I love everything K Beauty, and I particularly love the cute collaborations K Beauty brands create, but the Innisfree Mentos No Sebum Mineral Powder Collaboration might be one of the cutest to date.
Innisfree are a South Korean cosmetics brand, and were the first natural brand from Korea. I’ve never tried anything from Innisfree myself, but I’ve seen their products on YesStyle and always been tempted.
The Innisfree No-Sebum Mineral Powder is one of the brand’s bestselling products, and now they’ve created a special edition in a collaboration with Mentos.
Innisfree Mentos No Sebum Mineral Powder
This is a limited edition collaboration, and has been created to celebrate the powder’s 14th anniversary. Innisfree have created six limited edition versions of their iconic powder, with each of the six designs having a different scent to replicate the Mentos flavours.
The compacts are all different colours to match the ‘flavour’ of the powder inside, and they all look adorable.
The different scents on offer are;
The packaging of the Innisfree Mentos No Sebum Mineral Powder is so convincing, there’s even a warning on the front of the compact to say ‘do not eat’ but from the reviews I’ve read, the powders all smell good enough to eat.
How cute are the different coloured compacts? I don’t think I can choose a favourite, as I love the look of Peach, Grape and Cherry.
If you’re in the UK, it’s going to be hard to track this super cute collaboration down as it’s currently available via Hermo if you’re in Malaysia, and from April the collaboration will be available via Innisfree beauty counters if you’re in Singapore starting April 2020.
The powders are on sale at Hermo for RM 28, which is around £5.19 which is amazingly affordable for such a high quality brand like Innisfree. So what is this cult favourite powder? Keep on reading to find out..
So the Innisfree Mentos No Sebum Mineral Powder is described as having nine different uses – yes, really.. nine!
- Blotting Powder
- Makeup Fixer
- Dry Shampoo
- Eye Primer
- Mascara Primer
- Lip Mattifier
- Nail Primer
- Body Powder
Technically you could use any loose powder for any of these uses, but these are all tried and true uses of the powder that fans of the powder recommend trying.
I’ve used loose setting powder to blot, set my makeup, set my eye primer and mattify my lips but never any of the other uses.
Who even knew a loose makeup powder would work as a nail primer, or a dry shampoo but I guess it makes sense?
I think the Innisfree Mentos No Sebum Mineral Powder is a really cute collaboration, and I wish we had access to the six powders in the UK as I’d love them!