Both talcs improve the slip and adhesion of color cosmetics and their translucency means that your colors will be particularly bright and true. Talc is an excellent option for darker skin tones.
Also used in lotions, talc maintains lubricity on the skin even after emulsion breakdown. In pressed powders, it presses better than micas and does not migrate in eye makeup.
The difference? Slight. Rhapsody may be somewhat more translucent and have better adhesion. We can't decide!
We carry both because we started with Rhapsody Talc, based on a customer request. Since then, we sourced Rose Talc, which we feel is equal in quality but which has a much better price point for our customers.
If you have been purchasing our Rhapsody Talc, please be sure to order a sample of our Rose to see if you like it better. If, over time, customers decide to switch to Rose Talc, we will discontinue the Rhapsody. But it is all up to you!
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