Are you on the hunt for a new loose powder? The Revolution Conceal and Define Infinite Loose Setting Powder has launched as part of their Conceal and Define Infinite collection.
In addition to the new loose powder, they also launched a makeup brush set and setting spray too. The first product that launched as part of the Infinite range was the Infinite version of the Conceal and Define Concealer.
Revolution Conceal and Define Infinite Loose Setting Powder
The Revolution Conceal and Define Infinite Loose Setting Powder is a translucent setting powder designed to set your makeup in place, or for baking your makeup. It’s described as being universal due to its translucent finish, with an extra finely milled formula to have a silky texture that melts into the skin to set your makeup without leaving a trace.
The powder also works to mattify any shine, as well as setting your makeup and is described as being suitable for all skin types and all skintones. If you follow Revolution on Instagram, you’ll have seen them rave about this powder having niacinamide within the ingredients.
Niacinamide is a water-soluble vitamin that works with the natural substances in your skin to help visibly minimize enlarged pores, tighten lax pores, improve uneven skin tone, soften fine lines and wrinkles, diminish dullness, and strengthen a weakened surface.
The niacinamide within this Revolution Conceal and Define Infinite Loose Setting Powder is very minimal as it’s the ninth ingredient within the product so it’s not going to have a noticeable improvement on the skin.
If you are interested in the niacinamide ingredient, you’d be better off purchasing one of the Revolution Niacinamide Serums instead.
Seeing as your powder is one of the last steps within your makeup routine, it’s not going to have a massive benefit on the skin, especially with the ingredient listed half way down the ingredients but it’s still nice it’s been included.
Mica, Silica, Octyldodecyl Stearoyl Stearate, Pentaerythrityl Tetraisostearate, Aluminum Starch Octenylsuccinate, Dimethicone, Methicone, Ethylhexylglycerin, Niacinamide, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, Butylene Glycol, Caprylyl Glycol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Hexylene Glycol, Phenoxyethanol.
The Revolution Conceal and Define Infinite Loose Setting Powder contains 5 grams of product for £8 which isn’t very much product at all, especially for a loose powder.
As a comparison, the Conceal & Fix Setting Powder is the same price but with 13 grams – which is almost three times the amount of product.
So always check the price, grams and similar products on the Revolution website prior to making a purchase as you could find a better value option.
Yes the Revolution Conceal and Define Infinite Loose Setting Powder contains niacinamide, but I’d personally prefer to purchase the Conceal & Fix Setting Powder with 8g more product, and then purchase a niacinamide serum from their skincare range as that would be better value, and better for the skin too.