What kind of make up, particularly foundation should I use for oily skin?

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  1. Neha Sadana profile image84
    Neha Sadanaposted 5 years ago

    What kind of make up, particularly foundation should I use for oily skin?

  2. lburmaster profile image83
    lburmasterposted 5 years ago

    Go to Walmart. For $6 you can purchase a "Clean & Clear" product that stops your face from being oily for 8 hours. After three days of wearing the product while I slept, my face didn't have as many pimples and you could actually see me. Typically, powdered foundation helps keep your skin less oily. When using the liquid or paste-like products, they make my face more oily.

  3. Rosana Modugno profile image83
    Rosana Modugnoposted 5 years ago

    This is my kind of question because I don't know anyone who has oilier skin than me.  Smashbox and MAC are the best.  Expensive yes, but they last for hours and worth every penny.

    There are cheaper versions of course.  Just go for anything that's water based and if you see the word "moisturize", do NOT get it.  Remember, you don't need the moisture.

  4. Pamela Kinnaird W profile image87
    Pamela Kinnaird Wposted 5 years ago

    Foundations are not good for the skin.  A dermatologist told me 38 years ago all the skin needs is water and drying with a good rough towel.

  5. ritsukakunx profile image51
    ritsukakunxposted 5 years ago

    Probably mineral makeup - no matter your skintone. Liquid foundations should probably be avoided. Though, if you have lighter skin, I'd recommend a BB Cream, such as Skin79. Avoid American brands - they're oily!

  6. alisharenee profile image83
    alishareneeposted 5 years ago

    If you can avoid using liquid foundation you should do so because it tends to make skin more oily.  Use a simple powder foundation because the powder helps absorb excess oil throughout the day.  Also, choose makeup that clearly states "oil free" on the label.  There is a good line of products from Neutrogena that are "shine control" products that help control oily skin.  They are not as expensive as some products out there.  I wrote a Hub article about natural remedies and tips for oily skin, you can check it out here...http://alisharenee.hubpages.com/hub/Oily-Skin-Home-Remedies

 
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