Dear Paula’s Choice pressed powder,
You’re not my type. I’m more of a “loose powder” girl.
But, I haven’t had a loose powder that I truly liked in awhile. And all I ask of any powder is that you’re completely invisible. Also not choking me and letting my skin shine through while absorbing oil are nice bonuses. And you’re all that. Plus, you come in such a sleek package that I like to see on my countertop.
I think what I’m saying is, I’m sick of my type.
I’m glad I found you.
Now all I have left to do is go to the store and buy a Real Techniques Powder Brush to do you justice.
With Surprised Affection,
If you’ve read my other post about the battle of the powders, this might be confusing. My conclusion is this: when I have drier skin, the Sonia Kashuk loose brightening powder is better, as its lighter and less coverage, and helps dry skin look more glisteney. But when my skin is more oily, like it is now, I find the Paula’s Choice pressed powder to be perfect, sets my makeup, absorbs oil and doesn’t look cakey. Lets my skin shine through.
So I like having both around as my skin can change from time to time.