Makeup for combination and oily skin: no shine!
After Summer arrival and after that, combination and oily skin suffer from the appearance of shine, esp. in the “T zone” area.
In order to avoid the appearance of that shine and keep a matte long-lasting makeup, follow the following TIPS:
- Use cleansers, astringent tonics, moisturizing creams, BB cream or sun protectors (oil free). You will help avoid the shine that already appears on your skin. Some matifying-hydrating creams: Aquamilk Matifying Fluid by Lancaster or Eclat Mat Fluide Ultra-matificant by Clarins.This skin type has a tendency to open pores. Besides free-oil cosmetics, it is convenient to use products to control pores like the line Pore Refining Solutions by Clinique.
- Choose a powder makeup base to get a matte finish. Powder texture controls oil helping your makeup to stay longer. Powder bases by Superbalanced and Clinique Stay Matte Sheer control shine, balance the skin leaving a very natural matte finish.
- Choose bronzing powders and powder blushes, Other product textures, such as creams, can produce more oil on your face and last less time. Do not apply satin shades or with bright finish to avoid producing what we would like to avoid.
- The same way, the eye makeup selection is also affected by the skin oil tendency, esp. on the eye lids. Powder eye shadows should be used, waterproof-long stay eyeliner and eyelash mask because sweat and face oil can them make disappear.
- Always take cleansing wipes with you to control shine that may appear along the day (not make-up remover cleanser tissues). Loose powders on the T-zone can help you matify the face such as Poudre Universelle Libre by Chanel. If you want to add a touch of light and naturalness, choose the Météorites by Guerlain.
Say goodbye to face shine with our makeup tips for combination and oily skin.