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  • Having skin which tends to get shiny throughout the day a good mattifying powder is a must in my make up collection. I have been loyal to the Rimmer Stay Matte Powder for a while now however when it was sold out one day I came across this and decided to give it a go.

    The Maybelline Matte Maker powder is packaged in your standard pressed powder packing which I am not a big fan of personally I prefer when powders have a compact packaging whit a built in mirror  as they are more practical but nevertheless the packaging is sturdy enough. 

    The powder itself has a light silky formula which is great as it feels very lightweight once applied on to the skin. Whilst it does what is says and mattifies your skin it does not leave it looking heavy or cakey. It has a pretty light coverage almost sheer but it works great at controlling oily areas throughout the day, although it is not the best setting powder

    I have tried it is still a very good product for the price you pay , it retails at under £4 so if your looking for an on the budget setting powder this one is worth a try for sure as this product does not oxidise or set into your pores once applied.

    Have you tried this powder? 



    1. May 10, 2014 / 7:22 pm

      Sounds interesting but I haven't seen it in our drugstores yet.


    2. May 10, 2014 / 9:28 pm

      Is it as good as Stay Matte though? Great review x


      • May 11, 2014 / 12:43 pm

        I would prefer the rimmel one to be honest! but what works for me might change for each skin type so its worth to try both x

    3. May 11, 2014 / 5:05 am

      OOOO…This is sold here yet but I'm always up for another pressed powder to try! I'm always using at least 3 at the same time, I much rather it be in a compact than that format though!

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