TikTok just found a bakery-inspired makeup brand with setting powder that rivals Laura Mercier

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We can always count on TikTok to uncover hidden beauty gems. One of the most recent brands to go viral is Beauty Bakerie, a Black-owned brand that makes a wide range of bakery-inspired makeup products (not to mention they’re cruelty-free). Everything from lip gloss to highlighter palettes is inspired by baked goods that look like they belong in a Parisian bakery shop window.

In particular, TikTokers are loving the Flour Setting Powder, saying it’s underrated and superior to Laura Mercier’s famous setting powder.

Beauty Bakerie Flour Setting Powder, $21 (Orig. $24)

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This powder comes in six shades, combats oiliness and noticeably blurs your pores and softens your complexion, leaving you with a beautiful, matte finish. As an added bonus, the packaging is adorably designed to look like an old-fashioned bag of flour.

If you want to try out some of Beauty Bakerie’s scrumptious products, this is perfect timing because they’re offering limited-time codes that will give you 10% off your entire order with the code BAKE10 and $20 off orders of $80 or more with the code BUYSAVE20.

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