As promised, here is my review of the Physicians Formula Mineral Airbrushing Pressed Powder. I mentioned this in my June Empties post (read here) that this Physicians Formula was so crap that it deserved a post dedicated to its crapness. So let's get started.
When I first started using this powder, I thought it was good. It helped set my foundation, didn't make me look cakey. The shade Creamy Natural was perfect. All was good until...
Anyway, when my sister came over on Sunday, I showed her this and she said it's happened to her before. The darkening of the powder is caused by oil. This has NEVER happened to me before. She said that she could try to fix it by scraping off the top layer. She tried to with the brush that was included (that's why it's dirty in one of the pictures above), but then we got distracted and she said she'll give it a go at home. I told her I didn't want it back anymore, as it just wasn't worth it. It'll only be a matter of time before it comes back again and I haven't even used half of it yet!
This has got to be the worst powder I have ever bought. Packaging and formulation are it's biggest downfall (and those are the two main factors that make or break a pressed powder for me). Physicians Formula Mineral Airbrushing Pressed Powder is definitely a fail for me in the history of powders.
Has a pressed powder gone funny on you before?