Choosing the Right Foundation for Your Skin Type
while doing this post I had a thing or two to learn myself from the research
The best foundation makes you look like you're not wearing any at all, but the secret to achieving that flawless effect is knowing your skin type and choosing a foundation to suit. For example, if you have dry skin, there's no point in wearing a pressed powder foundation because it will only accentuate the dry areas — big no-no! And what about oily-skinned beauties? Well, you're less prone to deep-set wrinkles in the future, but you probably have trouble getting your foundation to last all day right now. We've hand-picked the perfect foundation for five common skin types (yes sensitive, you included!), so click through to meet your perfect match.Cream foundation is quite thick in consistency, so it is best suited to normal and dry skin types. Apply with a sponge or foundation brush.
Revlon ColorStay Whipped Creme Makeup ($24.95)
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