Fenty Beauty Pro FILT'R Soft Matte Powder Foundation
|Brand Name||Fenty Beauty|
The award-winning foundation that forever changed the game, now in a long-wear, light-as-air powder to deliver light to full coverage in non-cakey soft matte finish. It’s fast, flawless, easy.
- Longwear, light-as-air, no flashback
- Blur Filt’r complex to deliver the ultimate, blurred finish
- Sweat-, humidity-, and crease-resistant
- Buildable, light to full coverage formula that loves to be layered
- Won’t settle into fine lines, clog pores or cake up
- Reduces the appearance of shine
- Chic, portable powder compact fits in the hand
Did you know?!
Rihanna loves poreless, blurred-looking skin but could never find the perfect powder to satisfy her needs. After 3 years of perfecting this formula, she developed the ultimate powder that makes skin look like skin, not cakey, and works on all skin types and tones. It’s the perfect filter on the go and she always has this in her purse.
How to use
Prep: Before applying Pro Filt’r Soft Matte Powder Foundation, be sure to moisturize skin with Fenty Skin Hydra Vizor Invisible Moisturizer Broad Spectrum SPF 30 Sunscreen.
After moisturizing, apply your favorite Pro Filt’r primer and let set for best results.
Use the included sponge to build to your desired coverage for a flawless, blurred finish. We recommend the Powder Puff Setting Brush 170 for light coverage. For medium to full coverage, apply using the Kabuki Buff Brush.
Pro Tip: The looser the brush, the lighter the coverage.
Most common, simply caused by overproduction of goods and too large inventory levels created by brands.
There product has a flaw, with the most-common flaw being a packing 'error.' Meaning, the product is 100% perfect though there is a simple flaw.
Reaching Due Date
The product is still in great shape, though the expiration date of the product is nearing. This means you can still use the product before the end of the due date.
Brands often change their inventory and if sales for a certain product stagnate, it can cause a discontinuation of an item. Might also happen when a brand discontinues its entire operations.
There was a fictive limited supply of given collection due to brands' marketing campaign. The leftover stock is kept off the market to stimulate this fictive supply for profit protection.
Given product was intended for testing but was never used for this cause. These testers are normally thrown away since they were never marked in the sales books. Arkive has returned them for you.
Product batch was produced, but the order got cancelled by the importer. This causes batches to be discarded.