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Shine Control Powder

Shine Control Powder

"This sheer, light powder does a great job of eliminating shine and the best part? it doesn't break me out like other powders!"
Oily skin always strikes at the WORST time and our translucent Shine Control Powder helps control the shine without dimming your glow. Stay prepared and add this powder to your stack.

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K.W.
perfection

I absolutely love the shine control powder! I stalked up, getting 3 more after starting my first one. Even though I am in my 50's, my face gets very oily and shiny through the day. This shine control powder takes care of that. Iapply it in the morning, and it lasts all day! It isn't until the evening that I might get a little shiny. I definitely recommend this powder, it gives a lovely matte finish and leaves you shine free all day.

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A.K.
Perfect!!

Excellent morning make up. Perfect midday refresh. LOVE it!!

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H.F.
Great product!

Love this. I'm not an oily person by nature but after a few hours my foundation does take on a bit of shine. This knocks it right out without being visible or cakey!

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L.T.
Pretty Good Stuff

Love love my stack!! The shine control is OK...I don’t usually use it, but when I do, it gets the job done.

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A.
Great mattifier

Subtle coverage for imperfections. This powder lets my natural skin breathe yet dims any oiliness in my t-zone. Works well on my eyelids as a quick base. Sets concealer too.

Mica: the reason our products last so long, mica is used as a skin adhesive.
Dimethicone: forms a hydration barrier, keeping your skin healthy.
Zinc Stearate: Used to soften and smooth the skin. 
Silica: Absorb sweat and oils. 
Polymethylsilsesquioxane: Used as an anti-caking ingredient. 
Lauroyl Lysine: an Amino Acid derivative that we use to bind the loose powder particles to create a solid, pressed powder. 
+/-Iron Oxide: a technical term for pigment 

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