Weekly Obsessions | Sacha Buttercup Setting Powder

Hi Loves!

It is time that I share with you this weeks ‘Weekly Wednesday Obsession’. This week my featured obsession is the Sacha Buttercup Setting Powder (See pictures below).



“Buttercup is completely flash-friendly, with just one shade for all skin tones and skin types. It can be used to highlight, set your concealer or can be applied liberally over the entire face.  It does not give off the white cast or turn ashy in bright lighting or photos, as with other setting powders. Buttercup Powder absorbs oil, reduces shine and keeps your face matte for hours. It is finely milled so it glides onto the skin, blends easily and softens the appearance of fine lines and pores, without looking caked on.”

I have been loving on my Sacha Buttercup Powder. It is perfect for all my darker skin tone ladies & definitely does not give that exposing white flash back some setting powders do. I use this when I am going for that extra make-up look. Once you apply this well you almost do not even need to use any contouring products. This setting powder is SUPER soft and fine milled. It feels velvetty. Melts into the skin giving it a matte finish.

This setting powder is basically a loose sheer-to-medium powder that I use to ‘set’ my highlighted areas. It is great with helping my make-up last longer throughout the day. I use a disposable make-up sponge to apply the powder and then my E.L.F Powder Brush to brush off the access once it has been finished with setting or ‘baking’. I apply this setting powder to the areas on my face that I want to attract the most light. [Middle of the forehead, nose and chine also under eyes, and below the contour.] It can also be used above the cupids bow. 


My face with only foundation.


After the ‘baking’ process.

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Have you ever tried this powder or any others? I would also love to know about your experience!

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Love always,


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