It’s a pretty straightforward collection: Mineralized SPF 15 loose powder foundation is being repromoted ($29 / $35 Canada); there are three Mineralize Sheersheen loose powders ($19.50 / $24 Canada); three Mineralize Skinfinish baked, pressed powders ($25 / $30 Canada), a kabuki brush (the 182 — $45 / $55 Canada), and a mini kabuki brush ($30 / $36 Canada).
The Mineralize Sheersheen powders come in three colors: Sheerbronze, Lucent, and Silver Aura (Silver Aura will not be released in Asia). They come in large sifter jars, and I fell in love with them all the moment I swiped them on my arm. I don’t know if this picture really conveys the tiny, subtle sparkle… or if I’m just smitten. Sheerbronze is a bronzer, Lucent is a bit pink (so I’d use it as a blush, or on top of blush), and Silver Aura is more white. You could probably use either Lucent or Silver Aura as a highlighter, depending on your skincolor and highlighting preferences.
Of the MSFs, Petticoat is probably the most talked-about. I did swatch heavily, but Petticoat looked kind of metallic to me. I liked So Ceylon as a bronzer, and Soft & Gentle for a highlighter. The best news of all: Soft and Gentle is permanent! So it will still be available when my birthday comes around… in April.
The divider between swatches is Pearlglide eyeliner Wolf.