This is mainly for people mainly searching for a make up routine that provides full coverage without looking full coverage. I LOVE makeup and have done for years and if this helps one person feel a little more confident then yay.
Overall, I would say I have sensitive skin that when not on prescriptions is combination. Oily T-Zone and dry cheeks.
I have been using these products for years without any breakouts from it alone. Some of the products used are known to break SOME people out but it never will break EVERYONE out so give it a go if you likem So here we go.
First off I moisturise with Olay Sensitive Day Fluid which has an SPF of 30. I would then do my eye make up.
Then I apply Clean & Clear Dual Action moisturiser, i dont know why but 2 moisturisers under make up seems to work better for me.
Now make up....
- MUA pro base primer
- Revlon colorstay Foundation (in oily/combo formula). I like the coverage and if you moisturise generously I find I never get caked, although with this formula it drys realllly fast so you need to work fast. I apply with clean fingers because its the best tool ever and its free.
- Rimmel Hide The Blemish concealer for pimples. Yes I know stick concealers are the devil for a lot of people but I think its really creamy, does the job and I have used it for 10 years and its never caused a breakout.
- Collection liquid concealer for PIH and under eyes. This is amazing and I only found out its existance thanks to Em Ford the beauty blogger who, like us all, has acne.
-Maybelline Matte Maker pressed powder. This is the least comegenic pressed powder I have ever used and it makes my face feel silky smooth. It also has the least 'bad' ingredients in a powder found in the drugstore I have seen. I used to be a Rimmel Stay Matte praiser but its just too cakey for me using Differin. If dry skin isnt an issue for you then give Rimmel a try too!
I have attached a pic of me with all of this on. I honestly feel confident wearing these products and people sometimes can never tell I have acne!
If you prefer a lighter coverage I sing the praises of Rimmels BB cream! I havent used it long enough to say it doesnt break me out for so far so good. Its soft, light and has awesome coverage for what it is!