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Thursday, June 10, 2010

Product Review: Shiseido Supplist Poreless Powder Foundation

Time to finally review my HG powder foundation which is Shiseido Supplist Poreless Powder Foundation. The shade I was using back then is O40 which turned out to be a tad dark for me. As I am finally getting my old skin color back, my shade jumped from O40 to O00 which is the lightest shade. My exact match is O20 but since I am acidic, I have to go a shade lighter as it will eventually turn dark on me. So that makes O00 perfect. Anyway, on to the review.



What I like:
- Texture is super amazing. Smooth and silky.
- Powder is finely milled.
- Although it does not totally make your skin poreless, it somewhat blurs out the pores on you skin.
- Oil control is good as it lasts for a few hours on my oily skin.
- Blends amazingly well with the skin, as if it's your second skin.
- Skin feels soft and smooth upon application.
- Gives medium - full coverage, depending on how you want it.
- Finish is flawless and simply amazing.

What I don't like:
- It oxidizes on me.
- You have to buy a compact and refill separately as you can see on the third photo above.
- Kinda expensive but hey, my first compact lasted for more than a year (though I used it on and off)
- Discontinued and replaced by Sheer Mattifying.

Overall rating: 4.5/5. I don't know if you noticed that I used the word "amazing" thrice on my review. Well, that's how much I love this. :P

Will I buy again? No. As by the time I use this all up, Supplist Poreless may no longer be available so I'm off to try Sheer Mattifying next.

Price: PHP1650 for the refill and PHP998 for the compact.

Tip: If you want sheer or light coverage, use a kabuki or powder brush in application.


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Anyway, it's almost weekend. It's freaking hot! Anyway, I hope it's officially the start of the rainy season. I hope you're all having a great week so far. :P

7 comments:

  1. it is quite pricey but if it works for you, its worth every single cent no? Thanks for the review, I haven't tried any Shiseido makeup pa :D

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  2. Nikki, Shiseido foundies are worth trying and worth every penny. :P

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  3. Aww, it's too pricey for my liking. Buti ka pa may HG foundie na. I'm getting tired of my Ellana foundie.

    Lots of love,

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  4. hello Pammy! thank you for including me on your blogroll! woot! :)

    yep, i love SASA land, i want to live there! :P i need to learn the language first. hehehe! :)

    the shiseido foundie looks great! shiseido makes really good quality stuff, i love their maquillage and majomajo lines just because the packaging is so much prettier. hahaha!

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  5. Golden, have you tried In2It's powder foundies? I like the Oil Control one, I'm almost done with it. :P

    Georgina, I like Majolica too. The packaging is really cute. :P Thanks for following my blog too. :)

    I hope we'll have Sasa here too. ;D

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  6. sayang they're taking this out na pala noh? i never even got a chance to try it but i've been curious eversince :(

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  7. Crystal, yeah. It's so sad that it will no longer be available soon. :( Sayang, di mo pa na-try.

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