I’ve always been on the lookout for that perfect pressed mineral makeup out there. Mineral makeup is fairly new, as compared to traditional makeup, and trying to make pressed mineral makeup can be quite a challenge, doing away without preservatives, and binders that sometimes compromise quality.
When I came across the brand Colorescience, I was very curious about how it fared since it was the brainchild of Diane Ranger, mother of mineral makeup, and the founder of Bare Escentuals. Colorescience is an elite mineral makeup line that seeks to reconcile skin care and color ( makeup ) as it facilitates a good healing environment in the skin that highly complements dermatological procedures such as facial peels, laser procedures, and so much more.
What I cay say about the Colorescience Pressed Mineral Pigment is that is definitely delivers what it says. Sweep one layer for a good light coverage, sweep on two for some medium coverage, and just build up to your heart’s content until you get the coverage you desire, as I was satisfied after three layers that gave my skin a flawless, natural looking full coverage makeup.
The staying power is very impressive as well, as it stayed on the whole day, and although matte in texture, it dews up into a very natural, just flawless finish. I have noticed that real judge on how makeup fares is when the skin dews up and you get to see the final turnout. I’m very impressed with this, and feel that it works best using the Colorescience Sunreliable Primers. The primer makes the skin look all prepped and creamy, while the compact gives enough coverage, and they equate to beautiful, creamy, naturally beautiful skin.
If I were only to choose one product to buy from Colorescience, then the Colorescience Pressed Mineral Pigment would be my choice. And oh, for reference, for warm, medium skin like me, California Girl is super good. Lighter warm skin toned guys and gals can try All Even.
Tata for now!