Dealing with Loose Face PowderI have found an easy way to deal with loose facial powder. I put it in a clean saltshaker, and that way I can sprinkle it onto a powder puff and apply to my face with little waste.
Getting the Most Out of Face PowderFor all of us who use loose powder this is a good one. Store your powder in a salt shaker to make it last longer...
Using Up Face PowderTo be able to use up solid face powder when just a little is left in the compact and it's too expensive to throw out, do the following outdoors or where you won't mind a little powder blowing about when you open the blender...
Mix Powdered Make Up With VaselineSaw a tip about mixing powdered blush/eyeshadow with lip balm to make it creamy, I use Vaseline and it works with that, too.
Loose or Compact Face Powder?Do you prefer loose face powder or compact face powder for touch ups during the day?
Beauty Tips for Using Contouring PowderI have found that using contouring powder as part of your make-up routine is tricky and can often look very obvious. The solution is to make sure your face completely dry after applying moisturizer, then apply the contouring powder first, followed by your mineral powder foundation.
Making Your Own Powder Puff?What are some alternatives to a powder puff, that I can find locally (without ordering from the net) or better yet some way to make one?
Does the Wind Remove Mineral Powder Makeup?I want to know how the bare mineral makeup sticks to the skin. It is a form of powder and powder just disappears off my skin the minute the wind picks up. Do you have to wear a moisturizer under it? I don't want to buy it unless I know it won't be a waste of my money.