We all know that Jaclyn Hill is queen of serving face all day and teaching you how to do the same. When it comes to true beauty hacks it’s all about that final layer that keeps things looking fresh and in place all day long. From her just-launched radiant setting powder, the blurred-out translucent setting powder, and the under eye brightening product influencers are forever posting about, here’s all you need to know about the powder products your beauty routine needs.
POWDER MOVE LOOSE SETTING POWDER
Jaclyn Hill’s Powder Move Loose Setting Powder comes in six flexible shades for that blurred and smoothed-out look of real skin. Besides delivering a subtle radiance and setting your makeup as well, this formula is packed with good-for-skin ingredients like squalane to help lock in moisture while a key amino acid and aloe deliver a silky feel while calming your skin.
It’s also so simple to use – just apply the loose powder all over your face with a large fluffy brush after finishing your complexion products. If you’re looking to up the sun-kissed factor, use a shade deeper as a makeshift bronzer or as a face contour.
BAKE & BRIGHTEN UNDER EYE POWDER
If you’re looking for that snatched under eye look, Jaclyn Hill’s Bake & Brighten Under Eye Powder is the one. In five color-neutralizing shades, this lightweight powder counteracts under eye imperfections and sets your concealer without creasing for a totally flawless look. It’s also infused with rich shea butter and smoothing banana flower to lock in moisture.
You can also really personalize your makeup application technique – keep it simple by gently pressing the powder in with a beauty sponge or dense brush, or bake it till you make it by applying a generous layer to your still-damp concealer, leaving it on for 5-10 minutes, then lightly dusting off with a fluffy brush.
LAST ACT TRANSLUCENT SETTING POWDER
This super-fine setting powder from Jaclyn Hill is translucent and silky smooth for a flawless finish. The formula is infused with subtle pearl pigments to give a soft blurring effect that sweeps over makeup without disturbing all your hard work. Because it’s pressed, you can set your look with maximum precision and minimal fall-out. So good for diffusing harsh lines or if you over-do it on the blush or bronze, too!
The best way to apply this is by swirling a medium or large fluffy brush into the pan and then sweeping it all over your face. If you liked to press rather than sweep, get out that dry beauty sponge.