Mary Lyrio


03/04/2015 17:52

    Currently the market offers a range of foundations with different consistency: liquid. mousse, powder and cream.    


    1 - LIQUID FOUNDATION - is the most common and versatile, being found in various formulations for each skin type. Depending on the consistency it can provide a transparent cover in full.




    2 - MOUSSE FOUNDATION - are creamy foundations with the consistency of a mousse, light and airada. Allowed build layers, but their coverage ranges from mild to medium. Does not offer full coverage. Suitable for dry and normal skin.    


    3 - FOUNDATION CREAMY - it is a foundation with a dense consistency. It is not very suitable to build layers, but has an average coverage. They are more suitable for dry and normal skin. In their formulations to contain a lot of moisturizer is not very suitable for oily skin.


    4 - FOUNDATION POWDER - It may appear in three ways

        4.1 - CREAMY POWDER 2 in 1 or PANCAKE - brings together in a single product foundation and powder. It was created by Sir Max Factor, a pioneer in makeup. The pancake provides great coverage covering the pores. It is a great choice for oily skin, because it hinders transpiration. In artistic make-up, there is a color version, called Chromacake.









        4.2 - POWDER COMPACT 2 IN 1 foundation and powder in one product. It has a light to medium coverage, leaving skin with a velvety appearance. It is suitable for all skin types, including oily because it retains skin oils. It can be used as a foundation or as a compact over a foundation light cover. The pancake needs to be moistened to use, since the compact foundation is used dry and does not need watering.




        4.3 - POWDER MINERAL - foundation in loose powder, fine, it offers light coverage, eliminates excess shine and has great attachment. It fits for all skin types, since the sensitive oil. It can be used neat or on top of the powder as a liquid foundation, offering greater conbertura.