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Cover FX Matte Setting Powder

What it is: A loose setting powder to set foundation and minimize shine.What it does: This loose setting powder is rich in healthy ingredients that soothe, minimize shine, and extend foundation wear to last all day.What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates- Synthetic Fragrances- Synthetic Dyes- Petrochemicals- Phthalates- GMOs- TriclosanWhat else you need to know: This clinically tested, vegan product does not contain gluten, mineral oil, or talc.
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Questions & Answers for Cover FX Matte Setting Powder

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Does the sheer actually disappear? Or if I am light-medium in all foundation styles, should I use the medium?
asked 1 year, 5 months ago
Nanz383
(San Diego, CA)
on Matte Setting Powder
3 answers
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answer 1
Honestly, I would go for light. It's always better to be a little lighter than to have an orange-looking face. For me, this powder does add a tiny bit of colour, but it makes my foundation look more natural. I use the Light colour and it basically just makes me face matte and makes me look more away! However, I use the most amount of product on under my eyes, and basically my t-zone because I have oily skin. You barely need to use any product for this, and it smooths beautifully. Keep in mind it does crease under eyes a little bit, but not extremely. It also creases in my smile-lines, which I hate, but other than that I absolutely love this powder and would never buy another!
answered 7 months ago
DaniWalls
(Edmonton, AB)
answer 2
I would suggest using the medium that is what I chose.
answered 1 year, 4 months ago
dweeb1
(Cheyenne, WY)
answer 3
They changed the product to matte formula and there are 3 color variety. If you can go to a store to see the shades try that to find the one that matches best. I used to use the translucent light myself and now I get the light version but I am considering the medium for the summer days when my skin gets that summer glow from just being out walking
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
radfox
(yonkers,ny)
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How deep is "deep"?
I have this in medium, but wonder if deep would work better with my summer tan. I'm naturally tan (and mixed) but tend to gain quite a bit of color in the summer. Is this mostly for darker girls or could this work for me without making my face look too dark?
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
Koofa
(East Coast Transplant)
on Matte Setting Powder
2 answers
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answer 1
I believe its more for darker girls...like me. I love it but you might want to go for a lighter color. I hope that helps!
answered 10 months ago
Taya2010
(Durham NC)
answer 2
it's not "deep" but Orange - Try some other brand
answered 1 year ago
meat41
(San Jose, Ca)
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What color setting powder should I order?
I use Cover FX cc cream in p-medium deep. I am not sure whether to order the light or the medium matte setting powder. I am not looking for more color or to look orange, just to set the cc cream. I have fairly tan skin, brown hair and eyes.
asked 11 months ago
Cali1019
(San Luis Obispo, CA)
on Matte Setting Powder
2 answers
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answer 1
I would use medium, good coverage but will not over take your cc cream.
answered 8 months ago
KJS4
(Rochester ,NY)
answer 2
For you, go with medium or dark. This powder is very translucent and barely adds any color, but makes my skin look silky smooth and sets beautifully. I'm extremely pale (I use Urban Decay's naked foundation in 0.5) and I find the lightest color is almost white before applied, but it's barely noticable on my skin. More translucent than anything, so once again, barely any color is added. I completely doubt it will make you look orange even if you choose the darkest shade. I'd say medium finally, just because it's better to be a tad lighter and add a little bronzer than to be too dark! But you should definitely purchase this powder. :)
answered 10 months ago
DaniWalls
(Edmonton, AB)
Question
Is this replacing the setting powder use over foundation
I have been using CoverX products for years now. I use the translucent setting powder over the foundation to make the makeup last the day. Has the product been discontinued for another powder? If so which is recommended. to set foundation without adding color
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
radfox
(yonkers,ny)
on Matte Setting Powder
2 answers
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answer 1
Cover F/X might be what you are looking for. I just started using it and love it. It has very little color to it, is light and sets makeup for the entire day. Unlike the powder I used prior to this, it leaves no dry looking wrinkles.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
nolagirl55
(New Orleans LA)
answer 2
the old cover fx setting powder has some shine in it. these ones are matte.. i prefer these ones.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
bianca102883
(TORONTO, CANADA)
Question
Does this have any SPF?
If so, how much?
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
gogreengal
(San Marcos, CA)
on Matte Setting Powder
2 answers
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answer 1
Sorry, but I don't think this product has SPF in it.
answered 1 year ago
IgreenBlue
answer 2
No, it does not contain SPF.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
Does this have mica or bismuth in it?
Please provide the entire ingredients list.
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
Meeko350
(Monroe, LA)
on Matte Setting Powder
2 answers
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answer 1
mica
answered 5 months, 2 weeks ago
norton777
(MARION, IN)
answer 2
mica
answered 9 months ago
whatuseewhatuget
(Asheville, NC)
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Which one is better?
I've used Bare Minerals mineral veil in the past to set my foundation. However, I've found that as I get older it is making my skin look dry, dull, and lifeless. It also is not forgiving of any wrinkles. Is the Cover FX better then the bare minerals?
asked 4 months, 2 weeks ago
BeautyBabeRN
(Denver, CO)
on Matte Setting Powder
2 answers
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answer 1
I used to use Bare Minerals setting powder too and I found the same problem - a dull look, and build-up of the powder on the skin surface. I switched to FX loose powder and the look is far more flattering. I think I also chose a lighter shade, and that may have helped.
answered 3 months ago
doozits
(CT)
answer 2
I tried Bare Minerals for a week till my order of Cover FX came in. The Bare Minerals broke my skin it. The color was nice but I'd never buy it again.
answered 3 months, 3 weeks ago
babyhope
(Massillon, OH)
Question
I am looking for "POWDER FX" in M40
Can you help me please?
asked 1 year, 7 months ago
Anonymous
(Miami)
on Matte Setting Powder
1 answer
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answer 1
The color would now be G30... They changed.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
makeupddicted
(Mission, TX)
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I would like an ingredient list on this product
asked 7 months ago
redhotdoc
(Casper, WY)
on Matte Setting Powder
1 answer
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answer 1
ingredient list cover fx matte setting powder- mica,silica,dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone, crosspolymer,nylon10-10,camellia sinensis,green tea leaf powder,isostearyl neopentanoate,dehydroacetic acid,tocopherol,tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate,phytospingosine,ethyl linoleate,ethyl linolenate,ethyl oleate.
answered 5 months, 2 weeks ago
norton777
(MARION, IN)
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What is the difference between the cover fx matte setting powder and the illuminating powder?
asked 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Anonymous
(eatontown, nj)
on Matte Setting Powder
1 answer
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answer 1
The Matte powder does not have or add any shine, sparkle, or dewiness. It would work best to help control oil.

The illuminating powder does have some shine, luminosity to it. If you don't have to worry about being too oily and too shiny, then this could add some radiance.
answered 2 weeks, 5 days ago
bradslizzie
(Mascoutah, IL)
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