I have an intense love affair with powders. Powder is probably the one item that I have the most of in my entire collection. As soon as I heard about the Beauty Bakerie Flour Setting Powder, I knew I had to add some to my collection and try them out. There were four colors launched, and I picked up three of the four: Translucent, Pink, and Yellow. I passed on Brown for obvious reasons. Find out how I like the powders by continuing to read below.
The Beauty Bakerie Four Setting Powder retails for $24 and contains 21 grams of product. It comes packaged in an adorable flour bag (get it? how cute can this get?) and housed in a clear jar with a copper toned lid. It has the typical sifter release inside. Three of the four powders are vegan (pink isn’t because of the ingredients needed to create the color, aka carmine) and each one serves a different purpose. You can buy one, buy two, three, or all four. It all just depends on your needs.
Translucent Flour – Setting Powder– a colorless powder to set makeup, control oil, give a doll-like appearance, and smooth any fine lines. I use it to bake my face on a daily basis, and since adding this to my rotation, I no longer need to touch up my face during the day.
Our vegan, Translucent HD Flour® Setting Powder allows you to set your foundation in place for a long day’s wear. This amazing, colorless formula puts the oily face battle to rest and leaves you with a luminescent glow. With an HD feature, it will smooth out and soften your complexion while reducing the appearance of fine lines and imperfections leaving you with a beautiful, matte finish.
Pink Flour – Setting Powder – I picked this up because I’m always on a mission to add more products to my brightening rotation. The only non-vegan powder out of the four, the pink will help brighten your face, and can double as a blush on pale complexions. For me, Pink will intensify too much if I use it directly over foundation or concealer, so I first set my face, and then mix a bit of Pink into my Translucent to cut the pink tone a bit. I then use my concoction to dust under my eyes, or bake gently with as well.
Our Pink HD Flour® Setting Powder allows you to set your foundation in place for a long day’s wear. It can brighten your complexion and double as a blush! You’re free to decide! With an HD feature, it will smooth out and soften your complexion while reducing the appearance of fine lines and imperfections.
Yellow Flour – Setting Powder – I picked this up to see if it would be a dupe for the Ben Nye Banana powder. It can help set makeup for medium warm skintones, it can be used under the eyes to brighten for medium-dark skintones, and it can warm up paler skintones as well. For me, being so pale, I have to cut the color as well with Translucent Flour or else it can be a bit too dark on me. If i dust it lightly across my skin after setting with Translucent, it will immediately give me a subtle warmth that it really pretty. It will also help relieve redness from the skin. If you are someone who loves doing the Wayne Goss “powder before foundation” technique, this would be a great color to cut down on any redness and rosacea.
Our vegan, Yellow HD Flour® Setting Powder reduces redness and allows you to set your foundation in place for a long day’s wear. With an HD feature, it will smooth out and soften your complexion while reducing the appearance of fine lines and imperfections leaving you with a beautiful, matte finish.
While I don’t have Brown Flour – Setting Powder, I would think it would be perfect for setting foundation on darker skintones, and can probably be used as a loose bronzer for lighter skintones. I might just have to pick it up and try it as a bronzer in the summer months. I sometimes find a loose bronzer to be easier to use because I can sheer it out more, as well as lighten it when needed with a translucent powder like Translucent Flour.
I honestly love Translucent so much! I would say the most comparable powder that I have to it texture-wise are the Ben Nye powders, except none of the colors I have from Ben Nye match up to this. It is the perfect “shade” for me. It does appear to have color when first applied as a bake, but once you dust it off you notice that it doesn’t leave any color behind, only flawless coverage and smoothness.
Translucent Flour is restocked at the moment on Beauty Bakerie but I wouldn’t hesitate too long because it is a hot selling item and will sell out again soon. You can purchase any of the Beauty Bakerie Flour Setting Powder shades here: Flour Setting Powder, along with other amazing Beauty Bakerie items that you guys KNOW I just adore.
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