Mineral Powder Foundation
Mineral Foundations are light powder makeup foundations that even the skin, giving the appearance that fine lines, wrinkles and other blemishes disappear. Offers the coverage of a flowy foundation with the best comfort.
Layered coverage blends effortlessly with a brushstroke and provides a flawless image.
Its long-lasting formula, resistant to staining, does not disappear, remaining intact while controlling shine and offering a matte finish for oily skins.
Powder Foundation, Full Coverage with a No Makeup Look
This type of makeup base is a true skin perfector. They are great for sensitive skins. Most of them protect your face with SPF 25 or even 50 and diminishes the appearance of imperfections without drying skin out, giving you flawless coverage with a naturally luminous finish. In addition, this type of foundation is so pure that it won’t cause breakouts-even if your skin is acne-prone.
The Best Makeup Formula for Oily Skins & All Skin Types
If you’re someone with oily skin, finding a foundation that works for you can require a lot of patience.
Most liquid formulas turn into a swampy mess by the end of the day — no matter how oil-free they are. On the other hand, Powder foundations tend to work out better since they sop up oil and mattify the skin. In addition, loose powder foundations are more finely milled, so they contain fewer oils and are typically used on oily skin types to control the oil your face develops throughout the day.
What Are Mineral Powder Foundations Made of?
Most mineral powder foundations are made of Titanium Dioxide and Zinc Oxide that provide mineral-based SPF protection. Mica and Bismuth Oxychloride are among the top 5 ingredients in this foundation and are responsible for getting that luminous and silky finish look.
The Iron Oxides are clean, mineral-based pigments that make sure you get that natural-looking colour and coverage.
Make sure the brand you choose contains these minerals for a better makeup look and healthy skin.
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