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Williamspro Zero Powder

Friday, 13 November 2015
I was lucky enough to win this gorgeous little pack of all Williamspro Zero Powder shades as well as a retractable travel brush at a blogger event I recently attended. I had heard a few other bloggers talking about these Aussie products so I definitely wanted to try them and I really appreciated that they are 100% natural, vegan and cruelty free. This Voyage Sampler Pack is actually on sale for $54 (from $80) and includes three very generous sample pots of Zero Powder, which retail for $35 each full sized, and the travel brush valued at $18. It is a great little pack that allows you to test out all the options and the generous sizes will lasts months.


Williamspro Zero Powder in Fragrance Free $35
This translucent powder is absolutely perfect for those people with very sensitive skin. With absolutely no fragrance, talc, parabens, and silica it should get along with even the most difficult skin. This would also make it a great option for a makeup artistry kit because it can be used on everyone. It was actually created by makeup artist, Azzi Williams for that exact purpose and because it is talc and silica free it has absolutely no flashback or powdery effect. It really lives up to it's name, setting foundation and cream products without changing the colour or appearance at all and ensuring it stays flawless and shine free for hours. It is also extremely light and comfortable to wear thanks to the finely milled loose formulation. Overall it performs extremely well for everyday, special occasions and even photo shoots so I really can't find a fault with it. It is even very reasonably priced.

Williamspro Zero Powder in Original $35
Of course this is the same formulation as the Fragrance Free, just with the original fragrance and subtle colour. In saying that though, I cannot distinguish any additional fragrance in the Original Zero Powder but it does have a slightly more nude tone. Honestly, they both perform equally well and if you have normal skin you could really take your pick. I usually prefer a slightly nude toned translucent powder to mimimise the chance of it looking ashy or powdery, not that I noticed this at all with the original. If you have sensitive skin or need it for a kit I would recommend the Fragrance Free version, but if you have normal skin you could honestly just pick either one.

Williamspro Zero Powder Bronzer $35
This is a really lovely, natural looking matte bronzer for lighter skin tones but it does lack a bit of oomph in the pigment department so if you have warmer tanned skin or want a defined contour, this maybe isn't the one for you. Formulated with organic powders and clay, it gives a really natural, blended bronze look to the skin. You could also use this all over the face and body to bronze up a little because of the really natural matte finish. Also, like the other Zero Powders, it is very finely milled, high quality and long lasting.

Left to Right: Fragrance Free, Original and Bronzer.
Williamspro Retractable Travel Brush $18
I really wanted a good retractable kabuki brush so I was really happy to receive one in this pack, especially since I was about to pay more than $18 for the Real Techniques one! I was so impressed by this brush, especially considering it is under 20 bucks. It is super soft, dense and doesn't shed at all. It is also the perfect size for portability but still gives you enough brush to really nicely buff in powder to the whole face. Seriously, if you are looking for a retractable face brush give the Real Techniques a miss (it is not as nice anyway!) and get this one. I happily would have paid $18 for it if I had not received it as a prize!

I honestly love these, especially the translucent powders and the retractable brush. It really says something when I have been reaching for these just as much as my very expensive (but utterly beautiful and 100% worth it) Chanel loose powder! I probably wouldn't recommend the bronzer unless you were looking for something subtle, but it is still lovely. Have you tried the Williamspro Zero Powders yet? Will you be ordering some after reading this review? Let me know in the comments below.

Stay Rosy.
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