. It really isn’t a pretty sight, so you can imagine that I always have to rush off to the bathroom to top up my powder. It’s strange but I have found that quite a few Rimmel powders actually make my skin even more oily! When Max Factor sent me their iconic Creme Puff* powder to try, I was really excited to see if it could control my skin. Created in 1953, the Max Factor Creme Puff has been a make-up artist favourite for 60 years. Their view on powders is that they should create a warm, creamy finish and not chalky. The packaging is slightly different because they are celebrating 60 years of the Creme Puff. It smells gorgeous and the feel of the powder is incredibly silky.
 
It has a lovely lightweight feel to it, which is a change from my usual powders! I applied the powder at 2 o’clock this afternoon and it is now 7 o’clock, my skin is oil free and has a lovely matte finish on it. I’m really surprised that I haven’t had to reapply it at all! I am so pleased with this powder, it is incredibly natural on the skin but still controls shine and uneven redness. I really recommend this powder for anyone who suffers from oily skin like me, you can find the Creme Puff powder in Boots or Superdrug from only £5.99. I give this product 11/10 – it really is an amazing product! Have you tried the Creme Puff powder before? Let me know if you have any top products that help prevent your skin from getting oily, have a lovely evening girls! ♥
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  1. Wow this foundation looks amazing!, definitely purchasing this!
    does it look alright on camera? Or when taking pictures?

    Check out my post about black and white fashion?x
    http://finecharlet.blogspot.co.uk/

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  2. This foundation looks amazing and it's a good deal, have to check it, thanks for the review dear! ♥♥

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