Set With Power
Once your face base of creams and liquids is blended out, it’s essential to set your work with a dusting of powder — especially underneath your eyes. This step helps prevent your makeup from creasing into your fine lines later on throughout the day.
If a shade of setting powder several hues lighter than your complexion is used, this step can also help highlight specific areas of your face to give you a more “sculpted” look overall.
The photo above is an excellent representation of the five shades Beauty Bakerie carries in its Flour Setting Powder ($24), where you might choose to place it on the face, and how it’ll look before you dust off any excess.