Wet n Wild Photo Focus Pressed Powder Review

Hello, hello!

Today I have a review of the Wet n Wild Photo Focus Pressed Powder in the shade Warm Light. I purchased it early last week and have been testing it out since then. [info in italics taken from the Wet n Wild website]

Pack this genius pressed powder in your bag for endlessly amazing photos every time. Light-diffusing pigments give your skin a veil of silky natural looking perfection in photos and IRL. Wear it alone, on bare skin or over Photo Focus foundation for a flawless finish.Β 

  • Sets makeup with an unbelievably soft, satin finish
  • Reduces shine throughout the day
  • Each shade covers a range of skin tones

Wet n Wild Photofocus Pressed Powder

This powder is available in eight different shades: Warm Light, Neutral Buff, Neutral Beige, Warm Beige, Tan Beige, Golden Tan, Dark Cafe, and Cocoa.

Wet n Wild Photofocus Pressed Powder

Shadewise, Warm Light works perfectly for me. I mainly got this powder to set my foundation, and to reduce shine.

Wet n Wild Photofocus Pressed Powder

It is finely milled and feels silky on the skin. This powder gives my skin a natural finish. I’ve tested it out with bare skin (and under eye concealer),Β  with my Deciem Serum foundation, and with my Maison Jacynthe foundation, and it looked great with all three.

Have you tried this powder?

Thanks for reading and have a beautiful day! ❀

Disclosure: I purchased this.


26 thoughts on “Wet n Wild Photo Focus Pressed Powder Review

  1. It reminds me a bit of the MAC Mineralize Finish Natural and Sephora MicroSmooth powder – both of which are my favourites! By any chance, do you know if the Wet n Wild is made in China? (you now that I’m going to ask… πŸ˜‰ )

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