How to apply foundation on oily skin
Prevent the midday makeup slump with these no-fail foundation application techniques for oily skin:
Cleanse your face with an oil-free, clarifying cleanser to remove excess sebum and dirt.
Apply Fit Me Matte + Poreless Foundation (https://www.maybelline.com.au/face-makeup/foundation/fit-me-matte-poreless-foundation), which eliminates unwanted shine while minimising the appearance of pores for a beautifully airbrushed, mattified finish. It’s lightweight and breathable, so won’t cause clogging either. Instead of applying it evenly to all areas of the face, be conscious of the spots that tend to get oiler than others. In those areas, allow the foundation coverage to be little bit more sheer, or even replace with powder.
Illuminating powders are a one-way trip to shine town. If you have oily skin, look for matte, loose translucent powders that soak up the oil a bit more than regular pressed powder. Nip shine in the bud with Fit Me Loose Finishing Powder (https://www.maybelline.com.au/face-makeup/powder/fit-me-loose-finishing-powder). Dip a large powder brush into the product, tap off excess and dust lightly over your face, focusing on areas you know need extra oil-absorbing powers like the T-zone. Plus, setting powder is key to making foundation last on oily skin.
Set your look with a spritz of setting spray to help your makeup go the distance. We love Master Fix Setting Spray (https://www.maybelline.com.au/accessories/master-fix-wear-boosting-setting-spray) as it contains a 2 per cent film former to lock in make-up, with no melting, fading or shine.