Editor's Rating & Review
I don't know about you, but coating my face with French "cashmere" talc sounds almost as good as a bubble bath. Like any loose powder, this can get messy if its classic sifting canister is jerked around. The tinted powder inside reflects light with near-microscopic shimmer, providing a light finish that mutes small imperfections. Makeup is instantly set with sheer, non-drying coverage, as opposed to heavier, potentially itchy powders.
Laura Mercier Loose Setting Powder Reviews
Good Product!I love how this finishes off my face. It is smooth, like silk. It is a bit over priced and the only downfall is that I feel like I can't get the perfect amount on the brush. If I get too much on it, there isn't really anywhere to tap it without wasting product.....But it works great!! — 5 years agomvap47 | 345 reviews
Acnegenic and overpriced.The formula contains talc which has been linked to cancer (they say the powder is akin to asbestos and is dangerous to inhale) And Cornstarch which is ancegenic and comedogenic. Cornstarch and rice flour are popular alternatives to talc, however, being derived from food means they can harbor bacteria, therefore causing clogged pores and acne. Plus the price is outrageous. — 2 years agoluxylexi | 234 reviews
Works GREAT for My Pale SkinThis powder is amazing. I have oily and very fair skin. Not only does it help with oil control (something that most products don't) it is also one of the VERY few powders I can wear that isn't too dark for my skin. This is one of two powders that I will ever use. I am very satisfied. — 5 years agoEireItalia | 277 reviews
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