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No oven required.
"Baking" holds an entirely different meaning in the beauty world. It doesn't require an actual oven or flour, but it does require you to cook something—that something being your makeup. Difference is, you technically don't need kitchen skills to do it. Baking
If the pros love it, you will, too!
Creating a bulletproof look on oily skin is serious business. You can't just apply any product and call it a day, because if you do, you could end up with a full face of grease and melted makeup after a few hours.
Because powder isn't just for oily skin!
Gone are the days when powdering your face meant a photo-unfriendly white cast. With our current pool of options, we can choose among products with different shades, finishes, and functions, because setting powder is no longer just for mattifying your skin anymore.
Powder is the best product to use to set makeup and soak up oil. The tricky part is to find the right one that won't get cakey or settle into fine lines and large pores. That's where the list below comes in,
You can use it on eyes, lips, and hair!
To label something as a bag essential, it has to prove itself useful for different occasions. And such is the case of face powder, which btw, is not only effective for blotting away shine. Here are five alternative uses for this powerhouse
For a budge-proof, airbrushed look.
Setting sprays might be all the rage right now, but setting powders are still king for helping makeup last longer. They don’t run out quickly, are easier to apply to specific areas, and have a longer lasting effect. The only real struggle