FINISHING POWDER (by volume, not weight)
3 tbsp treated serecite
1 tsp micronospheres
1/5 tsp or 6 scoops calcium carbonate or kaolin clay (for oil control, optional)
1/5 tsp or 6 scoops powdered silk (optional, but very nice)
2 scoops allantoin (up to 3 scoops)
What's the point of the allantoin in this? It acts as a humectant, so your skin should feel a little more moisturized, and it can be a skin protectant, so it could help in windy conditions. You can blend the serecite, calcium carbonate, and allantoin in a coffee grinder, then add the micronospheres and silk to a baggie and squish it together. Put it in a nice 30 gram container and use a powder puff or kabuki brush to apply!
You could add a little colour to this and make a bronzing powder - add up to 2 tsp of colour blend of micas and iron oxides - if you wanted. Or use it as a very light, sheer coverage foundation. Or use it as a blush recipe. (Although I'd include titanium dioxide to give it a bit more coverage...again, I'll be posting about this in June.)