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Originally Posted by stela I'm looking for a good face powder.Any rec? For a good all-over, works-for-everyone type of powder, I like Bare Escentuals Mineral Veil
But I have Perscriptives Traceless powder coming to me, so I'm hoping thats as good as it looks!

 
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Armani Micro-Fil Loose Powder, Laura Mercier's Transluscent Loose Powder & T. LeClerc's Loose Powder in Banane (yellow, but it acts as a transluscent).
 
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I love loose powders; right now I'm using L'Oreal's Hydra Perfect Powder if you're looking for something cheaper (I'm pretty sure it's $10 or less) and it works great. I also used to use a Prescriptives loose powder, I forget what it was called but it worked well too. The only loose powder I haven't liked is Clinique's Blended Loose Powder -- it was kind of oily for a loose powder and I didn't like how it blended.


 
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I haven't tried any high-end loose powders, but I do love Cornsilk Classic Translucent Loose Powder in No Color. It's a very finely milled loose powder that controls oil without looking chalky or cakey. It's like $5 at the drugstore. I like it so much I'm on my 2nd tub


 

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