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10 Best Drugstore Foundations for Oily Skin 2017

It’s always surprising to us how so many people with oily skin don’t shop for products that will actually work for their skin type. We know how easy it is to fall for product marketing hype, but once oily-skinned shoppers get past that, realize that only specific

6 Best Foundation Primers for Oily Skin 2017

One of makeup’s worst enemies is definitely sebum. You know, sebum: the oil that your skin produces and the same rate that water flows over Niagara Falls? That’s what it feels like when you have extremely oily skin, anyways. In our guide below, we have some great

10 Best Liquid Foundations for Oily Skin 2017

Are you prone to blemish outbursts and/or shine? If the answer is yes then this means that you have oily skin. Oily skin can be such a hindrance. It can prevent you from looking your best. It denies you the shine and luster that is associated with

10 Best Foundations for Oily Skin 2017

Oily skin can get really messy. If not well handled and managed oily skin can be such as nuisance. It can prevent you from looking pretty and feeling as well. This may affect your confidence and prevent you from feeling your best. It might have a detrimental

10 Best MAC Foundations for Oily Skin 2017

When it comes to treating oily skin, there’s one go-to foundation brand for all women, MAC Cosmetics. MAC products are some of the best ones in helping alleviate problems in oil, acne, and other imperfections that prevent women from getting their dream flawless look. In this article, we’re

10 Best Powder Foundations for Oily Skin 2017

When you have oily skin, powder is one of the go-to foundations to help give you that smooth, matte finish that you just can’t achieve with liquids. Not all powders, however, are actually that good at keeping the sebum (the oil your skin produces) at bay. In

10 Best Full Coverage Foundations for Oily Skin 2017

If you’re prone to oily skin, then you know how difficult it can be to find the right foundation. More often than not, the pigments settle into fine lines and cake over your blemishes. The foundation you’ve applied to cover your imperfections makes everything look worse than