IT Cosmetics CC+ Airbrush Perfecting Powder 50+ UVA UVB SPF Review
Welcome back to my IT Cosmetic review series. Today I’m reviewing a product developed by plastic surgeons. A CC+ Airbrush Perfecting Powder SPF 50+.
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This CC+ Airbrush Perfecting Powder is becoming my firm favourite, as it’s so incredibly quick to use and very effective.
Made with Drops of Light Technology, this lightweight powder foundation transforms the look of your skin using optical-blurring pigments, and visually camouflages imperfections while providing sun protection.
This is so brilliant! If you are rushing out of the door and want to give your skin a quick airbrush look, it leaves your skin feeling soft and the coverage is extremely good and blends very easily. On my cheeks, I have a lot of redness and broken capillaries and it really covers easily, as it does around my drier eye area where I’m darker. I actually applied it with the sponge provided, then buffed it with a brush afterwards slightly.
Infused with hydrolyzed silk, hydrolyzed collagen, niacin and peptides, this smooth powder formula also gives you completely buildable coverage that doesn’t settles into lines or pores—for a flawless-looking complexion finish!
Key Benefits of IT Cosmetics Airbrush Perfecting Powder
I’m not brilliant at putting on foundation, as I very rarely used it until around 2-3 years ago and when I do I’m nervous about blending. Honestly, this takes all the effort out of it, it’s just so easy to apply, plus it totally covered all of my skin imperfections. I’ve tried it on its own as a foundation but also over my foundation as a finishing powder. Very impressed! My only criticism would be that there are only 5 shades, however as I’ve only used the light shade, I do think it was a great match to my skin, so maybe it is very adaptable to different skin tones? I would use this powder in summer especially, it really does give an airbrushed feel and a matt finish to the face, I do feel very ‘finished’ when I am wearing it.
I do hope you have enjoyed this series…is there anything from the range that you recommend?