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Picture from Top Left Clockwise: Burberry Sheer Luminous Pressed Powder ($45 for 10g) MAC Select Sheer Pressed Powder ($23 for 12g) Becca Fine Pressed Powder ($42 for 10g) Dior DiorSkin Forever Wear-Extending Invisible Retouch Powder ($42 for 12g)
Bottom Line: If you want a good setting powder that`s affordable, then the MAC Select Sheer powder is for you. If you have a bigger budget, then I recommend getting the Dior setting powder, which is the most mattifying powder of the bunch. It works especially well with foundations that have a natural finish because it keeps the oils at bay, while still maintaining a natural look. The Burberry Sheer powder is more ideal for setting matte foundations because it`s not overly mattifying to the point that it would dry out your face. It just takes the shine away and leaves a soft, natural finish to the skin. Those with dry skin will find the Becca powder to be a more suitable option since it won`t accentuate dry patches or dry out the skin even further.
Question: What do you use to set your makeup? Check out this
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