Get that soft-focus glow for a practically flawless finish with Surratt Diaphane Loose Powder Cartridge, a powder refill cartridge designed to be used with Surratt Diaphane Loose Powder Compact.
Legendary makeup artist to the stars and former protégé of Kevyn Aucoin, Troy Surratt designed Diaphane Loose Powder to feel lightweight against the skin and to provide a soft-focus veil to help blur skin imperfections and hold makeup in place.
To use, simply sweep this finely milled translucent powder over the face for an airbrushed, long-lasting finish. The powder helps pores appear smaller, soaks up unwanted shine and leaves behind a blurred, gauzy finish.
- Designed to be used as a refill for Surratt Diaphane Loose Powder Compact
- Surratt’s space-saving packaging is lightweight, reusable and recyclable
- Use on the T-zone and other areas with unwanted shine
- Helps set makeup and minimise the appearance of pores
- Matte finish
Summary of Customer Ratings & Reviews
Skin Tone:: Medium
Not my favourite loose powder
I bought this loose powder cartridge to fit into the Surratt loose powder compact I had purchased. While it is handy to have loose powder in a compact, the powder itself is not one of my favourites. It is ok and applies quite well but I have used finer loose powders which give a more natural finish.
Skin Tone:: Medium
Handy powder with the lightest sheen
I bought this the other day after I lost my make-up bag, and after seeing really good results with the Surratt lipstick batons I was encouraged to try this. Not sure how to store it or whether I can keep it at home as I got the cartridge only and I wasn’t advised on how to store or whether there is an outer case to it. I’m keeping it in the original cardboard box for now but that’s rather inconvenient. Does the job very well without it being overly dry/ matte.
Age: Under 30
Recommends this product: Yes
After trying the matte version of the Surratt face powder, I bought the eclatant version a while ago for comparison. I cannot feel too much difference though, as they are really similar. The eclatant version is supposed to be more friendly to dry skin. I like both of them very much.