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Palgantong Theatrical Loose Powder – Light beige

Posted on: November 11, 2008







I get to know Palgantong loose powder in a Japan-Taiwan magazine that the loose powder is high raved amid young women. I bought it from local Watson pharmacy, 380 baht for 10g. A little bit expensive if compare to the selling price of other Asia countries. Palgantong loose powder only comes with two shades in Thailand, light beige and original beige which both shades are toward pinkish.


This loose powder is not drying which my skin felt comfortable with it on. In other words, this might not has super staying power. The powder is surprisingly fine at the low price, and gives soft matted finish. It also has sheer pinkish coverage and this was bothering me as I already prone to redness. Luckily this is good pair with Laura Mercier mineral setting powder to become a tailor-made loose powder for me.


Use this hydrating powder alone after skin care is still a bit drying, after all this is talc based. Loose powder aims to control oiliness, so I use it after foundation as setting powder or mid day touch up.


No breakout from the powder and I really think this is one of the best value products. Limited color choice is the only drawback.


Rating: …)))  good  Good. Will not buy again.



Talc, Zinc Stearate, Methicone, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Bishydroxyethyl Biscetyl Malonamide, Iron Oxides, Allantoin, Calcium Silicate, Propylparaben, Butylparaben, Methylparaben, Ethylparaben, Isobutylparaben.



8 Responses to "Palgantong Theatrical Loose Powder – Light beige"

[…] if any glowing effect derived from Impress makeup base, so I tested with totally matted finish Palgantong loose powder. Tested twice, again the radiant effect was rather depends on my milky sunblock (mild shimmering or […]

Nice blog…was just wondering which Watsons did you pick the Palgantong loose powder from…and any new shades?

Hello PD,
Thanks so much for your comment.

I’m based in Bangkok of Thailand and the Palgatong series is widely available in major Watson’s here. Only two shades- light beige and natural beige, but I’m not sure if there is another shade which is in white powder. I need double check later for comfirmation. “v

Hi! I want to ask face is quite dull and dark. will I suitable for light beige or original beige? will light beige look too pale after apply on my skin ? or original beige suits me better? thanks for helping again!

Welcome SeeQi,
From what I can remember, either light beige or original beige didn’t make a significant difference, they were quite alike when testing on hand. Even a pure white powder will look natural for dark skin tone because loose powder normally has limited coverage. If you afraid light shade of Palgantong Vita White BB Cream, then get the natural beige to tone down the pale finish. (“v)

ok! was thinking to use natural beige loose powder to tone down the light shade of palgantong bb cream too! thank lotsss!

You’re always welcome (“v)

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November 2008

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