“Powder foundation” evens the skin color by applying coloured powder to the skin with a puff or brush. There are two main types: the pressed type, which is pressed into a tangible form, and the loose type, which contains a particulate foundation in a container. The presto type is convenient to carry and is also suitable for redressing. The loose type has a light finish and is characterized by less strain on the skin.
The biggest attraction of powder foundation is its smooth feel. It is recommended for those who are concerned about the stickiness that tends to occur with a liquid cream cushion foundation. Also, since it is spread with a puff or brush, it is less likely to make thick coating mistakes, making it suitable for beginners.
Mat type-(texture of the finish)
We recommend the powder foundation that gives a matte finish for those who tend to get shiny in the T zone, such as the nose and forehead. The matte type has a doll-like ceramic skin with less gloss, so you can make up without making the shine stand out. Another feature of the mat type is that many of them have high coverage. Lastly, it is beneficial if you want to make a formal impression on finishing.
The semi-matte type gives you the best of both lusters and matte. It features a foggy finish that combines a slight lusters with elegant matte skin. Produces smooth, fluffy marshmallow skin, giving it a feminine or handsome look.
It is easier to use for various skin types, and it is also attractive that it has both covering power and a natural feeling. This type is perfect for those who want to enjoy the smoothness of powder foundation.
Type with pearl
It also recommended for those who are concerned about the powdery finish peculiar to powder foundations. The luster of pearls makes your skin look moisturized. Since it gives a three-dimensional effect to the face, you can make it up to give a clean impression.