Menaji HDPV Anti-Shine Powder | Anti-Shine Face Make-Up for Men | High-Definition Face Powder | Skin-Friendly Face Powder for Men | All-Occasion Face Powder | Contains Vitamin C & E9.4/10 (Expert Score)
Menaji HDPV Anti-Shine Powder | Anti-Shine Face Make-Up for Men | High-Definition Face Powder | Skin-Friendly Face Powder for Men | All-Occasion Face Powder | Contains Vitamin C & E
- 12 REVIEWS OILY SKIN
- 9 REVIEWS SKIN TONE
- 6 REVIEWS GIVE IT A TRY
- 8 REVIEWS WITHOUT LOOKING
- 11 REVIEWS LOOKING LIKE
- 9 REVIEWS USING A BRUSH
- 7 REVIEWS WORKS GREAT
- 39 REVIEWS POWDER
- 11 REVIEWS MEDIUM
- 10 REVIEWS FACE
- 13 REVIEWS PACKAGING
- 15 REVIEWS SHINE
- 4 REVIEWS ACNE
- 6 REVIEWS BRONZE
- 8 REVIEWS COVERAGE
- 15 REVIEWS WEARING
- 11 REVIEWS NATURAL
- 12 REVIEWS OPENED
- 10 REVIEWS UNDETECTABLE
- 10 REVIEWS NOTICEABLE
Top Positive Review
Used it to cover up little blemishes
Looks natural and can not tell you are wearing powder
Top Critical Review
It blends well but this product is SIGNIFICANTLY over priced. I’ve used this 4-5 times per week and it lasted about 3 weeks. I don’t believe I was over-applying. It also seems to transfer onto clothing quite easily. The powder is very light and “fluffy”, and because of this you have to be careful handling the case because the product cracks and breaks up easily. A friend recommended trying Maybelline Fit Me Matte Powder instead. It is $6 and found in most major retail stores. They also have far more colors than what Menaji offers…and unlike Menaji, they don’t charge you more for the popular color shades.
Customer Questions & Answers
What’s the difference between dark and bronze? I mean how can I find which color is better for me?
Answer: Bronze is a lighter shade than dark; and honestly without trying it out on your skin first hand, you’re going to have to go by the provided pictures and see which one suits your skin tone best.
Its pretty ridiculous that there is a $10+ price difference between the color shades. My (rhetorical) question is, why?
Answer: Good question, I purchased the cheaper one even though it was darker than my skin shade to use as a bronzer and the compact was broken so maybe thats why it was cheaper, because the pressed powder was broken and it ended up staining my carpet and making a horrible mess. 🙁
How exactly do i apply this product so it is undetectable. This will be my first time applying anything like this to my face.
Answer: If you apply it correctly you can’t tell other than your face looking better and no visible blemishes. Use a good powder brush, not the pad it comes with. Use a small amount and evenly apply it and blend in around your chin and jaw lines.
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