Loose powder is the unsung hero sitting in your makeup kit that you often forget to use. Other than setting your makeup, keeping oil at bay and giving your skin a soft texture, loose powder can do a lot more. But a lot of women don’t even own a loose powder. Sigh! if only they knew of its uses!
If you are one of those women who think loose powder isn’t that important a product, we are about to change that thought for you. Because we’ve recognized the power of this makeup essential and so should you. Read on to find out how to use it to enhance your makeup.
Volumising mascara is great, but if you don’t have one, don’t apply several coats of regular mascara in hopes of getting fuller lashes. The only other way to get thicker, plumped-up lashes is by sprinkling some clear loose powder over your lashes between two coats of mascara to up your eye makeup game. Make sure the first coat is still a little wet when you sprinkle the loose powder to get the desired results.
Correct eyeshadow fall out
Most of us do our eye makeup after finishing our base, but eye shadow tends to fall out, especially when you are using powder-based products. Fret not, instead of doing your base again or piling more compact only to end up looking patchy, you can dust a layer of loose powder below each eye before starting your eye makeup. Once you are done simply dust it off using a fluffy brush.
Creamy lipsticks are all fun and games until it starts to smudge and feather. But guess what, loose powder can fix that too. Dust some loose powder on and around your lips, this will prevent feathering and also make your lip colour pop.
Tone down blush
The tricky part about using blush is not knowing when to stop. You think a little more won’t do any harm and before you know it, your cheeks end up looking unnatural AF! No need to redo your entire makeup, simply dust some loose powder over it to tone it down instantly!