Thursday, June 26, 2008

Prescriptives: All Skins Mineral Makeup SPF15

All Skins Mineral Makeup SPF 15

Introducing Prescriptives All Skins Mineral Makeup SPF 15.

Mineral Makeup—what’s in it for you?
Vitamins, minerals, gems, sun protection…all helping make your skin look naturally radiant and unbelievably healthy.

What’s not in it for you? Oil, talc, fragrance, pore-clogging ingredients--all the things that may make you hesitate about wearing makeup. So, it’s all good--and skin looks and feels naturally flawless, naturally better. And you’re sure to find your exact match of this new long-wear powder foundation from Prescriptives extensive collection of 18 shades.

Key Benefits:
- Pure, natural coverage
- Infused with vitamins, minerals and gems
- Healthy, radiant finish
- Weightless, long-wear formula
- SPF 15 protection
- Available in 18 shades for both warm and cool tones

.3 oz - $32.50

Here she goes again ; -)

Ok, now I'm going to get on a bit of a bandwagon - those who can't tolerate, skip over to the next article posting (lol).

First let me say, I really love Prescriptives makeup. In fact, my holy grail blush right now is their Colorscope Plush Blush gel-stick and their Flawless Skin Foundation has been one of my top three foundations for years. Love it! What I just can't fathom are these cosmetics companies selling a little jar of loose mineral powder for the likes of $20+. And here, Px is wanting $32.50 for theirs. Come on! Really?

To be fair, I've not yet tried Prescriptives All Skins to make a fair comparison, BUT ... I'll direct you guys once again to a little known company I've found to deliver the BEST in loose mineral powders yielding fab results at a reasonable cost - Erth Minerals available through LushBrush. Their jar (also with sifter) contains the same amount of product (w/same SPF) for $13. So if you can match your skin to their shades (11 to choose from), why would you pay almost $20 more? For the convenience of picking it up at the department store counter rather than ordering online? Maybe, but that's a pricey convenience charge. Got a comment on this - let us know what you think in comments.

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