AeroMatte Ultralucent Pressed Powder by Estee Lauder, short review

AeroMatte Ultralucent Pressed Powder by Estee Lauder, short review

AeroMatte Ultralucent Pressed Powder by Estee Lauder, short review

If you’re looking for a good pressed powder you might find this post helpful. I recently bought AeroMatte Ultralucent Pressed Powder by Estee Lauder and I’m very pleased with it.
This powder is very finely milled, blurs out imperfections and doesn’t set into pores. You can use it on bare skin, and it’ll make your skin look naturally matte, but not in that old-fashioned dry kind of way. It works as a setting powder too, over tinted moisturizer or foundation. Of course, like most powders it applies best with a powder brush instead of the included puff.
The compact itself looks nice and elegant too, which I think is important.

To make sure my new powder doesn’t feel lonely, I also purchased a lipstick to keep it company. This is the cult lipstick of all times, Estee Lauder Signature Lipstick in Cocoa Rose 13.

Estee Lauder Signature Lipstick in Cocoa Rose 13

Estee Lauder Signature Lipstick in Cocoa Rose 13. Soon I'll make a post with swatches of all of my new lipsticks!

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5 Responses to AeroMatte Ultralucent Pressed Powder by Estee Lauder, short review

  1. Ilona says:

    Hi Antonia! Good job on the photos! How do you find E.L. lipstick scents? I sometimes find it too heavy and particularly pleasant, but maybe they have changed their formula, so, I’m curious…:)

    • Antonia says:

      Ilona, honestly, I only have to lipsticks by Estee Lauder, this one and Chrystal Baby (which is really amazing). To me, both of them smell pleasant, not old-fashioned or anything.

  2. Jasmina says:

    Recently I watched a documentary where this pharmaceutical scientist explained that Clinique is also owned by Estee and that their products have exactly same ingredients just cost differently because of their name.
    What do you think about that? Do you buy expensive make up just because of the name or do you actually compare ingredients? Just wondering…
    Although the powder is lovely, and I personally always go for the name, somehow guided by subconsciousness I guess.

    • Antonia says:

      Jasmina, partly I don’t entirely believe it (the part about “the same powders”) and partly I rarely care to check the ingredients in make-up. Did you know that Estee Lauder owns a lot of other brands as well?

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