Youngblood Loose Mineral Foundation Review

Youngblood Loose Mineral Foundation
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And I've tried many over the last few years, including Jane Iredale (pressed and loose powder), Bare Minerals, Sheer Cover, AfterGlow, and PUR. While the other products are decent (PUR was the only exception. I didn't care for it at all), Youngblood's powder foundation is a standout in all's silky, applies easily, the colors are fantastic and varied, coverage lasts and lasts, and it doesn't get cakey if applied correctly - even with reapplication.
Finding a match was a breeze, as they offer low-cost samples - - an excellent way to experiment with different shades without breaking the bank. Packages arrive quickly, too.
I have developed a special way with loose powder foundations to make them last twice as long, reduce that masky look you can get when reapplying product, control shine, and most importantly, customize the exact level of coverage and color I put on my face: I mix with about an equal amount of good face powder such as CornSilk (my all-time fave - bar none), then split up the now-doubled product into 2 for home, and one to take in my purse for touch ups.
The 1:1 ratio works great with my particular oily skin, but can be customize for anyone simply by adjusting the ratios. Just keep in mind, all powder foundations perform their best when skin has been properly exfoliated, moisturized, and all moisturizers have sunk in completely so skin isn't wet when you start to apply the powder.
One more suggestion: DO NOT use a cheap brush, like that uncomfortable, scratchy thing Sheer Cover sends out. The product won't blend as nicely, either. The absolute best brush I've found: Jane Iredale's The Handy. Indispensable, luxurious, and worth every cent!
Youngblood has a fantastic product - - Highly recommended!

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