The Best Foundation Based on Your Skin Type
Foundation is a basic makeup. It’s one of the first products we apply to make sure that the next product we put on our face will blend. However, not all foundation is the same.
There are diverse types of skin and not all foundation products match with them. So, we rounded up the best foundation products based on different skin types: Dry, Oily, Sensitive, and Aging.
Check them out and discover which one will suit you!
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Dry skin means your skin feels tight and produces little to no oil.
An oil-free, long-wearing liquid foundation with a blendable, fresh texture that leaves a natural-looking, velvety-matte finish for up to 24 hours.
A one-step powder and foundation that gives your skin a smooth, flawless, matte finish.
When your skin is oily, it’s shiny and prone to produce excess oil.
Highly pigmented and perfectly balanced, this breakthrough formula builds and blends effortlessly with just one drop. It features advanced flexible polymers that move with your skin, providing extraordinary breathability and comfort.
A foundation infused with skin care essence to provide long-wear sophistication with the perfection of a semi-matte finish.
If you have sensitive skin, it becomes easily inflamed or irritated.
This breakthrough liquid powder foundation absorbs oil, camouflages imperfections and delivers a long-lasting, velvet matte finish to your skin.
It provides exceptional coverage of any distraction, including redness and brown spots. Made from micronized minerals, the powder is weightless and free of synthetic chemicals and oil.
For aging skin, it lacks moisture and firmness, and may have wrinkles or dark spots.
Guerlain’s 16-hour longwear Tenue de Perfection Foundation SPF 20 is an advanced formula that provides ultimate coverage and comfort. Its velvety-smooth texture allows it to blend seamlessly, minimizing the appearance of imperfections.
A high-performance foundation with an ultrafine, silky-soft texture that glides on wet or dry.
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