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No Color Translucent Loose Setting Powder

Setting Powder vs Finishing Powder

Setting powder goes on after the foundation to “set” the makeup so that it will last longer. The finishing goes on AFTER the setting. You probably aren’t going to go the extra step of using finishing powder unless you are getting photographed a lot. That is why it is sometimes referred to as HD powder because people being filmed in HD television quality need to have flawless skin due to the amount of detail seen.

Translucent Powder vs Skin Tone Powder

If you are trying to cover major spots or scars then you will want to use a powder that matches your skin tone. Be careful because skin tone powders can look thick very easily especially when you do any type of reapplying.

Translucent powders will match any and all skin tones, you just have to make sure that you blend them properly. You don’t have to worry about retouching throughout the day because they will not add a lot of extra product to your skin. They do a great job at eliminating shine. These are going to be an all white powder.

Examples are:
RCMA no color powder
Laura mercier translucent loose setting powder
Ben Nye Neutral Setting Colorless Powder
ELF high definition powder
4k powder by

White Color Powder