According to RMK:
"Contains a highly transparent 'Snow Leaf Powder' to blend into the skin leaving a natural veil over open pores and dull tones. 'Micro Bead Powder' infused, it can also absorb excess oil for the perfect finish to last all day. The powder blend is then processes under the [wet grinding] method that brings a rich cream texture for the 'second skin' fit. #N00 for porcelain glow, #P00 for a lucent shimmering glow. #01 and #02 for a half-matte lifting complexion."
I bought the powder in #02, and here are my thoughts on the product:
-#N00 and #P00 were a little too shimmery for my taste. #01 was a very light shade (almost white), and the shade of #02 fits me perfectly
-It contains SPF 10 and comes with a small powder puff that felt soft and luxurious
-To obtain the powder, you have to press the puff into the rubber net and turn anti-clockwise. This grinding method means that you cannot use a brush to apply the powder, just the powder puff that comes with it
-The powder itself is very fine and silky. It provides low coverage
-I found it to have really good oil control, whilst still giving my skin a nice subtle translucent glow
-The ingredients list containes the controversial parabens. Parabens are controversial as they are found in extremely low concentrations in breast cancer tumours. They can also cause skin irritation. Due to this, I am unlikely to use this product often as I normally avoid parabens like the plague.
Here are some pics of the powder on my skin:
As you can see, my skin tone looks a little uneven, so the powder on its own gives only a little coverage.
-Great oil control
-Silky soft, fine powder
-Easy to apply
-Gave skin a nice 'soft focus' effect
-Packaged in quite a bulky case
-Due to grating system, limited to applying this with only a powder puff