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Product Review: Black Opal Invisible Oil Blocking Loose Powder

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The Black Opal brand is dedicated to women of color across the world and the products enhance the natural beauty of women in their own comfort zone

Black Opal Invisible Oil Blocking Loose Powder

Regular Price: ₦2,700.00

₦2,000.00

WHAT THEY SAY

The Black Opal Invisible Oil Blocking Loose Powder is a lightweight, colorless, loose powder designed to perfectly blend with your skin tone (with or without foundation). This hypoallergenic formula is designed with unique oil blotters to help control shine and offers a matte finish without leaving a powdery residue or drying skin out. For oily skin. Matte finish. It can be used with puff or large brush, press powder over oily areas, such as T-Zone.

WHAT I SAY

Black Opal really impressed me with this powder! My face is really oil, especially my  nose, it tends to shine a lot (LOL!) This is my new favorite powder. It truly works beautifully with and without foundation. It works wonderfully under your foundation to soak up oil, and as a setting powder to keep you matte, or for a quick touch up to banish the middle of the day shine from your T-Zone. It goes on invisibly without giving those of us with darker skin tones an ashy cast (Great!).

I was quite fascinated by their eye candy packaging. It is a sleek and sturdy black tub jar with a screw on cap. It sadly has no applicator or a mirror. There should have been a sponge in it.

HOW TO USE

You would need a Zaron Powder Brush and the Black Opal Invisible Oil Blocking Loose Powder.

Zaron Powder Brush
₦2,145.00

A tiny touch Black Opal Invisible Oil Blocking Loose Powder goes a long way. Pour some of the loose powder into the lid of the container. Dip a powder brush  into the lid, and swirl to load the bristles. Tap the brush on the side of the lid to remove excess powder.

Sweep the loaded brush down the center of your face, from the top of your forehead down your nose. Then sweep the brush across your cheekbones to distribute the powder.

Once blended, the final effect should be a matte finish without a powdery effect. If you applied too much powder, sweep a clean brush over your face to remove the excess.

This and many other Black Opal can be found on Podozi.
TIP. I wouldn’t advise that you completely open the seal, as it can get messy especially when you tighten the cap.

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Teni Beauty

Resident Chief Editor, Signature Reporter. Teniolami is an accomplished makeup artist and beauty therapist with almost 10years experience in the beauty industry. She is a full-time Beauty Business Coach, Brand & Product Developer, Educator and a soon to-be published Beauty Author

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