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Bianca Andrade divides opinions when comparing loose powder with compact powder
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Recently, beauty content creator and businesswoman, Bianca Andrade, started a discussion on her Instagram about the practicality of using loose and compact powder in makeup.

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The owner of Boca Rosa Beauty comments that the loose powder ends up making “mess” and “dirt” when applied, which would be more work and take more time on a daily basis, see the video.


Bianca's post on reels (Reproduction/Instagram/Bianca)


The influencer's followers debate that this sudden positioning could be a marketing strategy for a possible launch, as Bianca's own makeup brand has a loose powder that is highly acclaimed by users.

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Also a businesswoman and influencer, Mari Maria da brand Mari Maria Makeup, She took the opportunity to give her point of view, but opposing Bianca, Mari spoke about the difficulties of using compact powder when finishing makeup.


Mari Maria defends loose powder (Reproduction/Instagram/marimariamakeup)


Understand the difference when choosing

The difference between loose powder and compact powder is mainly in the presentation and texture of the product.

Loose powder or loose powder, It has a lighter and finer texture. It is generally applied with a brush or soft sponge, ideal for sealing makeup and providing a natural finish. Due to its light texture, it is great for preventing product build-up on the skin. Among the techniques for using this product is O “baking”, where a generous amount of loose powder is applied to specific areas to set the concealer and create a longer-lasting finish. It is also excellent for oily skin, as it helps control shine throughout the day.

The compact powder (pressed powder), is also theapplied with a sponge or brush, providing more coverage. Its difference is that it is denser and easier to carry and apply anywhere, making it ideal for touch-ups throughout the day. It's great for adding extra coverage to foundation and evening out skin texture. Normally seem in packaging with mirrors and sponges, facilitating application outside the home.

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Both types of powder have similar functions, such as mattifying the skin and setting makeup, but choosing between one and the other depends on personal preferences and specific skin and lifestyle needs.

Featured Photo: Bianca Andrade, owner of the Boca Rosa brand (Reproduction/Eme Azevedo)


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