In the way I see it, it’s not possible at the moment .
Even though, you can understand whether the last session was an active full backup by running special command, you can’t get similar information regarding synthetic full backup, probably, due to the fact that it generally has two steps:
1. Creating a normal incremental.
2. Merging existing .vib files to one .vbk-files.
And these steps from PS perspective are considered as onr incremental backup session.
Anyway, if you're willing to understand whether the last session was an active full backup you can run the following script:
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$Job = Get-VBRJob -name "Name of your job"
$Session = $Job.GetLastSession()
Hope this helps.