Milk Makeup Blur + Set Loose Setting Powder Review

I always get excited when I receive complementary packages from Influenster and this months VoxBox is in partnership with Milk Makeup! I was sent the all new Milk Makeup Blur + Set Loose Setting Powder to test and review, but before I share with you my honest thoughts and opinion on this powder lets first talk about the product details.

The Milk Makeup Blur + Set Loose Setting Powder is an ultra lightweight, matte translucent setting powder that locks your makeup in place while leaving your skin smooth and blurred. The formula is designed to blur pores, imperfections, fine lines and reduce shine without any cakiness, chalky cast or flashback. This Blur + Set powder is cruelty-free, vegan, paraben-free, talc-free, silicone-free and dimethicone-free making it ideal for all skin types, even sensitive and blemish prone skin. Milk Makeup did create three different shades for their translucent powder - Light, Medium and Deep!

As you can see from the photographs above the setting powder comes in a standard plastic jar with a screw-on lid. Inside the jar you'll find a sponge which you can use together with the powder to set your base, a pop-up lid that keeps the powder in its designated place, a mesh and of course the powder itself. The setting powder contains 25g of product and retails for $29 USD.

Now that you know the details I can share with you my personal thoughts, experience and opinion on this new translucent setting powder. Right off the bat, it did a great job at setting all of my liquid and cream base products in place, it removed any unwanted shine from my skin giving me a matte look. I noticed that this powder did not alter the color of my foundation nor did it cling onto any dry patches or acne, it felt very comfortable on the skin and didn't look cakey. I do also believe it blurred the appearance of my pores as well as made my skin appear smoother and softer.

I like the clean and sleek packaging, however I don't really care for the sponge as I typically use a brush to apply my setting powders. I do think the sponge is a great idea for traveling purposes if you do use sponges to apply your powders. I'm also not certain how I'll feel about the mesh once the powder starts running low and I want to get the last of the product, but as of now I don't mind the mesh.

Overall, I was very pleased with the results from the Milk Makeup Blur + Set Loose Setting Powder. I do recommend you give this powder a try if you're looking for a new setting powder as it works very well, is formulated with good ingredients and is cruelty-free.

I hope you enjoyed todays blog post and found my review helpful. Until next time friends, take care!

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