• MAKEUP

    Oily skin + highlighter: to match or not to match?

    Many people say that highlighters will never work together with combo or oily skin. Like if your skin produces too much oil highlighter will turn makeup into a whole mess. That is partially true, but even if your skin is super oily, there is always a little room for glowing skin products.  Here are a couple of simple tricks to turn highlighter…

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    Makeup for Different Skin Types. Part 2: Oily Skin

    In the previous post I was sharing my experience on how to make makeup comfortable in wear using the example of dry skin. Follow the link of you have dry skin and haven’t read it yet: http://katesbeautybasics.com/en/2017/11/01/how-to-apply-makeup-to-dry-skin/ Now it is time to talk more about oily skin. Well, the biggest problem with oily skin is excessive production of sebum. This influences…

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    How to Apply Makeup to Different Skin Types. Part 1: Dry Skin

    Each girl wants her skin to be fresh and dewy without any spots or blemishes. However, sometimes our sebaceous glands may become either underactive or overactive, which leads to dry and oily skin, respectively. Both conditions may cause many problems, especially when you’re used to applying makeup on a daily basis. Though, it’s pretty easy to avoid them by following…