Choose Foundation For Oily Skin: For a perfect look, women with oily skin should choose foundation in this way


To make their look attractive, women resort to makeup and foundation plays an important role in this. If used properly, it can add beauty to your makeup. But it is seen that women with oily skin have to face problems related to foundation during makeup, due to which they are not able to get the look that they want. Using the right makeup is very important for oily skin, or else the skin can be sensitive to blackheads and whiteheads. Today in this episode we are going to tell you what things should be kept in mind by women with oily skin while choosing foundation. So let's know about it...


Choose a matte finish liquid foundation
Liquid foundation that settles to a matte finish is a great option for those with oily skin. However, your skin is already producing too much oil, so choosing a liquid foundation will make your skin look brighter and smoother. The best part about this foundation texture is that it provides more coverage than your powder foundation and is perfect for covering up acne scars, blemishes or any other skin problem.

Match with your character
Your foundation shade should be as close to your skin tone as possible. Apply a sample to your lower jaw to determine its shade. The shade should be such that it exactly matches your original look. If none of the available shades match, you can mix the two colors for a customized shade. It is also wise to invest in two foundation shades. Your skin is not the same color throughout the year. You look pale in winter and dusky or tan in summer. The combination of the two foundations keeps you covered well throughout the year.


Choose oil free foundation
If your skin is excessively oily and you want more coverage than powder foundation, then oil free foundation is best for you. These foundations come with anti shine texture, so give a nice matte finish to your skin. The best part is that this type of foundation makes the look look natural and doesn't cause any breakouts.

Yellow based foundation is better
If you have oily skin, then it would be better to choose a yellow based foundation. It gives a natural look to all skin tones. If you're very fair, it's okay to go for pink or any other color shade. Look closely at each shade of foundation. Blend the shade of foundation that matches your skin tone. When the shade is mixed well, it proves to be the right shade for your oily skin.

Choose a shade lighter than the skin tone
Always choose a foundation that is one shade lighter than your skin tone. This will help to hide the darkening caused due to oil on your face. Instead of building up a thick layer of foundation, do just a light coating to even out the skin tone. With this, your foundation will stay on the skin for a long time.


Layer to spread evenly
Start applying foundation where the skin looks rough. Pat foundation on the center of your face and high cheekbones, applying the mixture from there to the outside. Other areas worth noting are the sides of your face and nose. Then apply foundation where you need coverage and spread it again to the rest of the face. That way you can achieve a different skin look and it doesn't get stiff in foundation. If you still have blemishes on your face, add another thin layer of foundation.