Anonymous asked: Hey, I have a makeup request! Another Emilia Clarke look :) it's at the game of thrones premiere, where she's wearing a blue dress and her hair is tucked behind her ears :)
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Anonymous asked: Can you give a step-by-step for makeup for those who have extremely oily skin, complete with primers and foundation /powder? Is it better to apply foundation with fingers for those with super oily skin? Love love love your blog xx
Moisturizer: Apply The Body Shop Seaweed Mattifying Day Cream and let it sink in.
Primer: Pat and press, not rub, Rimmel Stay Matte onto your skin, focusing on the t-zone.
Foundation: Apply Covergirl 3-in-1, or Estee Lauder Double Wear. I haven’t found that applying it one way is better for oily skin. It really depends on the foundation. Either of these can be applied with your hands, but I find it messy. I like using my Real Techniques Expert Face Brush to apply foundation. With oily skin, less foundation is more, so only apply what you need.
Concealer: (if needed) Maybelline Dark Circle Eraser doesn’t crease under my eyes. Make Up For Ever Full Cover Concealer, which I use for blemishes, doesn’t budge at all throughout the day.
Powder: Sometimes I even use two powders. I’ll apply a loose powder, which absorbs the most oil, like NYX Set It and Don’t Fret It, with a fluffy brush all over the skin. Then, take a pressed powder on a powder puff, like NYX Blotting Powder, and press this onto your t-zone. The blotting powder is really good for touching up, along with oil-blotting sheets.
Thank you dear! I hope this helps you!