|Above: Next-level powder, courtesy of Koh Gen Do.|
|Above: All six shades work well with fair to medium skintones.|
- Offers light to medium coverage…I prefer to wear this over a foundation to refine imperfections, set makeup and keep the center of my face from getting oily.
- Is friendly to sensitive skin…no irritation and no added sunscreen, meaning you can use the SPF protection that works best with your chemistry.
- Has a natural matte finish that somehow, miraculously, also allows the skin to look radiant. This duality is truly the best of both worlds!
- Possesses outstanding lasting powder…one application yeilds 5-6 hours of performance, even on a hot and humid day. That being said, the compact (which has a generous mirror, I might add) has a guaranteed place in my purse for easy and immediate access.
- All in all, this powder is a next-level formula boasting the coveted trifecta of coverage, refinement and lasting power, while simultaneously not looking like “powder” on the skin…bravo!
|Above: Each powder refill is housed in a reusable plastic case, making changing out shades over the course of the year a waste-free enterprise.|
**Compact Case is sold separately**
• Gloss Film Powder delivers 5 functions of skin perfection properties: High Adhesion for easy application and long wear, Luster, Skin Color Correction, Helps Prevent White Casts and Double Water-Repellent Coating
• Controls sweat and oil
• Conceals appearance of pores and fines lines for a transparent complexion
• Natural Moisturizing properties: Perilla Ocymoides Seed Oil, Hydrolyzed Silk, Hydrolyzed Yeast Extract and Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic
**One makeup sponge included. Compact Case is sold separately**
|Above: The streamlined, glossy black Silky Moist Compact Powder Case is sold separately, but can be used time and again as one changes out shades; each powder refill comes with its own sponge!|
|Above: 012 is neutral ivory beige for fair skin with neutral to rosy undertones (@N/NW 10-15).|
|Above: 013 is warm ivory beige for fair to light skin with yellow to peach undertones (@N/NC 10-20).|
|Above: 112 is neutral light beige for light skin with neutral to rosy undertones (@N/NW 20-25)|
|Above: 113 is warm light beige for light skin with yellow undertones (@N/NC 20-25)|
|Above: 123 is warm light-medium beige for light-medium skin with neutral to warm undertones (@N/NC 25-30)|
|Above: 213 is light warm beige for light skin with yellow undertones (@N/NC 20-25); this shade is also great for neutralizing redness due to its subtle yellow tone.|
|Above: Swatches in direct sunlight.|
|Above: Swatches in sunlight with a flash.|
|Above: Swatches in outdoor shade.|
|Above: Clean + simple beauty look.|
- Le Metier de Beaute Peau Vierge (reviewed HERE)
- Marc Jacobs Beauty Re(Marc)Able Foundation in Beige Golden (reviewed HERE)
- *Hourglass Ambient Bronzer in Luminous Bronze (reviewed HERE)
- *Koh Gen Do Maifanshi Silky Moist Compact Powder in #123 (also discussed HERE)
- *Clé de Peau Beauté Eye Color Quad #308 Cosmic Aura (also available at CdPB and reviewed HERE)
- *Guerlain Maxilash So Volume (reviewed HERE)
- Surratt Beauty Relevee Eyelash Curler (finally back in stock at Sephora and reviewed HERE)
- *Lipstick Queen Silver Screen Lipstick in Come Up (reviewed HERE)
- By Terry Terrybly Gloss in Be Nude (reviewed HERE)
- Byredo Black Saffron (reviewed HERE)
|Above: Base and cheek products.|
|Above: Purples and pinks.|
|Above: The purple allure of CdPB Cosmic Aura.|
|Above: Sunlit close up.|
|Above: Swatches of all products in direct sunlight.|
|Above: Last look.|