If someone tells you a roll-on can get rid of an oily t-zone, would you believe it? What if it’s really possible that in seconds a volcanic stone roller mattifies an oily face! Too good to be true, right? I put it to the test the new Revlon Oil Absorbing Roller and I could not believe what I was seeing. Come with me to check the results.
Makeup Products that Prevent Oily Skin
Most makeup products for oily skin promise to make wonders, but eventually, you either end up with your face too cakey with so much powder to control that excess of oil that always finds a way to show up in the least desired situations or having your skin breaking out from so much makeup that doesn’t allow your skin to breathe. I have tried an infinity of makeup products to keep my oily skin under control, although only a few really do the job, without creating an overly matte effect. These are the makeup “treasures” for oily skin that I found that are effective and prevent my skin from breaking out.
High End Liquid Foundations for Oily Skin
On my very first post, I thought it would be useful to talk about foundations for oily skin. I have tried the most popular high-end foundations known in the market to be long lasting. My skin through out the day tends to be extremely oily and it’s hard to find a foundation that controls my shiny t-zone. Hence I thought this would be something good to approach, considering I always struggled to find a foundation. To make it easier the comparison between foundations, I decided to take a picture of when I applied it vs ten hours after. Also I …