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Mering Loose Powder by Nanda | Review & Demo

Mering Loose translucent Powder Nanda Review Swatches 3 concept eyes liz breygel

I’m such a huge fan of translucent powders, I've tried my very first loose powder (it was a Bourjois Flower Perfection Powder) a few years ago, but before I was always a loyal fan of pressed pigmented powders. I'll be honest with you, one of the main reasons why I decided to purchase Mering Loose Powder by Nanda is the packaging, isn't it gorgeous? It was so hard not to become an owner of this tiny cutie! So let me tell you more about this product.

Mering Loose translucent Powder Nanda Review Swatches 3 concept eyes liz breygel

The powder container has just 3,5 g ( about 0.12 oz ) of the product but don't fret, this tiny size makes the packaging travel-friendly and makeup kit friendly as well. I'm always struggling to house my foundation and powder in the makeup kit. The sponge that comes in the packaging is very tiny, and not very comfortable, but it is good enough to use on the go. I prefer to apply this powder with a soft kabuki brush or a wide powder puff, gently pressing the product into the skin.

Mering Loose translucent Powder Nanda Review Swatches 3 concept eyes liz breygel

Mering Loose Powder by Nanda is extremely finely milled, it feels very smooth on the skin, almost like satin. Because of its lightweight formula this powder never looks cakey, it blends seamlessly into the pores and lines on the skin, making it`s surface even and polished. The Mering Loose Powder is a perfect to set the under eye concealer, it doesn't crease and it locks the concealer on its place.

Mering Loose translucent Powder Nanda Review Swatches 3 concept eyes liz breygel

This powder is available in three shades: #800 - off white translucent powder, invisible on the skin, #802 - light beige, #803 - dark beige color. And don't ask me where is the shade #801, they apparently forgot to create it! I would recommend Loose Powder by Nanda for people with a dry skin type like myself, because of its lasting powder. It definitely mattifies the skin, but it isn't the best for oil control. And what is your favorite loose powder? Are you pressed or a loose powder kind of girl?

Lots of love,
Liz