Here you can find out what skin type you have.
A MATT FINISH IS KEY
If you have combination skin or oily skin prone to shine, you should opt for a mattifying and long-lasting foundation. Excess sebum causes unwanted shine and reduces foundation hold and performance.
Powder textures are ideal for absorbing excess sebum and giving the complexion a matte finish. For example, you can use the Mineral Foundation from Lily Lolo Select. It is oil-free, has a natural sun protection of SPF15 and effortlessly covers imperfections and light redness. The finish is wonderfully natural. The best way to wear the mineral foundation is with a Kabuki brush .
If you prefer a liquid foundation, we can offer you the Quinoa Water Foundation Ere Perez recommend. It is a lightweight, water-based foundation with light to medium coverage. Like a cream, it instantly melts into the skin, leaving a matte finish.
The Natural Liquid Foundation by Nui Berlin is a nourishing foundation based on aloe vera with a creamy texture. The foundation creates an even, natural-looking complexion without clogging the pores. The coverage can be built up from medium to high and leaves a long-lasting, semi-matte finish.
FIX IT BABY
Once the foundation is applied, you should fix it with a setting powder. This greatly extends the durability of your makeup and gives it a matte finish. A very good, complexion-refining setting powder is, for example, Ilge von Und Gretel or the Silk Finish Powder from Manasi7. If you want a tinted powder, we recommend Tinted “Un” Powder by RMS Beauty. Throughout the day, the powders can be applied as a touch-up to achieve a perfect complexion.
First Or don't forget a moisturizing pad. It prolongs the performance of your foundation and creates an optimal basis for a natural look.
For an even longer hold, we recommend the setting spray from Lily Lolo – a light spray that sets your foundation and prolongs its durability. Super easy to apply, just spray it onto the finished makeup.