The packaging and feel of this powder remind me so much of the Rimmel Stay Matte Long Lasting Pressed Powder. I think it’s probably the same. I never think much of this as it’s just a setting powder for me. The packaging make it not feasible for me to bring it around. I got the shade 3 which is a perfect match for me.
My face is not extremely oily these days. But I still need setting powder to keep in control. So this help. This can last me for like about 5-6 hours. It’s alright for work. The oily part of my face will on my forehead and around the nose. Other than that, my face is normally okay. So yea, this is alright. But the Rimmel one is more readily available while Astor can only be found in some part of Europe.
This is the best colour for work. It’s colored but neutral enough. It’s glossy but tame enough. It is a pen with a flat angle lip product. So application is a breeze. It’s very smooth yet it has micro glitter. So the colour is not flat. But not too shiny and striking either. I love it.
On the tube it appear to be dark maroon like pink, but it’s quite sheer. So on the lips it is just a kiss of colour. Pigmented enough but not too over the top. So it’s really good for everyday wear. I really really like this and recommend it to everyone if you find it.
It claimed to be a lipstick, lipgloss and lipbalm. A 3in1 product. That’s a really good claim. I feel that it is hydrating, more of a gloss. It’s a sheer lipstick, in term of pigmentation. But really it is more of a shimmery balm. The color is a peachy nude, which is nice but a bit sheer on my lips. So it doesn’t really show much. Just very glittery. Overall, it is quite good. This was €8.49. A bit pricy I guess.
By using layering a lot, it appears very frosty. The color reminds me so much of Revlon lip butter Peach Parfait. Texture also quite similar now when I think of it.