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    If youíre prone to scarring and hyperpigmentation, you must use a primer that contains SPF, like MACís Prep + Prime. Any sun exposure, even on cloudy days, can make dark spots take even longer to fade. A green color-correcting primer (Make Up For Everís is my favorite) can also help combat excess redness and light hyperpigmentation.

  2. #12


    Maybelline Dream Matte is the always best and suitable to my skin. I have also used the Lakme is the good for oily skin.

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    You can try new Revlon insta foundation to get rid of acne problems and also check the given link for natural acne treatment and makeup tips.

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    **Emma Ackermann** Male

    Join Date
    Mar 2018


    Neutrogena Skin Clearing Liquid Foundation is the best to create natural look and to avoid acne. It also works good on sensitive skin.

  5. #15


    I just moved from Europe to Australia and it is so difficult for me to integrate here into society. I have problematic oily skin, acne, and scars and even have complexes to go to school, so before that, i was even studying at home with teachers and still do it with a Maths tutor twice a week on Ezy Math tutoring service. Now I can't survive without makeup and especially without foundation, I really love korean cosmetics, bb cream, foundation and I use masks twice a week.

  6. #16
    **Ms Pink** Female

    Join Date
    Nov 2017


    The topic is familiar.
    Anyway, im using Dior extreme control. Suitable for oily/combination skin.
    So far so good for me. coverage is good and wont clog pores

  7. #17
    **Ms Pink** Female

    Join Date
    Nov 2017


    Dior Extreme Control is good - I find it good for oily to combination skin type. It provides good coverage and doesn't feel so thick.

    Try doing a mask (ie ,clay mask or kose black mask) before you put on make up - it helps to clear the skin and definitely looks more radiant.

    For myself, if i have a very important event to attend, i will do a facial so my skin is clearer and putting on make up will not look so 'cakey'.

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    **Illeana Fernandes** Female

    Join Date
    Sep 2018


    Look for products that don't clog your pores. Here are some of the recommendations - Neutrogena SkinClearing Complexion Perfector,Cover FX Mattifying Primer With Anti-Acne Treatment, Clinique Anti-Blemish Solutions Liquid Makeup.

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    **Marie Miguel** Female

    Join Date
    Oct 2017


    here are some that you could try:
    Neutrogena skin clearing Oil-Free Makeup
    Burtís Bees Goodness Glows Liquid Makeup
    Oxygenetix Oxygenating Foundation
    Wander Beauty Wanderlust Powder Foundation
    Lorac Porefection Foundation

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