This Urban Decay Setting Spray was created with oily skin in mind. The product’s high-tech ingredients keep your makeup from melting and becoming shiny. After applying your makeup, mist your face between two to four times in an “X” and “T” formation for best results.
Start your makeup routine off right with a primer that best meets the needs of your skin. This gel-like primer from 100% Pure is made with seaweed collagen that will help keep your makeup on and shine-proof all day long. Let the product set in your skin for at least 90 seconds before applying makeup.
Believe it or not, there is such thing as foundation being too matte. L'Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Matte medium-coverage foundation will control oil without drying out your skin. For best results, apply a moisturizer first, and apply the product with a makeup sponge. We have even more oily skin foundation options here.
One of Maybelline’s bestsellers, the Shine-Free Oil-Control Loose Powder is oil and shimmer free. The powder will keep your skin matte and will give you a layer of sheer coverage. After touching the puff to the powder, be sure to shake gently to avoid putting too much powder on your face.
If you’re desperately searching for a primer that will help keep your eyeshadow on until you use decide to remove it, the NYX Waterproof Eyeshadow Primer is just what you’re looking for. Smooth onto your lids and let the product dry before applying your shadow. Yes, oily lids are a thing, and this primer will help.
This five-star rated oil-free Lancôme Blush comes in 24 unique shades ranging from a very-light pink in “Summer Pink Fling” to a darker purple in “Shimmer Plum Charm.” The oil absorbing blush looks very natural on skin and will stay on all day long.
There’s nothing more frustrating than ending a day with smeared eyeliner. (See previous comment about oily eyelids.) Stila Waterproof Eyeliner will last all day and is super easy to use for a thin line to a bold cateye.