The beauty of mineral powder is that you can apply it in a variety of ways, and the result will likely be a product that will provide a nice, luminous finish for your skin.
The best thing about mineral powder?
The ingredients are so versatile.
You can add it to foundation, contouring, or powder, and even apply it to your hands, and you can even use it as a mask!
How do I use mineral powder in my skincares?
You can use mineral powdings in your routine using two things: a base and a powder.
The base of a mineral powder product will contain ingredients such as glycerin and titanium dioxide.
The glycerins in a mineral product are called glycerides, and they are typically made from a variety that includes aloe vera, jojoba, and avocado oil.
The titanium dioxide, which is often found in a powder, is called titanium dioxide emulsions.
Glycerin in a base is usually the same as a liquid foundation, but it can be made from cocoa butter, soy wax, or coconut oil.
For a base, the ingredients that make up the base are usually: acrylic acid, water, and glycerine The base of the mineral powder products is often made up of two parts: the base coat and the powder coat.
You’ll want to use the base of your base product, since it contains the ingredients you need for a mineral base, and then apply the powder product on top of that.
For example, if you want to make a base that includes zinc oxide, you can use zinc oxide powder as a base.
You’ll probably also want to do your base first, since you want your base to have a luminous, matte finish.
For the base, you’ll need: polyester, acrylic, and acrylic acid