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Recent Question:
Is this product really paraben free? Because "methylparaben" is listed as an ingredient.
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What goes first? Setting Powder or Setting Spray because I need to use both for my oily skin.
Recent Question:
how many in a package? it is not clear.
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Do these work as well as the clean and clear blotting sheets or a regular blotting sheet?
Recent Question:
how long will each sponge last ?
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Do these work as well as the clean and clear blotting sheets or a regular blotting sheet?
Question:
how many in a package? it is not clear.
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What goes first? Setting Powder or Setting Spray because I need to use both for my oily skin.
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Does it come with one or two sponges?
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BECCA Blotting Powder Perfector™

What it is: An oil-absorbing powder that mattifies skin and sets makeup for a long-lasting soft-focus look. What it does: This non-drying microfine powder controls shine without adding noticeable color or texture for sheer coverage in a matte finish. Imperfections are softened while the appearance of pores are minimized for a velvet-smooth finish. What else you need to know: A special blend of silica beads offers a long-lasting matte finish, while optical mattifiers help minimize the appearance of pores. This product is free of oil, parabens, and fragrance, and is suitable for all skin types, especially normal to oily ones.
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Questions & Answers for BECCA Blotting Powder Perfector™

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would there be much of a difference if i used a brush with this instead of the poof?
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
lynnac
(San Jose, CA)
on Blotting Powder Perfector™
3 answers
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answer 1
a brush can control the amount you put on in an area, so i apply this as a setting powder with a brush in the morning when i do my makeup and will carry it with me for touchups, which i use the poof for. so either way, it'll do what it has to do. just be careful to not get too much on the poof when you're putting it on your face so it isn't noticeable.
answered 9 months ago
Rayna06
(Langhorne, PA)
answer 2
I find that pressing on first then using a brush to blend gives me a longer lasting matte look.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
beautylovertam
(FL)
answer 3
Using a brush with this product instead of the sponge that it comes with will apply less product to the face and prevent the powder from building up too much on the face and causing the powder to look too heavy on the skin.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
RandeeBT
Question
does this come with an applicator?
does this come with any sort of sponge or pouf to apply with?
asked 1 year, 10 months ago
Rayna06
(Yardley, PA)
on Blotting Powder Perfector™
2 answers
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answer 1
i was actually the one who asked this, and then proceeded to buy it. it does, in fact, come with a little puff to apply it with that sits nicely in the compact.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
Rayna06
(Yardley, PA)
answer 2
The BECCA Blotting Powder Perfector does not come with an applicator. We suggest using a fluffy face brush to apply the product.
answered 1 year, 10 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
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What color should I select for fair skin?
I am usually pretty pale (Shiseido 01 or 02), although I tan in the summer. Which shade should I select?
asked 1 year, 8 months ago
ssault
(Chattanooga, TN)
on Blotting Powder Perfector™
2 answers
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answer 1
I have fair skin, (Alabaster shade in Bobbi Brown's foundation) and use the Translucent shade of this powder. It's absolutely perfect! Blends right in and you can't tell I'm wearing any powder....it controls oil, is NOT cakey, and doesn't turn a darker color after a few hours.
By far this is THE BEST powder for us fair skin beauties!!!
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
Ginger74
(Texas)
answer 2
I have fair skin and ordered the lightest color. I likeit because it goes on translusent; I tan sometimes and use this same color over my darker makeup.
answered 1 year, 8 months ago
Bellealyn
(New England)
Question
Does this give you a white cast in photos?
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
BeeNgyn
(Toronto, ON)
on Blotting Powder Perfector™
2 answers
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answer 1
i've had this for a year now and i've never experienced a white cast in any of my photos. so you should be good!
answered 9 months ago
Rayna06
(Langhorne, PA)
answer 2
This does not add a white cast in photos, However if your darker complected I would be careful because the product can give you a white cast just in general even though the product claims to be 'translucent'. This is best suited for light/medium skins
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
missrebecca
(new brunswick)
Question
what is the difference between this and the MUFE HD pressed powder?
asked 1 year, 3 months ago
lynnac
(San Jose, CA)
on Blotting Powder Perfector™
2 answers
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answer 1
I find that this powder leaves me matte much longer than MUFE HD powder.
answered 1 year, 2 months ago
beautylovertam
(FL)
answer 2
The Becca Blotting Powder is better for combination to oily skin types. Make Up For Ever's powder will not help control oil and shine as effectively as Becca's Blotting Powder.
answered 1 year, 3 months ago
RandeeBT
Question
Ingredients - talc?
Becca's website and Sephora's website both do not include talc in the ingredients for this blotting powder in translucent. However when I bought it in translucent, talc is listed on the ingredents on the box. So does this blotting powder perfector translucent contain talc or not? Is it not suitable for people who need non-comedogenic/non-acnegenic products?
asked 1 year, 2 months ago
Anonymous
on Blotting Powder Perfector™
2 answers
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answer 1
I found the same to be true for the TRANSLUCENT color as well. I purchased it from Sephora.com because at the time I purchased it, Sephora did not list TALC on the ingredient list. Low and behold when I received my item and looked at the ingredient list, it was listed right there on the box. Another reviewer (muplover26) stated that only the TINTED version contains talc and that my review was incorrect. Actually she is incorrect as I never purchased the tinted version. My review was for the translucent and that shade did indeed list talc as the 8th ingredient right on the box.
answered 1 week, 4 days ago
selketkrb
(Broomfield, CO)
answer 2
Note only the Tinted version has talc. The person needs to read more carefully.
answered 3 months ago
muplover26
(Los Angeles, CA)
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Can I return something I have used?
I purchased this blotting powder and have used it a couple of times. It really does nothing for me, no coverage nothing. Can I return or exchange it for something else?
asked 1 year, 1 month ago
TanglewoodMom
on Blotting Powder Perfector™
1 answer
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answer 1
You can exchange this product at the store or return it for a full refund. Be sure to bring the original packaging with you to the store, as well as your receipt.
answered 1 year, 1 month ago
RandeeBT
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How tinted is the darker color? My skin is kinda olive medium but I'm not looking for color
asked 3 months, 3 weeks ago
tinap424
on Blotting Powder Perfector™
1 answer
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answer 1
I am Hispanic so medium tan. I tried this in the store and the tinted looked like applied red clay to my face. For very dark skin tones I think it would be an awesome seeing powder.
answered 3 months ago
bosmom
(Sacramento, Ca)
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