May 7th, 2014
When it comes to style, I usually shy away from pastels. Maybe it’s because I’m craving winter/sick of black/want to resemble a flower but I’ve been really attracted to pastels recently.
Which brings me to this pressed powder… 
                    
SO pretty. Right? I almost don’t even care what it does - I just want it around so that I can look at it! Of course, Jane Cosmetics did not (just) make this powder as a pastel statement for your makeup bag, it is a makeup essential. 
Remember the first time someone told you you correct red spots with green and you looked at them like “huh?” - you know where this is going. This pastel palette is actually a combination of colors that work together to even your skin tone before putting on make up. Take your largest fluffiest brush, mix it around the, and puff over clean skin. 
The colors blend together to even out the complexion of your skin and provide a beautiful mattified canvas for you to then apply coverage. 
Does This: Evens out skin tone and complexion Is This: Jane Multi-Colored Color Correcting PowderGet This: UltaPrice: $12
Product c/o the brand, Image via Into the Gloss
-Kristin
PS. Times running out… enter our #giveaway with Kerastase HERE or use promo code ELIXIRCOP at www.kerastase-usa.com to receive 15% off the Elicir Ultime collection (+ free shipping!!) 

When it comes to style, I usually shy away from pastels. Maybe it’s because I’m craving winter/sick of black/want to resemble a flower but I’ve been really attracted to pastels recently.

Which brings me to this pressed powder… 

                    

SO pretty. Right? I almost don’t even care what it does - I just want it around so that I can look at it! Of course, Jane Cosmetics did not (just) make this powder as a pastel statement for your makeup bag, it is a makeup essential. 

Remember the first time someone told you you correct red spots with green and you looked at them like “huh?” - you know where this is going. This pastel palette is actually a combination of colors that work together to even your skin tone before putting on make up. Take your largest fluffiest brush, mix it around the, and puff over clean skin. 

The colors blend together to even out the complexion of your skin and provide a beautiful mattified canvas for you to then apply coverage. 

Does This: Evens out skin tone and complexion 
Is This: Jane Multi-Colored Color Correcting Powder
Get This: Ulta
Price: $12

Product c/o the brand, Image via Into the Gloss

-Kristin

PS. Times running out… enter our #giveaway with Kerastase HERE or use promo code ELIXIRCOP at www.kerastase-usa.com to receive 15% off the Elicir Ultime collection (+ free shipping!!) 

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