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I used to use bareMinerals foundation years ago, and although I loved the colour, which was almost as pale as this one, I always felt the coverage looked a little bit… well, powdery, for want of a better word, so I was a little worried that this would be the same. I needn’t have worried, though, because this powder is so finely milled that it’s almost invisible on the skin: in fact, the first time I used it, I thought I must have done something wrong, because it went onto my skin, and immediately disappeared. Whoops! What that means, however, is that you can layer it up to get exactly the coverage you want, whether it be a light dusting, or a thicker base. I’m wearing a couple of layers in these photos, and I found it thick enough to cover freckles and blemishes, but still not even remotely powdery, and without that awful “caked on” look, too: in fact, it’s probably one of the most natural looking foundations I’ve tried, which is something of a miracle in itself – especially given that I was a little dubious about trying a powder foundation again.

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