The only way to flaunt flawless, ethereally beautiful, skin-matte makeup with a porcelain finish is the only way. The perfect look is hard to achieve for people with oily skin. For the beauties with oily skin, the oil seeps in after a while and makes the face shiny. The best way to avoid this problem is to use matte makeup. The best thing about matte makeup is that you can do it at home. To find out how to do that, check out the various matte makeup tutorials available.
How to apply matte makeup for oily skin?
You have to learn certain tricks on how to keep your makeup on longer on oily skin. The first step is to prepare the skin for matte makeup. You can do this by using an exfoliant followed by toning and moisturizing. The next step is applying magnesia milk, which will absorb the excess oil from the skin. You need to choose the right primer for your oily skin. Prime the most oily areas such as the chin of the nose or the forehead. You should use an oil-free primer to prevent shine. Use a matte foundation and mineral-based blush on your cheeks.
Matte makeup ideas
- Matte makeup should be avoided on winter days for people with normal to dry skin.
- Girls with oily skin should use 1 or 2 ice cubes after toning and before applying the base.
- Avoid applying primer to the eyelids along with the concealer to avoid wrinkles in the eye makeup. Instead, you can use a primer designed specifically for the eyelids.
- Use mineral-based concealer to hide blemishes like dark circles, pimple marks, enlarged pores, and skin wrinkles.
- Applying lots of face powder seems right to remove oil on oily skin, but overdoing it should be avoided. It’s a good idea to use the translucent matte formula to reduce the sheen.