When you've got oily skin, it can be a hassle to go with the glowing look. Because your skin tends to naturally get shiny, experimenting with highlighters or glow enhancers may be too risky. Jen of From Head to Toe shares her technique on how to ace the radiant look without going overboard.
Jen mixed a glowing primer with her fave foundation (you can pick from any of these lightweight, oil-free foundations), and brushed a thin layer on her face. She then used a brightening concealer under her eyes, using the inverted triangle technique. Afterwards, she powdered her face using a fluffy eyeshadow brush. She only powdered the areas where she tends to get greasy, like the forehead, sides of the nose, and the lower cheeks. Lastly, she bestowed a candlelit glow on her face by using a pearly pink highlighter on her cheekbones, and added more color to her skin by sweeping blush and bronzer on her cheeks. To understand her oily-skin friendly trick more, watch her tutorial below: