Loose powder used to set liquid foundation/concealer so that makeup lasts longer and does not move around, or rub off of your skin. Typically used in the “baking” method of setting your foundation.

Loose powder is also used to help define contour lines – or create a “chiseled” makeup look. Loose powders can also be used to set heavy makeup looks, for these types of looks loose powder is applies with a powder puff.

Loose powders are more finely milled so they contain less oils, and are typically used on oily skin types to control the oil your face develops throughout the day.


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Ingredient Benefits


Essentially, it’s one of the many natural lipids your body produces to lubricate and protect your skin.

Vitamin E

Vitamin E helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health.


Finer & Silkier

Loose powder has a finer and silkier texture than pressed powder. It glides on easily and settles into fine lines and wrinkles without emphasizing them.

Glowing Look

Loose powder often contains mica, a type of silicate mineral that makes the skin look glowing. If you what to make your skin look younger, loose powder with a subtle glow can be great for you.

Easier to Match to Your Skin Tone

Your powder should match your skin tone, otherwise your face will look like a mask. Although both pressed and loose powders can be translucent (in other words, suitable for most complexions), it’s much easier to find a translucent loose powder that will give you a seamless, natural appearance. Of course, there are tinted loose powders as well, and most manufacturers offer a range of shades to match any skin tone

Great for Oily Skin

Pressed powder usually contains waxes or silicones that help it stay, well, pressed. Because of this, pressed powder can get a little cakey on oily or combination skin. Loose powder doesn’t contain such ingredients because it doesn’t need them, so it’s definitely a better choice for oily skin. In fact, it even absorbs excess oil and keeps the skin from getting greasy and shiny.

More Natural

As loose powder doesn’t need any additional ingredients for texture and stabilization, it is usually more natural than pressed powder. If you’re a fan of mineral makeup, you are more likely to find it in a loose powder rather than pressed.

Make-up Last Longer

Most loose powders are setting powders, which means that they are designed to set the makeup and make it last longer. A good loose powder will keep your make-up in place for hours without making it heavy or cakey.

Provides a Light Coverage

If you’re not a fan of heavy makeup and like to have as little product on your face as possible, loose powder is what you need. Due to its light and silky texture, it provides a lightweight coverage and allows to achieve an even and luminous finish.



Avoid picking too much

To avoid picking too much loose powder on your brush or puff, shake some powder into a container. You can use the top as a container.

Dip only the top

Dip your brush, puff or beauty, blender into powder but don’t pick too much of product. Make sure to dip only the top part of brush.

Remove excess

Remove excess product from the brush/puff by tapping the brush against the lid.

Circular movements

Buff the powder into the skin by circular movements. Start with the T-zone, then move to forehead and cheeks.

Clean brush

Use clean brush to remove excess product from the skin.


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