Review: Sugar All Set To Go Translucent Powder.

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It’s Day #3 of Sugar Week and I’m here with a product I whole-heartedly love.

 

THE BACKSTORY: As far as powders go, my hardcore ride-or-die was the Innisfree No Sebum Powder. For the longest time. One day, I decided to try this out. I haven’t used my Innisfree one since.

 

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Sugar All Set To Go Translucent Powder.

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The puff.

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The puff.

 

THE PRODUCT: First up, I do like how this blush is packaged. The square compact, albeit a little bulky, is hefty and surprisingly travel-friendly. On top of the sifter sits a square puff, which is important when you attempt to travel with it or keep it in your bag for touch-ups. The puff keeps the powder pushed down and it doesn’t blow up in your face whenever you try to use it. Also, surprise, surprise, there’s a mirror in the compact.

 

The powder is finely-milled, light and blends in with the skin effortlessly, without leaving a white cast or making your face look ashy. I also find that it helps in minimising the look of pores. It’s also scentless, which I truly do appreciate.

 

It does a good job setting the face and keeping it shine-free. It, like most other makeup products in existence, doesn’t perform too well in extreme humid weather. Under normal circumstances, it holds up for a decent amount of time (normal being situations where you stay inside a room and not under the blazing sun).

 

I also like how this powder doesn’t try to drink up all the moisture in your face and leave it looking and feeling dry.

 

Back when I still had classes to attend (I’ve graduated now, woot), I used to use this powder on a regular basis. I used to slather my sunscreen on and I didn’t like how greasy it would feel afterwards. Especially during warmer days. So, I used to douse myself in a generous amount of this powder to mattify the face a little.

 

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Sugar All Set To Go Translucent Powder.

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Sugar All Set To Go Translucent Powder.

 

SWATCH: In the photos above, you can see how the puff dispenses the product. Also, do you see how smooth my skin looks?

 

Sugar All Set To Go Translucent Powder.

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Sugar All Set To Go Translucent Powder.

 

PRICE AND QUANTITY: 599 INR for 7 grams of product.

 

AVAILABILITY: Sugar counters, Sugar Cosmetics, Nykaa, Amazon etc.

 

♥ OVERALL: I do really like this translucent powder. For the price, it’s the best option available at the moment.

Sugar All Set To Go Translucent Powder.

599 INR
7.9

Packaging

8.0/10

Longevity

7.5/10

Comfort/Wear

8.0/10

Formulation

8.0/10

Pros

  • Finely milled.
  • Blends into the skin, doesn't leave any white cast as such.
  • Mattifies but not to the extent of drying out skin.
  • Blurs pores, lines and small blemishes.
  • Scentless.

Cons

  • The compact gets messy as you continue using it.

Midori

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