[Missha] – The Style Fitting Wear Powder Pact

As someone with combo skin, with a particularly oily T Zone, remaining shine free throughout the day is a unicorn goal. So when Q-Depot reached out to me and asked if I wanted to review a powder compact, which promised a silky (not oily) finish I leapt at the chance. The Missha style fitting wear powder pact is recommended for those looking for a light product, which results in a mattifying look. So ticks all my boxes!

For reference I’ve worn this on top of my Urban Decay naked foundation, Bobbie Brown foundation and Iope Cushion. I’ve also tried it a couple of times with my Etude House Cushion. So far it has played nicely with all three of these foundations. You can wear this product on its own, for very light coverage. But I prefer a medium coverage look, to hide my blemishes.

Missha The Style Fitting Wear Powder Pact


Talc, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Silica, Magnesium Myristate, Nylon-12, Barium Sulfate , Polymethyl Methacrylate, Butyloctyl Salicylate, Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate, Boron Nitride, Methyl Hydrogenated Rosinate, Dimethicone, Triethylhexanoin, Methicone, Iron Oxides, Triethoxycaprylylsilane, Chlorphenesin, Iron Oxides, Caprylyl glycol, Ethylhexylglycerin, Fragrance, Tropolone, Squalane, Honey Extract, Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Fruit Extract , Sambucus Nigra Flower Extract , Althaea Rosea Flower Extract , Hamamelis Virginiana (Witch Hazel) Extract, Hydrogenated Lecithin


The style fitting wear powder pact comes in a slim plastic case. It’s a simple, but classy packaging, which would fit into anyone’s handbags/vanity display without being distracting. Similar to most cushions/pacts this comes with a mirror, and the powder puff is kept on a separate plastic base, which flips up to reveal the powder underneath. This is handy for those, like me, looking to re-apply during the day without it being messy.


This is a pressed powder-type base product that claims to offer lightweight coverage, and smooth mattified look. The powder also offers SPF 25/PA++, and sebum controlling properties. While the SPF is a nice bonus, I wouldn’t rely on this powder alone to offer sun protection, as you won’t be applying enough for adequate protection.
Unlike loose powder type products, the pressed powder ensures you don’t end up spilling powder everywhere. I have found it more convenient for topping up during the day discretely while out and about.
It does not have a wide shade range, being available only in two colours, Light Beige and Natural Beige.


Wearing it on top of my Chanel liquid foundation.


This has been a welcome addition to my make up collection, and worked better than I had hoped for. I apply it as the last step in my make up routine, when I’m not using bronzer/highlighter. I’ve found that it helps to “set” my make up, making it last longer during the work day. It’s also adequate at controlling shine, though I have to top up at lunch and during the afternoon. I would say it’s a 2-3 hour control product on my most oily days.
I don’t find that it leaves a pale cast, and it doesn’t clump in the suspect places. But it is noticeable that I have put on powder on top of my foundation when you look closely. When I forgot to moisturise I did get dry patches on my chin. Though this was a combination of my foundation drying up as well.
One thing to point out is that I wait a minute or so for my foundation to dry before applying. As I find if I’m too impatient and apply straight away the powder clumps. Another negative is that the cushion does get dirty quite quickly, and I find cushions a pain to wash compared to brushes.
Overall I would recommend this product to my fellow oily-skinned folk who are looking for an alternative to oil blotting papers. The pressed powder form also makes it less messy to apply than other popular powders like the Innisfree no sebum powder. I don’t think it’s as effective though as controlling shine as the Innisfree.

Where to Buy?

I received this from Q-Depot, and you can find it here for $20, Q-Depot Missha Powder Pact. You can get 10% off with the below code.


  1. Oooo! I LOVE Missha products! I’m starting to run out of my powdered compact might try this one next!

    xo, Chloe // http://funinthecloset.com/coalition-la-spring-must-have-styles/

  2. I can’t seem to wear powder. Drys me no matter how much lotion I have on. 😂

  3. looks a good product. Thanks for the reviews

  4. Seems the shade is perfectly match with your skin.I also need to buy a compact powder pack for me.This review is helpful!

  5. Seems interesting powder that too with SPF! But they are not in India, so lemme wait:)

  6. I use bare minerals but am very oily sounds like a good idea for me. Thanks

  7. This is awesome. I’ve never been a make-up person so I never know what kind of foundation to invest in. I appreciate bloggers who do makeup reviews so I can get to know a product before I spend money on it!

  8. Wow so gorgeous! I really want to try this product.

  9. Looks like a great product! Thank you for making it easier fo us to make a choice!

  10. Thanks for sharing! It sounds like it works fairly well – so that’s awesome. I like the simple design of the packaging too.

  11. It’s great that this worked better than expected, that really is quite an oddity these days where most things seem to NOT work as expected! I am big fan of blotting papers and myself have not yet found a powder that works well for me.

  12. flawless!!! I love the no makeup, makeup look… I need to check this in stores if it’s available here… wish me luck

  13. it looks like a great product. And it certainly does look amazing on you. Oily skin can be such a pain sometimes.

  14. I have never heard of this product, but looks like amazing quality, Thanks for sharing your review.

  15. Never heard of this brand before but it looks great! Love the way it blends perfectly with your face!

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