Face Powder

Mattifying, cover, highlight, fix - whatever you want with our powders.


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OhMy Clear Face Powder - Photo 1
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Select color —  Light natural
Oh My Clear Face Powder
Smart Skin Compact Powder – Photo 1
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Select color —  Porcelain
Smart Skin Compact Powder


The purpose of face powder is to set and mattify makeup, providing a smooth and shine-free finish to the skin. It helps to lock foundation and concealer in place, increasing their longevity and preventing creasing. Face powder also absorbs excess oil, reducing shine and keeping the skin looking fresh throughout the day. Additionally, face powder can help to blur the appearance of pores and fine lines, creating a more refined and polished look.

Whether you need face powder or not depends on your skin type and makeup preferences. Face powder is beneficial for those with oily skin, as it helps to control excess oil and reduce shine throughout the day. It can also be useful for setting makeup and increasing its longevity. If you have dry skin, you may prefer to use a lightweight or luminous setting spray instead of traditional face powder to avoid a dry or cakey appearance. Ultimately, the choice to use face powder is a personal one, and you can decide based on your specific skin needs and desired makeup look.

Using powder on your face every day can be suitable for many people, especially those with oily skin who want to control excess shine. It helps to set makeup and increase its longevity, keeping it in place throughout the day. However, if you have dry or mature skin, excessive powder usage may accentuate dry patches or fine lines, making the skin appear dry.

The choice between pressed and loose powder depends on personal preference and specific makeup needs. Pressed powder is more portable and convenient for on-the-go touch-ups due to its compact form, making it a popular choice for travel or carrying in a purse. It also provides more controlled application as it is less likely to create a mess. On the other hand, loose powder can offer a more lightweight and natural finish, allowing the skin to breathe better. It is often favored for setting makeup, especially for those with dry or mature skin, as it tends to be less likely to emphasize dryness or settle into fine lines.

To apply face powder, start by choosing the right shade that matches your skin tone or is translucent. Use a large, fluffy powder brush to pick up a small amount of powder, tapping off any excess. Lightly dust the powder onto your face focusing on areas that tend to get oily or where you've applied foundation or concealer. Be sure to blend the powder well to avoid any visible lines or patches. If needed, you can also use a smaller brush to set and mattify specific areas, such as the under-eye area or T-zone.

Common areas to apply powder include the T-zone (forehead, nose, and chin) and the under-eye area. Use a large, fluffy powder brush to lightly dust the powder onto your face. Remember to set and mattify specific areas where needed, rather than applying powder all over the face if unnecessary.

The shelf life of face powder can vary depending on the formulation and storage conditions. Generally, loose and pressed face powders can last for about 1 to 2 years from the date of opening. However, over time, the effectiveness and texture of the powder may deteriorate, and it could become less smooth and more prone to clumping. To ensure the best performance and hygiene, it's essential to store face powder in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and to replace it if you notice any changes in texture, color, or smell. Always check the product's packaging for the "period after opening" (PAO) symbol, which indicates the recommended period of use after the product has been opened.

The best face powder for dry skin is one that provides a natural finish without emphasizing dry patches. Look for a powder with a finely milled and lightweight texture that won't feel heavy on the skin. Opt for a hydrating or luminous powder that contains ingredients like hyaluronic acid or oils to help retain moisture and give the skin a healthy glow. Translucent or sheer powders tend to work well on dry skin as they provide a light, setting effect without adding additional coverage. Avoid powders with a super matte or heavy coverage finish, as they may accentuate dryness and make the skin look cakey.

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