We picked out 7 of the most popular products and tested them for the following: how it looked on our skin and how functional the included tools were. Then, based on how they performed on our tests, we graded and ranked the top 7 Japanese face powders available online.
|Japanese||コスメデコルテ AQ MW フェイスパウダー|
|Product type||Loose powder|
|Japanese||SK-Ⅱフェイシャルトリートメント アドバンストプロテクト ルースパウダーUV|
|Product type||Loose powder|
|Product type||Pressed powder|
And why they didn't quite make it.
Canmake’s Marshmallow Face Powder makes your skin feel just like that – a smooth and fluffy marshmallow. We found it worked best when used as a finishing powder and for touch-ups throughout the day.
A couple of warnings though: its super fine texture may cause dryness for some people, and we’d recommend using a brush instead of the powder puff included since it tends to make application a bit cake-y.
What we liked most about Cezanne’s Urufuwa Finish Powder was its stylish case. We found its actual finishing powder features to be fairly average.
When we applied the product to the included powder puff, we found a lot of the powder stuck to the puff and made it hard to control how much product applied to your skin. Like Canmake’s Marshmallow Finishing Powder, we highly recommend using it with a brush.
Chacott’s Finishing Powder contains moisturizing ingredients that give it a leg up over other finishing powders. However, when too much is applied, you risk looking like you’ve applied way-too-heavy stage makeup. It also doesn’t include a powder puff, so you’ll have to purchase or use a tool separately.
Club’s Suppin Powder has a strong scent and a white finish that draws certain customers to using it, but we admit that it’s not for everyone. We also had a bit of trouble opening the case itself. If you’re sensitive to smell, we’d recommend staying away from this product.
First, we had three experts in the cosmetics field actually try on the face powders. They told us whether it felt too heavy and how well it blended into skin by giving it a grade from 1.0 to 5.0.
Our experts also tested how it felt to use the tools included. They checked to see how useful the container was and how easy the puff was to use. This was also graded on a scale from 1.0 to 5.0.
Here are three big things to look out for when picking the best Japanese face powder for you.
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We rounded up cosmetic experts, purchased the 7 most popular Japanese face powders, and tested them all.
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