Facial powders are increasingly becoming a dispensable product in makeup. Lighter, lush and shiny skins are on the rise, this is a fact, which is why these super matifying products are not at their peak.
However, I still think that some types of powders are worth the investment. I myself cannot give up this category of products, mainly in the region below the eyes where I apply enough concealer to hide dark circles.
The translucent versions, very thin and that do not add any color, are perfect to finish this area. In addition to sealing the concealer and making the make last longer, this type of product is ideal for taking in the bag and giving those little touches throughout the day.
With it you prevent the concealer from cracking or accumulating too much in the lines, and it also helps to give that hold on oiliness in the T zone – especially if you are in a hot region.
Currently, you find loose and compact powder versions. The first, and my favorite, leaves a lighter finish, however it has the disadvantage of making that dirt at the time of application. For everyday necessities it is better to invest in compact options that prevent small dust disasters throughout the bag ?
The application can also vary: for a more natural effect, nothing better than brushes, but sponges can also be used without problems!
WHERE TO FIND?
I made a selection of some of my favorite light powders! They have options in various formats and prices, but of course if you have any more suggestions, it’s worth leaving a comment below, ok?
1- Vult Translucent Loose Powder in Beauty on the Web – R $ 20.90
2- Translucent Powder InstaMatte Amarelê and Roselelê of Who Said, Berenice? – R $ 55.90 each
3- Benefit Porefessional Agent Zero Shine Transparent Powder at Sephora – R $ 165.00
4- Vichy Dermablend Fixative Powder at the Cosmetics Season – R $ 174.90
5- MAC Prep Prime Transparent Finishing Powder (loose or compact) – R $ 149.00 each