Talc-free powders for shine control, shading and contouring.
Created with ultra fine low heavy metal, non-nanoparticle, child labor free minerals, the Pressed Powder collection has been created to softly take down excess shine, contour and set foundation with 5 versatile tones.
Apply this pressed powder using a soft fluffy brush or a powder puff to set makeup or eliminate shine. Can also be applied to contour using a shader brush.
These work well for setting and mattifying makeup, applied overall, and can be used strategically in places to neutralize high oily shine.
Pro Tip: Always take a little color off your brush before applying any powder as then you have more control over the product going onto the skin. It is always easier to add colour than take it away, especially since ours are so fully pigmented.
See Sappho's Essential Foundation for colour reference when choosing your Pressed Powder shade.
Fair - Suits skin tones similar to foundation shades: Bryce, Mia, Leisha, Rachel
Light - Suits skin tones similar to foundation shades: Leisha, Rachel, Lisa
Medium - Suits skin tones similar to foundation shades: Rosalina, Kate, Jennifer, Normal
Caramel - Suits skin tones similar to foundation shades: Sarita, Sarah, Margot
Dark - Suits skin tones similar to foundation shades: Pam, Tracey
Mica, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride Infused with Calendula Officinalis Flowers* and Matricaria Recutita (Chamomile) Flowers*, Jojoba Esters, Zea Mays (Corn Starch*), Phenethyl Alchohol, Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil*, Tocopherol, Argania Spinosa (Argan) Oil*, Thyme Essential Oil*, Rosemary Essential Oil
May Contain: Titanium Dioxide, CI77491, CI77499, CI77492, Zinc Oxide, Manganese Violet, Ultramarines
I was looking for a translucent powder and purchased this on recommendation. I was pleasantly surprised that it offers more coverage than I was expecting. It doesn't provide coverage like foundation, but it offers just the slightest coverage that makes it a great addition for everyday wear.
The colour matching based on the recommendation was spot on.