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Gives the most thorough powder coverage. Use a puff to give your face the most matte layer. Use a brush to achieve a lighter, more blended layer.
Sprinkle loose powder onto a clean, flat surface like a tissue or a mirror. Then dip the brush in this, instead of the container, to get the right amount on the brush and control spill.
To avoid getting powder in your eye, separate a double-ply tissue, place one ply over closed eyes, and powder.
For the thickest coverage, apply loose powder with a CoverGirl Sponge Wedge.
For a reflective, luminous nighttime effect, add a touch of Eye Enhancers 1-Kit Shadow in Champagne to powder and mix.
Doesn't deliver the intensity of loose powder, but is much more versatile. Toss a pressed powder compact in your purse or pack for midday touch-ups.
Clean Up Crew:
If you apply pressed powder with a puff, replace it regularly. If you use a brush, wash it frequently (learn how here). Just remember to keep it clean-with continuous use, oils build up which can affect your finished look.
Make It Last:
Moisture and humidity can cause clumping and caking of pressed powder. Don't keep yours in the bathroom.
Attack mid-day oiliness with pressed powder by blotting shiny areas with a tissue first to avoid a cakey finish and an oily puff.
Easy Breezy Style:
On casual days, when you want to go without foundation, a little pressed powder helps make your skin look more flawless and helps keep the shine away.
A creamy foundation formula that looks like a pressed powder compact.
Liquid Powder gives buildable, blendable coverage with a soft, powdery finish.