Coloressence High Definition Loose Powder in Snow White: Review

I have this problem of getting obsessed with one type of product until I have tried almost all available options and decided on the best. For the past few months, I have been obsessed with loose powder and the latest one I tried was the Coloressence High Definition Powder in the shade Snow White.

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Price: Rs 350 for 10 gms.

The Coloressence High Definition Powder comes in  plastic jar packaging with a brush attached to it on the top. The brush is not to harsh but it is definitely not my favorite medium to apply the loose powder and I prefer opening up the top and using my own powder brush to apply the loose powder. The only issue with the packaging is that you have to be really careful while opening the top because there is usually a lot of product under the brush base so if you are not careful, you will end up spilling and wasting the powder.

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The shade Snow White, true to its name is a fine milled white powder. I was looking for a translucent powder to set my concealer and this product looked like a good option. As mentioned before, the powder has a pretty fine texture so blending it is a piece of cake. The powder blends into the skin and completely vanishes which works well if you are looking for a natural finish. The finish is smooth so my skin looks flawless and not cakey or powdery.

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As the shade I chose is supposed to be transparent, coverage is not something this powder offers. It does however mattifies my skin and keeps it oil-free for around 2-3 hours. The powder is not the best option out there but it does a decent job in setting my makeup and it is one of the few options you have in the Indian market when it comes translucent powders. Overall, a decent product to start with if you are looking for a loose powder that wouldn’t break your bank.

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