Do you feel your mineral powder foundation dries or streaks your skin?
There's a reason:
Investigate the ingredients in your mineral powder foundation. The reason is use of cheap fillers which dilutes minerals.
Among cheap fillers are rice flower, corn flower and talc.
Once mineral powder foundation has been diluted it will not cover skin well. You'll notice streaks and you do not feel you cover imperfections.
Often you are told you need a primer makeup product under your mineral powder foundation. Or they say you need a finisher or vail to finish (to cover) off your mineral makeup.
You do not NEED two or three products. One mineral powder foundation is enough.
Skin is covered with 100% pure minerals.
Side note on talc:
Talc is very drying on skin. On dry skin, talc will dry out skin even more. You'll feel a dry powdery cakey look. Streaks and patches show on skin.
Talc is an overlooked ingredient in makeup. You find talc in makeup and most liquid foundations, even some mineral powder foundations.
Talc is used because it's a cheap filler in makeup. Look on the label and you'll find talc. Usually first ingredients on label.
You do not find cheap fillers or talc in Organic Make dark mineral powder foundation.
Covers skin naturally with creamy satin finish.
Apply in the morning and remove at night. Looking not much different to how it did in the morning. No touch ups needed throughout they day.
One one product is enough. Very sustainable.
It's definitely long lasting.
100% pure natural ingredients.
You cover skin by buffing more or less of mineral powder on skin.
Easy to apply every time.
Best for darker and tanned skin types. Also suitable for ethnic skin types.
How to apply dark mineral foundation
Application is super simple. Just tip a tiny amount of product into the lid of the container. Swirl the Kabuki Brush around in dark mineral powder. Tap excess powder off edge of the lid. Buff mineral powder on the skin using circular movements.
CI 77019 (Mica), CI 77891 (Titanium Dioxide), CI 77947 (Zinc Oxide), Kaolin (Clay)
May Contain +/- CI 77491, CI 77492, CI 77499 (Iron Oxides ), CI 77007 (Ultramarine Blue), CI 77861 (Tin Oxide)