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Bare Minerals Future Star

Bare Minerals Future Star

Bare Minerals Future Star

On the surface, Bare Minerals Future Star claims to be a star-struck makeover that can improve your self-esteem by changing the way you look. But a closer inspection reveals that this $47. 00 cover-up may not be the star-stealing transformation it promises to be.

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FAKE! I started watching Broken on Netflix about counterfeit makeup being sold on amazon. I had been using bare minerals for years and lived the product. I figured it was cheaper on amazon so I bought the powder and the bronzer. I felt a difference right away with the texture of the powder. I needed to use more and it just wasn’t sticking. I thought it was the brush so I bought another one. It still want giving me the look and feel I was used to. My face was breaking out so I thought it was was time to wash my face. I couldn’t figure it out. I bought the real one today and I was shocked as I realized I was conned. If you zoom into the powder on the left on the cap, you’ll see sparkles! Those aren’t from the flag because I saw them also using a magnifying glass. The real one, which has the brighter letters, was a thicker mixture. The letters on the cap for the real one connect in some sections. DON’T BUY!!! Fake!!

One of those unique products that I couldn't resist. It may look scary and possibly unwearable in the tube, but it's actually a very pretty peach with a little bit of a purple sheen in certain lights, when worn on bare lips. It looks especially interesting when worn over different lip shades since depending on the colour it will bring out the different shades in the gloss. I personally really like this sort of thing even just to look at, but from a practical point of view it really is a pretty gloss, and is definitely wearable. (Source: www.temptalia.com)

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This is total counterfeit/ knock off. The packaging looks legitimate until you actually apply the powder. In the packaging it looks tinted but upon application it is basically white powder. Upon further investigation, the SKU label (pictured) they used covered up the fact that this is not a true BareMinerals product. I’ve used this shade (golden fair) for years and know that it matches my skin tone but this product is obviously not the same. Photos attached show the BareMinerals product I purchased at Ulta and the product received from amazon along with the applied powder. I would show both products applied side by side but I obviously ran out of the legitimate product and unable to do so. Luckily, I am able to return it for free

This is a knock off product. I've been using Bare Minerals for over 10 years. This particular one was completely the wrong color, had no coverage, and dried out my skin. It's basically overpriced tinted talc powder. Don't buy it! The real product is on the left of the pic. This fake one is on the right. Wrong color. And it smells like talc powder. What a rip off. I'll be sending this back asap. (Source: www.amazon.com)

 

 

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