Review: Wet n Wild PhotoFocus Pressed Powder in Warm Beige - $6


Your smartphone just met its makeup match. Pack this genius pressed powder in your bag for endlessly amazing photos every time. Light-diffusing pigments give your skin a veil of silky natural looking perfection in photos and IRL. Wear it alone, on bare skin or over Photo Focus foundation for a flawless finish. 
✨Sets makeup with an unbelievably soft, satin finish✨Reduces shine throughout the day✨Each shade covers a range of skin tones 
GOODBYE PHOTO FLASHBACK: Tested Under 7 light conditions and with top smartphone models. 
  • Clear Blue Sunlit Sky
  • Outdoors PM
  • Indoors PM
  • Electronic Flash
  • Fluorescent Light
  • Bathroom Light
  • Nightclub Light


+ has 8 a variety of range for every skin tone. warm beige is the perfect shade for my light-warm skin tone /  olive undertone 
+ good product for correcting too much blush 
+ sets make up to make it look even and more flawless 
+ decent price for a product that will last you a long time
+ like the simple black and nude packaging with the cute cruelty-free bunny at the front 


+didn't come with its own brush. it would have been nice if they had like a small puff under the compact to travel with you wherever you go 
+ not sure if you can wear it alone. i tried to and i had to layer it a lot to look like a liquid foundation. but i think it’ll work to even out the face if you’re looking for a very light coverage. 

i overall like this product. this is my first colored pressed powder (always used translucent before) and i think it performs well to make your make up last throughout the day.  it claims to be smart-phone friendly and cooperates with different lighting environments as well. i haven’t tested this claim in particular because i’m not too picky about what my setting powder does, for a drugstore quality anyway. i have taken photos with this and it does give me a soft glow, which is very nice,  but it isn’t enough to impress me, or notice it as a dupe for another product that blew me away. i’ve tried another colored pressed powder that is high end,  from the estee lauder collection that i think is supposed to match with a double wear foundation. i don’t really know the name of it because a counter lady from macy’s did my make up (after asking for a sample) and  i completely forgot to ask her the name :’( but that one is the very definition of “light-diffusing pigments [which] give your skin a veil of silky natural looking perfection.” like i couldn’t believe it was my skin after putting it on! i was hoping that this product would be a dupe for that, after reading the description, but i don’t think it is close enough to be a dupe. i am going to say that for the price, it’s a very solid product and i will continue to keep using it. 


3/5 bunnies

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  1. I really like the sound of this powder. I have only ever tried a few WNW products so far xx

    Gemma • Gemma Etc . ❤️

  2. Thank you so much for commenting! xx

    I love Wet n Wild! They make such good products for a really affordable price :D

  3. I've been weighing up buying Wet n Wild products for ages, especially because they seem so affordable! Love the review :) x

  4. Thank you so much for reading my newest post and leaving a comment! xx
    I love Wet n Wild! Their products remain affordable ($3-$5 range)and still deliver awesome quality. A lot of products that are supposed to be drugstores don't really have drugstore prices attached to them anymore, sadly :'( Like the new Maybelline 'Driver' matte nude lipstick costs $20. It's even more expensive than my 'Perversion' eyeliner from Urban Decay that I picked up from Sephora which is only $18.



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