I hope you are well. I apologise for being absent for almost a week here on my blog. I am having such a busy month! Yesterday I had a little break in the form of a day trip to Bridlington which was super fun.
Today I want to share with you a review of the Fenty Beauty Pro Filt’r Instant Retouch Setting Powder in the shade Butter. I have been using it for a few weeks now & a few people mentioned that they’d be interested in a full review of this when I shared that I recently added it to my collection!
(See my review of the Fenty Beauty Sun Stalk’r Instant Warmth bronzer HERE.)
The Fenty Beauty Setting Powder will set you back £24, and for that price you get 28g of product. I find the price point really good for a premium brand such as Fenty.
The setting powder comes in 8 shades; I have the second lightest, ‘Butter’. The shade range is pretty good for a loose powder range & you should be able to find something to match your skin.
The packaging is really classic and lovely, as with everything from Fenty Beauty. It is also really practical for a setting powder – in the box you receive a separate plastic ‘stopper’ lid to ensure setting powder doesn’t get everywhere… we’ve all been there right?!
Fenty Beauty say this is a ‘A superfine, weightless loose setting powder curated in 8 sheer shades to perfect and extend makeup wear for that filtered, photo-ready finish on lock.’ They boast that the powder will not cause flash back & will instead melt into the skin, letting you brighten without a trace. A mattifying powder that won’t cake or settle.
I like to apply this setting powder with a Real Techniques contour brush – I prefer this as it is still fluffy but not too big, so I am able to be more precise. I have been applying the product all over my face to set my foundation & concealer into place.
I have found that this setting powder really smooths out my skin, allowing it to look more flawless & smooth than before. The powder is so finely milled which is really nice. Side Note – it smells incredible like birthday cake!
I don’t find that the setting powder causes my makeup to look cakey at all, which is great as I have a drier skin type. It simply tends to melt into the skin as Fenty claim! However, I am particularly dry under my eyes at the moment and this powder can emphasise that dryness and texture in that area a little, however I find all setting powders to do this. Other powders I have tried have been far too dry looking all over my face, but with this one I don’t get that issue other than slighlty in that one area, so I can’t complain & I am really impressed with the outcome.
This setting powder does give me a lovely soft matte airbrushed finish, however if you have quite oily skin I don’t think this would be enough for you. With certain foundations, topped with this powder, I do get my natural oils coming through after a while. For me, this is a positive, but for others it may not be. So that is something to bare in mind.
Overall I really love this setting powder. It is so finely milled and definitely helps my skin to look flawless. I think it will work well for most skin types, excluding someone with very oily skin who wants to stay matte all day long! I even think this is a good option for someone with dry who still wants to use a loose setting powder, as this one looks much nicer than others I have tried on my drier skin.
If you’re interested in purchasing this Fenty Beauty Setting Powder, you can do so HERE.
Have you tried this Fenty Beauty setting powder? Let me know your thoughts below!