Jane Iredale Amazing Base Mineral Makeup vs PurePressed - Which is best?

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I recently compared Jane Iredale Amazing Base and PurePressed, and I am completely impressed with the Amazing Base loose powder. I've been a fan PurePressed before, but absolutely loose powder version of my cake!

In particular, the base of the amazing finish to a nice sheen to it. While my skin tends to be on the oily side, loose powder works on my skin and gives it a nice, healthy glow. PurePressed is more opaque, which at first seems a good thing but sometimes it looks a bit chalky. And when it mixes with the oil on my skin, it is extra shiny - a bit less natural than I want. Most of our girls, I think the key is to always get that "natural" no makeup "look. Anything that achieves that is the holy grail of the future set.

Second, the company remains the same on your face all day! I have just set-ups in the middle of the day. A very small amount covers well, it looks natural on the skin and does not break me out or cause cysts.

Note: Color is also very different. If you are switching between two amazing statistics is usually about two shades darker than PurePressed.

Amazing Base Application Tips:

1) When you first put it on, it is necessary to wait about 15 minutes, mixed with skin oils. If you are not patient with this step, it can really mess up the other layers and touch-ups you do.

2) a light application must - otherwise it will look like cake and heavy. You need very little coverage in the appropriate mineral powder.

3) the right to use the brush. I can not stress this point enough. The powder will not collect or properly applied, if you think that you can use anything!

This is just the basic do's are required to prevent the disaster with great makeup base. How it works wonders for your skin in particular will be a little more work.

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