Got a problem with your makeup not lasting? For anyone who wants to maintain their seamlessly-applied makeup base all day long, make sure to include and choose the right setting powder for your makeup routine.
What are setting powders for?
Depending on the formula, setting powders are formulated to help your foundation (base) last as long as an entire day all the while preventing it from caking or greasing up. You can also use setting powders to help even out your skin texture and diminish the appearance of imperfections.
We recommend adding these setting powders to your routine!
This mineral-based mattifying powder does well to double up as both a setting powder as well as a good finishing powder to lock your makeup in place. It comes in a variety of shades that can suit various skin tones, providing everyone a flawless, shine-free finish.
This award-winning, holy grail setting powder is well worth its reputation, especially if you have oilier skin. While its ultra-fine powder formula is suitable for most skin types, the powder is known for keeping your skin smooth and matte all day long without it ever looking cakey.
If you’re wondering how a setting powder can be creamy, the secret lies in its coconut and cocoa butter-infused formula.
Those two ingredients lend the powder a dry cream-like surface, and is made to keep your skin nourished and hydrated for a more radiant complexion. You’d still get a matte finish which helps your makeup stay fresh and healthy-looking for up to 8 hours.
For a velvet-matte look that is not too drying on the skin, give this formula a try which aims to achieve silky smooth blurring without any chalkiness or dryness. It is lightweight and comes in a translucent shade that is suitable for most skin types.
This powder option is infused with anti-aging ingredients such as collagen and antioxidant-rich vitamins A, C and E. All of that leads to a setting powder that not only creates an airbrushed complexion, but also help defend the skin from daily stressors, ultimately preventing premature aging.
It sounds unusual but it’s true; this setting powder actually contains 50% water and glycerin. The application will go onto the skin feeling cool when applied, and creates a mist-like sensation after. While it does help set your base makeup, it is not a true mattifying powder and is thus, suitable for those who want a more natural look.
With its variety of shades, this is an excellent option for tanned and richer skin tones that will not leave your skin looking chalky or ashy. The powder itself features a superfine, mattifying formula that locks your makeup and finish off with a shine-free look on your face.
Let this talc-free formula set your makeup beautifully and leave you with a long-lasting finish. It goes on translucent and contains light-reflecting particles that keep your complexion smooth without looking flat.
This lightweight loose setting powder is a good option for baking and setting your undereyes. It works to not settle into fine lines or uneven texture while keeping application feeling lightweight on the skin. The result is a soft matte effect which is given thanks to its light-diffusing technology.
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