Max Factor Max Factor Creme Puff Pressed Compact Powder 21g
Glamorous skin is simple to achieve with the luxurious finish of this med-high coverage powder make-up compact. Max Factor Creme Puff is a classic pressed powder which can also act as a foundation. Formula It gives you both great coverage and beautiful matte finish, as the formula absorbs excess oils. Its perfect for all skin types and gives a flawless look with a soft, subtle glow thanks to millions of miracle light reflecting particles. Creme Puff is a versatile, all-in-one compact powder for any occasion. Make-up Tips Choose your look by using it alone over moisturiser for a fresher base, on top of your foundation for a red carpet result or even as an all-in-one make-up for a groomed, glamorous glow. For best results apply in downward strokes after foundation, concealer and blusher for a shine-proof finish. Sweep the powder brush over the powder and tap the excess off on the back of your hand. For a fresh skin look, use as an all-over foundation after your moisturiser. Max Factor Creme Puff - perfectly even, instantly radiant skin. Apply with a powder brush to deliver an even, luminous look.
Even & instantly radiant skin; lights up the room
Amazing, light-reflecting particles give a soft, subtle glow
Proven skin compatibility, works for all skin types
Medium to high coverage with superfine matte finish
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