The powder itself is nice, super fine and blends well with my skin tone and other foundation. It doesn't remain caked on, and neutralizes any shine. Makes for a good finish.
The usual mess happens when applying as with all loose powders, so I have to apply over the sink or a surface easy to clean.
It comes with a retracting brush. The brush is in a convenient packaging, but is not a very good quality and the bristles keep falling out.
It is fairly expensive though for what it does. Clinique is very good for problematic skin otherwise i'm not sure it's worth the cost.
I gave this a "you betcha" but it's a very small tip of the scale that way.
This setting powder/mattifying powder isn't worth the money. Any drugstore brand will work just as good if not better for a fraction of the price. The only nice thing is that it comes with a brush but I much prefer NYC's and it's only $4 compared to over $30.
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