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Natural Translucent Finishing Powder Recipe! Confused by makeup and cosmetic label ingredients? You're not alone! If you've been looking for an all natural finishing powder but don't want to pay big bucks for designer brands, then give my simple lightweight, natural translucent finishing powder recipe a try! You'll be amazed by how well it really works!

Natural Translucent Finishing Powder Recipe

August 20, 2013

Discover how to make a translucent finishing powder with this easy, natural makeup recipe! If you’re confused by makeup and cosmetic label ingredients, you’re not alone! Make the switch to clean beauty products with this all natural finishing powder. You’ll avoid paying big bucks for designer brands by making your own homemade makeup. Get my recipe for a s simple lightweight, natural translucent finishing powder below.

Natural Translucent Finishing Powder Recipe! Confused by makeup and cosmetic label ingredients? You're not alone! If you've been looking for an all natural finishing powder but don't want to pay big bucks for designer brands, then give my simple lightweight, natural translucent finishing powder recipe a try! You'll be amazed by how well it really works!

Clean Makeup: Easy Translucent Powder

Confused by makeup and cosmetic label ingredients? You’re not alone! If you’ve been looking for an all natural finishing powder but don’t want to pay big bucks for designer brands, then give my simple lightweight, natural translucent finishing powder recipe a try! You’ll be amazed by how well it really works!

This natural translucent finishing powder recipe goes on similar to a translucent fair pressed powder to help mattify shine and give your makeup a final touch. Apply over makeup and foundation or brush on alone for a natural look that helps to give the appearance of a more even skin tone.

What I really love about this natural translucent finishing powder recipe is both the simplicity and the use of flower and botanical powders from Mountain Rose Herbs. Chamomile flower powder is great for flaky skin and wrinkles and has long been prized for its soothing, anti-inflammatory benefits while lavender flower powder is also helpful in soothing irritated skin.

Rosehip powder, which is derived from the fruit of wild roses, naturally contains high levels of vitamin C as well as vitamins E, A, and D and is prized in skincare for its antioxidants and anti-aging properties.

Natural Translucent Finishing Powder Recipe! Confused by makeup and cosmetic label ingredients? You're not alone! If you've been looking for an all natural finishing powder but don't want to pay big bucks for designer brands, then give my simple lightweight, natural translucent finishing powder recipe a try! You'll be amazed by how well it really works!

Natural Translucent Finishing Powder Recipe

© Rebecca D. Dillon

Ingredients Needed to Make Finishing Powder:

These are the ingredients you will need to make this homemade finishing powder:

Supplies:

In addition to the natural botanicals and other ingredients called for in this makeup recipe, you’ll also need the following supplies and materials to create the finished product:

Natural Translucent Finishing Powder Recipe! Confused by makeup and cosmetic label ingredients? You're not alone! If you've been looking for an all natural finishing powder but don't want to pay big bucks for designer brands, then give my simple lightweight, natural translucent finishing powder recipe a try! You'll be amazed by how well it really works!

How to Make Translucent Powder

This natural translucent finishing powder recipe yields 3 jars each with approximately 1.25 oz. of product by weight. Here is how to make translucent powder using natural ingredients for your clean beauty regimen:

  1. Measure out the ingredients using and combine in a glass bowl or measuring cup.
  2. Use a fork to thoroughly blend all of the ingredients.
  3. Then evenly distribute the final powder among three containers.
  4. Use a digital scale to evenly weigh out the product for each jar by placing the jar on the scale, pressing tare, then adding 1.25 oz. of product to the jar.
  5. Repeat with all jar then cap tightly until ready to use.

How to Use Finishing Powder

To use your clean beauty finishing powder, simply dip a makeup brush into the powder. Then tap to remove excess. Brush onto face as desired.

This lovely pink DIY finishing powder gives skin a warm illuminating glow without unnecessary chemicals or preservatives.

If you like my natural translucent finishing powder recipe, then you may also like my DIY pink shimmer finishing powder. This lovely pink DIY finishing powder gives skin a warm illuminating glow without unnecessary chemicals or preservatives. You can find that recipe here.

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2 Comments

  • Kristin

    August 20, 2013 at 7:25 pm

    I love that you make your own beauty supplies. It’s scary the things that are put into brand products that people don’t even know about. I’ve only begun to scratch the surface on finding out, too.
    Many thanks for your post!
    K-

  • Kim @ 2justByou

    August 20, 2013 at 8:43 pm

    Ooooh…Great beauty recipe. I don’t know when I’ll be able to try it out, but hopefully it will be sometime soon.

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