Whether you have a dry complexion or a high-shine T-zone, finding the right makeup routine for your skin type is crucial…and difficult. Since finding the best products on the market is a full-time job, we’ve handpicked everything from primer to bronzer so you don’t have to. Now all that’s left to do is fill your shopping cart.
For Oily Skin
Always start with a primer that hides all traces of oil, then apply an oil-free foundation with a matte finish. To keep shine at bay, avoid cream or liquid blushes and bronzers, and set makeup with a translucent powder.
For Dry Skin
Dry skin needs all the moisture it can get. Start with a hydrating primer and give skin a dewy glow with a creamy foundation. Provide color by way of a cream blush or liquid bronzer.
For Aging Skin
Powdered products can settle into fine lines and make wrinkles appear deeper. Start your makeup routine with a blurring primer to get a smooth base, then apply a light-diffusing foundation to make skin look even and flawless. A liquid blush and highlighter make skin look youthful and fresh.
For Combination Skin
Combination skin requires a bit of strategy. Apply a hydrating primer on dry areas like cheeks and forehead, then a mattifying primer on oily areas like your T-zone. A hydrating balm foundation makes skin look dewy without getting too greasy. To keep makeup looking flawless all day, carry a few blotting sheets to remove excess oils.