Satin Finishing Powder
To complement the award-winning mineral Satin Matte Foundation, or on its own on your lovely skin, Alima Pure's Satin Finishing Powder is a pure mineral loose powder to get that added touch, that sheer soft-focus, airbrushed finish, like your very own make-up pro came to the rescue that morning.
Declined in four colours to match all skin shades, the Satin Finishing powder feels weightless on the skin, just enough to make you look (and feel!) amazing:- "Keiko" : pairs with 0-2 level of Satin Matte Foundation skin shades.
- "Hanae" : pairs with 2-4 level of Satin Matte Foundation skin shades.
- "Ami" : pairs with 4-6 level of Satin Matte Foundation skin shades.
- "Takara" : pairs with 6-8 level of Satin Matte Foundation skin shades.
Mineral beauty brand Alima Pure has a simple motto: "Minimal ingredients for Maximum impact. A few simple, natural ingredients crafted in just the right way.". We couldn't agree more.
Minimal? Yes, but only in ingredients, never in choice and fun.
Organic? Yes, with the strictest and highest quality, with no concession to elegance and sleek design.
Delivering? oh Yes!
In colour? an impressive 45 colours for the foundation only. And more from nude to dramatic, sparkly, matte, deep or shimmering for the eyes and cheeks.
In comfort? Silky soft surprise.
In covering and hold? Natural, buildable, richly pigmented, long-lasting, enhancing, safe, calming, sun protecting, what more to say?
The whole Alima Pure product choice is extensive, from Face, to Cheeks to Eyes and Lips, to allow every woman to find what would suit her mood that day. The colours are varied, as well as the finishes: satin matte, pearluster, luminous shimmer...
5gr. - 0.17oz of mineral loose-powder
Made in USA
Food-grade plastic jar packed in 100% post-consumer recycled paper box, printed with eco-friendly soy-based inks.
100% of ingredients are from natural origin.
Ingredients: Mica (CI 77019). May contain [+/-]: Iron Oxides (CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499).
Vegan, Gluten free.
As the powder is richly pigmented, we recommend that you build the colour by applying first a small quantity of powder, and come back to it should you want it.
Allow for a little time (a couple of coffee sips? Eyeliner pose? Lover's kiss?) to let the mineral powder settle. It will give you a more accurate depiction of the final coverage.
And then you can decide safely to add to it... or not!