I have EXTREMELY oily skin and I have tried everything, every product imaginable....nothing works!!! Any suggestions??

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I have EXTREMELY oily skin and I have tried everything, every product imaginable....nothing works!!! Any suggestions??















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Jennifer
January 10, 2013

Primers should become your very best friends! Face primer, eye primer, even lip primer this helps keep the makeup from creasing especially with us oilier girls. I love Smashbox primer but if you are a girl on a budget ELF cosmetics makes an awesome one for $6. ELF also has eye and lip primers which are comparable but not exact duplicates of urban decay eye and lip potions. Next use Make up Forever (Sephora) Mat Velvet Foundation with MAC Blot Powder either loose or pressed. Make sure to set with mist either by MAC, Make Up Forever or ELF (essential step)if you want you can finish with a matte veil. MAC and ELF also make great blotting sheets that don't take your makeup off but get rid of shine. Stay away from shimmer and bronzer it makes it look worse and more oily, if you must have some shimmer for your wedding only use a tiny bit on the very tops of your cheeks almost under your eyes> use a highlighter like Benefit (Sephora) or ELF facial whip and something shimmery on your lips. Matte eyeshadows from MAC are awesome super blendable and can build for intensity to last all day. Stay away from cream blushes as the oil tends to smear and look messy. Stay away from shimmer blushes as well. Wet and Wild suprisingly makes a nice matte blush that doesn't shimmer and is a nice rose mauve color that looks good on everyone. Shimmer in your accessories, your jewelry, your nails, not your face. Youtube also has some awesome videos on wedding makeup for all skin types. Good Luck! The only glow you want is your inner goddess glow of happiness on your big day!

RODAN + FIELDS DERMATOLOGISTS (Vendor Comment)
September 11, 2012

Hi! I have the solution to your problem! And it has resolved many people's problems as well. Rodan and Fields Dermatologists' UNBLEMISH regimen is for acne and post-acne scarring. It also targets oily skin. I use it and it's FABulous! All of my customers are happy and satisfied. We offer a 60-day empty bottle money back guarantee! You have nothing to lose and everything to gain beautiful healthy skin before your big day! Please feel free to contact me for more information. I would be happy to help with your skin care needs to help you get a fresh clean canvas for your wedding day!

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