When it comes to the foundations and powders, I’m still having control over it. I have three foundations, plus several 5ml samples, and 4 powders. Although I’d be happy if I could only have one of each, I don’t believe this is over the top.
The shade Banane is the most hyped shade among T. LeClerc powders. I’ve purchased it hoping that it would mattify my skin, neutralize redness on my face and give the impression of much smoother skin. The powder does a little concerning the redness, but at least it mattifies to some extent.
The powder is finely milled, and very easy to apply. Of course, a little is necessary. It does not dry out the skin. Unfortunately, it has a very sickly sweet fragrance, which disappears upon application, but still, I’m not a fan of the scent.
The powder, comes in a classy, if slightly impractical metal packaging. It looks very vintage, but not travel.friendly. Inside, there is a paper sifter and a piece of plastic on the top. It is very easy to spill the powder. A good idea is to transfer the powder into a more user-friendly package.
The box contains 35 grams of yellow powder (price cca. $50), which will last for ages.