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Nude by Nature Radiant Loose Powder Foundation is a fragrance-free, loose mineral powder foundation that delivers sheer to full coverage with a satin radiant finish. The feather-light formula adapts naturally to skin tones, evens out complexion, covers redness and pigmentation, and conceals enlarged pores. It also controls oil and shine, has skin nourishing ingredients and non-drying formula.
The loose powder foundation is composed of performing active natural ingredients including the native Australian Kakadu Plum, known for its abundant Vitamin C content, Jojoba Esters to nourish the skin and Kaolin Clay for a radiant flawless complexion.
I rarely gravitate towards loose powder foundations mainly because I prefer a medium to full coverage and loose powder foundations always seems to be a little on the light coverage side. The only time I use a light coverage (powder, pressed, or liquid) foundation or a bb/cc cream is whenever my skin is as clear as a clear blue sky.
Nude by Nature Loose Powder Foundations provided a medium but buildable coverage, it was super lightweight on the skin and left it looking and feeling radiantly smooth. The foundation evened out my complexion and semi covered my pigmentation and redness. My pores could still be seen but they were not clearly visible – which gave that no-makeup makeup aesthetics. There were no shine or oiliness on my skin and the foundation stayed on all day.
If you’re looking for a completely full coverage loose powder foundation, this isn’t for you. However, if you’re looking for either a light to medium or even an almost full coverage, Nude by Nature Loose Powder Foundation may be of your interest. This lightweight foundation really provides that no-makeup makeup healthy glow.
What are your thoughts on Nude by Nature Radiant Loose Powder Foundation? Have you tried any products from Nude by Nature? What is your preferred type of foundation (i.e., loose powder, pressed powder, liquid)?