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Why should we use a setting powder

How important is setting powders?

Designed to “set” or hold foundation in place, setting powders prevent base makeup from rubbing off and reduce shine for a long-lasting, flawless complexion. Available in two common forms – loose and pressed – setting powders can be translucent or slightly tinted to match skin tone.

Setting powder is applied after your foundation to combat shine and set makeup. The right formulation will create a smooth, undetectable finish over your foundation, making a dewy foundation more matte without over-drying it. So is it absolutely necessary to use a loose setting powder? Yes, if you're using wet makeup (liquid or cream foundation, BB cream, tinted moisturizer etc.)  The powder helps the wet makeup solidify and settle better, the way sand was used to dry up ink in handwritten letters.

Any foundation or concealer, anything too thin, too dry, or too moisturizing can call cause creasing. To help the creasing Have a loaded setting brush ready with loose setting powder. Pat in your concealer in with your fingertips, making sure there are no visible crease lines. Then, tap on some loose powder quickly and lightly over the area you've concealed. Sometimes you have to also to accept that some of us have natural creases under the eye. therefore they will come through any concealer or foundation. Makeup is not polyfiller. Apply too much is also one of the main causes. no matter how much you want to cover up, think about applying a corrector first and then the concealer. 

All you need is a little bit of setting powder. These magical beauty products work overtime to control oil and lock all your makeup in place for hours, and a great finishing powder will leave you with that coveted shine-free, flawless face you've been striving for.

Set with powder. No matter what type of concealer you use, your makeup will last longer with powder over it. Not a thick layer of powder (which can emphasize fine lines and dry spots on the face), just a soft dusting brushed on areas where you've applied foundation and concealer.

If you're new to using setting powder, it's important to choose the right shade. If your shade is too light, it will give you a ghostly appearance, while a shade that is too dark can make your foundation look streaked. For best results, your setting powder should match your foundation shade exactly.

 translucent powder has no color, so if you want to use face powder to help even your skin tone, you'll want to turn to a tinted option. These can help cancel out redness, dark circles, and other imperfections. Use tinted face powder…if you want extra coverage.

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