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Innisfree No Sebum Mineral Powder vs Innisfree No Sebum Blur Powder

This post about these two powders has been on my list of things to write about for a while. I love these two products to death but writing about it is hard.

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First of all, where do you even start when it comes to writing about powders. Do you start by saying how nice and finely milled it is? Or do you try and describe it as light and fluffy? Can fluffy even be used to describe powder?

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Secondly, if you are successful with writing or trying to describe powder, do you go ahead and try swatches? Can it even be seen on camera? Can swatches prove how you described it? Are swatches even worth it? THIS IS POWDER GUYS.

Can you even tell which one is better?


Here’s a summary.

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If I had to choose between the two, I’d pick the Innisfree No Sebum Mineral Powder and only because the base I currently have has a brightening effect. If I use the Innisfree No Sebum Blur Powder, which has a beige color, it makes me look pale. If you have a different base or don’t use base makeup, you can basically use any of these two and you can be assured that your sebum will be controlled and minimized the whole day.

Both these products are amazing at setting makeup and controlling sebum. You stay matte and oil free for hours! The product is also pretty cheap but you get more than what you paid for! As always, five thumbs up for Innisfree products.

WHERE TO BUY: 

Innisfree No Sebum Mineral Powder - *link*
Innisfree No Sebum Blur Powder - *link*
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4 Comments

  1. Actually, a swatch (and a photo of it) could say a lot about a powder, especially if this powder claims to have a blurring effect. Take this photo as an example (http://i1370.photobucket.com/albums/ag265/theveeside/20140515_0939340_zpsp13tndw5.jpg). It’s very subtle but you could almost see the blurred part. It’s like someone went over it on Photoshop with a smudging tool. :p You could also talk about how it sits on top of one’s face. Like, does it cling to dry parts or emphasize them? Does it clump together when put on top of a liquid foundation? Does it make pores even more visible or does it disguise them? Hahahaha shet bakit ako nagpaliwanag. Pero bet ko to. Thinking about getting that Sebum Blur Powder. 🙂

  2. Kat, iniisip ko nga kung alin sa dalawa oorderin ko huhuhu
    Leaning towards ako sa mineral kesa sa blur. hmmm

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