PP Review Meter: Blue Heaven Loose Powder

Today I’m going to review a simple and affordable loose powder available in the market. No its not Lakme (though its affordable and good too). It is from a brand called Blue Heaven. People in south India, especially Chennai would’ve come across this brand very often even in their grocery stores!!

I recently stumbled upon the nearby stores to get groceries and saw this loose powder there. I was planning to try out loose powders since long and since I didn’t find the Lakme one in that store I picked up this one. Now I feel so happy that I did :)

Price: INR 40 for 18 gms

Shelf Life: 5 years (quiet long :-O)

What it contains? Not mentioned!

Brand: Blue Heaven Cosmetics

Product Type: Translucent powder \ face

My take on Blue Heaven Loose Powder:

So as I said already I badly wanted to try a loose powder for setting up my makeup. Since I have combination skin my nose and lids get super oily and to get the dewy look I set it with loose powder. Frankly I was lazy to go in hunt of the lakme one and as I don’t need this on a everyday basis I was bit patient too :P That is the reason I picked this up immediately when I saw and also with a decision that I will try the cheaper one first, get used and go for luxury brands ;) :D

Coming to the review, the powder is light peachy pink in color and has a mild floral fragrance. The powder is finely milled and so you can expect little fallout when you dust it off on your face. But I won’t consider it as a drawback as it is the same case with any loose powder. After application it feels super light on skin – not patchy, not heavy and doesn’t give the layered look to your skin. It doesn’t leave a ghostly cast either – maybe due to the shade as it’s pink and not white. It lasts atleast 5 hours if you are in A\C ad otherwise you cannot expect a wear time more than 2 hours. But if you have put on the good makeup base, it would help in keeping your makeup in-tact.

Coming to the packaging, it comes with an air tight lid and a peel-off sticker to take out the required amount of product – scores better here. It also comes with an inbuilt puff which is a total waste – the sponge isn’t soft enough to be used on face and would wear off in just one wash :( Also I prefer using my kabuki brush to enjoy powdering :P

Easy and quick to achieve the dewy look I wanted :D

Rose Petals:

Cute and compact packaging
Reasonably priced
Decent wear time
Smooth and finely milled, easy application
Helps in getting good coverage and a dewy look


Worst sponge puff applicator
No ingredients mentioned
Definitely contains talc which is considered to be harmful

Rating: 4.2 out of 5

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