Try stretching out a cotton ball to fit. It will keep the powder from over sifting.
answered 3 years, 7 months ago
If you don't apply powder with a puff, i wouldn't worry about putting on in the jar. If there was a powder puff that fit this jar, it would likely absorb or "eat" the powder you put in the jar. Before open the jar up to touch up my face, a shake it a little bit and let the powder fall through the little holes in the sifter, then i dip a powder brush into it.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
The jar is big enough to hold a lot of powder, but the actual circumference of the opening is too small for most little compact applicator sponges. My suggestion if you really want to fit something in there, would be to buy some cheap little round sponges from Sephora Collection and cut them into a smaller circle so it'll fit (with clean scissors, of course).
Honestly though, a lot of powder gets trapped in the very top of it because you have to really work to sift the powder down into the main compartment. I think it would make the sponge really messy. You could just get a brush that has a plastic protector to go over it (like Sephora's I.T. brushes) so that it can be easy to throw in your purse after using (when you put the plastic cap on it it'll help protect your purse from powder coming off of your brush). Good luck!
I've found that even if the powder spills inside, you can still shake it down back through the holes so you only use what you need. I've never had it spill out and there isn't much that comes up through the holes anyway.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
I have not seen a small powder puff. I use the cotton pads that look like cotton balls. Those work best and are disposible.
answered 4 years, 5 months ago
Try putting a large sticker over the top of the sifter part instead. This usually keeps the powder in place. I usually sprinkle a little powder across the sticky part of the sticker first so that it will easily peel off later.
answered 4 years, 9 months ago
I use a mini kabuki brush because it distributes the powder for a natural look.
answered 4 years, 11 months ago
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