Oily skin may be the bane of your existence, but think of it this way--while sebum won't keep you from getting fine lines around your eyes, at least it'll help keep those on your forehead on the minimum. One of the best ways to deal with your oily face is to look for products that's specifically for your skin type and keep moisturized (yes, you still need to stay hydrated), but if you're looking to be shine-free, then these powders can help give you a fresh-looking, matte complexion all day.
1. A favorite of professional makeup artists, you can use this as a foundation or a setting powder.
Try: MAC Studio Fix Powder Plus Foundation, P1,900, SM Makati
2. This lightweight mattifying powder won’t ever cake on your face.
Try: Revlon Colorstay Pressed Powder, P825, Robinsons Department Store
3. A cult fave of international beauty vloggers, this compact is known to prevent your face from getting slick.
TRY: Rimmel Stay Matte Pressed Powder, P385, Calyxta
4. This drugstore find will keep everything matte for up to 16 hours!
Try: L'Oréal Paris Infallible Pro-Matte Powder, P600, Watsons
5. Apart from fighting shine, this powder contains color-correcting pigments and skincare ingredients that create a fresh, cottony soft finish.
Try: Céleteque Dual-CC Matte Powder, P745, SM Beauty
6. It’s affordable and available in Pinay-friendly shades—what’s not to love?
Try: Maybelline Fit Me Pressed Powder, P399, Watsons
7. This compact controls shine and keeps the blemishes undercover.
Try: Clinique Anti-Blemish Powder, P1,850, SM Makati
8. This finely-milled rice powder fights the shine and won’t ever clog your pores.
Try: Palladio Oil-Absorbing Rice Powder, P350, Beauty Bar
9. This lightweight powder foundation offers a buildable coverage and produces a soft matte finish.
Try: Laura Mercier Smooth Finish Foundation Powder, P2,350, Rustan’s The Beauty Source
10. Let your skin breathe with this sheer powder that can amazingly hide large pores and stop the shine.
Try: Estée Lauder Perfecting Loose Powder, P2,400, SM Aura
This story originally appeared on Cosmo.ph.
* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.