Friday, 3 April 2015

Jerome Alexander Magic Mineral Powder

You may have seen this product advertised on the TV, it's the Jerome Alexander Magic Minerals Powder*. When I first saw the advert I thought that it promises to sort out age spots, discolouration and uneven skin tone, and seems to have amazing results, therefore I couldn't wait to give it a try. 
www.highstreettv.com/magic-minerals £9.49
This powder states that it contains antioxidants, vitamin C &E, its hypoallergenic, SPF, non irritant, fragrance free, lasts upto 12 hours and adjusts to your skin tone. The coloured dots act like a CC cream and correct any wrong tones you have in your skin.
Pink brightens pale dull skin
Green is for dull complexions, discolouration, blemishes or marks
Lavender helps camouflage yellow and sallow skin
Yellow cover discolouration under the eyes

As the powder is meant to be a foundation, concealer and corrector all in one I decided to try it on my bare skin as I have a lot of skin problems. I have slight dark circles and red blemishes all over. The powder has a light coverage and barely feels like you are wearing any product. I would say that it provided a very light finish but did colour correct well. My redness was reduced and skin did look more even. If you have clear skin then this would make a nice light foundation on no make up days. However I like full coverage so I decided I would try it on top of my make up instead. 
I have been using this as my main powder over my foundation now and I love it. The coverage is light and sets my makeup beautifully. The colour correcting pigments just finish off my look and just make my face look a bit more alive and glowing. I am not sure it lasts 12 hours but it does keep my makeup in place all day and it doesn't feel heavy or cakey. The magic powder keeps shine away and looks great in photo's too.  I like how it comes in a sturdy compact with a big mirror and a small soft brush to apply it with. For only £10 I would say this is good value for money and a lot better than some high street powders out there.
You can purchase the Jerome Alexander Mineral powder here.

Thanks for reading

Chloe x 

P.S. Have you tried any good colour correcting powders? 




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2 comments:

  1. I have been wanting to try this powder for a really long time. I think its great that it gives a light coverage on its own and as you said, would like to try wearing this on those 'no make-up days'. Great review!
    Elledeesbeauty

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    1. It's a great little product and nice to wear instead of a cc cream as a powder is a lot easier to apply sometimes. The coverage is very buildable so perfect for no make up days x

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