Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Review: Afterglow Cosmetics Swirler

While I have found some great mineral powders, my biggest challenge is finding a convenient way to use them as a makeup artist. They can sometimes be messy and hard to use in a sanitary way. It seems you almost need a separate work space to portion out a small amount of powder, with edges to swirl up what you need. Afterglow Cosmetics seems to understand this perfectly, as they created a swirler which a convenient and sanitary way to use mineral powders.

  • Separates for two swirling spaces
  • Great for makeup artists
  • Can be used as a travel case for powders
  • Broad surface is perfect for Kabuki brushes
  • Forms a nice seal
  • Affordable
  • May be hard to find in stores
This product provides a nice alternative to swirling up powders in a lid. It can easily be washed with soap and sanitized, making it a good choice for makeup artists. In my personal use, I often find my powders unwieldy, and this product provides a space to dump out a small amount and swirl it up, while it can be resealed, unlike a paper palette. While pressed powders tend to be the most convenient, they sometimes include extraneous ingredients to hold the powder together. If you love gentler loose powders but want a cleaner and more convenient way to apply them, this $5 swirler is a bargain.

Product Ratings (out of 5)


Disclosure notice: This product was sent to me free of charge by the manufacturer for review. No additional compensation was accepted and the opinions are my own. Please verify any claims with the manufacturer, especially if you have any allergies or concerns.

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