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Powder: how to use it and the best for every need
Powder: how to use it and the best for every need

Do you know how powder is best used? We explain what it is for, with our selection of the best powders ever

What powder is used for and how to use it in the right way

The main function of the face powder is that of secure makeup, especially cream products such as foundation and concealer. Makes make-up more homogeneous and makes it last longer.

To have an impeccable result, the secret is to dose the quantity. Apply a little powder at a time, preferably with a brush with soft bristles, dabbing gently so as not to drag the underlying product away.

Depending on your needs, there are various types of powders with different functions.

There transparent powder it is colorless and suitable for all skin types, it does not alter the make-up and gives a natural and "invisible" result. With flash light it can create a nasty flashback effect.

There mattifying powder keeps oiliness at bay and gives a matte finish. Some can be very dry and chalky if you overdo the quantity.

Finally, there are the corrective powders, suitable for correcting the complexion and giving an illuminating effect.

We have chosen for you the best ever.

Caron La Poudre

Produced for more than a century, it is the face powder par excellence, a symbol of all Parisian excellence and craftsmanship. It has an unmistakable Bulgarian rose scent and a silky and impalpable texture, suitable for the most sensitive skin.

Cipria Caron

T. Leclerc Poudre Libre

The most famous among the corrective powders, it gives coverage by unifying the complexion while remaining impalpable. It is currently available in 14 colors, including the famous Banane.

Cipria T.Leclerc

Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Powder

The first powder created for the needs of professionals who work with high definition technology. Completely transparent, it has a smoothing effect and minimizes imperfections. It has now been adapted for 4k technology.

Cipria Make Up For Ever

Laura Mercier Loose Setting Powder Translucent

The perfect powder to fix make-up making it stay flawless for a long time. It does not mark the lines of expression and makes the skin velvety, with a natural and luminous finish.

Cipria Laura Mercier

Clinique Blended Face Powder and Brush

The ideal powder for problematic skin that needs a face foundation to rely on all day. Minimizes enlarged pores without the plaster effect.

Cipria Clinique

Hourglass Ambient Lighting Powder

Finishing powder that recreates the effect of six different types of light on the face, illuminating and perfecting the face like an Instagram filter. Corrects imperfections and discolorations with a luminous finish.

Cipria Hourglass

Ben Nye Banana Luxury Powder

The most popular for those who use corrective makeup à la Kim Kardashian. Used in areas that you want to highlight, such as the triangle under the eyes. Illuminates while remaining opaque.

Cipria Ben Nye

MAC Cosmetics Studio Fix Perfecting Powder

Sets the make-up and keeps the shiny effect at bay, thanks to the matte finish. The impalpable and very light texture remains invisible on the skin, without creating a layer.

Cipria MAC Cosmetics

By Terry Hyaluronic Hydra-Powder

Designed for all dry skin that is often forced to give up powder. It has a moisturizing power thanks to the formula with hyaluronic acid. It does not mark wrinkles and gives a fresher look.

Cipria By Terry

Too Faced Primed & Poreless Powder

A transparent powder that can also be used under the foundation, as a primer. It keeps oiliness under control and makes pores less visible.

Cipria Too Faced

Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder

An excellent low cost powder perfect to keep in your bag for touch-ups. Provides a long-lasting matte effect, without being heavy or chalky.

Cipria Rimmel

Nars Light Reflecting Loose Setting Powder

Transparent and suitable for all skin tones, it does not alter the color of the foundation but gives a soft focus effect minimizing imperfections, thanks to the ability to adapt to different light conditions.

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