Here are our selections for Facial
Powders. Our face powders come in various forms. From loose powder to pressed, and even pressed in compacts. Our compact powders come in various forms as well, from with and without mirrors or applicators, to even eco-friendly compacts made from recycled material. Our face powders also come in various coverages such as light finish, medium cover and foundation coverage.
Samples are approximately 1/8th Teaspoon size packaged
in a mini zip lock baggie or small polycon recyclable jar. Some samples
may be smaller. They are designed for one or more uses depending upon
the product. They are not made for reselling. They are made for
individual use. These are not produced by the manufacturer, but only
through Natural Solutions. The size and price were determined by the
largest size container the manufacturer has available and evenly
proportioned. Please read our policies under Customer Service Desk as
not all items are returnable. Every person's skin is unique, and as
with all cosmetics we recommend that a person apply a small amount of
the product to the inner wrist for 1-2 days before applying elsewhere to
ensure comfort and compatibility. We encourage everyone to read the
ingredient labels carefully to avoid allergens.
and Gluten Free Selections
Mineral Oil, Parabens, GMO Ingredients, Synthetic Dyes & Fragrances,
- Some are certified
organic by the Organic Food Chain of Australia!
FACE POWDER APPLICATIONS
LADIES WITH RED TONES
For many, covering problem areas have been
just that, a problem. Earths Beauty is trying to meet the challenge. They've developed a corrective green face
powder. Now a shade like this has been known to even out red tones, but is it
enough in a powder? Ladies, experiment with this if you have problems with
rosacea, broken capillaries and such. Just try one sample. Mix it with your
concealer maybe, apply it alone or on top of your foundation. I do not have this
problem and I'd like to see how this shade can be beneficial. If this is not enough, try using the Beauty Wise Concealer Powders. A yellow base could neutrlise the redness.
BEAUTY TIPS ON POWDER
The most important trick in using powder is
knowing when to use it. Powder-based products should always be applied after
you've finished applying your liquid or cream foundation makeup. In order, you
should apply foundation, concealer, rouge (cream blush), then face powder. If
your using a powder blush, you'd put the face powder on first, then apply the
blush. This saves you from having to retouch your blusher ladies. Face powder
sets everything. It gives you a smooth, matte finish. There are loose and
pressed powders available. Loose powder is easier to apply, but for the 'Girl on
the Run', you will probably want a pressed to run with you! Its easier to do the
touch ups. Face powders that are translucent won't change the color of your
complexion, but they aren't colorless. To choose a shade wisely, consider your
foundation color. We recommend samples as it's your only way to know your
getting the right shade. The best way to apply loose powder is with a big,
fluffy brush. We have a wonderful hardwood handle brush that I absolutely love.
Fluff the bristles on the back of your hand before dipping into the powder. Now
dip the top into it and gently tap off the excess. Start in the middle of the
face and work down in the same direction of your facial hair. Repeat this
process on your forehead and then brush off the excess. An eyebrow brush is
great for the brow area! You can also apply loose face powder with a sponge.
That gives you a more porcelain-like finish. Its great for the T-Zone, or those
with more than enough oil for themselves!! You'll want to press the sponge into
the product, squeeze the sponge tight so the powder doesn't come off, then apply
it to your face one section at a time. You can buff off the excess using a large
powder brush. You'll follow the same guidelines in applying the product as
mentioned before. During the day you'll probably want to carry a pressed powder.
Make sure you blot your face to remove any surface oil, then apply the powder as
needed. For those with contacts, always be careful to avoid the eye area. You
don't want any particles ripping your contacts! I hope this was helpful to those
who are just beginning to wear makeup again. Please give me some feedback to
what you've read and how its helped you..
Beauty Advice Came from
the following books: Inside Beauty, Articles from Magazines