Our finely-milled, gluten-free, vegan, Oat (Translucent) and Cassava (Yellow) Flour Setting Powder allows you to set your concealer and foundation in place for a long day's wear.With an HD feature, it will noticeably blur your pores and soften your complexion leaving you with a beautiful, matte finish.Plus, the jar's lock mechanism prevents product from spilling out-so you can bake with every last bit! Whatever you do with a beauty sponge, you can do better with a Blending Egg! Blending Eggs will be your new favorite tool for eggs-traordinary cakin' that's hard to beat!Our Baking Spray has a 360° ultra-fine mist that helps your makeup stay in place as if it were just applied. Infused with a unique blend of Aloe and Ginger extract, working to keep skin looking smooth and filtered with its anti-aging properties. Lastly, our Head Baker In Charge wanted to add a pinch of vanilla to leave you craving a trip to your local pastry shop.
-Flour Setting Powder:
•Use one Flour shade to bake your foundation. All shades are tinted yet translucent so have no fear in going wrong. Use another shade to bake your concealer. This shade can be closest to the shade of your concealer which is normally 2 shades lighter than your foundation.
•We recommend using one blending egg sponge to apply liquid formulas and one blending egg sponge to apply powder formulas.
-Spray Your Grace Baking Spray:
•Spray 6 inches away from face, closing eyes. Both bare skin and full beats love this skin treat!
•Reapply throughout the day to refresh makeup, hydrate skin, or simply enjoy the sensorial experience of the ultrafine, bakery-scented continuous mist.
-Blending Egg Makeup Sponge:
•Use our Wake & Bake Oil to first hydrate the skin. Next, with a Blending Egg sponge reserved for your liquid products only, blend in Instabake 3-in-1 Concealer,applying one side at a time and blending quickly.
With a separate Blending Egg that you'll use for powder products, bake with Flour Setting Powder by pressing powder under eyes and on any shiny areas, then brushing off with a fluffy powder brush.