‘The Bachelorette’s’ head makeup artist swears by this $43 powder

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“Bachelor” season is in full swing, folks! While a new group of women competes for the heart of this season’s leading man, we have to take a look back at the previous Bachelorette, Hannah Brown, whose face was always on 10 thanks to the show’s lead makeup artist, Gina Modica, and her star product of choice.

In an Instagram post, Modica revealed that she uses the Kevyn Aucoin Gossamer Loose Powder on the reality star and it’s worked wonders at keeping any sweating at bay.

Shop: Kevyn Aucoin Gossamer Loose Powder in Radiant Diaphanous, $43.00 (Orig. $72.00)

Kevyn Aucoin Gossamer Loose Powder
(Credit: Kevyn Aucoin)

The powder, which has been described as a “gift from the makeup gods,” does more than set your face. According to the product description, it helps to smoothen the skin, reduce the appearance of pores and blurs out fine lines. Another standout outcome of the popular powder is its brightening claims and its long-lasting wearability, with one five-star review even sharing that “this powder is EPIC.”

As if they needed to sweeten the deal even more, reviewers also stressed that the product is ideal for all skin tones.

“All skin tone friendly,” one shopper with a deeper complexion highlighted. “I’m an Etherialist Foundation shade 15 (another favorite product) and this works perfectly without the ash effect other powders leave. LOVE IT.”

The Kevyn Aucoin website further explains that the powder is weightless, thanks to its super-soft and micro-fine texture. Due to this, it also prevents any irritation or product buildup.

If Hannah Brown’s matte complexion is one of your aspirations for 2020, it looks like you’ve cracked the code on achieving the look yourself.

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