Are you looking for the best foundation for oily skin?
Women who suffer from oily and even combination skin (which features oily patches, particularly in the “T” zone around the nose, chin and forehead) face an array of challenges when it comes to finding a suitable makeup that actually looks good and stays in place throughout the day.
When applying foundation to oily skin, streaky, uneven application is a commonplace problem that arises. What’s more, the oils on the skin’s surface make it difficult for the makeup to adhere properly. As the day progresses, your skin produces more oil and this can cause many foundations to literally “slide off” your skin. This frequently results in the need for reapplications and touch-ups, particularly in areas where your skin creases, such as around the eyelids, the corners of the nose and smile lines. On oily skin, foundation and makeup tends to migrate across the slick surface that’s created by the excessive oil.
In addition, women with oily skin are more likely to suffer from skin clarity problems such as pimples and blemishes. This frequently necessitates the application of heavy makeup in the areas where your skin needs to “breathe.” The application of heavy foundation and concealers often causes the skin to produce even more oil, so the act of concealing those blemishes can actually make them worse over time!