Cloud Nine Fair Setting Powder

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Cloud Nine Fair Setting Powder

This setting powder is our mica version; the differences between the mica and talc versions are more about preference than performance; both powders perform very similarly, but the mica version has a very slight sheen.

This setting powder is translucent with zero color added for those with a fair skin tone.

Each setting powder comes in a 50 gram jar that holds about 15 grams of powder.

Ingredients: Nylon-12, Silk Mica, Magnesium Myristate, Magnesium Stearate, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Phenoxyethanol, Caprylyl Glycol, Potassium Sorbate and Hexylene Glycol, ((+/- Iron Oxide (CI 77499, 77491, 77492), Tin Oxide (CI 778161))

***Nylon12 is a powder we use to help with the slip.

***Silk Mica is natural and is similar to sericite mica but it's silkier, whiter and offers a soft, smooth texture that is mattifying. 

***Magnesium Stearate is a chemical compound of Magnesium (element, same as in vitamins) and Stearate (plant-derived).

***Magnesium Myristate is the combination of Magnesium (a mineral) and Myristate a fatty acid (naturally occurring). Magnesium Myristate will add adhesion, slip, soft feel, and helps to repel water.

***Fractionated Coconut Oil (we use this to bind our Powders) - fraction of coconut oil comprised mainly of Capric and Caprylic Acid, thus giving it more of an antioxidant and disinfecting effect. Factionated Coconut Oil has a long shelf life, stability and rancidity resistant.

***Oxides are natural minerals and add color to the product, also helps with making the product opaque.

 

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  • 3
    Cloud 9 setting powder - fair

    Posted by Elizabeth on Aug 17th 2019

    After trying so many of the Sydney Grace eyeshadows and having such wonderful results, I had high expectations for this Mica-based powder. I don’t love it as much as I want to. I purchased the lightest shade (fair), and found it to leave a obvious white cast. The powder I received doesn’t have any light reflecting qualities to it. I’m not sure if the powder I got was mislabeled, or the mica isn’t visible. I was expecting something like Charlotte Tilbury’s Magic Powder, or the Hourglass pressed and loose powders. It’s very reminiscent of the HD powder from Makeup Forever when it was first launched over a decade ago.

  • 5
    So nice!!

    Posted by Heather Bocking on Aug 6th 2019

    I got this as part of the spend x amount of money and get x amount of random products promotion. I’m not a huge powder girl, but I use a little to set under my eyes most of the time so I wasn’t upset to get this. This is only a first impression, but I used it under one eye and used my Hourglass loose powder under the other... and I like this one more! I kind of can’t believe it. I’m very fair and the fair shade has a nice subtle brightening quality to it and set my concealer beautifully without looking at all dry which is next to impossible on me. The packaging does feel really cheap, but the product is seriously so good.