Avon Magix Face Perfector SPF 20 Reviews
Product Type: Avon makeup
Description:Brand: Avon / Type: Concealer / Suitable for: Face / UV Protection Factor: SPF 20 / What it does: Smoothes, / Wear ... more
Newest Review: ... a very thick gel but feels very silky. It appears as if it won't go very far when applied but a little does go a long way. ... more
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Avon Magix Illuminating FACE PERFECTOR SPF15
Wear alone or under foundation. SPF15 30ml
Last Update 03.12.2013 13:31
Customer Avon Magix Face Perfector SPF 20 Reviews (28)
by - written on 15/03/10 (Very useful, 204 readings)
I have combination skin and I really do not like having a shiny forehead, nose and chin. Avon Magix Face Perfector appeared to be a perfect product for me, with its promise to keep shine away for 10 hours. I hadn't tried a skin primer before, but in the run up to Christmas I thought it might be useful. Magix Face Perfector retails at £10, but I bought it on special offer. You can currently buy it on the Avon website (www.avonshop.com) for £7. Avon describe the product as a "gel-powder". I can't find a better description as it appears like quite a thick, white gel, but it has a powdery feel. I've read a couple of reviews that refer ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/10/09 (Very useful, 70 readings)
My mum brought this Magix Face Perfector from Avon but didn't like it so she gave it me to see if I could get on better with it. It's a gel that you apply like a foundation and it will give you a clearer looking complexion on it's own or if you use it under foundation it gives a more even and matte coverage. I don't like it at all because when it's applied on it's own it looks too matte and proper fake like a mask and under foundation it makes me look heavily made up which is something I try to avoid in the daytime. It goes on quite nice because it's a gel and it quickly dries to a powdery appearence that does do what it says and is very matte and doesn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/05/09 (Very useful, 642 readings)
I've been on the lookout for a good make up base for a while now. I've heard so many people go on about them and really wondered what all the fuss was about. How much difference can an extra layer under your make up make, right? Cleanse, tone, moisturise. Is there really a need for another application before I start shovelling on my face in the morning? Well I've already reviewed the first product I tried, which was also by Avon and anyone that's read it will already know I was not too impressed, so I was a bit reluctant to try another Avon one. However, I have just become an Avon Representative so I thought it only right I should give the products I'm selling ... Read the complete review
by - written on 24/09/10 (Very useful, 107 readings)
I have to admit when I bought Avon's magix face perfector I was buying it to make up the money to buy something else. I chose it because I didn't wear a base under my foundation and wondered whether it would actually make any difference, to be honest I wasnt really convinced from the start. The item costs £10 generally but their are frequent deals with avon, so it can often be purchased for less. For this you receive 30mls. The product comes in a very pale pink, slightly shiney tube with a screw on black lid. The lid is disappointing as although works well it ends in a blunt point, which means the tube doesn't stand up. This is quite annoying when you reach ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/09/09 (Very useful, 101 readings)
I am not a massive fan of make up and dont wear a foundation every day so when i saw this in the avon book i thought it would be ideal for me as it claimed to be a colourless cream that illuminates your complexion, targets pores and banishes the shine from your skin that mine develops through the day generally leaving you with a nice even looking complexion that has a matte finish to it. The avon book price was £10 which was i thought a little on the expensive side for a 30ml tube of cream, The idea with this is that you could use it alone as i intended to to give you a perfect flawless complexion or under your foundation to give extra ... Read the complete review
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