As a makeup artist, I would recommend the following steps to help you achieve beautiful makeup on shiny, oily skin with open pores:
Step 1: Cleanse and moisturize.
Start by cleansing your face thoroughly with a gentle cleanser that is suitable for oily skin.
Use La Roche-Posay Micellar water.
Then, use a light moisturizer to hydrate your skin without making it too oily.
Step 2: Preparation
Use a mattifying primer to help control excess oil production and minimize the appearance of pores. This will help your makeup stay in place and prevent it from sliding off your face.
shine control primer Makeup for ever
Step 3: Apply foundation
Choose an oil-free, lightweight foundation that provides a matte finish. Apply it evenly all over your face using a foundation brush or makeup sponge. You can also use a powder foundation for better coverage and to control shine. Foundation HD Makeup for ever professional paris -Charlotte Beautiful skin foundation
Step 4: Concealer
Use a concealer to hide any imperfections, dark circles or redness on your face. Apply concealer to the affected areas with your fingers or a small brush and blend gently.
concealer Tarte , YSL Beauty Touche Éclat
Step 5: Setting with powder
Set your makeup with a translucent or tinted powder to make it last longer and prevent shine. Use a fluffy brush to apply the powder in tapping motions, focusing on areas that tend to be oily, such as the T-zone.
translucent loose powder Laura Mecier
Translucent loose powder Channel
Step 6: Add a little color
Apply a light bronzer or blush to add some color and dimension to your face. Use a fluffy brush to apply to cheekbones, temples and jawline.
Airbrush bronzer Charlotte Tilbury
Step 7: Finish with setting spray
Mist a setting spray all over your face to secure your makeup and prevent it from running or fading. This will also help give your skin a natural, healthy glow.
Natasha Dedonona love glow palette
Remember to blot your skin with blotting papers or a tissue throughout the day to keep shine under control.
And don’t forget to remove your makeup completely at the end of the day to avoid breakouts and clogged pores.
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