Hi guys! Today I’m going to review the Freedom HD Pro Finish Translucent Loose Powder. I will share my thoughts and of course everything about this product. So if you wanna know more then keep on reading!
Good translucent loose powders are really hard to find these days. I love loose powders a bit more than compact powders, but some of them are making you look powdery, have a white cast or flashback. I recently bought this one from Freedom Makeup and today we’re going to find out if this is the perfect loose setting powder, or not!
The Freedom HD Pro Translucent Loose Finish Powder matches every skin tone because it’s translucent. It maintains the finish of your foundation and gets rid of the shine. It will make your makeup last even longer!
The main reason why I chose this powder is because of its interesting looking sifter. It looks really different from others and this looked less messy to me in a way. I always spill loose powder all over my clothes, who’s with me haha! With this sifter you don’t need to pour it in the lid because it already has a bit of a bowl shape. The sifter is made from fabric and disposes the right amount of product when you dip your brush in. It’s still a bit messy but I think that’s something you need to deal with when you use loose powders.
I’ve used this powder a couple of times now but I don’t really know how to feel about it! I’m in love with my loose translucent powder from Essence and actually never used something else. This powder is a really fine powder and I do like the packaging. The powder is easy to apply and makes your skin nice and matte. It does feel really powdery and dry on the skin which I don’t really like, it looks flawless on the skin but can look a bit dry especially on dryer areas on the face. I thought this powder would be nice to set the under eyes with but I don’t think that was a good idea. When you dust it lightly on your whole face there is nothing wrong with it but when I put it on my under eyes I saw some weird white patches all over. I always use a bit more on my under eyes but when I did it with this powder I had white patches all over my cheeks and nose which were hard to get rid off. Because of that it had terrible flashback and even without flash the white patches were really visible. On the rest of my face where I dusted it lightly there was nothing wrong and looked nice.
My conclusion with this powder is that it isn’t bad when you apply it lightly on your whole face but don’t use too much because you will end up with white patches all over. This powder is not behaving good as an under eyes setting powder or baking. It can make you look dry and powdery when you use too much, but overall I think this powder would be great if you don’t take flash photos and when you are a person that doesn’t use a lot of powder.
I hope you all enjoyed reading and I will see you all next time!
What do you prefer? Loose or compact setting powder? Let me know in the comments!
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