-Doesn't break out my skin
-Minimalistic mineral ingredients
-Low price -Shades are never quite right
-Shades don't seem consistent throughout the lifespan of the compact
-Compact doesn't last very long
-Requires frequent re-application So, obviously a major positive is that this makeup for sure does not contribute to my acne. I've used it for a couple of months now and I can honestly say that, while tons of other "noncomedogenic" brands don't live up to their promises, this one does. The Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide contents seem to help in the healing and drying of my acne as well.
I have decided, however, to stop using this makeup after this last compact for a few reasons: 1) the shade starts out looking like it's my color, and then by the time I get halfway through the product, it begins to get darker and somehow more orangey in color. I think it's because of the weird speckled thing they do with the powder....I don't know why they don't just blend the two colors together instead of leaving it with large blotches of dark and light tones....
Aside from that, it doesn't cover up blemishes really at all, unless I use a concealer underneath, and my skin just isn't tolerating any concealers lately, except for the PF mineral foundation...which goes on kinda thick and chalky.
Finally, although the cost seems reasonable, these compacts tend to last me somewhere around 3 weeks or so...which seems pretty short; most other make up brands I've used have lasted over a month and a half.
Although it is nice having the peace of mind in knowing that the makeup isn't screwing up my already stressed out skin, I don't think it's worth the trouble of walking around with an artificial made-up looking face and having to constantly worry about whether it has worn off and needs to be reapplied.