Well, it clearly does the job, and is proven to work with all different skin types otherwise we wouldn't still be buying it over 60 years later.
I know a lot of my friends don't use a powder at all, but I always use one to finish a look or even to set my makeup. The nice thing with the Max Factor Creme Puff Pressed Powder is that it can work as a foundation as well. The powder is dense and creamy enough, and provides decent enough coverage to be worn straight over moisturiser.
The only thing I don't like about the Max Factor Creme Puff is the sponge that comes with it. It's not the best applicator, and is a little flimsy. I tend to opt for a brush when applying.
I really like the texture and staying power of the Max Factor Creme Puff Pressed Powder. It's currently my go to setting powder as it works wonders for evening out my foundation and concealer, as well as providing a finish with an even skintone.
And all of that for only £6.99!
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