Once again, I have been victimized by QVC's Saturday Night Beauty - LOL! So, I've already told y'all how I get sucked in by the lovelies they show every Saturday night, right? Well, it happened again.
This dude, Darac, was on there, showing his product, Sifted Blur Perfecting Powder and the accompanying TourQuam Brush. Well, I want to look perfect! I want blemishes to be blurred! Off I went to order these.
I'm wearing the powder today and um ... I'm not so sure. I mean, it does leave my skin looking pretty smooth, so that's a plus. But it only comes in one shade and, while it's kind of appeared brown on TV, it's really more of a grayish-beige. A grayige, if you will. Not so good for brown-skinned girls. I don't exactly look ashy or anything, but I don't know. It's not as "realistic" and natural-looking as I usually go with my foundation powders. It doesn't look as much like my skin as MAC's Mineralize Skinfinish Natural does, for example. But, I do look polished and finished, so that's nice.
Another thing to look out for - any dry areas on your face will be seriously emphasized by this powder. Be sure to moisturize well - maybe even more than you think you need to. Get every little crevice, particularly where your nose and upper lip meet. It tends to cake up right around there.
As for the brush, there's a magnet inside it and you can't use it if you have a pacemaker. Yikes. I'm not even sure what the magnet is for - anyone??? To me, it seems no different or better than the skunk brushes that MAC and others sell.
Anyhow, not the worst product ever, but definitely not worth the $60 I shelled out. Save your money.