Top 3 Products for Oily Skin!
Shopping for makeup can be a lot harder when you’ve got oily skin. You never know how well a product is going to work until you test it out! And if your face ends up looking greasy halfway through the day, then you’ve just wasted your money on something you’re never going to use again.
To save you both the time and the money of buying products that aren’t going to work that well on oily skin, here are 3 products that have proven themselves to be worth the hype!
1. URBAN DECAY Eyeshadow Primer Potion
If you have oily skin, you NEED Urban Decay Eyeshadow Primer Potion ($28). Surprisingly, it does a better job at controlling oil than most face primers for oily skin!
For the ultimate staying power, apply a bit of this primer onto your t-zone area before priming the rest of your face with your usual primer!
2. MAC Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation
MAC Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation ($30) is one of the best powder foundations for oily skin types! It has super buildable coverage from medium to full, which isn’t too heavy or cakey, and it leaves your face with a matte finish.
What we love the most about this product is that the compact is great quality! It’s ultra-portable and it’s the perfect size to carry along with you everywhere you go. It also comes with a mirror and sponge that works well for a mid-day touch up!
3. URBAN DECAY All Nighter – Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray
Urban Decay All Nighter – Long-Lasting Makeup Setting Spray ($40) is an absolute staple item for anyone with oily skin! The ultra-fine mist is incredibly refreshing and it dries instantly.
With this setting spray, your makeup will still look fresh at the end of a long day. Not to mention, this setting spray will keep your makeup looking flawless even through the most humid weather!
Are there any products that you use to control shine? Drop a comment down below to let us know what else we need to try!
Joyce Lee is a freelance writer and a winged eyeliner expert. She knows a little about a lot when it comes to beauty. When she’s not writing, you can catch her at a nearby coffee shop getting her caffeine fix. View all the posts by Joyce Lee