Sep 07, 2012
Alot of my foundations I have tried, loook cakey, && just not smoooth or natural. Any goood foundation sugggestions?
I'm a type of oily skin.what kind of foundation is fit to my oily type of skin?
Sep 08, 2012
I have oily skin also.
Revlon Colorstay? If the original is too thick, maybe the whipped version??
I really like the Revlon ColorStay Foundation.
Try the formula for dry/normal skin.
Try maybelline dream nude air foam it is really good for oily skin because it's mattefying!
Revlon photoready is lovely :)
Otay. Thaaaanks mucho girlys! (:
Paige, I'd try something that is marked for light to medium coverage. Usually full coverage foundations are tricky to apply and blend. Also, do you use a setting powder? Sometimes when I go crazy with my setting powder it looks cakey
Sep 09, 2012
If you have oily skin & only need light-medium coverage, try the new Urban Decay Naked Skin foundation, it feels light & looks natural.
Sep 12, 2012
I use Mac Pro Longwear concealer, it comes in a little bottle thing lol but works AMAZING on oily skin, I have acne scars so this is my holy grail!
I have combination skin and I get oily too and I use revlon color stay as well and I switched from the pro longwear to that and I love it. It covers really well and doesn't look Cakey. I use the combination/oily skin one though, not the one for normal/dry skin. There is quite a big difference between the two in my opinion.
I also have acne scars and spots ! **
Sep 13, 2012
Are you using primer underneath?
How much foundation are you using, and how are you applying it?
Do you set it with a powder?
Do you moisturize your skin after cleansing it?
It could be that you're choosing a shade or two darker than you need. A good rule of thumb is to choose a foundation that is the lightest shade your face had. For example: I have medium skin with olive undertones, but in the winter when I loose any tan and my brunette hair looses its sun, I look much paler, and since my skintone isnt even, sometimes I actually have to use medium ivory in the winter.
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