The Best Tinted Moisturizers for Oily Combination Skin

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The best tinted moisturizers for oily skin all share a few key characteristics. Find out about the best tinted moisturizers for oily skin with help from a certified makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Erin Hendley, professional makeup artist, and today I'm going to show you the best tinted moisturizer for oily to combination skin. So when we have oily to combination skin, it's important that we don't have anything too liquidy and tinted moisturizers are pretty much liquid or water based because they're very thin. They're like a thinned out foundation. So what we're going to do is go in with a bronzing mousse. It foams up so it has a lot of air to it rather than straight up liquid and that's what you want to look for for oily to combination skin, not add a ton more moisture to an already moisturizing producing skin. So I also suggest going in and putting your product on a sponge. The sponge likes to soak up a lot of the product and that's very important when working with a tinted moisturizer or any other bronzing mousses that you are using. They tend to be a little more tan than regular foundations. So what we're going to do is just work it into the skin and you can actually go a little lighter over the T zone which is where you naturally produce oil and then you can do heavier strokes on the side. Everyone has their own skin that's going on and you can treat a tinted moisturizer with the other makeup steps of a longer lasting application for makeup and that could be by first putting a primer on and you can also use setting powder to go over it to eliminate any shine or oil as well. Those same rules apply and then just make sure to continue on to the neck when using these products as well. I'm Erin Hendley, and I just showed you the best moisturizers that are tinted for oily to combination skin.


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