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I`m not big fan of pressed powder - they don`t offer a great deal except for mopping up shine which you could do with a tissue or blotting paper. This one is the exception to the rule. It`s been going for decades - my mum used it when she was younger along with all the other old classics such as Ponds cream and Nivea. It does seem to have stood the test of time however as I am yet to find a powder that covers so well. I like to use this for BFDs when anything sheer just isn`t good enough. It works great alone using the sponge or a big bronzer brush - you can build up a couple of layers over moisturiser or you can go easy on it after applying foundation to give your complexion a boost. It will also last forever!
Picture from the Boots UK website where Max Factor Products can be bought 3 for 2.