Violet Brightening Powder

We get a lot of questions about our Violet Brightening Powder! Here are the top questions and some helpful answers from our very own Besame Girl, Daniela! 
Q: Why is the powder purple?
A: Our Violet Brightening Powder is a pale lavender shade because the color of lavender helps to cancel out any yellow or sallow tones in the skin. Giving the skin a healthy brightness! 
Q: How do I use this powder? 
A: You can use this finely milled powder to set your makeup, as a finishing step to your regular beauty routine. You can also use it on bare skin to absorb oil, brighten and color correct. It will also brighten the skin if used over your regular foundation. If you have trouble with dark circles under the eye, try setting your concealer with this product for a lovely highlight to cancel the darkness. Pat it on the desired area with the provided puff and then dust off the extra powder with a fluffy makeup brush. 
Q: Does this product have a strong scent?
A: While Besame powders have a slight fragrance, we use only a very delicate scent. The initial perfume dissipates on the skin so as not to bother the wearer throughout the day.  
Q: Is the powder Vegan?
A: Yes! All our powders are Vegan and Cruelty Free! 
Q: Is this powder good for sensitive skin?
A: Yes, this powder is very gentle on the skin. The formula features vitamin C and a plant based squalene to soothe and hydrate the skin. It is formulated without parabens, sulfates and phthalates for a safe and easy to use powder that will not irritate the skin. 
Questions? Post a comment below and we will e-mail you back with an answer! 


Please make the violet powder available again!

Marie-Elena Waldrip January 28, 2021

All the best products have sold out and gone. Powders and cream blush back please .

Sophie January 28, 2021

It’s the violet powder coming back or is it discontinued?

Patty A December 16, 2020

Looking for the violet powder!

Meredith Brough October 27, 2020

Hello, I’m also here to ask if this will be available for sale again. Thank you!

Jayne October 27, 2020

I would love to get the violet brightening powder please let me know when it’s available for purchase.

Sarah C October 09, 2020

Just another shopper looking for the Violet Brightening Powder.

izzi October 09, 2020

I, like others commenting, want to know if this brightening powder is going to be available for sale again.

Baye September 14, 2020

Will this be made again? I’d definitely buy it.

Melyssa Schroeder September 14, 2020

is the violet brightening powder coming back. If it is, do you have a waiting list and can I get on it.

JoAnna Scott August 14, 2020

I’d like to know when I can order the violet brightening powder? Any idea when you will be making a new batch?

Robin Harvey July 08, 2020

Has this powder been discontinued?

Katrina July 08, 2020

Hi will you be making this product again? I just saw you on Vintage America with Ginger and came right to your sight for the Violet Powder. I see your sold out. I hope it’s not discontinued? How can I get some?

Rebecca June 18, 2020

How do you open the container?? It won’t budge!

Kiersten Johnson December 27, 2018

I meant to say violet!

Katherine March 21, 2017

I would also like to know if powders are non-comedogenic. I have sensitive skin and am prone to break outs. I am also wondering what the best powder to use would be if I have uneven coloring and would like to even out redness, too? I wasn’t sure if lilac or French vanilla would be best.

Katherine March 21, 2017

I purchased the lilac powder because of yellowness in my skin. I use mineral foundation and found that I can successfully use the lilac powder first. It is a great combination. My skin tone is even and bright with no yellow. I was using mineral powder blush as well, but just ordered Besame’ powder blush since I’m wearing the mascara, lilac powder, and lip stick. I’m very pleased with my new look. I’ll report back on the blush.

Evonne February 20, 2017

Are your powders non-comedogenic?

Alana February 16, 2017

Do you offer samples? I almost ordered this the last time I bought something, but I’m very sensitive to smells. Even light odors can bother me if it’s the wrong type.

Michelle H February 16, 2017

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