How to Select Foundation for Oily Skin, Dry Skin and Acne Prone Skin?


It's difficult for us young ladies to fathom our lives without basis. The actual search for the one foundation that meets all of our needs, on the other hand, is a bother that most of us would like to avoid. When it comes to foundation, if there is one thing we have learned over the years, it is vital to seek a texture appropriate for your skin type and select the proper color. Why? Choosing the incorrect surface can not only prohibit you from attaining a natural, skin-like finish, but it will also increase the likelihood of breakouts and dry out your skin. We understand that this might be a bit perplexing, so we're here to assist you in any way we can. We've compiled some fantastic advice on how to choose the best foundation for your skin type, as well as our own choices.


Dry skin

Dry skin may be difficult to navigate since you want to conceal it while still achieving a perfect appearance. This is possible with the proper preparation and knowledge of intimate foundation secrets. Before applying any foundation, use a light day cream and a tiny amount of primer, and then wait for both to thoroughly absorb before continuing. Because hydration is essential for preventing and treating dry skin, it should come as no surprise that you should use a hydrating liquid foundation. Apply the product with your fingers for longer-lasting coverage and gently massage it into the skin with your fingertips. What about the powder, though? Instead, use a thin dusting of finishing powder to cover any dry spots that may have appeared.

The condition known as dry skin arises when our sebaceous glands are underactive and do not produce enough oil; it may feel tight and uncomfortably tight at times. Apart from using a heavy moisturizer daily, you'll want to use a foundation that will help restore moisture to your skin. The lightweight, nourishing foundation contains ingredients like Avocado Oil and Meadowfoam Oil, which plump and hydrate the face while providing a light layer of coverage and protection.


Normal/Combination skin

Mixture skin is characterized by having oily patches on one day and dry patches on the next - welcome to the world of combination skin! Finding the perfect foundation for both of your worries means you'll be able to mix and match the ones that work best for you, but where do you even begin looking?

Consider a buildable foundation rather than a full-coverage product so that you may concentrate on any areas of your face that may require some extra attention, such as an oily t-zone or a dry forehead, without overwhelming your complexion. Choose a liquid foundation that is somewhat matte in appearance, as this will assist in decreasing any oiliness while not being too harsh on any dry areas. Feel free to experiment with powders, but keep in mind that they may clog up any oily skin and draw attention to dry patches.

You may need various degrees of moisture in different regions of your skin if you have a standard or mixed skin type. Depending on your skin's requirements, you may find yourself multi-masking or switching up your moisturizers throughout the year.

Normal and mixed skin types have the most incredible range of options for the sorts of foundations they may wear. Start with the Sappho New Paradigm CC Cream, which is a fantastic place to start. Aloe Vera helps seal in lightweight moisture, while Pineapple Extract delivers brightening Vitamin C and vital antioxidants to this light-diffusing foundation.

Oily or acne-prone skin

Oily skin requires particular and sensitive care to achieve balance; thus, before applying any make-up, prep your skin with a primer and a tiny amount of mattifying moisturiser to remove excess sebum (oil released by your skin's sebaceous glands) before applying any make-up. Allow for five minutes of drying time before applying your foundation - but which one should you choose?

However, if you have oily skin, you may choose to be subtle rather than go for a full-on glow, so select a long-lasting matte formula with medium to full coverage. If you have dry skin, go for a long-lasting matte formula with medium to full coverage. Matte foundations are a fantastic choice for oily skin since they are lightweight and won't make the skin feel heavy.


When our sebaceous glands are hyperactive and create more oil than is required, oily and acne-prone skin are common side effects of this condition. Excess oil, enlarged pores, blackheads, and pimples might arise due to this. If you have oily or acne-prone skin, a powder compact is a good option. The Bamboo Extract in this pressed foundation helps build the skin's barrier while also soothing irritation caused by acne breakouts. Jojoba Oil helps restore equilibrium to your skin by calming down excessive oil production. When you're on the run, this bamboo compact is ideal for touch-ups on the go, and a short press of the powder reduces shine in an instant.

Banffee Makeup has set up a team that is mainly engaged in makeup products development. Thanks to their efforts, we have successfully developed cosmetics and sold them to overseas markets. Over the years, Banffee Makeup has insisted on independent innovation and been committed to technological development. By making full use of modern enterprise management methods, we have successfully enhanced the level of production management, improved product quality, and completed the after-sales service system. Both our products and services are highly praised by customers in different countries and regions. Contact us to get more details about our liquid foundation, you may get favorable prices.

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