Sometimes, the oil-producing sebaceous glands are overactive in skins and produce extra oil, which causes oily and shiny skin. To control this oily and shiny phenomenon, natural and artificial ways and tips are used.  Some helpful and easy makeup tips for oily skin are also given here.

Simple Makeup Tips

makeup tips

Makeup should be applied following washing, shedding, and saturating your face. The combo of warm water, facial back rub, and your decision of cream, oil, or serum get things moving by plumping up lines, polishing away drops, and hydrating dry or postmenopausal skin. This implies definitely no holes between purging, saturating, and applying makeup.

Below are some simple makeup tips, you can try 😉

Use Cleansing

makeup tips

Oily skin needs cleansing on daily basis. Hot water and soap are better which can decrease the production of oil from glands. Gels and foaming cleansing are also a good way to keep oily skin safe. Beauticians and skin care specialists recommend cleansing as the best Simple makeup tips for oily skin.

Regular and daily-based use of cleansing ways and ideas has high effects on skin and beauty. Morning, night, and between the day, any time it can be used, it is better if applies two or three times a day.

Apply Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera

Aloe Vera is a safe and low-cost beauty tip for oily skins. It can be used two or three times a day on oily skin. Apply thoroughly to the face and let it dry. Clean with cloth or water and enjoy the new touch of beauty.

Apply Weekly Face Masks

Face Masks

  • Use a weekly face mask tip for oily skins. Different things are used for face masks like banana, kaolin, and Bentonite clay, sandalwood and Fuller’s earth, ripe papaya and lemon, apple and honey, etc.
  • A mixture of ripe papaya and half lemon can be applied for 15-20 minutes.
  • The mixture of fresh apple slices after peeling and two spoons of honey can also be used as a face mask. Applying time is the same as above.
  • Fresh and ripe mango is another natural and useful fruit to mask your oily skin. It can be used for 10 -15 minutes which cleans the impurities from the face.
  • Egg yolk face pack can be used for oily skins. It clears and cleans the oily skin and makes it beautiful.

For Papaya and banana face mask, read the posts below-

6 Perfect Papaya Face Mask For Smooth And Glowing Skin

How Banana Hair Mask Can Increase Your Hair Growth

Wear Sunscreens


Use sunscreens for the safety and beauty of oily skins. Creams, powders, lotions, dryers, and some special oil-free sunshine-blocking verified products can be used.

Some more makeup and beauty tips for oily skin

  • Wash your face regularly
  • Clean with soft tissue paper, towel, or cloth
  • Apply good quality powder on faces
  • Lemon juices, oranges, and vitamin “C” containing products
  • Use green vegetables, fruits, and protein-containing products
  • Drink 10-15 glasses of fresh water on a daily basis
  • Not to take high use of fat-containing products
  • Don’t use regularly soft drinks, beverages, alcoholic drinks, and chocolate
  • Don’t use a high amount of sugar, fluids, and salts

These were some home-based and beauty salon suggested simple makeup tips for oily skin. Through these beauty steps and ideas, oily skin can be converted into attractive and fresh beautiful skin. Creams, lotions, talcum powders, gels, and other suggested products should be used after complete brand and quality satisfaction. Some cheap and low-quality products can harm your skin and beauty.

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I'm a 23 years professional who works in Delhi. I'm not in the beauty industry, I'm not a make-up artist, I'm just passionately interested in all things cosmetic and beauty-related. It’s just my love of cosmetics that started at a very young age.

I tend to like the smaller, less well-known brands. As it can be very difficult to find consumer reviews (and sometimes any reviews at all) of these lines, I started my blog as a way to provide information and swatches for similar lovers of the beauty esoteric. I buy a lot of beauty stuff, which is where the majority of my posts come from; stuff I've bought and like, don't like, or things I'm interested in.

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