The foundation will be helpful for covering up dark spots, blur acne and leave you feeling confident with healthy skin. But if you don’t find the correct foundation according to your skin. Then it will spell trouble, and if you have an oily skin that will lead you to look greasy by midday. Wearing makeup if you have oily skin can seem like a daunting task. If you are looking at how to make a foundation for oily skin stick without getting cakey or oily. So, there are no worries about it because today I will share some tips that help you to apply foundation on oily skin and get a glowing look.
1. Skin Care
Apply an organic mask of natural ingredients at night before applying makeup. That helps to tighten the pores and also brings out the dirt and oil on the skin. And make your skin hydrated and Balances the pH level in your skin that controls excess oil in your skin.
2. Skin Preparation
Cleanse and wash your face with an organic oil-free cleanser to take out excess oil. and then apply a toner that suitable for your skin. Then start your makeup with applying primer. Primer helps to control extra oil produced by your skin and protect your makeup.
3. Choosing the Perfect Foundation
You need to choose the correct organic foundation that will be suitable for your oily skin and according to your skin color. If the foundation is not according to your skin color then your face looks like a cakey. The best way to apply a foundation is to put it on lightly and in layers. don’t apply a thick layer on your face just cover it what places are necessary all over the face.
4. Apply Powder
Use powder to set your foundation and keeps it from moving and transferring. Apply powder on the areas where you get oily. Just apply a thin amount of powder on your face.
5. Set Foundation
This step is not that much necessary, But just for the perfection, Use setting spray. That helps you to hold the makeup really well for last long, and also create a matte finish look.
Go ahead try these foundation types for oily skin and get glowing skin. If you enjoyed this post, I’d be very grateful if you’d help it spread by emailing it to a friend or sharing it on Twitter or Facebook. Thank you!