The shade I have is in Light and unfortunately the color doesn't quite suit me having quite a strong pigment undertone that manages to look unflattering on me. This is really obvious when I try to built up the product and use it as a foundation. However I did enjoy using it as a setting powder, it's finelly milled and soft and due to the slightly stiffer formula you can really control the amount you deposit on the face and buff it in nicely. It is very lightweight and holds well through the day even in my T-zone.
When I first saw the Chisel Makeup Brush I will admit I didn't think much of it. It's sturdy and has a nice feel to it, the bristles are nice and soft (but the not the softest) and nicely packed. Then I tried it and everything changed. The flat top and the bristles are absolutely perfect for buffing in powder make-up. It picks up a good amount of product and does a fantastic job at blending into the skin seamlessly. This brush might look plain but it's such a good tool and you need it if you like using powders, it's simple but so, so effective.
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