I bought this hoping it might set my undereyes better than a standard setting powder and honestly it gave the same results setting wise but made my undereyes look white like I had caked in some white eyeshadow under them. Did not like at all
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e.l.f Undereye Setting Powder Review
e.l.f Undereye Setting Powder Review
High Definition Undereye Setting Powder
This light-diffusing powder camouflages fine lines, dark circles and imperfections, perfect for on camera or everyday wear. The silky powder adds a velvety finish ideal for wearing alone or setting in cream concealer. The Vitamin C & K infused formula helps to restore and strengthen skin for a revitalised appearance.
Pack Size 1.2 g.
Availability Kmart and Online
Tips: Don't wast your money. Invest in a good quality setting powder and just use a smaller brush to do your under eyes
Just love this product, especially in the heat. Great little pot, easy to take with you.
I swipe a very small amount of powder with a small brush both under my eyes and on my lids, I find this will limit eyeliner transfer and mascara smudge in the heat of the summer, especially for hooded eyes.
I have tried going without that little bit of white setting powder, but make-up smudged and transferred, so it certainly is a little pot of confidence for me.
Would definitely recommend this product and I hope they never stop making it.
Tips: Less is more, use sparingly as too much powder will sit in fine lines around the eyes.
I tried this product based on some positive reviews I had read. I hoped it would brighten my under eye area and have a bit of an illuminating subtle sparkle. I tried it three times. Firstly with the brush. This was a disaster as it caked into one place and didn't spread well. I then tried my finger and patted it on. Again, not much better. I thought it aged me if anything. Not worth it.
I used to use this product religiously as I have quite dark genetic under-eye circles and if I didn't powder over my concealer, it would just disappear. I like how it highlights the under-eye area but I dislike how it settles into fine lines beneath the eyes and ends up accentuating them. I now use it as a highlighter on my cheeks instead (I use a setting spray to set my concealer under my eyes, and that works much better).
Tips: Works great - unless you have lines beneath your eyes as well as dark circles. In that case, get yourself some Nyx Setting Spray and spray onto a beauty blender and dab under your eyes to set your concealer :-)
It is an okay product for its price. Pot is quite small and not easy to handle. Colour is not translucent but it is a very light shade that look almost translucent with teensy weensy shimmers in it. These aren't noticeable at all but they will brighten the under eye area subtly. I have dry under eye area and I use Maybelline fit me concealer (which dries fast and doesn't budge) so this setting powder works on me. However, the brush sucks.
Tips: Use it with a smaller but fluffy brush such as an eyeshadow blending brush for best results.
Does an awesome job at setting concealer under the eyes. If you use quite a bit it also lightens the area you apply it to. It comes with a tiny little brush that they might as well not even make as mine ended up straight in the bin.
It is definitely a cheap alternative to other brands but definitely doesn’t last as long.
I've had this for quite a few years and I remember loving it when I first got it. It might even have been my first setting powder!
The powder is loose form, and tapping the pot lightly onto the lid dispenses the perfect amount. I usually don't need heaps of undereye concealer anyway, but I do have some wrinkles/fine lines starting to appear and throughout the day I do notice some creasing in my concealer. When this is first applied over my concealer, it does a superb job in setting it. And it even helps brighten the area a little. Staying power isn't the best though, after a few hours of blinking and facial expressions, my under eye wrinkles are back.
I think I used it as a full face setting powder for a while, and found that was actually a better use. Nowadays I mix this in with my guerlain meteorites and make my own setting powder. This adds a bit of glow and helps blur over my skin, which is perfect on top of BB cream or light foundation! I wouldn't use this purely for undereye though because it doesn't cut it for me.
I think its good and it does the job. There are better products out there but this is so affordable.
Tips: I use this with my beauty blender not the little brush it comes with. I feel like it looks better when applied with a beauty blender
It was crap, made the skin under my eyes look caked. it didn't help my concealer conceal if anything it make my eyes look puffier. I guess you can't expect much for $5, i haven't had much luck with any of the ELF range except the setting powder.
I was really exited to receive this product and even more exited with the price point for E.L.F, but unfortunately I was very disappointed with the quality and overall performance of the setting powder. The product didn't keep my concealer in place like expected and left my face cakey and flaking. I wouldn't use this product again or recommend it.