Hey beauty, do not have a meltdown today, at least not a makeup meltdown! Set your favorite look with Pacifica’s amazing Cherry Velvet Matte Translucent Setting Powder. Full of natural ingredients for a skin loving treat.
All skin types. Especially Oily Skin.
Ingredients We Love:
Coconut, vitamin C, highlighting mica, wild cherry
100% Vegan & Cruelty-free
Formulated without talc, parabens, phthalates or mineral oil (and a huge list of other things your skin doesn’t love)
- Loose translucent setting powder
- Ingredients We Love: watermelon and vitamin C
- Formulated without talc, sulfates, parabens or petroleum
- 100% Vegan
Mica, Silica, Bambusa Arundinacea Stem (Bamboo) Extract, Prunus Serotina (Wild Cherry) Bark Extract, Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate (Vitamin C), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Water, Nelumbo Nucifera (Lotus) Seed Powder, Glycerin, Citronellol*, Geraniol*, Parfum*. *Our Scent Blend With Natural And/Or Essential Oils
Dip the tip of a fluffy brush with dense bristles into the powder. Tap the brush to remove the excess powder. Buff the powder in small circular motions onto your pretty face to lock in your makeup. Apply over bare skin to help minimize the appearance of pores or reduce shine. Touch up throughout the day as desired.
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