Shine Control Powder

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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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Based on 11 reviews
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A.R.
Amazing

I’m a shiny mofo, and yet this lasts throughout the day. Thank you Pittsburgh for contributing to society!

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S.W.
I LOVE this powder!

This powder is wonderful! I just love using it! It’s light but lasts all day and provides a perfect finish.

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J.H.
Instant Matte.

This is an oily girl's best friend... I use it on my subtl beauty stack makeup, I use it on other makeup, it's amazing! It really does a great job of mattifying and setting my makeup instantly. I've found that pressing it in with the little sponge that comes with the concealer OR pressing it into my skin with the brush is the best way to apply. It really seems to refresh my look every time I use it, I try not to leave the house without it!!

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M.K.
Mattifies for a long time

Great for touch ups during the day. Makes my face not look like a greasy frying pan! Very fine and not cakey at all. Wonderful product.

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N.
Finally a powder that doesn't break me out!

The sheer, light powder does a great job of eliminating shine and the best part? it doesn't break me out like other powders!

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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