Best loose powders for oily skin of all time
Loose powder is an important part of our makeup routine specially for girls with oily skin. As loose powder control the oil to come through your foundation. Loose powder are aimed to lock the moisture of your skin or foundation and make your foundation last throughout the day.
Furthermore a good loose powder has more ability to stop the sebum production of absorb it so skin doesn’t look oily. Girls also use it to bake the under eye concealer which usually has creamy consistency.
There are so many loose powders available in market in which some of the loose powder are famous and well-loved. Every body has a skin type and a product work different on each skin type. Today I will discuss 4 loose powders that works best for my oily skin and big pores. I used to have acne so I also have a little bit texture on my skin. So I like the loose powder that don’t give any cakey or heavy look on my face. Two are drug store and two are high-end versions. They all work fine for oily skin so you can give them a try if you have my skin type issues.
Here are some my most loved loose powder of all time:
1-Meybelline Fit me loose powder:
This is my holy grail loose powder even better than high-end versions. I wish I had found it early. This powder is so fine that will help to fill the pores and smooth out the texture. this powder can also last for long and give an air blush look to the face.
RCMA no color loose powder:
Though they say it’s no color but still it leaves a little bit white cast on face. It is not so favourite but I also use it in regular routine as it also give face a smooth and air blush look. This powder can also absorb oil and my foundation last more than usual.
High end version:
3-Laura mercier loose setting powder:
This is another most hyped and raved product in beauty gurus. This raving is not wrong as this is actually a very good loose setting powder. Meybelline fit me loose powder is its closest dupe or better version some people say. I can say this is one of best loose powder I have ever use.
4-Chanel loose powder:
Well. This is on the bottom but it is on the top of the list as it is best of all. I haven’t heard many people talk about it but this powder is worth giving a try. One turn off point toward this loose powder is that it is crazily expensive. But still it make me buy it again because it looks flawless on skin and hide my pores like a champ. It doesn’t give any extra texture to my skin like some loose powder do. Make up can last forever on my skin with its application on top of the foundation.