Minty, dainty and with a dash of shine - Missha's Fitting Wear Pressed Powder in Clear Mint is the perfect addition to your makeup bag...

Missha The Style Fitting Wear Sebum-Cut Pressed Powder REVIEW [Korean Beauty]

Monday, October 10, 2016 Catherina F. 3 Comments

Minty, dainty and with a dash of shine - Missha's Fitting Wear Pressed Powder in Clear Mint is the perfect addition to your makeup bag!

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Missha has been updating their The Style line with new formulas and packaging - and I am a huge fan! I love what they did with The Style Fitting Wear Pressed Powder (I've only seen the old compact, this design is much more elegant).

I am always on the lookout for a good compact powder - I dislike loose powder because it always ends up a mess. I'm clumsy and I really don't need the added stress of powder effing everywhere! So, when I saw the updated release of these The Style Fitting Wear powders, I immediately went ahead and grabbed myself one.

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There are two types in total, each offering mild colour correction - 01 Clear Mint (for redness) and 02 Clear Peach (for dullness). For me redness is the biggest issue, so mint was perfect!
Not to mention that in my opinion it's the prettiest one too, since the colour of the compact corresponds to the colour of the powder (how clever).

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I love how classy the packaging is - sure, it's plastic, but it's absolutely beautiful! The gorgeous, almost Tiffany-blue colour is off-set by the metallic detailing, creating a very chic compact that's an absolute pleasure to pull out for touch-ups!

The compact has a push-button to release, and closes very securely. Does anyone else find that snap of a securely-closed lid extremely satisfying? No?.. Okay, I'm the weird one!

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Another great feature is the clear plastic lid that separates the puff from the powder - super convenient, it keeps things fuss-free and neat!

The puff is actually perfect for applying this - it picks up just the right amount and applies the powder seamlessly. I love everything about this packaging, including the puff, because it makes applying makeup on the morning train an absolute breeze!


Missha's The Style fitting Wear Sebum-cut Pressed Powder is very fine and silky smooth, and has the slightest green tint - you won't end up with Shrek-face, so don't worry! I find it provides just the right pinch of colour-correction without flattening my face completely.

And it does indeed provide sebum control - my T-zone is a lot less prone to oily shine when using this! I usually only apply this to the T-zone as well as under my eyes, for brightening and setting my cushion, because I do like a slight glow on the cheek bones (and I don't get oily in those areas).
However, this does not provide a completely matt finish - the powder is very fine, so it just sets the makeup and takes away unnecessary gloss of sebum.

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I honestly love everything about The Style Fitting Wear Sebum-cut Pressed Powder - I'm sure it will become your best friend for makeup on the go. And it's a good replacement for oil-blotting papers, because it's fine enough to not become cake-y with multiple applications!


How do you like the recently-updated The Style line? Plan to/already have hauled anything?
What's your favourite pressed powder - comment bellow, I'd love to hear about it!


Overall rating - 10/10


Will I repurchase it - Absolutely! I am considering purchasing the Clear Peach shade as well, this is such a wonderful setting powder.


Who will like this? - If oil control is in your vocabulary - yes! Redness - yes! Just want to set the makeup for a beautiful sating finish - yes! Pretty packaging - so much yes!


Pick it up here:

Missha US: 15.00$
Missha EU/EE: 13.50EUR
Missha DE: 12.90EUR
Jolse: 13.58$ (Free shipping)
YesStyle UK: 11.61£



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***DISCLAIMER: The product in the review has been purchased by me. I am not affiliated with any of the sellers/brands mentioned in the post. All the opinions are 100% honest and mine.***




3 comments:

  1. Great review. I don't know this product but I like use Innisfree no sebum blur powder - best regards :)

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  2. Love your pics! :D I'm definitely interested in this now! Have you tried the Innisfree No Sebum or Etude House Zero Sebum that you could compare it to? I've used both of those powders, but they're too drying for my skin and end up emphasizing my drier spots. :(

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    1. Thank you! I love how they turned out, but it was a pain to photograph because the colours of the pack & powder kept throwing off the balance...ughh XD

      I've tried all three, No Sebum a couple years back and the Zero Sebum briefly last year - I was not a big fan exactly for that reason, they were way too drying! This is not drying at all, so I would highly suggest you give it a try.
      It won't be as mattifying, but I prefer my skin to look good, rather than have its soul sucked out...

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