The HD Illuminizing Pressed Powders are amazing. There are 5 shades to choose from, just like the HD Loose powders. The skin loving ingredients include premium silicone powder and diamond dust, perfect to hide skin’s little imperfections and leave you looking refreshed and rejuvenated. Outstanding film-forming agents will provide a smooth and long-lasting finish. Ideal for everyday use, this product may also be used for filming in high definition and will ensure the face looks flawless even on a big screen.
These powders can be used on bare skin, to set foundation or concealer, and also to dust below the eyes before eyeshadow application to prevent fallout from sticking.
In my fingertip swatches below it looks like there is a bunch of excess product which could lead you to believe these are overly powdery or kick up a lot of product but that just isn’t the case. I swirled my fingertip in the product a lot to pick up enough product to show you a true color. When you don’t pick up enough product you wont see a powder swatch. One thing I do want you to notice is how the powder slid into my finger tips. That is the technology that I was telling you about… it slides into imperfections on the face to give the appearance of flawless skin.
The first powder I am showing you is in the shade 404. Which is a true beige. It matches my skin tone PERFECTLY. It really looks like a slightly tinted translucent powder on the skin.
The other HD Pressed Powder I have to show you is in the shade 403. This one is suited more for someone on the fair side with yellow undertones. I have a medium skin tone and, though I can wear it, it does lighten my face a good bit.
The HD Sculpting Powders are meant to go into one of INGLOT’s Freedom Palettes. In one convenient palette you can have everything needed to contour and sculpt your face, enhancing only the best features and diverting attention from any imperfections. With high pigment colour concentration and translucent coverage the illusion of a more structured face can be achieved without the excess product.
These HD Sculpting Powders are divine. They lay down beautiful, smooth color and remain easy to blend. The pigmentation is really impressive.
You can see the swatches of INGLOT Cosmetics HD Pressed Powders ($18) and HD Sculpting Powders ($15) on my arm above. L to R: HD Pressed Powder in 404, HD Pressed Powder in 403, HD Sculpting Powder in 505, HD Sculpting Powder in 503. You can see that once these are blended into the skin they don’t leave that dusty, powdery look at all. They are a hybrid of silky and creamy and blend really well. Definitely worth looking into!
Definitely check out the INGLOT HD Powders! You wont be disappointed! If you want to see them in action check out my latest YouTUBE video.
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