Miss Sporty So Clear Powder Reviews
Product Type: Miss Sporty makeup
Description:Brand: Miss Sporty / Formula: especially formulated for young skin / Type: Foundation / Subcategory: Powder
Newest Review: ... It is actually designed for teenagers but as my skin never really grew out of its teenage years this is fine with me. The ... more
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Customer Miss Sporty So Clear Powder Reviews (4)
by - written on 06/02/11 (Very useful, 118 readings)
I'm trying really hard at the moment to cut down my spending because I'm trying to save towards going to uni next year. I've never really gone for expensive stuff anyway, but now I'm trying to spend as little as possible the Miss Sporty range has become a favourite. At only £3.29 this pressed powder seems like a great bargain. The compact it comes in is not stylish and to be perfectly honest it looks cheap and is definitely aimed at young girls, you won't look sophisticated pulling this out in front of your mates. It has a pale blue lid that twists off and inside there is just the powder and the sponge, there's no mirror. The whole thing is not very practical ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/11/12 (Very useful, 87 readings)
I have quite greasy skin and have worn Miss Sporty So Clear Powder on and off for years. I buy mine in Superdrug and I'm not sure where else you can get it as this is the only place where I have seen this particular brand available. I'm not sure why I first bought it but I'm sure it was probably because it was cheap and I do like to try and find a bargain now and again. Unfortunately with so called bargain make-up a lot of the time they leave a lot to be desired but this is actually really good and does exactly what it promises to do which is mattify skin and give some coverage without clogging pores and causing spots. It is actually designed for ... Read the complete review
by - written on 22/11/12, updated on 23/11/12 (Very useful, 50 readings)
When it comes to pressed powder it is something that I use every single time I apply my make-up to set it and add to the fact that I do suffer with a greasy t-zone as well. I bought this in Boots after purchasing other Miss Sporty products that I had liked from Superdrug and I happened to be in Boots and remembered that I was running low on this type of product and it cost me just £3.29 for a standard sized compact and as I do suffer from the odd blemish, lots of blackheads and some open pores I thought it may be beneficial to me to use a product named 'So Clear'! The Packaging of this is simple enough. You get a white and round plastic base to which the ... Read the complete review
by - written on 27/11/12 (Very useful, 31 readings)
I decided to try this Miss Sporty Pressed Powder quite some time ago to apply over liquid foundation to get rid of the 'shiny' look but it has stayed in the bottom of my make up box ever since. The powder comes in a light blue round container and the writing on the lid of the powder is a mixture of navy blue and red. The lid twists off to reveal the powder and a very cheap, rubbish sponge applicator. The sponge in my opinion is rubbish because of the fact that it is so thin and not very puffy so drags the powder across your face rather than buffing it on. There is no mirror inside the powder case which isn't great if you are used to one as you will need to ... Read the complete review
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