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Review: Harry Potter Approved, even Muggle Worthy: Cover FX Powder FX Pressed Mineral Powder Foundation SPF 10

We have seen Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint come of age in the classic Harry Potter Fantasy Series. You’ve seen these friends cast spells since 2001 but did you know there is a bit of wizardry going on behind the scenes?

In 2009, Amanda Knight,chief makeup artist for Harry Potter 7, observed a Cover FX demonstration and was so impressed that she requested products for the cast members of Harry Potter. Sharon Nicholas, lead makeup artist of the film, revealed the trick to keeping the cast flawless was Cover FX Powder FX Pressed Mineral Powder Foundation SPF 10.

Whether prepping for a scene or touching up between takes, this product is anti-shine, oil absorbing and leaves you with a matte finish. Not only is this powder foundation great for those witches and wizards growing up before our eyes as it’s ideal for acne/sensitive skin but also works well on normal/combination skin.

Cover FX Powder FX Pressed Mineral Powder Foundation SPF 10 is available in 17 shades, providing sheer to moderate coverage.

Available here for $32.

Now that you know the secret to immortal and celebrity beauty, will you wave your wand for this potion?

Amelia Keith, author and editor of PrettyintheQueenCity.com

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  1. Gosh I would love love love to try or do a review for this! It sounds amazing!

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