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Pressed powder: Comes in a compact with a small puff or sponge. It's best for when you are on the go.

Loose powder: Comes in a container. You can put it on with a brush or a sponge. Best used at home since it's larger than a compact.

I don't know what you mean by "protective" powders.

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loose and press powder is pretty much the same.

but ....powder foundation is another story...

basically...you have....

1) loose powder

2) press powder

3) powder foundation

and you might also see.....translucent loose powder or translucent press powder .....these two won't add any color to your face.

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I believe the "protective powder" from neutrogena refers to their SPF 20 line of pressed powder. The coloring of that line is pretty weird though: 3 shades, the first 2 of which are best described as vampire larper white and fake suntan orange.

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