One of the make up item that I rarely purchase is powder. Why? 1) Because I have dry skin. 2) Powder caked my complexion easily if I apply it all over my face 3) I mainly use it to set my under eye and eyeliner, hence it takes ages for me to finish it. I even need ages to finish the teeny size of the Innisfree no-sebum powder (finally empty it, yay!).
However, when Pony gushed about this particular powder, the Eglips Blur Powder Pact, I instantly ordered it, especially when I saw that it had pretty affordable price. At that time, It Cosmetics Bye Bye Powder also become a hit, so I considered that the Eglips one might be the dupe to It Cosmetics much pricier blur powder, especially right after the release of this powder, other Korean brand started to release their own blurring powder.
I nearly forget that it’s been a year since I purchased this Eglips Blur Powder Pact, lol. Well, personally I didn’t really like the idea of touching up my dirty face during the day time with more makeup. Somehow I’ve always paranoid that it would clogged my pores or something. Therefore, I always opted to blot my face with blotting paper or tissue if it’s starting to shine in the afternoon. Maybe that reason alone would explain why I haven’t hit the pan with this powder after a year.
Well, that and the reason that while I do notice that the application with this powder help to blurred out my pores, I kinda hate that it would dry out my skin, especially when I apply it in the morning all over my face.
However, these days, especially when I was running out of my Innisfree no-sebum powder, I find myself to reach for this powder a lot to set my under eye and eyeliner. OMG! I didn’t realize that I love the finish that it would give to my eye area. This powder helps to set and blurred my horrible dark circle, lol. Well, I did apply concealer underneath, duh, but it would help blurred and brightened up my dark under eye. Love. It!
So, all in all, I highly highly recommend this powder, especially if you have enlarged pores and oily skin! If this powder does wonders to my under eye area, I’m pretty sure that it will also works beautifully for oily skin girls! This Eglips Blur Powder Pact is absolutely worth the hype :-).