The lightweight and finely milled texture is much finer than other face powders I've tried, ensuring a non-cakey finish and a barely-there result. It contains a unique patented walnut ingredient to control shine and balance skin tone, without clogging pores or feeling heavy on the surface. Although the packaging is completely naff, the puff applicators useless and the logistics a bit of a nightmare, the product held within is really rather good. Because it's so finely ground, it buffs into skin in a much more subtle way and almost 'blurs' the complexion and imperfections away. It can be used to set foundation, prevent an oily t-zone or simply unifying your final look - all of which are easily achieved with a swipe or two of a brush.
The powder really helps to keep shine at bay all day long, needing only a slight touch-up if you're going from day to night. Although the colour is technically translucent, I do find it dulls my natural glow a little so I prefer to add a touch of blush and highlighter to ensure I look my best. Available in both a pressed and loose powder format, these are really quite a bargain at £5.44 each (currently on offer in Boots.) You do have to ignore the packaging, and it's definitely not the kind of product you'd willingly remove from your bag, but all in all these are ace little powder products that really help your look to stay flawless for longer. Would you go vintage with your makeup?
Corn Silk pressed and loose powder is available from Amazon and Boots, priced £5.44.