It seems like every beauty guru has their own way of applying setting powder. Some swear by baking. Some like the brush. Some go old school with a powder puff. I decided to test each technique and compare them side by side to find the best way to apply setting powder….
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Best Way To Apply Setting Powder | Baking vs Brush vs Puff
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