Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder Reviews
Product Type: Rimmel makeup
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Customer Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder Reviews (69)
by - written on 03/02/13 (Very useful, 69 readings)
I wear both foundation and powder on a daily basis for me and although foundation is very important to me for creating a flawless base, a good powder is equally as important in order to both set the foundation and to keep my skin matte and away from shine. Over the years I have both used and accumulated many different powders due to the fact I either didn't get along with them and also the fact I have yet to find the perfect powder, these powders include brands such as MAC, Chanel, Max Factor and Natural Collection so I was intrigued to see how the Rimmel powder would compare. ==~~Price and Availability~~== This powder is priced at £3.99, which ... Read the complete review
by - written on 21/04/13 (Very useful, 33 readings)
This is one makeup product that I've actually repurchased more than once, but to be honest I think that's more out of habit than thinking it's fantastic. The first time I bought it was on recommendation from a friend who swore it was the best powder she'd ever used. It's quite reasonably priced at just £3.99 in Boots, so I wasn't reluctant to give it a go. The packaging is minimal, it just comes in a fairly large round compact with a clear twist off lid. There is no sponge or applicator of any kind included so you will need to invest in one or use one you already have, but that's not a problem for me as I generally apply it with a large brush ... Read the complete review
by - written on 07/12/12 (Very useful, 13 readings)
Although I don't wear foundation or powder every day, on nights out I will make the effort and put a bit of slap on so I at least look presentable. Due to not having perfect skin, I try to cover some of the worst of my dark circles and bags etc with the help of concealer and foundation. I sometimes get shiny skin which in photos looks horrible and looks like either you are in a very warm room or maybe whatever you are doing is taking its toll. I normally carry a pressed foundation around with me but recently have been finding it hard to find a colour that not only matches my skin but doesn't sit on top of my skin making look like I have had a fight with a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/12/12 (Very useful, 38 readings)
I am not one that has been blessed with perfect skin so I always feel the need for some kind of powder or foundation on a daily basis, but generally for work purposes I tend to stick to a pressed powder so it looks more natural. Although I tend to stick to Boots No7 brand, when it comes to pressed powder, I am not loyal to a brand as they all tend to be much of a muchness to me so I try to save pennies where possible and use a cheaper brand. My current powder is Rimmels Stay Matte Pressed Powder. The main reason I chose this was because I liked the idea of the 'stay matte' part, as my skin is naturally quite greasy and shiny and so I need a powder ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/11/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
I bought this powder as a bit of a stop gap. My foundation had ran out and whilst dashing round Asda one day I suddenly remembered. Now to be honest I rarely wear make up but as ladies know, it needs to be there just incase! Usually I go for a liquid/foam/cream to powder foundation and then occasionally I will apply a powder on top. Understandably in Asda there was a very limited selection and although they did have some liquid foundations I couldnt see one that really appealed and as they were all a bit pricey for a stop gap foundation I decided to opt for this powder. I paid something like £3.49 for it which I thought was a reasonable price, especially for a well . Read the complete review
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