MUA Skin Define Matte Loose Powder


I needed to replace my Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder and was struggling to find a cruelty-free powder, that was roughly around the same price as the Rimmel one. I came across MUA's powders in Superdrug and there was three different choices available, one of which didn't have a translucent and the other two didn't say. MUA are a brand that I love. Their products always amaze me and they're so inexpensive. I hadn't heard/read anything about this powder, so I didn't have a clue whether or not it was actually going to be a good powder.


Product description on the Superdrug website: Micro-fine powder formulated with Vitamin A, E and jojoba, will seal foundation as well as controlling oil appearance on the skin. Perfect matte shine control.


The powder is in a round plastic tub, with a screw on lid. It comes with a sifter inside, that you can remove. I'll be keeping the sifter in the tub because otherwise I'll be worried that it'll go everywhere. I shake the tub slightly to get the powder out, which usually gives me the right amount of powder that I need.


I've wanted to try a loose powder for ages. This powder is so good for baking underneath the eyes. You don't need to apply a lot of this powder for it to give a soft, matte finish. It doesn't settle into fine lines and it looks really nice.


It's just a really good powder. I've been using it for a month and haven't had any issues with it, I really like it. This was £3 for 15g, which I think is so good.



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Comments

  1. Great review! I've really been loving my Ben Nya Banana Powder. A lot of people use it just to set their undereye concealer, but I like using it for all over my face.

    thesixthdisneyprincess.blogspot.com

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    1. thank you, Jasmine! i've never looked at the Ben Nya Banana Powder before, but i've read some good reviews about it:)

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  2. I am using Estee Lauder's Double Wear powder and I like it but it's super heavy around the eyes. I need something lighter! The look of deep wrinkles isn't chic. :)

    Mel | www.thegossipdarling.com

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    1. i've never tried Estee Lauder's powder, but i love their double wear foundation:)

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  3. I use a Covergirl powder right now to set my concealer and on my T-zone, but this looks like a wonderful upgrade for such an affordable price. What a great find! Thanks for sharing.

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    1. i've never used anything from Covergirl, are their products good?:) thank you for reading:)

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  4. I've never tried loose powder before - probably because I'll get it everywhere! MUA is so affordable and great quality x

    Everything But The Kitchen

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    1. i thought i'd get it everywhere too, but the sifter is really good:) i agree, they're a really good brand x

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  5. I used to use MUA products in my early teens and I've forgotten how good they were, think I need to try this! xxx

    sophiejc.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. they are amazing, i really recommend this:)xxx

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  6. This sounds really good, I haven't tried MUA products but might give this powder a go xx
    blossomofhope.blogspot.com

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    1. their products are really good and very inexpensive!:)xx

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  7. Wow what a great price for a loose powder, I have been using loose powder and love it so will definitely be checking this one out, great post lovely xx

    Zoe ♥ MammafulZo

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    1. its an incredible powder! thank you:)xx

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