I have quite an obsession with makeup. Okay that came out wrong… what I meant to say is, I’m the most obsessed with base makeup (whilst obsessed with ALL makeup). Whether it be foundation, primer, powder, BB cream – anything that promises my-skin-but-better complexion without oiliness, I’ll be jumping up and down and all over it.
The Mirenesse Invisible Fill Makeup was a part of the goodie bag for ABBW. Yet again I am soooo late with trialling it, but a big part of it is because of its outer packaging:
Like most of Mirenesse products, the Invisible Fill Makeup is packaged in a paper sachet. I do appreciate the prettiness of it , but have to say I don’t love it, as it create unnecessary paper waste that our planet can do without.
Greenie me aside, let’s move onto the product itself:
What they say:
Invisible cream of pure natural mineral makeup for perfect, lineless, poreless airbrushed skin. Corrects imperfections, blurs their appearance and lasts matte all day. Universal Adaptive Colour technology adapts to any skin tone.
Forms an invisible barrier that provides continuous hydration and seals in active ingredients from treatment products while protecting from harmful environmental elements
- 3D Halo Spheres Soft Focus Pigment
- Botanical Moisturisers
- Vitamin E+ Hyaluronate
- Formulated For Sensitive Skin
- Free From Parabens/Alcohol/Talc
Mirenesse Invisible Fill Makeup is packaged in a pretty peach tube, which on first impression is lovely:
But upon removing the cap, I was horrified. If you’re a germaphobe – look away, LOOK AWAY NOW!!!
I’m not going to go through how unhygienic a sponge applicator is again, so I’m just going to ask cosmetic companies to abolish this packaging for good (please!). I removed the sponge shortly after taking the above pic, which reveals a nozzle. Luckily, the tube is quite squeezy, so I can squeeze out the exact amount of product required.
The formula is a tinted silicone base primer. Unbeknownst to me, Mirenesse says that this product can be used under or over makeup. I’ve been using it alone like a foundation, and find it to offer quite a good coverage for me.
You can see how well the product smooths the surface of the skin, filling in the lines and pores. The coverage is enough to reduce the scarring on my hand (bite marks from one of my cats, when I had to take her for pre-export vet checks), so is just right for my non-scarred face .
I did have to put a little concealer for some redness under my eyes and sides of my nostrils, but that’s common for me even when using a full coverage foundation/BB cream.
Like a silicon-based primer, the Mirenesse Invisible Fill Makeup leaves a slippery finish, which needs to be powdered over before applying other makeup items eg. brow powders, eyeliner, blush, eyeshadows. But the great thing is, it doesn’t reduce its dewy appearance. My complexion is glowy, luminous, and best of all, looks non-oily for majority of the day!
I’ve been complimented so many times on my skin the last few days I’ve been wearing it. And I have not broken out either (YAY). A bit of a miracle product here? I say YES!
Mirenesse Invisible Fill Makeup Airbrush Pore & Line Filling Mattifier SPF10 retails for $59.50 and is available in selected salons/pharmacies Australia-wide, and on www.mirenesse.com.
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