The Great Bake with Rodial

**Bake well this season with Rodial’s latest must-have Baking powder and brush
One of the latest trends making waves in the beauty world right now is ‘Baking’. A technique used for many years by professional make-up artists, baking is all about creating a flawless base by letting your powder sit on your face for ten to fifteen minutes, allowing the heat from your face to set your base foundation and concealer, before dusting it off to reveal a creaseless, picture-perfect finish with no caking or Insta-filter needed.

One of the latest trends making waves in the beauty world right now is ‘Baking’. A technique used for many years by professional make-up artists, baking is all about creating a flawless base by letting your powder sit on your face for ten to fifteen minutes, allowing the heat from your face to set your base foundation and concealer, before dusting it off to reveal a creaseless, picture-perfect finish with no caking or Insta-filter needed.

You can now achieve the perfect flawlessly set base with Rodial’s newly launched Baking Powder (AED 195). The crème de la crème of all Baking Powders, this is a must-have in your make up kit if you are looking to stay on-trend and bake your make-up this season. The truly rich and luxurious loose powder blends effortlessly on the skin, leaving a silky smooth, luminous finish. The semi-transparent texture applies a thin film to reflect light and reveal an even, radiant complexion with a smooth airbrushed effect finish. This latest edition to the range has been specifically developed with a blend of precious, unique spherical powders for a creamy, suede soft-focus finish that is extra smooth and stays true to the skin without caking and blurring any skin imperfections. It suits all skin types and is enriched with a cocktail of vegetal extracts with rejuvenating properties. A multi-use powder, this can also be layered over full coverage concealer or foundation to ‘bake’ in your make-up and reduce shine. It couldn’t be any easier to use either, packed in a clever jar with an open/close sifter to avoid any unnecessary wastage.


To apply your Baking Powder, Rodial have produced the perfect tool that complements the powder beautifully, the Baking Brush (AED 280). The ultimate make-up artist’s tool, this brush is ideal for dusting away ‘baked’ translucent powder that has been used to set your concealer. Its densely packed bristles allow for perfect powder buffing to reveal an immaculately set make-up look. The brush can also be used for precise pressed powder application, making this wonder tool a firm favourite in your make up bag.

Here are our top tips for a perfectly baked complexion:

Firstly, apply an eye cream around the eye area to hydrate the skin.

Apply Rodial Airbrush Concealer (AED 220) under the eyes, applying upwards from the cheeks to the temples, blending as you go.

Repeat the concealer process one more time to lock in the first coat, blending with a damp make up sponge and smoothing out any creases.

Dust on your Rodial Baking Powder over all of the concealer you have applied, using your Baking Brush for a precise application.

It’s now time to bake! Pack the loose Baking Powder generously over the same area and sit back for ten to fifteen minutes to ‘cook’.

Lastly, simply dust the excess powder off, blending any harsh edges as you go.

Rodial Baking Powder is priced at AED 195 and the Baking Powder Brush is AED 280. Look flawless in a flash just like the A-list with Rodial’s range of beautiful baking products.

Rodial products are available from Paris Gallery, Harvey Nichols, Bloomingdales, House of Fraser and online at http://www.beautysolutions-me.com/ and http://www.basharacare.com/ For more information please visit https://www.beautysolutions-me.com/brands/rodial.html. Keep up-to-date with the latest news on Facebook http://www.facebook.com/rodialskin, Twitter – @rodialskincare and Instagram – @rodialme and @rodialskincare.

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