The PUR Makeup Product You Should Use, Based On Your Skin Type
From normal to dry, oily, combination and sensitive, each and every one of us falls into a skin category.
Depending on the skin type you have, there are certain products you should use and avoid—especially when it comes to makeup! If you've ever noticed certain products leave you feeling extra dry, splotchy or even oily, you might want to consider changing it up. That's why we spoke with Jamie Greenberg, a celebrity makeup artist who knows all of the tips and tricks! Continue below to find out what she had to say about the types of makeup products from PUR Cosmetics you should use, based on your skin type.
Sweety High: What makeup product should someone with normal skin use?
Jamie Greenberg: The key here is to minimize your routine with as little as possible. Use a multi-use product such as PUR's 4-in-1 Concealer ($22) and spot treat with a beauty blender to make it look like real skin.
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SH: What makeup product should someone with dry skin use?
JG: I would recommend using hydrating products that really work to liven up dull and tired skin. One of my go-to combos for this skin type is PUR's 4-in-1 Correcting Primer Energize and Rescue ($33) and their 4-in-1 Foundation Stick ($34), which contains squalane to help balance and moisturize skin.
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SH: What makeup product should someone with oily skin use?
JG: With oily skin, you want a good powder that will absorb any excess oil without completely drying you out or clumping up. I love the PUR 4-in-1 Pressed Powder Foundation ($29.50)—it absorbs and makes the skin look super healthy with its skincare-infused formula.
SH: What makeup product should someone with combination skin use?
JG: When you have combo skin, you really can use anything since different parts of your skin/face have different needs, but I love a good lightweight, Matte Bronzer ($26) that leaves the skin looking glowy/fresh, but still super breathable.
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SH: What makeup product should someone with sensitive skin use?
JG: Less is more for people with sensitive skin, but definitely try to go for products with cleaner, simpler ingredients. Also looking for antioxidant-boosted products can help combat any potential inflammation your sensitive skin may have. A good Setting Spray ($24) always does the trick and reapplication through the day can help keep your skin at its ultimate freshness.
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