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Re: Face Powder - do you use pressed or loose powd [Re: M o e] #466273
11/06/08 10:58 PM
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When I was younger I used loose powder and found it was much better for my skin and I was able to achieve better coverage and a more natural look. I do not use any liquid or powder make up now that I am older - I prefer the natural look and like to allow my skin to breath. I think maybe using the loose powder for so many years helped my skin to stay healthier because it was easier to clean off at night.


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Re: Face Powder - do you use pressed or loose powd [Re: Phyllis Doyle Burns] #466798
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I use liquid mineral make up and pressed mineral powder applied with a really soft fluffy brush. ( I love the brush! ) The powder is usually just in the summer. In the winter I use a moisture spray over my makeup.

Re: Face Powder - do you use pressed or loose powd [Re: M o e] #467074
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I use pressed powder ontop of my foundation. I have only used loose a few times. Pressed is easier and more convenient for myself to use

Re: Face Powder - do you use pressed or loose powder? [Re: Jilly] #468105
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I use bare minerals, that stuff works good

Re: Face Powder - do you use pressed or loose powder? [Re: JRover] #468112
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I use the bare minerals as well. The mineral veil, Fairly Light and Warmth are the other covers I use.

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Re: Face Powder - do you use pressed or loose powder? [Re: Helen Doll Making Editor] #472408
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The application process for pressed powder is the same as loose, only it is a bit easier and quicker. Just run your powder puff or sponge over the powder and apply to face. No special taps, tricks, or tilts necessary.I use it


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Re: Face Powder - do you use pressed or loose powder? [Re: Digitoko] #472587
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It's true that pressed powder is just as easy to apply as loose powder when you are using a brush! Great reminder. :-)

Re: Face Powder - do you use pressed or loose powder? [Re: Jilly] #473322
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I like loose powder it feels less stiff to me.

Re: Face Powder - do you use pressed or loose powder? [Re: ScottyGirl] #474206
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I recently returned to loose powder. I get to sample many products, because I own a cosmetics e-boutique. I was very impressed with the Cinema Secrets Loose Setting Powder(Ultralucent).

I thought loose powder was like for grandmothers. This is not your granny's loose powder. It blends easily and lasts for a longtime.

I am African American, so not looking like a zombie was a primary concern. I truly looked like an A-list actress. I had instant compliments.

It is one of the best selling products at SadittyBoutique. I use Rich Tan. I am pretty devoted to this product.

Re: Face Powder - do you use pressed or loose powder? [Re: Saditty] #478362
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Oh really i used loose powders... but now i think i should use pressed powders.......


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